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My bet is you will not see this reply from David Frost in the media it will all be about the EU 

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1/7 I would like to make a few comments and state a few facts, in my capacity as the PM's negotiator in the current and last autumn's talks.
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Protocol on IE/NI is not a threat to the integrity of the UK. We agreed this delicate compromise with @BorisJohnson & his gov in order to protect peace & stability on island of Ireland. We could not have been clearer about the consequences of #Brexit [1/2]
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6/7 The EU's position is that listing is needed for Great Britain only, not Northern Ireland. So if GB were not listed, it would be automatically illegal for NI to import food products from GB.
 
 
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7/7 I hope the EU will yet think better of this. It obviously makes it no easier to negotiate a good free trade agreement and the solid future relationship which we all want.
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Boris getting his head handed to him in the Commons right now.

Miliband points out that the legislation does NOT address the food blockade "issue" that the PM complained about this weekend in the Torygraph and asks him to point out the clause if it in fact does .... crickets.

https://twitter.com/PoliticsJOE_UK/status/1305546881272029188

https://twitter.com/Ed_Miliband/status/1305552766019006469

 

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And let’s just get this straight for a minute, because I think it is important to take a step back, what the prime minister is coming to the house to tell us today is that his flagship achievement, the deal he told us was a triumph, the deal he said, as I said, was oven ready, the deal which he fought and won the general election is now contradictory and ambiguous.

What incompetence. What failure of governance. And how dare he try and blame everyone else.

Can I say to the prime minister, this time he can’t blame [Theresa May], he can’t blame John Major, he can’t blame the judges, he can’t blame the civil servants, he can’t sack the cabinet secretary again.

There’s only one person responsible for it, and that is him. This is his deal, it’s his mess, it’s his failure.

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For the first time in his life it is time to take responsibility, it is time to fess up.

Either he wasn’t straight with the country about the deal in the first place or he didn’t understand it.

Because a competent government would never have entered into a binding agreement with provisions it could not live with.

And if such a government somehow missed the point but woke up later it would have done what any competent business would do after it realised it can’t live with the terms of a contract, it would negotiate a way out in good faith.

And that’s why this is all so unnecessary - because there is a mechanism designed for exactly this purpose in the agreement, the joint committee on the Northern Ireland protocol.

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Labour’s Copy and Paste Attack Lines:

 

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What's the difference between a Labour MP and a supermarket trolley?

A supermarket trolley has a mind of its own 😀

 

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Yawn.... you know when an argument is being lost comprehensively, Jools posts an irrelevant attack. 

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13 minutes ago, BigFish said:

 it would negotiate a way out in good faith.

HA! Just like the EU have negotiated in good faith 🤪

You Remainiacs are mental.

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16 minutes ago, Jools said:

Labour’s Copy and Paste Attack Lines:

 

Labour-MP-Tweets.png?resize=1503%2C1923&

 

 

What's the difference between a Labour MP and a supermarket trolley?

A supermarket trolley has a mind of its own 😀

 

Jools complaining about 'cut and paste' by cutting and pasting from his favourite comedy website.

Then he moves onto a 'joke' about someone not having a mind of their own.

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3 minutes ago, Surfer said:

Yawn.... you know when an argument is being lost comprehensively, Jools posts an irrelevant attack. 

Especially unwise of Jools to make that kind of ‘mindless’ comparison when his only contributions are Brexit screeds that fall apart the moment you actually read them. As with his latest key ‘legal proof’ that the EU has broken the WA which doesn’t even bother to make up a law that the EU has supposedly broken and resorts to petulant and meaningless assertion..

What the complaint of these idiots boils down to is that they don’t like the WA that Johnson ‘renegotiated’ because it splits up the UK and that the EU is quite correctly sticking to insisting on severe border checks that will make that split obvious. Well, they should have thought of that before they voted for a hard Brexit and then voted for Johnson.

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55 minutes ago, BigFish said:

Because a competent government would never have entered into a binding agreement with provisions it could not live with.

Miliband nails Johnson who flees the chamber of the HoC

@Jools-that is what bad faith looks like.

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2 hours ago, SwindonCanary said:

My bet is you will not see this reply from David Frost in the media it will all be about the EU 

Follow him on twitter

 
1/7 I would like to make a few comments and state a few facts, in my capacity as the PM's negotiator in the current and last autumn's talks.
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Michel Barnier
 
@MichelBarnier
· Sep 13
Protocol on IE/NI is not a threat to the integrity of the UK. We agreed this delicate compromise with @BorisJohnson & his gov in order to protect peace & stability on island of Ireland. We could not have been clearer about the consequences of #Brexit [1/2]
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6/7 The EU's position is that listing is needed for Great Britain only, not Northern Ireland. So if GB were not listed, it would be automatically illegal for NI to import food products from GB.
 
 
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7/7 I hope the EU will yet think better of this. It obviously makes it no easier to negotiate a good free trade agreement and the solid future relationship which we all want.

You need to stop gambling 

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-09-13/brexit-negotiations-spill-on-to-twitter-as-u-k-eu-spar-on-food

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1 hour ago, Yellowfuture said:

A compelling speech by Miliband today.

 

Compelling 🤣😂🤣

Just like you Remainiacs on here, Remainiac MPs are irrelevant -- Especially Ed Moribund, ffs 🤣

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4 hours ago, sonyc said:

Umberto Eco outlined 14 characteristics of fascism and perhaps most can be ticked?

 

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Interesting! 

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1 hour ago, Jools said:

Compelling 🤣😂🤣

Just like you Remainiacs on here, Remainiac MPs are irrelevant -- Especially Ed Moribund, ffs 🤣

If the treaty is so dangerous for the U.K. why did he sign it?

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16 minutes ago, Herman said:

Vote happening now. Backbone or no backbone?

Wan Kier's amendment heavily defeated 👍😀

Keir Starmer's magical thinking | MelaniePhillips.com

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Repeat after me, Herminge: 'The ayes have it! The ayes have it!  😎

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It's just vandalism now. Destroying the country bit by bit rather than admit that they have failed with brexit. All rather sad and pathetic really. No patriotism at all. 

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1 hour ago, Jools said:

Wan Kier's amendment heavily defeated

This was a second reading, more amendments to come

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1 hour ago, BigFish said:

This was a second reading, more amendments to come

Image may contain: 2 people, people standing, text that says "13 (OURA STRAIGHT OUTTA BRAIN CELLS Little Miss Brexit"

 

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1 hour ago, BigFish said:

This was a second reading, more amendments to come

77% majority, smallfry...

Cease being so stupid --- You'll be supporting Ipswich next 🤪😀

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Herman and all you other loser, Lefty Remainiacs --- You lost the referendum -- You lost the 2017 election -- You lost the EU parliament elections and you lost the 2019 election --- You lost the red passports, you lost your freedom of movement, you have lost our fish, you lost the argument, you lost the voters but most recently you have lost your minds perusing this for so long...

Please, for the love of whatever you believe in --- STFU 👍

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It’s not over until it’s over Jools. So please do feel free to follow your own advice. 

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