Brexit - The UK and the EU

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The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period

No hard border in Northern Ireland. Anyone else want to be on that side of the soft border?

"Among other issues the two sides had to negotiate differences for the transition period were what role the European Court of Justice had in the UK, whether the UK could negotiate future trade deals with non-EU countries during it, as well as the continuing issues of Gibraltar post-Brexit."

Continuing issues of Gibraltar?
 

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Brexit: 'People's vote' campaign group launched

People's vote? Who voted in the last referendum? Humans who weren't people?
It's the Stay group's attempt at a redo.

Commenting, Tom Brufatto, Chair of Britain for Europe, which is supporting the People’s Vote campaign, said:

“The People’s Vote campaign is clear. The terms of Brexit should not be stitched up behind closed doors by politicians and foisted on the country. The people must have a say, and that means a People’s Vote.

They think the people should be able to say "yes, we understand that we democratically voted to leave but we should be able to vote on the formal terms of the leaving plan so we can maybe force a mulligan or a redo because when people voted to go, they actually meant stay or were too stupid to understand what leaving meant. We want these chuckleheads to have a hand in government policy. Ta."

https://www.open-britain.co.uk/launch_of_the_new_national_people_s_vote_campaign
 

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You are either in, or you are out, you cannot have an a la carte membership of the club. Everybody who voted knew this, they were repeatedly told so, The government wheeled out every senior politician they could find, from around the world to put the frighteners on, and still lost.

These people need to stop with this narrative, not only are they wrong, they are dangerous because their narrative is fundamentally anti-democratic.

Lets just keep having referendums until we get the answer that we want, is the mindset of a dictatorship, albeit in the EU context a soft one.
 

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You are either in, or you are out, you cannot have an a la carte membership of the club. Everybody who voted knew this, they were repeatedly told so, The government wheeled out every senior politician they could find, from around the world to put the frighteners on, and still lost.

These people need to stop with this narrative, not only are they wrong, they are dangerous because their narrative is fundamentally anti-democratic.

Lets just keep having referendums until we get the answer that we want, is the mindset of a dictatorship, albeit in the EU context a soft one.
The problems with referendums is that they give hope for do-overs at a later date. Very Quebec separatism mentality.

But this one is too rich.
 

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Leavers will not move to unseat May and she knows it.

ERG and Rees-Mogg are all talk and no action.
Mogg is not so powerful in the party and if he makes a blatant move to oust May, he will stand zero chance of being the next PM or leader of the Conservatives. He has no option but to work behind the scenes and keep pushing the envelope as he did last week and then deals behind close doors before public announcements of support. The only option he has is to keep boxing her in by her own promises.
 

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Looks like Brexit is scuppered. It will now play out: no deal in November, goes to the the Commons and then they vote to continue as is ad infinitum under the yoke of the Brussels oligarchy. It will spell the end of the Tories as a effective fighting force and will never be trusted again.
 

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The meeting today at Chequers goes like this for the Brexiteers: tow Merkels and Soros's....I mean May's line or give up your car and privileges and take the taxi home at the end of a mile walk. There's lots of talent waiting to replace you.....well that's one way of putting it.

The Tories will be signing their own death warrant by doing this.

The return of Farage will be something to behold.

Bring it on!
 

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What's that snivelling little shit Gove up to...?
Mission accomplished: EU sabotage and coup against the democratic mandate of the British people.

Theresa the appeaser has done her job and will be richy rewarded. They're moving against the Brexiteer MP's now as if they are the enemy, which of course they are to them. I give May a week before the daggers are drawn and the take on the traitor and the rest of the troughers in the Tories.
 

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Mission accomplished: EU sabotage and coup against the democratic mandate of the British people.

Theresa the appeaser has done her job and will be richy rewarded. They're moving against the Brexiteer MP's now as if they are the enemy, which of course they are to them. I give May a week before the daggers are drawn and the take on the traitor and the rest of the troughers in the Tories.
Gove was one of the leading Brexiteers and was Fox. Both now on 'Theresa's Team'.
 

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A number of the traitors were just double agents on the issue. The comments on May on Guido Fawkes are interesting, from people in her constituency party who have met her. If ever there was a shape shifting lizard it was her. Better subscribe to David Icke's Youtube channel to find out what's really going on!

If those 48 letters don't go into the 1922 Committee then the Tories will be wiped out next election.

Good day for Blair, now there's a politician equal to his title of the most hated person in Britain.
 

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On a side note, several German controlled MSM websites are absolutely quiet about Brexit now.
So you know the EU/ globalists are happy.
I'm sure the pro EU Media outlets will bombard people with articles and mouth pieces about how great this is for the UK.
 

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The 48 letter are allegedly in:

https://www.politicalite.com/tories/reports-may-face-no-confidence-vote-48-letters/

I cannot perceive how she, or the current Conservative leadership can survive tying the Brits into common goods and agri-product rules aligned with the EU's, even for those who wish to do business with us! That's not a break-out at all, it's a vassal state. Truly she is treacherous and a traitor and all of those who go along with this in the Conservatives are too. This will be the rock they perish on as the polls will begin to reveal over the ensuing days.
 
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Of course the elites never had any intention of listening to the people. None-the-less l think the dismantling of globalisation will happen to some extent and Brexit will happen. After reaching an extreme things will turn a corner.
 

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When you are an old hag, cover as much as you can:


For comparison:



Edit: On a sartorial note: Trump shows too little and the guy on the right too much shirt cuff.
She really is an example of that horrible shrill speaking and dog's breath primary school teacher no one liked promoted beyond all parody and ability. The Conservatives will never be forgiven for this abject excuse for treason masked as inept failure.
 

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When you are an old hag, cover as much as you can:


For comparison:



Edit: On a sartorial note: Trump shows too little and the guy on the right too much shirt cuff.
PM's husband is hunching. Was he hunched when alterations were made? Posture makes a difference.
 
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May's going for a winner takes all....if she succeeds we are shackled to the EU as first a vassal state and then we will be invited back in, just as Soros planned. If she fails, her and her ilk from the traitor class are finished and that goes for the civil service and remainer MPs.

The Conservative Brexit MP's are getting threats of funding being removed and the associations are close to open rebellion. May and her cronies are rattled and that is why they're willing to risk everything for it is zero sum game now. If she wins, the Tories will be destroyed and split. But she doesn't care the death of the Conservative party is mere collateral damage in her deliberate scorch earth policy.
 
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