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Countdown to Brexit - 4.5 months
•REC⁴
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Post: #331
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
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Post: #332
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UKIP AM Caroline Jones quits party over 'far-right move'

A former leader of the UKIP group in the Welsh Assembly has resigned from the party.

Caroline Jones claimed UKIP leader Gerard Batten was alienating his members by moving the party to the far right.

The AM for South Wales West, who will now sit as an independent, said UKIP was taking "a direction that I'm not comfortable with".


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-45485926
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Post: #333
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
The Obamanation  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:21 PM)
The EU is going to admit Serbia?

Jptdknpa

Apparently the Europeans haven't had enough muslim immigrants!

I hope Britain does get the hell out. I would want to leave too!

I hope Poland leaves next. This is absurd. Maybe it will start a domino effect.

thought serbia was eastern orthodox an kosovo muslim
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Post: #334
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Labour to vote against Brexit deal, Emily Thornberry says

The UK’s opposition Labour party is set to vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal, according to one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most senior colleagues, who predicts that the lack of a viable exit from the EU would lead to the prime minister being forced from office before Christmas.

Emily Thornberry, shadow foreign secretary, told the Financial Times that a workable deal was “just not going to happen” under Mrs May. She said there would need to be a general election within months given the likelihood that the prime minister would be defeated on the crucial vote on any Brexit deal.

https://www.ft.com/content/31653510-b6a6...9c8613f4a1
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (09-14-2018 02:25 PM)
Labour to vote against Brexit deal, Emily Thornberry says

The UK’s opposition Labour party is set to vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal, according to one of Jeremy Corbyn’s most senior colleagues, who predicts that the lack of a viable exit from the EU would lead to the prime minister being forced from office before Christmas.

Emily Thornberry, shadow foreign secretary, told the Financial Times that a workable deal was “just not going to happen” under Mrs May. She said there would need to be a general election within months given the likelihood that the prime minister would be defeated on the crucial vote on any Brexit deal.

https://www.ft.com/content/31653510-b6a6...9c8613f4a1

But, But, Labour are anti semites so their views are no longer of any importance or relevance...

im only repeating the majority view of the labour party of late....they are finished now unless they become more conservative and centre right like they were when Blair was running that joke of a party.

Everything I've ever told you, including this, is a lie.
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Post: #336
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Here Rec..

i know we probably differ massively on politics but i respect your views as i always do others.

Nobody knows who is right or wrong on any particular point when it comes to the subject of Brexit...I just know its best to be in control of ones own goverment. to a certain extent.

However if you have 28mins of spare time please watch this video of a Scottish UKIP MEP...

He echos exactly all my points why the UK must get out of the EU ASAP...I dont do Socialism because i have looked into it and it always turns into Facism of the State whereby big buiseness and Government interlock to push out entrprenurism just to hold control....Europe means less freedom of speech...less freedom of the use of cash...Less of everything just so little loser lefty type folk can feel all safe and snuggly living off my Taxes...

Im suppose im of the Right wing if the truth be told on many issues and bloody proud that i work for myself and provide for my family..Im just good at it.

I dont mind a few rules but i despise the European Union for good reasons and this Guy goes a fair way to speaking my truths as to what i see is the major issue with that non tax paying super statist Club, The E.U.

OMG, that Common Core, agenda 21 nonsense he speaks about is real.... I now beleive anyone found dealing in "Common Core/Common Purpose or agenda 21" is an enemy of the state and needs to be imprisoned for at least 15 years minimum in solitary with mild face punches between meals.

Aaaaaaaaaaanyway..!

Check this out and get back to me as to why this guy would be telling Porkies if you can..?




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I suffer with an eye complaint and its really a bit*h at the moment.

I can only manage a few lines of texts.
So I am not able to post a decent reply.

I see the doctor on Monday. Cheers
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (09-14-2018 07:23 PM)
I suffer with an eye complaint and its really a bit*h at the moment.

I can only manage a few lines of texts.
So I am not able to post a decent reply.

I see the doctor on Monday. Cheers

I’m sorry to hear about that mate....Eyes are dodgy old things....Me and Mrs
Pinguu were up at Moorfields in London when a contact lens got infected in her eye while we were on our Hols.

Long story short she was in mega pain for about 2 months till it cleared up with the drops....She lost 20% vision in that eye...

So my heart goes out to you right now....Hope all goes well Monday and the weekend isn’t too painful...

Everything I've ever told you, including this, is a lie.
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Post: #339
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
Pinguu  Wrote: (09-14-2018 07:58 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (09-14-2018 07:23 PM)
I suffer with an eye complaint and its really a bit*h at the moment.

I can only manage a few lines of texts.
So I am not able to post a decent reply.

I see the doctor on Monday. Cheers

I’m sorry to hear about that mate....Eyes are dodgy old things....Me and Mrs
Pinguu were up at Moorfields in London when a contact lens got infected in her eye while we were on our Hols.

Long story short she was in mega pain for about 2 months till it cleared up with the drops....She lost 20% vision in that eye...

So my heart goes out to you right now....Hope all goes well Monday and the weekend isn’t too painful...

Seriously though Rec if it gets worse go straight up to your local Hospital A&E it isn’t worth taking any chances....Eyes can get bad really fast...

If you need instant medication go up to Boots the chemist and they have to give you anti biotic drops even though they won’t want to....They do have to if it’s a bad infection..

Good luck..

Everything I've ever told you, including this, is a lie.
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Post: #340
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I've had problems for years.
But I cant put it off any longer as it feels like I've been punched in the face for about a month now.



I dont believe them.
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Almost half of voters say they would vote for new party in election

Just over a third (35%) also say they felt unrepresented by the existing main parties on offer, according to the latest Opinium poll.

It suggests there is appetite for a new party, with both Labour and the Tories suffering from long-running internal strife.

Asked to imagine that a new centre-ground party formed tomorrow, two in five voters (42%) said that they would be likely to vote for it in a future general election.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/201...n-election
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Post: #341
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I've been referred on to someone else.
So all I can do is manage the pain myself. ;/
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Teens who can now vote overwhelmingly back staying in EU

The YouGov survey found that 84 per cent of 18, 19 and 20-year-olds — too young to take part in the June 2016 referendum — support remaining in the European Union, with just 16 per cent opting for Leave.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics...37811.html
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Post: #342
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There is no support in the country for her Chequers deal or for no deal, so this is what the British people will get against their wishes.
This isnt even remotely democracy.
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Theresa May says it's Chequers or no deal

Theresa May has told the BBC that MPs will have a choice between her proposed deal with the EU - or no deal at all.

Speaking to Panorama, Mrs May said that if Parliament does not ratify the Chequers plan "I think that the alternative to that will be having no deal".

BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said Theresa May calculated that faced with a "binary choice" of the Chequers deal or no deal, Brexiteers would not have the "chutzpah to say 'no way'" and Remainers would decide that carrying on fighting the plan would be too risky.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45543609
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New poll shows dismal level of support for Theresa May's Chequers proposals

The Government’s official blueprint for Brexit has the support of just 9% of people, according to a new poll by Survation.

Asked what their preferred Brexit deal would be, only 9% of people chose the Chequers deal.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/brexit-new-po...42825.html


9% of people support Chequers.
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Post: #344
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Europe Elects
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Poland, Millward Brown poll:

EU membership ref

Remain: 89% (+1)
Leave: 11% (-1)
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Post: #345
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James Mates
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Theresa May clearly shaken by the unequivocal rejection of her Chequers plan here in Salzburg At her press conference she seemed angry, and talked repeatedly about UK readiness for 'No Deal'.


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