Brexit - The UK and the EU

Kingstonian

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Redwood is sound; but like Rees Mogg he did not realise/react soon enough to May’s Machiavellian modus operandi.

His recent posts are tinged with a regret and pessimism that were previously confined to his readers’ replies.

Still, the whole party must share responsibility for allowing her to continue for so long.
 

Pimpernel Smith

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Indeed they must, but the party severely underestimated what type of creature they are dealing with. Lacking all charisma and finesse she's an anti-demagogue in that she appeals to no one, her skills of rhetoric are non-existent and she seems to be touching raw nerves with all the negative vibes of a female archetype, but none of the good qualities and yet she is a despot. The response she illicist is that of a witch in fairy tales. She may yet be what a female led dictator would be and behave like. I find her deeply sinister and revolting.

Still had to laugh at Verhofstadt who nailed it when he said he didn't trust the UK Parliament not to waste time running the clock down as the first thing they've done after the extension is to go on holiday. A parliament of windowdressers.
 
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I read Corbyn saying there was nothing more to discuss about a possible Theresa May and Labour deal.
Imagine the disturbed mind that thinks there's profit in discussing anything other than his manhole cover collection with that anti-Semitic Trotskyite tramp. The constituency parties are livid and will be voting The Brexit Party 23 May, along with many ex-Labour supporters. Farage has really pulled the rabbit out of hat. Well done!
 
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The look on Iain Duncan Smith's face in PM questions on Wednesday says it all. Utter disgust. He was asking for assurance that ex-soldiers and police in Northern Ireland will not be targetted for prosecutions again unless there is new evidence, the Maybot offered no such assurances.

And by the time she had finished, most of the Tory MP's had already left the chamber. Still, too little, too late.
 

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It hasn't kicked off yet, it hasn't even started, but it will do. The true Brit and Commonwealth will never buy into a inferior Napoleonic type system. We're well ahead on that and always will be. The essence is very simple: innocent until proven guilty vs guilty until you demonstrate innocence. One is tyranny, the other is the Brits innocent until you're proven guilty under common law.

Plus we have the USA which is Great Britain carried on by other means.

We're not beaten yet!
 
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