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    (Original post by Aph)
    Labour DL now told Corbyn to resign. Corbyn is fast becoming friendless in the Labour Party.
    In the PLP you mean. There's no evidence thus far that he no longer commands support in the wider Labour membership.
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    In the PLP you mean. There's no evidence thus far that he no longer commands support in the wider Labour membership.
    Yes indeed, politics today is in a mess. At least we don't have this sort of thing in the MHoC!!! We'd be far better at running the country then DC and his cronies
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    This is what happens when your membership and MP's don't compromise with each other. You have a bunch of middle class socialists who look back and see nothing but Iraq and just want a man of principles, they don't even care about power. On the flip side you have MP's who came into politics to make the world a better place who's priority is to be elected and do something instead of shout from the sidelines.

    Until representatives from each side get together and thrash out what they want from the party, this situation will just repeat itself.
    then you get labours core northern small c conservative racist core, they love corbyn because hes socialist and their dads were; they'll abhor Jeremy's social policies if they ever find out about them.
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politic...e=news_central

    The EU opts to choose to keep it's advantage time advantage in negotiations. They have a better hand then us.

    I'm not optimistic trade deals are going to go well. but at least we have muh *****r bak
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    (Original post by banterboy)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politic...e=news_central

    The EU opts to choose to keep it's advantage time advantage in negotiations. They have a better hand then us.

    I'm not optimistic trade deals are going to go well. but at least we have muh *****r bak
    If you want to talk Britain down I'm sure the other side of the chamber would more than happily take you

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    (Original post by banterboy)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politic...e=news_central

    The EU opts to choose to keep it's advantage time advantage in negotiations. They have a better hand then us.

    I'm not optimistic trade deals are going to go well. but at least we have muh *****r bak
    The eu also has the advantage that people like you don't believe in this country.

    I think if the eu treat us too harsh then other nations will decide to leave as well, so it boils down to who is going to cave first.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    If you want to talk Britain down I'm sure the other side of the chamber would more than happily take you

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    i really never saw the relevance of the "talking the country down" argument. Firstly, being realistic isn't talking a country down. Second, i dont see what remain argument it disproves. it's just a way of dodging arguments tbh.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    The eu also has the advantage that people like you don't believe in this country.

    I think if the eu treat us too harsh then other nations will decide to leave as well, so it boils down to who is going to cave first.
    The exact opposite it true.

    Also, since I don't have any say in negotiations, how is what i believe an advantage to the eu?
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    (Original post by banterboy)
    The exact opposite it true.

    Also, since I don't have any say in negotiations, how is what i believe an advantage to the eu?
    The negotiators will see how the public is behaving and that will weaken the uk's hand.

    People will want to stay a part of a group who are willing to wreck their own economies to prove a point?
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    The eu also has the advantage that people like you don't believe in this country.

    I think if the eu treat us too harsh then other nations will decide to leave as well, so it boils down to who is going to cave first.
    Nah, EU needs to treat Britain harshly, treat us harshly and other nations will be more motivated to stay in.

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    Nah, EU needs to treat Britain harshly, treat us harshly and other nations will be more motivated to stay in.

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    But treat us too harshly then it will increase the anti eu sentiment.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    But treat us too harshly then it will increase the anti eu sentiment.
    I think you're talking about an extreme that isn't even close to being on the table.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    I think you're talking about an extreme that isn't even close to being on the table.
    For all we know it could be
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    The negotiators will see how the public is behaving and that will weaken the uk's hand.

    People will want to stay a part of a group who are willing to wreck their own economies to prove a point?
    i dont see why.

    Also people who voted not on the economy but on intangible principles like "sovereignty" and "dissatisfaction with the establishment" aren't the remainers.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    For all we know it could be
    then by your previous argument, it wont be. so your position is contradictory.
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