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Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴
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Post: #226
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
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We seem to have lost all our allies.
How careless.
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Post: #227
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Paddy Ashdown
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1 hour ago

Now we are an object of derision from friends in Europe &, while our PM simpers obeisance, vulgarly insulted by a US President. It breaks my heart.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ
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07-13-2018 11:48 AM

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Post: #228
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-13-2018 11:20 AM)
Paddy Ashdown
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1 hour ago

Now we are an object of derision from friends in Europe &, while our PM simpers obeisance, vulgarly insulted by a US President. It breaks my heart.

as it does mine.. but it will pass eventually one way or the other.

There will be such a worldwide revelation at how humans have been played by the dregs of an age that should dissolved into nothingness centuries ago.
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Post: #229
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (07-13-2018 11:48 AM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-13-2018 11:20 AM)
Paddy Ashdown
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1 hour ago

Now we are an object of derision from friends in Europe &, while our PM simpers obeisance, vulgarly insulted by a US President. It breaks my heart.

as it does mine.. but it will pass eventually one way or the other.

There will be such a worldwide revelation at how humans have been played by the dregs of an age that should dissolved into nothingness centuries ago.


It will go the other way.
UK is being torn down by those who claim to be English nationalists.
The US begins the same process.

These things that have taken decades to build, are lost in an instance.
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Post: #230
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Queen Elizabeth Says Bone Spurs Will Prevent Her from Meeting Trump

Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled a scheduled Friday meeting with Donald J. Trump after complaining of a “flare-up of bone spurs,” Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz...ting-trump


I'm a republican (not an American republican). But nice to see if true.
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Post: #231
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The UK needs to give freedom to Scotland and Ireland, do a clean Brexit, and stand on it's own. It needs to send the murderous immigrants home and concentrate on it's own business. And Rec and the AC need to get a conscience and give up supporting the communist globalist totalitarian UN and Soros money.

“The highest activity a human being can attain is learning for understanding, because to understand is to be free.” --Baruch Spinoza
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Post: #232
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Uk defeated fascism 70 years ago.
Go home.
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Post: #233
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British authorities confirm Cambridge Analytica systems were accessed in Russia

Potential evidence of a direct link between the company at the heart of the Trump campaign and the Russian government’s disinformation campaign.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018...-analytica



What role did Cambridge Analytica play in the Brexit vote?

https://www.dw.com/en/what-role-did-camb...a-43151460
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Labour takes commanding poll leads as Tory vote slumps

Jeremy Corbyn’s party has taken a commanding five-point lead in the latest DeltapollUK study for The Sun, hitting 42% compared to the Tories’ 37%.

Meanwhile, a separate Opinium poll for the Observer gives Labour a four-point lead, putting them on 40% while the Tories slump to 36%.

The study also reveals that as Conservative support plummeted, Ukip received a five-point boost, taking them from 3% to 8%.


https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/pol...nding-poll
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Post: #235
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UK PM May's spokesman says there is not going to be a second referendum on Brexit under any circumstances.
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Post: #236
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Christopher Wylie
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Here's what we know.

1) Facebook allowed Cambridge Analytica to harvest 87 million profiles.
2) CA hired firm w Russians now indicted by Mueller.
3) CA pitched Facebook data and disinformation to FSB-linked companies. 4) UK authorities confirm CA systems were accessed in Russia.



Maxim Tucker
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17 minutes ago

The more we find out about the activities of Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, the more alarming this story gets. And yet both Washington and London insist we continue living in the reality they helped create... Trump as US President, Brexit in the UK.
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Vote Leave fined and reported to police by Electoral Commission

The commission’s long-awaited report said it had found evidence BeLeave spent more than £675,000 with data firm Aggregate IQ coordinated with Vote Leave, which should have been declared by the Brexit campaign group.

Vote Leave, which was the official designated campaign for Britain leaving the EU during the referendum fronted by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, exceeded its legal spending limit of £7m by almost £500,000, the watchdog found.

Darren Grimes, the founder of BeLeave, and the Vote Leave official David Halsall have been reported to the police.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...ion-brexit


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@theresa_may says 70 "technical notices" for businesses and households will be published in Aug and Sept setting out how we can all prepare for a no-deal Brexit.


^UK headed for either hard brexit or 28 days later.
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Post: #239
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British people would rather stay in the EU than accept a no-deal Brexit

A new poll suggests Remain would defeat no-deal Brexit by 55% to 45% in three-way referendum based on first and second preference.

The three-way vote was proposed this week by former Cabinet minister Justine Greening.

The YouGov poll for the Times found that in a three-way transferable vote — where the public would vote on three outcomes in order of preference — 50% would put their first preference towards remaining, 17% towards leaving with a deal, and 33% towards leaving with no-deal.

After the second preferences of "leave with deal" voters were allocated, the final result handed "remain" a 55% share and "leave with no deal" 45%.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/yougov-pol...xit-2018-7
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-09-2018 03:06 PM)
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%


Support for Theresa May’s Conservatives is plunging

The poll put the Conservatives on 36%, down one point from last week, behind Labour on 41%, up two points.


http://punchng.com/brexit-britons-prefer...oll-finds/


Labour 41%
Cons 36%
Libs 9%
UKIP 7%
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