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    A no deal Brexit looks to be very worrying for the survival of the British social system. The US ambassador to the UK has said that in the event of no deal, the US would want the NHS to be part of any trade deal. The UK will be forced into the arms of the US in the event of no deal and there will be plenty of vultures waiting to pick apart the British welfare state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    A no deal Brexit looks to be very worrying for the survival of the British social system. The US ambassador to the UK has said that in the event of no deal, the US would want the NHS to be part of any trade deal. The UK will be forced into the arms of the US in the event of no deal and there will be plenty of vultures waiting to pick apart the British welfare state.
    the brits should of kep trump when he was there to run the place for them theyre makin a right **** of themselves!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    A no deal Brexit looks to be very worrying for the survival of the British social system. The US ambassador to the UK has said that in the event of no deal, the US would want the NHS to be part of any trade deal. The UK will be forced into the arms of the US in the event of no deal and there will be plenty of vultures waiting to pick apart the British welfare state.
    Farage is upfront that he would finish of the NHS if he got a chance. These people are extreme right wingers.
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    simple choice


    The next prime minister will fail in any attempt to renegotiate the Brexit deal, Michel Barnier has said before warning the new leader’s choice is to accept the agreement, cancel Brexit or suffer a damaging no deal.

    The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said that it would make no difference which of the leadership hopefuls eventually succeeded Theresa May.



    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics...eu-will-never/
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    Just a new set of questions, IMO.

    1. If Boris wins, will he bother to try to renegotiate? Or will he just leave? Can he win that vote?
    2. What the f will we do, whoever wins? There is no hope of a non-brexit winner, it's the CONSERVATIVES who will vote.
    3. Presumably we will whinge to the EU, Hogan will get us money, we'll waste it. Then what?
    4. An election in UK, what will be the result? A Lab-Lib-Dem coalition? What, again, will we do?

    5. Will somebody tear up the article 50 letter? can they?

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    The Rockhall farrago has GOT to be a pro Brexit spinoff. Fisheries is the only Brexit issue on which the SNP doesn't have majority support. Long-term it's foolish. The SNP would do better to forge very strong relations with Ireland and for that matter the Welsh - for anyone following discussion in the UK, unravelling of the UK is a distinct possibility after Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barrym View Post
    Just a new set of questions, IMO.

    1. If Boris wins, will he bother to try to renegotiate? Or will he just leave? Can he win that vote?
    2. What the f will we do, whoever wins? There is no hope of a non-brexit winner, it's the CONSERVATIVES who will vote.
    3. Presumably we will whinge to the EU, Hogan will get us money, we'll waste it. Then what?
    4. An election in UK, what will be the result? A Lab-Lib-Dem coalition? What, again, will we do?

    5. Will somebody tear up the article 50 letter? can they?
    If a new PM crashes out without approval of Parliament, there would always be questions over the legitimacy of the process. Parliament will not approve a crash out. The EU will not renegotiate. May was never the problem: the problem is that there is no majority for anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barrym View Post
    Just a new set of questions, IMO.

    1. If Boris wins, will he bother to try to renegotiate? Or will he just leave? Can he win that vote?
    2. What the f will we do, whoever wins? There is no hope of a non-brexit winner, it's the CONSERVATIVES who will vote.
    3. Presumably we will whinge to the EU, Hogan will get us money, we'll waste it. Then what?
    4. An election in UK, what will be the result? A Lab-Lib-Dem coalition? What, again, will we do?

    5. Will somebody tear up the article 50 letter? can they?
    that borris lad is a fierce stupid **** all the same isnt he???? hes nearly as thick as kenny was here....

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    I see/hear from the latest bullsh** that suspending the commons is the way out.

    It seems that it can be done, without a vote?

    Obviously the EU won't budge, so suspense is the option?

    There was some fella on the radio yesterday saying 31 October will come and go and there will be a GE. In a suspended parliament?

    Curiousier and curiousier.....

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    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    If Boris Johnson wins, there'll be meltdowns in RTE that will beat the ones when Hillary Clinton lost. The Irish Times will be a fire hazard with all the hot air about him.

    Regards...jmcc

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    It shouldn't come as any surprise to rte or the IT.

    Heard a clip of him answering questions on Ireland yesterday. He sounds like a throw back to Robert Peel when it comes to Irish issues. Chin up Paddy, you'll be alright if you stick with us

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