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|Map of Brexit Britain and Ireland|
at 18:56 13 Dec 2018
Leanne asks is this what Wales wants ?
She then gets a reply what would be best for our future.
Wales first and last [and best] colony of the Empire.
|English governed UK|
at 18:35 13 Dec 2018
English governed UK equals :- foodbanks, child poverty, austerity, low pay and zero hour contracts.
Wales would be better off running her own affairs.
at 12:56 12 Dec 2018
If May wins [and its the probable outcome per the odds] she will be emboldened to carry on with her attitude of a bad deal is better than a no deal having originally said the opposite that a “No deal is better than a bad deal”.
If May loses [or resigns due to the amount of votes against her] then she might be replaced by somebody on the ultra right wing of the party - God help the needy and less well off in society then as things might get even worse for them.
Taking the likely May wins scenario then when Brexit finally comes before Parliament Mays chances of getting it through will be increased [possibly not a favourites chance] but an increased chance of getting it through as some of the rebels in her party might think most of the party support her now as proved by the vote [if she wins] and they might feel they would be isolating themselves and they would possibly be smaller in number than if the Brexit vote had taken place in Parliament when it was due to have taken place.
Corbyn is doing more to help May by not looking to challenge her and not even taking her to task on Brexit [underling he has the same Brexit policy as her] than some people in Mays own party.
If people thought Blair was a huge Tory [and he was imo] then Corbyn is proving to be the same.
Labour as I have been saying for decades are traitors to the working class and poor, calling them Red Tories is too kind, traitors to the working class is more apt, at least the Conservatives who are worse to my mind overall than Labour are true to their survival of the fittest mindset, what excuse do the Red Tories have ?, self interest I would say.
|Labour have blown it.|
at 10:36 12 Dec 2018
Liz Saville Roberts [Plaid], Vince Cable [Lib-Dem], Caroline Lucas [Green] and Ian Blackford [SNP] as leading figures in Westminster within their parties all signed a letter sent to Corbyn urging Labour to call a vote of no confidence in the Government, they had a press conference yesterday and were even joined by Labours Dame Margaret Beckett and Conservative MP Anna Soubry in backing the call.
Right wing puppet of Teresa May's Government Jeremy Corbyn backed by trade union leader Len McCluskey has taken no action and now the Tories have called a no confidence vote in Teresa May in which only the Tories get to vote in as opposed to a no confidence vote in the whole Conservative party by the whole of Parliament, true blue Jeremy Corbyn has blown it once again, he missed an open goal the other day when May spoke to the house on the Brexit deal he in the main spoke about other matters not related to Brexit.
The sooner we in Wales breakaway from this buffoonery the better.
|The UK union or the EU ?|
at 17:52 5 Dec 2018
If there is to be a second referendum on Brexit it looks like that the upshot of the vote will be to determine whether the UK says together or not.
A second leave vote will mean an end to the UK in the short term whereas a remain vote will keep the UK intact for the medium term.
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