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    The Brexit Party

    Jesus Christ! Whites are merely 10% of the world population! I thought you Lefty nutjobs favoured minorities, ffs. It is a fact that Hubert had plenty of time to sort out his citizenship and it has nothing to do with the colour of his skin.
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    Rain Forest

    My first environmental policy would be nuclear, as in more Sizewells -- Hugely costly, but clean, more efficient and less costly in the long run than ugly, wildlife killing turbines and fields of solar panels that will never provide enough electricity and take up too much space both at sea and on land. That is my starter for ten -- I'll post further sensible ideas when I feel inclined. In the meantime, I'm off to bed minus hot cocoa and a hot-water bottle in order to save Christmas Island.
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    The Brexit Party

    That poll predates the Farage announcement, cod-lips. Nobody really knows anything until Curtice tells us how we've all voted at 10pm on Dec 12 - and maybe not even then. I'm quietly confident mind
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    The Brexit Party

    What!! That can't be true! 17.4 million people who voted to leave the EU have since died surely
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    The Brexit Party

    Ah, let's remind ourselves once again of the lying, unelected Gina Miller, who fronts for rich Europhiles On Sky News this afternoon, Gina Miller and Adam Boulton slipped up, erroneously claiming that the Conservative Party Manifesto did not say that “no deal is better than a bad deal.” AB: None of those manifestos said leaving without a deal, which is what this issue is about TH: The Conservatiove Party Manifesto said that No Deal was better than a Bad Deal, clearly. GM: The manifesto didn’t say that AB: The manifesto didn’t But it literally did in black and white on page 36… Miller then went on to claim that she is not running anti-Brexit campaigns, asserting she’s not an anti-Brexit activist. It must have just been purely coincidental that she found herself… Founding anti-Brexit campaign Best for Britain Campaiging with anti-Brexit Liberal Democrat and Labour politicians Working with Euro-federalist campaign group European Movement to advocate the People’s Vote march. Marching for a ‘People’s Vote‘ alongside anti-Brexit MPs Caroline Lucas, Stephen Doughty, Vince Cable, and Peter Kyle. Speaking at Lib Dem Party Conference 2018 Speaking at a People’s Vote rally Founding anti-Brexit campaign ‘End the Chaos‘, which argues for a second referendum. Founding anti Brexit campaign ‘Lead not Leave‘ Threatening Boris Johnson with legal action if he tries to stick to his manifesto commitment that No Deal is better than a bad deal. Not that Sky’s Boulton challenged her on any of that… July 18, 2019 at 2:55 pm
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    The Brexit Party

    It was a difficult decision for Sir Nigel, but it was the correct one and once again he has proven to be the only politician to play with a straight bat. Farage has invested most of the last 25 years trying to get the UK out of the EU -- He's not alone -- Many of us like he knows the only way out is on the back of the Tories, possibly with the 'help' of half a dozen Brexit Party MPs. This is not an election that can be fought again in 5 years time.
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    The Brexit Party

    The Lib Dems’ Putney Candidate is proudly claiming she “led the campaign to ban landmines in South Africa, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize”. Impressive achievement… The odd grammar gives the game away, however. Sue Wixley did not win the Nobel Peace Prize – nor did the campaign to ban landmines in South Africa The 1997 peace prize was split between Jody Williams and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines was itself made up of multiple national campaigns, including Afghanistan, Cambodia, Kenya and South Africa – the latter of which Sue co-founded whilst working at Oxfam in Johannesburg. It is a bit of stretch to claim she won the Nobel Peace Prize, and worse than misleading bar charts… November 12, 2019 at 1:24 pm
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    The Brexit Party

    'Whoever takes over from Cameron will be pitched straight into one of the most demanding jobs in the world, at a pivotal moment in our nation’s history, and will face massive challenges. So we do not have the luxury, as we had in opposition, of choosing someone young, fresh and inexperienced. This really is no time for a novice. We need to elect someone who has deep experience of leadership and can cope with the relentless pressure and exposure of a top-flight political job. The intemperate and often unpleasant nature of the referendum campaign has highlighted divisions in society, between classes, generations and different parts of the country. 48 per cent of the country voted to stay in the European Union and many of them are feeling bruised, frightened and rejected. If we are not very careful, the process of implementing the people’s decision will exacerbate those divisions and risk splitting the country apart. So we need to elect someone who is a natural unifier, and consensus builder, a fully paid-up member of the human race, who doesn’t just spout the rhetoric of One Nation, but lives and breathes an approach to politics that is warm, generous, open and inclusive. Finally, as members of the most successful political party anywhere in the world, we must not neglect the important matter of winning elections. In time, our new leader may feel the need to secure a renewed mandate from the British people and return to Parliament with a clear majority committed to implementing the people’s decision. Yesterday’s developments suggest we could face a new and more credible Labour leader when this happens. So we must choose a standard-bearer who can appeal to voters of all ages, races, backgrounds in every part of the count – someone who can reach the parts of Britain that other Conservatives find hard to reach. It is these four conditions that have led me to conclude that we should elect Boris Johnson as our next leader and Prime Minister. I have worked closely with Johnson as his chief of staff when he was first elected Mayor of London. We have had well-advertised differences in the past. But he is a modern, liberal Tory, who won two elections in a city that is naturally Labour, who has grown immensely in stature and maturity in his eight years as Mayor, and who will lead the country with the same humanity and sense of fairness that he brought to the leadership of our capital city. Many of my closest friends in politics, people who fought alongside me in successive battles to modernise our party, and win back the trust of the British people, people who shared my feelings of dismay at the result of the referendum and the resignation of a leader we believed in, will struggle with the choice I am recommending. I understand completely where they are coming from. But I am going to spend the next three months doing my best to explain to them, as the spirit of my late father explained to me, why the national interest must come first and why, in the national interest, we must elect Johnson. By Nick Boles MP
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    Rain Forest

    Pretty cold lately innit...
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    The Brexit Party

    Was it a Trump/Farage/Putin/Russia induced cyber-attack or could it be that a last-minute scramble overwhelmed Labour’s servers because today was the deadline for Labour CLPs to get their Freepost printing done?
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    The Brexit Party

    Certainly does... This thread has got even more kindergarten like since Sir Nigel's announcement yesterday -- They know they're toast
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    President Trump

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    The Brexit Party

    Erm, who dominated the 2019 European elections? Who won the last GE? Who won the EU referendum? Who won the 2010 GE? Right for once?
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    The Brexit Party

    Yes, I agree, Hermione is totally clueless I thought he was on your side and vice versa?
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    The Brexit Party

    Anyone but Liebour, Limp-Dums or the Greenies. As per I will also be voting on behalf of a decent number of elderly residents in my care homes
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    The Brexit Party

    You're a Labour man, Billock.. You have absolutely nothing to laugh about
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    The Brexit Party

    Good God, Purple, it's a good thing I'm here to put people straight Around 70 Remainiac MPs have already stepped down and most still in their Parties will be deselected or get the boot --- The next government will be majority Brexiteer allowing Boris to radically revise the WA or scrap it altogether. You're welcome
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    The Brexit Party

    Some of the contributions over at the Guardian are properly demented Others are absolutely seething I think they’ve just worked out that Remain is now a lost cause
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    The Brexit Party

    Received the following from Sir Nigel via email half an hour ago, Winkerton: "Let me explain how we came to this difficult decision. When Boris Johnson came back with his new EU Treaty, I made no secret of my concerns. Two aspects, in particular, stood out. First, it did not ‘get Brexit done’ – it would mean at least another three years of agonising negotiations in which EU negotiator Monsieur Barnier would have the upper hand. And second, the Treaty meant we were committing ourselves to regulatory and political alignment with EU rules on everything from our fishing to our financial services. That’s why last week we signed 600 Brexit Party candidate nomination forms because I felt that in a democracy everybody deserves a genuine choice. Last night, however, I heard something from Boris Johnson that at last made me feel more optimistic. In a video, the Prime Minister said that he would not extend the Transition Period beyond the end of 2020 – a huge challenge to Barnier and Juncker. Even more importantly, Boris said that he would seek a ‘super Canada-plus’ free trade deal with the EU, with no political alignment. That is a significant step in the right direction. It starts to look more like the Brexit that 17.4m of us voted for. So, we have decided to give Boris half a chance, and focus on taking the fight to Labour in their Brexit heartlands. It was The Brexit Party that beat Labour here in the May European elections – and we can, with your help, do it again. There are millions of traditional Labour voters waiting for a party that is on their side, that believes in bringing more money and jobs back to the regions, that says we need sensible immigration controls. These are messages that will resonate hard in those Labour Leave areas. How do we hold Boris to his promises? We have to start winning some of those Labour seats, by making Corbyn’s Labour pay for their betrayal of Brexit. Getting MPs into Parliament is the way we can hold Mr Johnson to account. We cannot win those seats without your help. I have no great love for the Conservative Party. But I see stopping the Remainers and their rigged second referendum as the biggest issue facing our country. Our actions today have stopped the Remain alliance in its tracks."
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    The Brexit Party

    I'd rather give you a couple of my brain cells
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    The Brexit Party

    Well, we have Hermione a couple of pages back saying us Brexiteers have been wrong time and again and that we've lied throughout this whole debacle -- That's an extraordinarily strange claim considering it's Brexiteers who have constantly refuted Remainiac, Project Fear fabrication
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    The Brexit Party

    Now that you won't be getting any of Labours freebies from the Magic Money Tree I think you should consider looking after your finances rather than giving me a portion of your minimum wage
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