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Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴
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Post: #211
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
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UK voters losing confidence in PM May's handling of Brexit

Voter approval of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit negotiations has fallen to 29 percent, the lowest level since the poll began in November 2016, according to the ORB International pollster.


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-brita...JZ1FP?il=0
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Post: #212
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Labour has pulled ahead of the Tories in latest polls

Support for Labour is at 40 per cent, a two-point rise in two weeks, with the Conservatives on 38, three points down.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...polls.html


Latest Westminster voting intention

Lab 40%
Con 38%
Libs 10%


Previous
CON 42%
LAB 37%
LIB 9%
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•REC⁴
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Post: #213
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Laura Kuenssberg
‏Verified account @bbclaurak

Boris Johnson was due at Western Balkans summit by now - he hasn't turned up yet.
1:19 PM


They found him.
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Matt Dathan
‏Verified account @matt_dathan

Boris Johnson is currently attending the Government's Cobra meeting on the Amesbury incident, Whitehall source confirms.
1:27 PM
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Post: #214
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Boris Johnson resigns.
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Post: #215
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Europe Elects
‏@EuropeElects
8 hours ago

UK, YouGov poll:
EU membership referendum
Age: 16-26 yrs

Remain: 73%
Leave: 27%



Futures stolen by the old and bigoted.
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Post: #216
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-09-2018 04:04 PM)
Boris Johnson resigns.

“Brexit dream is dying" says Johnson.

The word dream is normally used of something noble, uplifting, idealistic, not this nasty, jingoistic, xenophobic, Farageist Little-Englandism. If ever a squalid, ignoble “dream” deserved to die it is Brexit.
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Post: #217
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
In hindsight, do you think Britain was right or wrong to vote to leave the EU?

4 July 2018
Poll by YouGov

Right 41%
Wrong 46%


https://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/in...ve-the-eu/
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Post: #218
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BBC Breaking News
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32 minutes ago

Conservative party vice chairs Maria Caulfield and Ben Bradley quit over Theresa May's Chequers Brexit plan.
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Post: #219
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Brexit is affecting the UK economy: a decrease in output of approximately £500 million per week.

Higher inflation, lower wages and decreasing output: Brexit is starting to negatively affect the UK economy

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2018/07/10...k-economy/
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Post: #220
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:30 PM)
Brexit is affecting the UK economy: a decrease in output of approximately £500 million per week.

Higher inflation, lower wages and decreasing output: Brexit is starting to negatively affect the UK economy

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2018/07/10...k-economy/

In return we get less east europeans and minor powers for unpopular conservative Government.

Seems like a good deal.
(((sarcasm)))
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Post: #221
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:33 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:30 PM)
Brexit is affecting the UK economy: a decrease in output of approximately £500 million per week.

Higher inflation, lower wages and decreasing output: Brexit is starting to negatively affect the UK economy

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2018/07/10...k-economy/

In return we get less east europeans and minor powers for unpopular conservative Government.

Seems like a good deal.
(((sarcasm)))

hellyeah1

Seriously, if Brexit had any (at least) end-game benefits, it would have been possible by now to create a plan that UK Parliament would support.

The continued impasse of Brexit proves that it has no redeeming features.
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Post: #222
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:47 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:33 PM)
In return we get less east europeans and minor powers for unpopular conservative Government.

Seems like a good deal.
(((sarcasm)))

hellyeah1

Seriously, if Brexit had any (at least) end-game benefits, it would have been possible by now to create a plan that UK Parliament would support.

The continued impasse of Brexit proves that it has no redeeming features.

Economy went up 3% since March.....So its doing us nicely ta very much.

Never believe anything until it has been fully denied.
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Post: #223
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Pinguu  Wrote: (07-10-2018 07:38 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-10-2018 06:47 PM)
hellyeah1

Seriously, if Brexit had any (at least) end-game benefits, it would have been possible by now to create a plan that UK Parliament would support.

The continued impasse of Brexit proves that it has no redeeming features.

Economy went up 3% since March.....So its doing us nicely ta very much.

0.3% Cheers


UK set for weakest year of GDP growth since 2009
https://www.britishchambers.org.uk/news/...since-2009
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Post: #224
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Shahmir Sanni
@shahmiruk
21 minutes ago

This is what I have been saying from the day the story broke. Vote Leave used BeLeave as a way to overspend. Facebook and the ICO have now confirmed this. Number 10 outed me for this. I got fired for this. For literally just telling the truth.

[Image: Dh0ZlZRW4AI7ULn.jpg]


Facebook to be fined £500000 in Cambridge Analytica data scandal
POLITICO.eu-12 hours ago

The companies have denied that they misused people's Facebook data to sway either the Brexit referendum, 2016 U.S. presidential election


https://www.politico.eu/article/facebook...am-brexit/
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Post: #225
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Evan O'Connell
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UK finally publishes Brexit white paper:

UK will formally ask the EU for an “association agreement” including a “free-trade area” for goods, a looser arrangement for financial services, a security partnership and continued membership of many EU agencies.
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