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Well no deal is off he table till end of January? Where we will kick it down the road some more, play with the british peoples lifes and of course make some British workers redundant in the process of this political game played by the Westminster Parliament.

Right Mr Corbyn what's excuse will you give now, what excuse will you fake to avoid the scrutiny the remain MPs seem to love so much. So when are we having "democratic scrutiny"?

Shall we have a guess?

I'm going to say is going to be, "we cant back an election because it will run the clock down and give the Tories the abilty to rush a "enter inflammatory BS here" no deal exit in Jan 2020".
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Can we ban party political broadcasts over Christmas, I don't want to think about it.
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Sigh. And then we repeat in January.
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Well no deal is off he table till end of January? Where we will kick it down the road some more, play with the british peoples lifes and of course make some British workers redundant in the process of this political game played by the Westminster Parliament.

Right Mr Corbyn what's excuse will you give now, what excuse will you fake to avoid the scrutiny the remain MPs seem to love so much. So when are we having "democratic scrutiny"?

Shall we have a guess?

I'm going to say is going to be, "we cant back an election because it will run the clock down and give the Tories the abilty to rush a "enter inflammatory BS here" no deal exit in Jan 2020".
Time for an election
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Time for an election
You think he will back an election?
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Time for an election
You think he will back an election?

Edit, I'm just watching labour MP Neil Coyle on TV right now, literally said as I hit send, "if we have it go to 2022 to do it (remain in the Europe) then so be it". Not looking good for you're prediction, is it?
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You think he will back an election?

Edit, I'm just watching labour MP Neil Coyle on TV right now, literally said as I hit send, "if we have it go to 2022 to do it (remain in the Europe) then so be it". Not looking good for you're prediction, is it?
Neil Coyle is not the Leader and he is worried about his seat for being a moron. Let us wait for Corbyn.
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You think he will back an election?
I hope so
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Neil Coyle is not the Leader and he is worried about his seat for being a moron. Let us wait for Corbyn.
I cant disagree with you there, we will have to wait and see.
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I cant disagree with you there, we will have to wait and see.
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I cant disagree with you there, we will have to wait and see.
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True
Jeez! Get a room. (Leave the door open for Colin when he turns up)
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Jeez! Get a room. (Leave the door open for Colin when he turns up)
Hahahaha, this coming from the guy who wrongly accused me of making homophobic remarks, for which you still haven't even acknowledged that you may have been wrong let alone apologised.
No I'm not being a snowflake, just marvelling at your hypocrisy.
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Jeez! Get a room. (Leave the door open for Colin when he turns up)
You and Vinny Care in it, we cant get a look it :lol:
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Jeez! Get a room. (Leave the door open for Colin when he turns up)
Lol.
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Hahahaha, this coming from the guy who wrongly accused me of making homophobic remarks, for which you still haven't even acknowledged that you may have been wrong let alone apologised.
No I'm not being a snowflake, just marvelling at your hypocrisy.
You called me "queenie". Clearly a homophobic pejorative.
And yet again, your homophobia shows by assuming gay sex to be a bad thing. It isn't (in fact, I wish I was bisexual myself).

Don't know why you are making such a fuss. Right-wingers are traditionally homophobic as well as racist/xenophobic. If you don't want people to think you are a duck, you should stop wearing a duck suit and quacking.
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You and Vinny Care in it, we cant get a look it :lol:
You really need to come up with some better arguments than "yeah, but so are you".
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Anyone know what time the vote for a GE will be?
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You really need to come up with some better arguments than "yeah, but so are you".
Well being as so you have not made any on topic contribution, I naturally thought you were joking, hence the jokey reply, you mean you were actually being serious? Wow what point are you making?

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Of course, the irony is that those points apply to you rather than me, but your Dunning-Kruger syndrome prevents you from realising it.
Maybe take you're own advice?

Personally I'd worry about you're own arguments, which are currently are so ripped to bits its has reduced you to insult and off topic homophobic nonsense. My advice is worry about getting them right before you bother about mine, wired and Colin's.
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Anyone know what time the vote for a GE will be?
MPs to start debating it at 15:30.
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You called me "queenie". Clearly a homophobic pejorative.
And yet again, your homophobia shows by assuming gay sex to be a bad thing. It isn't (in fact, I wish I was bisexual myself).

Don't know why you are making such a fuss. Right-wingers are traditionally homophobic as well as racist/xenophobic. If you don't want people to think you are a duck, you should stop wearing a duck suit and quacking.
Yes I called you queenie because you have chosen to call yourself QE2 and Queenie is a much used nickname for our current monarch as I explained, not in the least bit homophobic so feel free to carry showing that you are incapable of accepting the fact that you are sometimes incorrect.
This whole conversation sums up your arrogance.
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