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We're not just looking for a free trade deal, though.

There's a lot more which came with our EU membership which the government wants to (rightfully) keep.
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We're not just looking for a free trade deal, though.

There's a lot more which came with our EU membership which the government wants to (rightfully) keep.
But that’s what people who want brexit want.

No single market
No customs union
No ecj in uk matters.

That’s a third country which is what Canada is
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(Original post by paul514)
But that’s what people who want brexit want.

No single market
No customs union
No ecj in uk matters.

That’s a third country which is what Canada is
Which goes back to my first point... in that leaving with just a trade deal would be bad for the UK. Our service/technical industry in particular would suffer heavily.
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The "confidence vote" (cough cough) was nothing of the sort.
It was imo a carefully planned and orchestrated sideshow.
They knew perfectly well (imho) how many people support her and that
she would win, but they went through the entire charade anyway.

Why?

Because once it's done, May becomes untouchable for 12 months.

She can't be challenged again for 12 months.

Nice chess move TBH

This means that our EU Stooge May can continue to dance around to the EU's tune
for another year and there's nothing anyone can do about it.

This is a desperately dire situation for UK politics to find itself in.

We have a government infested with EU operatives and a PM working
for the EU, not for the UK and its people.

Right now, we have no democracy. These fraudulent politicians have consigned our hard
fought rights and freedoms to the dustbin. They have no intention of delivering BrExit, no
intention of allowing us to Leave the EU at all. Everything we are witnessing is a complete
side show designed to placate the masses as much as possible before they finally realist
that the rug has been pulled from under their feet.

Normally a country loses its democracy and hard fought freedoms via another country
invading it using military force. What we have here is an invasion by fraudulent politicians
using stealth and working behind closed doors. Installing EU stooges in our society at
all levels. Drafting and passing EU Treaties that abolish the sovereignty of the country and
the nationality of its people. This is war any way you cut it.

How long will people sit by while their freedoms are stripped away?

May MUST go. The EU Stooges in our government MUST go.

A genuine PM must be found who will work for the country and its people
rather than the EUSSR. A PM who WILL take us out with NO DEAL right now and get it done.

It's getting close to the point where 17 million Leavers need to make their concerns known,
the point where they all descend on London and Westminster and protest indefinitely
until this sham government is removed (and with it the Looney Labour nonsense too).

The fake 2 party political system must come to an end. We must demand our
country back, re-assert the British Constitution and GFTO of the EU.
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Which goes back to my first point... in that leaving with just a trade deal would be bad for the UK. Our service/technical industry in particular would suffer heavily.
People voted to leave for a handful of key reasons which lead to leaving those three things i mentioned.

What you think the outcome of that is irrelevant to a democrat.
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People voted to leave for a handful of key reasons which lead to leaving those three things i mentioned.

What you think the outcome of that is irrelevant to a democrat.
Sorry, I'm not sure what you're asking?
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jacob rees mog is my sexual idol
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Sorry, I'm not sure what you're asking?
There was no question hence no question mark it was a statement of fact.
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There was no question hence no question mark it was a statement of fact.
Oh right.

I mean, sure? I don't really see this as relevant though as what people voted for and whether the deal is good are two different things.
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Oh right.

I mean, sure? I don't really see this as relevant though as what people voted for and whether the deal is good are two different things.
Exactly and thats my point, whats good is irrelevant when the people vote for something they get it enacted on in its most basic form.
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They can change the law and ask for extensions, give a second referendum and an election too though it’s not cut and dry
Extension is possible but politically suicidal for the Tory party.
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No-one's going to pretend that things are rosy, but ultimately she won by a solid margin and certain elements within the party should get behind her and stop their self-indulgent pissing about when important things are happening.
ah yes, fighting for the referendum result to be respected is "self-indulgent". a favourite phrase of the pompous liberal elite.
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Extension is possible but politically suicidal for the Tory party.
At this point all of them are except for an election or no deal.

If labour won an election they would then commit suicide by doing a soft brexit and losing their old support and becoming the metro party fully in the eyes of those typically northern voters.
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Exactly and thats my point, whats good is irrelevant when the people vote for something they get it enacted on in its most basic form.
Then why did you reply to my post?

I was having a different conversation with someone else about whether both the EU and UK can get a good deal out of this.
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Then why did you reply to my post?

I was having a different conversation with someone else about whether both the EU and UK can get a good deal out of this.
Without going back and reading over it...

Obviously because I wanted to reply to something you said.
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This vote of confidence has put may in a much worse position.
As it shows clearly how divided her own party is.

As it stands 200 MPs will follow the Torry whip for bills to be passed.
How can she hope to get anything done?
She needs around 350 ish I think to get a bill through.

Heck as it stands Jeremy Corbyn has more of a majority then her lol.

Am I wrong? Because the news seems to be just saying she won and the erc are the evil bad guys.
Jacob Rees Mogg: nah we don't need to listen to the 48% of remainers, they lost and need to accept that
Also Jacob Rees Mogg: oh my god we need to listen to the 37% that voted against Theresa May, there's such division in the party!!
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Jacob Rees-Mogg is right wing. He won't be unable to be his bills if there is a hard Brexit, but many who are struggling will be worse off.

I think there is a possibility of the March 29th date being extended.
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Jacob Rees Mogg: nah we don't need to listen to the 48% of remainers, they lost and need to accept that
Also Jacob Rees Mogg: oh my god we need to listen to the 37% that voted against Theresa May, there's such division in the party!!
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Ones a vote of 317 people the other of 34 million people.

The votes based on the impass of today, all thats happened is her deal is going to come back with so little changes it still get trounced then her cabinet will get rid of her instead as all thats left is no deal that she can go for.

Mogg knows this.

Instead of glib remarks perhaps engage your brain to see what is coming, why do you think the vote isnt before christmas now? Its simply that the later she leaves it the more the options deminish.
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Without going back and reading over it...

Obviously because I wanted to reply to something you said.
You probably misunderstood what I had said in that case.
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Ones a vote of 317 people the other of 34 million people.

The votes based on the impass of today, all thats happened is her deal is going to come back with so little changes it still get trounced then her cabinet will get rid of her instead as all thats left is no deal that she can go for.

Mogg knows this.

Instead of glib remarks perhaps engage your brain to see what is coming, why do you think the vote isnt before christmas now? Its simply that the later she leaves it the more the options deminish.
1. 317 people vs 34m? Surely that should mean that the 48% matters even more considering there's so many people who didn't want Brexit in the first place (not even including the people who've changed their minds about it).
2. You're not gonna get anywhere trying to convince people of your opinion if you're being condescending - 'perhaps engage your brain'? Not doing you any favours mate.
3. I don't support May's deal either but it's better than anything Mogg would get, he has the attitude of a spoilt child and I don't think the European Parliament would take kindly to that at all. The only person I can think of who would be worse at negotiating a deal would be Farage.
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