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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 23, 2019 10:40 pm 
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So Swinson has come clean, even if the result of her much demanded 'People's Vote' comes out for leave, she won't honour it.

Why have a 'People' s Vote' if the people calling for it won't honour it unless it goes their way..... Democracy?


Who now ;)

she has to say that to try and keep the disgruntled Labour voters ...from the South obviously.


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So Swinson has come clean, even if the result of her much demanded 'People's Vote' comes out for leave, she won't honour it.

Why have a 'People' s Vote' if the people calling for it won't honour it unless it goes their way..... Democracy?


Her voting record plus financial backers speak for themselves, nasty piece of work.

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So Swinson has come clean, even if the result of her much demanded 'People's Vote' comes out for leave, she won't honour it.

Why have a 'People' s Vote' if the people calling for it won't honour it unless it goes their way..... Democracy?


Her voting record plus financial backers speak for themselves, nasty piece of work.


I've just heard her annoying squarking when harping on about Johnson.

Christ almighty I can't stand listening to that for 3 minutes never mind 3 months or god forbid another 3 years.


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suiging wrote:
So Swinson has come clean, even if the result of her much demanded 'People's Vote' comes out for leave, she won't honour it.

Why have a 'People' s Vote' if the people calling for it won't honour it unless it goes their way..... Democracy?


Her voting record plus financial backers speak for themselves, nasty piece of work.


I've just heard her annoying squarking when harping on about Johnson.

Christ almighty I can't stand listening to that for 3 minutes never mind 3 months or god forbid another 3 years.


Your beginning to understand what people of my political persuasion think when listening to the BBC.
Back to Swinson, she has a strange mouth, its as though each individual tooth has been screwed in by some random dentist.

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Your beginning to understand what people of my political persuasion think when listening to the BBC.
Back to Swinson, she has a strange mouth, its as though each individual tooth has been screwed in by some random dentist.


Tone and content are different things. One may find that someone's voice grates a bit but to suggest that the whole content of the corporation grates against your political views just demonstrates to me that you don't listen objectively.

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


I sometimes think you can't possibly believe some of the regurgitated liberal rubbish you type.


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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


Surely it's incumbent upon the government to make some plans for Corbyn's no-deal he's spent the past year whipping his party for?

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


Surely it's incumbent upon the government to make some plans for Corbyn's no-deal he's spent the past year whipping his party for?


You know, if you cant gain a majority within Parliament you really shouldn't be running the country.

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


Surely it's incumbent upon the government to make some plans for Corbyn's no-deal he's spent the past year whipping his party for?


You know, if you cant gain a majority within Parliament you really shouldn't be running the country.


And an opposition worth the term, would be able to call for a vote of no confidence, sure in the knowledge that they could exploit such a position....... wouldn't they ?

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


I sometimes think you can't possibly believe some of the regurgitated liberal rubbish you type.


That's not Liberal regurgitated stuff, that's FACT as released by Her Majesty's Treasury today.

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So there we go. Another £2.1 billion quid spaffed away for no good reason on no deal.


I sometimes think you can't possibly believe some of the regurgitated liberal rubbish you type.


That's not Liberal regurgitated stuff, that's FACT as released by Her Majesty's Treasury today.


No, it is not a FACT. Indeed the Treasury has announced an additional £2.1b to be spent on ensuring we are ready to leave on 31st October, but the "spaffed away for no good reason on no deal" is simply your (Liberal Regurgitated?) interpretation - it certainly wasn't part of the Treasury's announcement.

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Analysis shows crashing out of the EU will add £220 to shopping bills next year – almost enough to feed the average family for a month

I actually think once the pound sinks it will be far more than this.


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/ ... s-18814894

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Analysis shows crashing out of the EU will add £220 to shopping bills next year – almost enough to feed the average family for a month

I actually think once the pound sinks it will be far more than this.


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/ ... s-18814894



I encourage everyone to read this article that quotes unnamed "experts", and then Jeremy Corbyn muses. This according to KK is analysis. Read it and make up your own mind.

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Analysis shows crashing out of the EU will add £220 to shopping bills next year – almost enough to feed the average family for a month

I actually think once the pound sinks it will be far more than this.


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/ ... s-18814894



I encourage everyone to read this article that quotes unnamed "experts", and then Jeremy Corbyn muses. This according to KK is analysis. Read it and make up your own mind.


I didn't have to read it to know that it would be selective analysis to suit.

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Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++

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Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++


You voted to leave precisely that "best deal" and now the head of the Leave campaign you gave your vote to has become Prime Minister and is about to enact your exact wish to end EU membership, which obviously means losing all membership benefits.

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Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++


You voted to leave precisely that "best deal" and now the head of the Leave campaign you gave your vote to has become Prime Minister and is about to enact your exact wish to end EU membership, which obviously means losing all membership benefits.


Now now Shrops, don't trouble KK with facts.....not wanted or appreciated.

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Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++


You voted to leave precisely that "best deal" and now the head of the Leave campaign you gave your vote to has become Prime Minister and is about to enact your exact wish to end EU membership, which obviously means losing all membership benefits.


Guilty of voting out due to overestimating the Tory governments ability to strike a good exit deal for the nation.
Now because of this continued inability to even seek the best option, in my view through EEA EFTA do we blindly allow ourselves to be driven off the cliff.
Surely the economic oblivion option should be the residence of financial speculators plus hard nosed brexiteer idiots.

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Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++


You voted to leave precisely that "best deal" and now the head of the Leave campaign you gave your vote to has become Prime Minister and is about to enact your exact wish to end EU membership, which obviously means losing all membership benefits.


Guilty of voting out due to overestimating the Tory governments ability to strike a good exit deal for the nation.
Now because of this continued inability to even seek the best option, in my view through EEA EFTA do we blindly allow ourselves to be driven off the cliff.
Surely the economic oblivion option should be the residence of financial speculators plus hard nosed brexiteer idiots.


Corbyn whipped his party to vote down the withdrawal agreement three times. This despite saying he respected the result of the referendum and wanted to protect jobs.

Had it passed, UK businesses and consumers would have a secure future in the next year and the government would already be in the negotiating room working on a future trade deal.

There has never been any explanation from Labour as to what they opposed so vehemently in the withdrawal agreement. The guarantee of the Good Friday agreement? The secured rights for EU citizens and UK citizens in the EU? The financial settlement of arrangements the UK entered into? Those were the only three things it deal with.

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]Norway pays £134 per person each year to have a worse trade deal than the UK without having any input in the EU.

The UK pays £29 per person per year for the best deal and the highest rebate in the EU. No Schengen. No euro. Full input.

Call it Germany++[/quote]

You voted to leave precisely that "best deal" and now the head of the Leave campaign you gave your vote to has become Prime Minister and is about to enact your exact wish to end EU membership, which obviously means losing all membership benefits.[/quote]

Guilty of voting out due to overestimating the Tory governments ability to strike a good exit deal for the nation.
Now because of this continued inability to even seek the best option, in my view through EEA EFTA do we blindly allow ourselves to be driven off the cliff.
Surely the economic oblivion option should be the residence of financial speculators plus hard nosed brexiteer idiots.[/quote]

Corbyn whipped his party to vote down the withdrawal agreement three times. This despite saying he respected the result of the referendum and wanted to protect jobs.

Had it passed, UK businesses and consumers would have a secure future in the next year and the government would already be in the negotiating room working on a future trade deal.

There has never been any explanation from Labour as to what they opposed so vehemently in the withdrawal agreement. The guarantee of the Good Friday agreement? The secured rights for EU citizens and UK citizens in the EU? The financial settlement of arrangements the UK entered into? Those were the only three things it deal with.[/quote]

Due to the numbers within the house and the divisions within each party the Government had a responsibility to reach out EARLY and seek common ground with the opposition.
They didn't.
Labour was always going to ask for close to regularity standards with the EU.

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Due to the numbers within the house and the divisions within each party the Government had a responsibility to reach out EARLY and seek common ground with the opposition.
They didn't.
Labour was always going to ask for close to regularity standards with the EU.


The withdrawal agreement was precisely the pathway to sharing future regulatory standards with the EU. That's exactly why it horrified the hardliners, who had the convenient DUP factor to use for their opposition to it.

The withdrawal agreement even enshrined that the UK would need to maintain at least the same level of environmental standards as the EU. Yet Corbyn stood up in Parliament on Day 1 of it being presented and said that the agreement included nothing on the environment!

By failing to pass that, Labour has opened up the Brexiteer hardliners' vision of slashing all EU standards to cosy up to the lobbyists in Washington they all having a lot of dealings with.

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I remember Keir Starmer when asked by the select committee what were the key problems when talks between parties broke down.

He stated the key was Tories wouldn't agree to regulatory alignment because of this mad vision of free world wide trade deals.
Which are predominantly pie in the sky fantasy.

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I remember Keir Starmer when asked by the select committee what were the key problems when talks between parties broke down.

He stated the key was Tories wouldn't agree to regulatory alignment because of this mad vision of free world wide trade deals.
Which are predominantly pie in the sky fantasy.


Regulatory alignment without input into the regulations. Yes, that sounds like a Labour plan.

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I remember Keir Starmer when asked by the select committee what were the key problems when talks between parties broke down.

He stated the key was Tories wouldn't agree to regulatory alignment because of this mad vision of free world wide trade deals.
Which are predominantly pie in the sky fantasy.


Regulatory alignment without input into the regulations. Yes, that sounds like a Labour plan.


It makes sense to my view about where the UK will have the need to trade once exit is achieved.

What is it at the moment something near 300 billion a year.

The EU, taken as a whole is the UK’s largest trading partner. In 2018, UK exports to the EU were £289 billion (46% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £345 billion (54% of all UK imports).

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I remember Keir Starmer when asked by the select committee what were the key problems when talks between parties broke down.

He stated the key was Tories wouldn't agree to regulatory alignment because of this mad vision of free world wide trade deals.
Which are predominantly pie in the sky fantasy.


Regulatory alignment without input into the regulations. Yes, that sounds like a Labour plan.


It makes sense to my view about where the UK will have the need to trade once exit is achieved.

What is it at the moment something near 300 billion a year.

The EU, taken as a whole is the UK’s largest trading partner. In 2018, UK exports to the EU were £289 billion (46% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £345 billion (54% of all UK imports).



Trade is a two-way thing. It has to be favourable to both parties. You think it will suddenly stop if we leave the EU? Will French farmers refuse to sell us their products? Dutch bulb growers? German car manufacturers ?

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I remember Keir Starmer when asked by the select committee what were the key problems when talks between parties broke down.

He stated the key was Tories wouldn't agree to regulatory alignment because of this mad vision of free world wide trade deals.
Which are predominantly pie in the sky fantasy.[/quote]

Regulatory alignment without input into the regulations. Yes, that sounds like a Labour plan.[/quote]

It makes sense to my view about where the UK will have the need to trade once exit is achieved.

What is it at the moment something near 300 billion a year.

The EU, taken as a whole is the UK’s largest trading partner. In 2018, UK exports to the EU were £289 billion (46% of all UK exports). UK imports from the EU were £345 billion (54% of all UK imports).[/quote]


Trade is a two-way thing. It has to be favourable to both parties. You think it will suddenly stop if we leave the EU? Will French farmers refuse to sell us their products? Dutch bulb growers? German car manufacturers ?[/quote]

No it wont stop but it will become bloody difficult and expensive to trade with what is the UK's most significant market.

Once the UK leaves it will be like driving a herd of lambs through Longleat park, there wont be much left when you get to the other side.

The UK wasn't prepared for meticulous negotiations. For a start, it would have to establish a domestic cross party consensus. Instead of which, an unpopular govt invoked A50 with a set of contentious and unworkable red lines and has been flailing about since.

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Did you not see interview after interview with the Labour Front Bench when they pulled out of what they called "negotiations' with May?
Every one blaming her for not compromising. Everyone failing to a articulate one single point that they offered to compromise on.

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The UK wasn't prepared for meticulous negotiations. For a start, it would have to establish a domestic cross party consensus. Instead of which, an unpopular govt invoked A50 with a set of contentious and unworkable red lines and has been flailing about since.


Corbyn called for Article 50 to be invoked immediately on the morning of June 24, 2016.

He then whipped all Labour MPs to vote for the invocation of Article 50 when it was brought before Parliament, before any eventual destination of negotiations were set out, before any cross-party consensus was on the table.

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The UK wasn't prepared for meticulous negotiations. For a start, it would have to establish a domestic cross party consensus. Instead of which, an unpopular govt invoked A50 with a set of contentious and unworkable red lines and has been flailing about since.


Corbyn called for Article 50 to be invoked immediately on the morning of June 24, 2016.

He then whipped all Labour MPs to vote for the invocation of Article 50 when it was brought before Parliament, before any eventual destination of negotiations were set out, before any cross-party consensus was on the table.


He had little choice, the people had voted, he leads a democratic party.

It was then up to the government to deliver an exit which would look after the interests of the nation.

The Tories were aware of Labours five key conditions.

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