Jeremy Corbyn: “we can’t stop” Brexit Watch

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Wouldn't be suprised if he denies that's what he meant after the elitists in the Labour Party savage him this evening. He's right for once as we all know it was the biggest vote in UK history and it only happened because parliament voted it through by a massive majority (including the moaning losers). It must be implemented.
Labour MPs have criticised Jeremy Corbyn after he announced “we can’t stop” Brexit just two months after he declared in his conference speech that “all options are on the table”.

In an interview with Der Spiegel published on Friday, the Labour leader renewed his criticism of the EU’s economic policy and called upon the entire country to “recognise the reasons why people voted leave”. Here:
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Oh god. One of these threads again.
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Oh god. One of these threads again.
A Remainer no doubt? And probably one that thinks Corbyn's one.
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A Remainer no doubt? And probably one that thinks Corbyn's one.
I suggest you see some of my posts in Brexit related threads before making assertions like that.
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Nice to see some honesty from him. Any politician who bends over to the media's ruthless propaganda machine isn't worth listening to
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the people have spoken. many of them had Russian accents. but there is no turning back. nyet nyet nyet.
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A Remainer no doubt? And probably one that thinks Corbyn's one.
Did you just call Andrew a remainer? LOL you must be blind
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Nice for him to accept that. The country voted for leave, now lets crack on and stop scaremongering
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Brexit = Brexit
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We voted.

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He's right for once as we all know it was the biggest vote in UK history
Biggest yes. And also quite possibly one of the most misinformed vote too. And that is from both sides.
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Biggest yes. And also quite possibly one of the most misinformed vote too. And that is from both sides.
Maybe but the correct result for the best possible future for our country.
And surely only the least informed thought that Mr Corbyn wanted to remain in the EU.
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Once again highlights how many Corbyn fans were deluded into thinking he would back Remain.

Also quite concerning that a supposed man of the people cannot square that by accepting the view of his party (Where the majority of his party backs a second vote). Given the myriad of individuals and organisations who have backed such a cause, Labour does deserve better.
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Maybe but the correct result for the best possible future for our country.
Is one guess. Other guesses exit. What we do know is that everything would have continued to be ok had we not left. Now we are left guessing. It could be ok. It could be a catastrophe. No one knows. What we do know is that it has divided the country and that is never a good thing.
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Is one guess. Other guesses exit. What we do know is that everything would have continued to be ok had we not left. Now we are left guessing. It could be ok. It could be a catastrophe. No one knows. What we do know is that it has divided the country and that is never a good thing.
No, we don't know that at all. And the fact so many hardcore remainers view the EU as some indestructible bastion of stabilty and cohesion, shows just how woefully uninformed they are about current events within the bloc. Even Soros has stated that he believes the EU will collapse if it doesn't seriously reform, and he's 'their guy'.
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the people have spoken. many of them had Russian accents. but there is no turning back. nyet nyet nyet.
The big question! What is worse? Taking advice from a Russian bot or from Blair, Mandleson and Campbell?
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Wouldn't be suprised if he denies that's what he meant after the elitists in the Labour Party savage him this evening. He's right for once as we all know it was the biggest vote in UK history and it only happened because parliament voted it through by a massive majority (including the moaning losers). It must be implemented.
Labour MPs have criticised Jeremy Corbyn after he announced “we can’t stop” Brexit just two months after he declared in his conference speech that “all options are on the table”.

In an interview with Der Spiegel published on Friday, the Labour leader renewed his criticism of the EU’s economic policy and called upon the entire country to “recognise the reasons why people voted leave”. Here:
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The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, has attempted to calm Labour dismay at Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement that “we can’t stop Brexit”, by insisting the option of campaigning for a second referendum was still on the table.
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lol the UK hasn't even left, its already screwed hahahah
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lol the UK hasn't even left, its already screwed hahahah
Hahahahahaha, isn't it just hilarious. Poor people may even starve to death, hahahahahahaha! LOLZ, LOZ, LOZ etc......
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Hahahahahaha, isn't it just hilarious. Poor people may even starve to death, hahahahahahaha! LOLZ, LOZ, LOZ etc......
im laughing at these stupid brexiteers who wanted to save us from bureaucracy and now they're left with this.... eu wont be affected as much as it will affect the uk lol

all the sarcasm in the world from people like you wont change this
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