Sturgeon's Brexit Proposals - Who is she kidding? Watch

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

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Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
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(Original post by _Morsey_)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

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Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
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(Original post by _Morsey_)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

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Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
A lot of people in the know said Brexit won't happen so I am not going to say if Scotland can't become independent or it won't get more powers.
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No more ridiculous than the UK governments position tbh...
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Why would the EU want an economic burden like Scotland? Without England, the Scottish economy is pathetic! I'm just being honest, their oil reserves are pretty much dry...at least they can still sell their Scotch and expect to uphold a population of 6 million
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Why would the EU want an economic burden like Scotland? Without England, the Scottish economy is pathetic! I'm just being honest, their oil reserves are pretty much dry...at least they can still sell their Scotch and expect to uphold a population of 6 million
Scotland's real agenda is to attract businesses in England to Scotland if it stays part of the EU.

A lot of banks and other businesses are going to move to the EU when Britain leaves and Sturgeon wants them to settle in Scotland.
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Scotland's real agenda is to attract businesses in England to Scotland if it stays part of the EU.

A lot of banks and other businesses are going to move to the EU when Britain leaves and Sturgeon wants them to settle in Scotland.
Spain has established it will veto Scotland, as usual Scotland wants to create more fuss. There should be a referendum for England, Wales, N.I regarding Scotlands place in the UK. I'm sure all three countries would vote for a Scottish exit.
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Spain has established it will veto Scotland, as usual Scotland wants to create more fuss. There should be a referendum for England, Wales, N.I regarding Scotlands place in the UK. I'm sure all three countries would vote for a Scottish exit.
There is enough difference between the Catalan region of Spain and Scotland to let Scotland in.

For one thing, Spain is not leaving the EU and the Catalans do not have to apply to stay in the EU.

Scotland don't have to abide by a referendum by the rest of the UK. No one can force Scotland to leave the Union and Wales and NI would never vote to expel Scotland anyway.

Are you pulling your arguments out of a cracker?
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The woman is a bloody menace.
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(Original post by epoddoulc)
Spain has established it will veto Scotland, as usual Scotland wants to create more fuss. There should be a referendum for England, Wales, N.I regarding Scotlands place in the UK. I'm sure all three countries would vote for a Scottish exit.
Scotland is creating fuss? What exactly do you think the biggest "fuss" going on in the UK now is? And how much of that is down to Scotland?

As for your second part... I'm going to just ignore it as I don't think your suggestion is a serious one.
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(Original post by _Morsey_)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

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Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
If Scotland leave its their loss. Their economy would fall apart. They keep whinging but if Scotland voted to leave the UK that meant leaving EU which the SNP campaigned for.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...mic-abyss.html
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(Original post by _Morsey_)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

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Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
She talks like if Scotland is relevent, she is also a nationalist don't forget that she trying to slowly get powers back to make Scotland less dependent on UK dramatically cut trade with UK by trying to stall investment and boosting it in EU/USA etc... then do another referendum and leave UK, if I was PM I'd tell her to f off with her independence stance.
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She is a self absorbed big headed XENOPHOBIC horrible person. If getting rid of her, means losing Scotland, I'd take that, along with the rest of the Scottish Nazi Party.
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...and-seemingly/

Spain will reject everything they can as they have independence movements too.
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Pathetic woman. The UK decided to leave the EU and leave the EU we shall. If she doesn't like it she can go and live in Germany.
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Pathetic woman.
Why do you mention that she is a woman?
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The UK decided to leave the EU and leave the EU we shall. If she doesn't like it she can go and live in Germany.
Is that what you'd say to the 48.1% of the voters that wanted to stay in the EU?

Frankly, for 1.9% of voters to cause a multi-year process to start, reversing decades of work, is insane. Polls since have shown that the vote would go the other way. The referendum should always have required a reasonable majority, as the process is so long. We're now in the position where, when Brexit is actually triggered, the majority could actually be against it. I suspect that was actually the case when the vote happened, but that people thought it was a forgone conclusion.
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(Original post by _Morsey_)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...itics-38366278

So Nicola Sturgeon just announced her proposals in regards to Brexit, dubbed, "Scotland's Place in Europe", and within that she somehow believes that Scotland could exist within the single market even if the UK (or rest of) ends up leaving it.

Main points of interests outlined in the paper:

- Devolved powers on immigration
- Devolved powers on protecting workers rights
- Respecting "Scotlands vote to remain within the EU"
- Safeguarding abilitiy to shape laws that affect Scotland

==========

Honestly, who is she kidding? Does she seriously think that the EU would allow for Scotland to remain within aspects of the EU even if the UK as a whole decides to leave?

Any Tom, **** or Harry could probably tell you the chances of that happening is pretty much ziltch. More fuel to the fire of 'indyref2' no doubt.
Scotland going independent meant leaving the EU . I don't think I have to say anymore.
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Why do you mention that she is a woman?

Is that what you'd say to the 48.1% of the voters that wanted to stay in the EU?

Frankly, for 1.9% of voters to cause a multi-year process to start, reversing decades of work, is insane. Polls since have shown that the vote would go the other way. The referendum should always have required a reasonable majority, as the process is so long. We're now in the position where, when Brexit is actually triggered, the majority could actually be against it. I suspect that was actually the case when the vote happened, but that people thought it was a forgone conclusion.
Because she's a woman? In the same way if I was speaking about Corbyn or Obama, I'd be saying 'Pathetic man'.

And yes, that's exactly what I'd say. It was a democratic decision - those on the losing side should accept that they were in the minority and move on. The polls were comprehensively incorrect, and besides, the majority of organisations carrying out the polls were biased towards remain anyway. Also, a lot of people didn't want to come out in favour of leave for fear of being violated, humiliated, and dehumanised by those on the left.
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(Original post by Len Goodman)
Because she's a woman? In the same way if I was speaking about Corbyn or Obama, I'd be saying 'Pathetic man'.
I don't see how stating their gender adds anything, but it could be interpreted in a certain way.
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And yes, that's exactly what I'd say. It was a democratic decision - those on the losing side should accept that they were in the minority and move on. The polls were comprehensively incorrect, and besides, the majority of organisations carrying out the polls were biased towards remain anyway. Also, a lot of people didn't want to come out in favour of leave for fear of being violated, humiliated, and dehumanised by those on the left.
You should move to the US - you'd get on well with Trump. Don't forget to pack your tinfoil hat though.

The minority of voters, or the minority of the electorate? What would you say if another referendum voted for stay? When would it be appropriate to have another one? Frankly, given how close the vote was, I'd say soon.
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(Original post by Len Goodman)
Because she's a woman? In the same way if I was speaking about Corbyn or Obama, I'd be saying 'Pathetic man'.

And yes, that's exactly what I'd say. It was a democratic decision - those on the losing side should accept that they were in the minority and move on. The polls were comprehensively incorrect, and besides, the majority of organisations carrying out the polls were biased towards remain anyway. Also, a lot of people didn't want to come out in favour of leave for fear of being violated, humiliated, and dehumanised by those on the left.
"Why do you mention she is a woman" = TRIGGERED
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