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1 minute ago, ricardo said:

Ecstatic, but i did hide behind the sofa for the last few minutes๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜‰

Did you get any odds on Revoke ?

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4 minutes ago, Yellow Fever said:

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Did you get any odds on Revoke ?

You can get 7-2 if you fancy it.

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On 17/10/2019 at 11:05, ricardo said:

Good to see all the Remainers accepting the result and looking at all the positives๐Ÿ‘

๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿท๐ŸŽถ

ah yes

322 against 306

enought to have the bigots walk out of the chamber

sore losers........which you would have thought you lot had got used to by now :classic_laugh:

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Evening standard reports Delia put some money towards hiring coaches to help transport people down to the march today. I hope that a few quid of that came from Mad Moyโ€™s season ticketย ๐Ÿ‘

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4 hours ago, paul moy said:

If they vote it down then it's No Deal as the EU have stated no extension.ย 

no that's just another one of your lies

" The EU will grant a further Brexit delay beyond 31 October if a letter of request is received from Boris Johnson, but the bloc will not make the first move, senior officials in Brussels have said. " ย  Sat 19 Oct 2019 18.25 pm

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Aside from their stupidity which is usually a source of great amusement for the rest of us, there is still that real concern that that very stpupidity poses a dangerous threat to our democratic way of life

Today we saw an attempt (that would cement Britainโ€™s fate for decades to come)insultingly put to parliament without time for scrutiny, with no Treasury economic impact assessment, and its 553-page legal text only handed to MPs in the morning as the debate begant.

Imagine a trial of a relative or friend being bulldozed through in the some fashion. And yet not only have we not heard any protest fom he bigot side of the argument but we have witnessed actual support for it.

No grasp of the implications, which are frightening enough as it stands but the notion that there would be nothing to ensure what was voted on today would be kept to either.

And they bleat about democracy. One that woud not be accountable nor transparent were this to happen.

Worrying echoes of the past. Fill the heads of the ignorant with conjured up threats and 'bogeymen' so much that they will not pay any heed to what is being enacted as long as it removes those 'dangers'

Yet they tell us they would not be so stupid as to fall for something so obvious this time around - read this thread is my suggestion

Read this thread.

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56 minutes ago, Bill said:

no that's just another one of your lies

" The EU will grant a further Brexit delay beyond 31 October if a letter of request is received from Boris Johnson, but the bloc will not make the first move, senior officials in Brussels have said. " ย  Sat 19 Oct 2019 18.25 pm

Junker ruled out an extension and so does Boris.ย  They have a pact to get this deal through ...... tick tock

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36 minutes ago, Bill said:

Aside from their stupidity which is usually a source of great amusement for the rest of us, there is still that real concern that that very stpupidity poses a dangerous threat to our democratic way of life

Today we saw an attempt (that would cement Britainโ€™s fate for decades to come)insultingly put to parliament without time for scrutiny, with no Treasury economic impact assessment, and its 553-page legal text only handed to MPs in the morning as the debate begant.

Imagine a trial of a relative or friend being bulldozed through in the some fashion. And yet not only have we not heard any protest fom he bigot side of the argument but we have witnessed actual support for it.

No grasp of the implications, which are frightening enough as it stands but the notion that there would be nothing to ensure what was voted on today would be kept to either.

And they bleat about democracy. One that woud not be accountable nor transparent were this to happen.

Worrying echoes of the past. Fill the heads of the ignorant with conjured up threats and 'bogeymen' so much that they will not pay any heed to what is being enacted as long as it removes those 'dangers'

Yet they tell us they would not be so stupid as to fall for something so obvious this time around - read this thread is my suggestion

Read this thread.

They passed the surrender Act in one day, hypocrite !!!

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2 minutes ago, paul moy said:

Junker ruled out an extension and so does Boris.ย  They have a pact to get this deal through ...... tick tock

Neither of whom have any say in the matter... do keep up

And do stop using hand crank's words

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2 minutes ago, paul moy said:

Junker ruled out an extension and so does Boris.ย  They have a pact to get this deal through ...... tick tock

Clearly you're behind the news, as well as the times.

Boris has confirmed he will send the letter, and officials within the EU have said that the EU will grant it.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/19/eu-will-grant-brexit-extension-if-johnson-sends-letter-says-brussels

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... and France will veto an extension anyway.....

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FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron has joined forces with Boris Johnson in condemning the Letwin amendment that forces the Prime Minister to beg for a Brexit delay by raging an extension is โ€œin nobodyโ€™s interest!โ€.

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so it's Deal or No Deal on Oct 31st... LOL

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1192958/brexit-news-latest-emmanuel-macron-france-boris-Johnson-deal-vote-letwin-amendment

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Just now, kick it off said:

Clearly you're behind the news, as well as the times.

Boris has confirmed he will send the letter, and officials within the EU have said that the EU will grant it.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/oct/19/eu-will-grant-brexit-extension-if-johnson-sends-letter-says-brussels

I posted that up earlier

Johnson is irrelevant in this matter as if he has a tantrum then the court simply appoints someone else to sign and deliver it - and it is accepted that the EU will gant an extension

But Moy or whoever is behind this absurd character akready knows this so just posts up idiotic sheite to get a response

Which does serve a helpful purpose as it allow brexiteer thick stuff to be refuted

Otherwise the question is where now for the bigots ? Bertie's various 'cunning plan' have fallen on their ar se while Remain simply move step by step twards ending this nonsense.

Having strung this out long enough so as to hope to bounce it through parliament without the opportunity of scrutiny, they are rather like a dualler who has fired his pistol before the count of ten and now waits helpless while his opponent deides what to do.

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1 minute ago, Thirsty Lizard said:

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚..........Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the last person left on planet earth who actually believes the Daily Express.ย 

Macron is just one of 27 leaders, and we only need one to veto..... LOL

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3 minutes ago, paul moy said:

... and France will veto an extension anyway..... so it's Deal or No Deal on Oct 31st... LOL

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1192958/brexit-news-latest-emmanuel-macron-france-boris-Johnson-deal-vote-letwin-amendment

Actually the statement said nothing of the sort - it said a delay is "in no-one's interest". It very carefully stopped short of saying it would veto an extension. Solidarity is the fundamental cornerstone of the EU - France may not like it, but they'll tolerate it.

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2 minutes ago, paul moy said:

Macron is just one of 27 leaders, and we only need one to veto..... LOL

See above, the rest will follow Merkel's lead.

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2 minutes ago, Thirsty Lizard said:

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚..........Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the last person left on planet earth who actually believes the Daily Express.ย 

but they are

" raging an extension "

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ps bring back Jools, or even Len ๐Ÿ˜

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Just now, Daz Sparks said:

Se above, the rest will follow Merkel's lead.

Maybe, but maybe not as we will create hell in the EU if it happens.....

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Just now, paul moy said:

Maybe, but maybe not as we will create hell in the EU if it happens.....

Farage and his ilk couldn't start a fire in match factory.

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2 minutes ago, Daz Sparks said:

Se above, the rest will follow Merkel's lead.

This has all been thought through in the summer.

Only nutters like brexiteers imagine that this sort of stuff is dealt with one day at a time

You wll always get politicis making comment for their own interest, constituency,country etc

that's how it works

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Hell with what? Farage's brexit march managed about 15 pensioners, and hundreds of thousands of pro-remain protesters today were met with the fury of.... 27 people who have been practicing their vitriolic assault by shouting at pigeons.

You can't even muster triple digits of people who support brexit to gather together, let alone cause civil unrest.

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20 minutes ago, paul moy said:

Maybe, but maybe not as we will create hell in the EU if it happens.....

I thought you were certain a few minutes back

why not log out and let RTB have a go

or is he still stuck on the A11 back from B'mouth... we'll all be glad when it becomes a dual carriage way ๐Ÿ˜‹

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He may find himself in jail if he doesn't too... will be tough to have any political future after that ๐Ÿ™‚

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3 minutes ago, kick it off said:

Hell with what? Farage's brexit march managed about 15 pensioners, and hundreds of thousands of pro-remain protesters today were met with the fury of.... 27 people who have been practicing their vitriolic assault by shouting at pigeons.

You can't even muster triple digits of people who support brexit to gather together, let alone cause civil unrest.

even ukip are finished as they have fallen out again - appears they tried to all get in the meeting place at once

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and ended up all falling out of the phone box together ๐Ÿคฃ

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24 minutes ago, Surfer said:

He may find himself in jail if he doesn't too... will be tough to have any political future after that ๐Ÿ™‚

will that mean we'll see dozens of drunken thickos attacking the police in the streets demanding a free Boris Johnson ?

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ps where is 'my little fascist', he seems to have kept his head down since he has been outside ?

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Bluster meets reality; maybe jail was not an appetizing thought; orย his personal interests are all that matters.ย 

"ย Boris Johnson has confirmed in a phone call with the European council president Donald Tusk that he is sending a letter requesting a further Brexit delay beyond 31 October. "ย 

I wonder if Cummings has another "cunning plan", likeย to send the above letter on November 1st?

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