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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    So you think the government are doing a cracking job, strong and stable?
    It's interesting isn't it. Brexiters won't support May's/the UK government's deal, yet they attack any MP who doesn't also support the deal (well, I say any MP, I mean any MP who they consider to be a remainer - they won't criticise the ERG MPs who also vote against May's deal).

    The, when the EU try to offer a way forward they criticise the EU for not supporting May's deal and trying to help us to leave the EU.

    Idiots, one and all
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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Do ya think the EU have suddenly realised that trying to scare the UK into not leaving by trying to make out everything will be worse is not going to work - and in reality their petty little schemes will do more to harm the EU than help?

    Or let's be honest do you think in reality non of them could give a fook as long as the gravy train keeps pulling into their station?
    The notices on the impact of No Deal were issued by the UK government.

    HTH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    The notices on the impact of No Deal were issued by the UK government.

    HTH.
    The same UK government led by a remainer. The same UK government funded by industries protected by the EU tariffs and rules.

    Stop being a sheep and grab the shears and remove the tangled knots of EU superstate. We can run free in the summer sun and eat British grass from British fields away from the garlic tainted teat of the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woohoo View Post
    The same UK government led by a remainer. The same UK government funded by industries protected by the EU tariffs and rules.
    Issued by the DExEU actually, run by Brexiters.

    But even if you were correct, you’re suggesting that the government (sovereignty) and industry (economy) are issuing advice on how bad things will be, but we should ignore them?

    Stop being a sheep following the rest of the Brexit herd over the cliff.

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    a fixation with sheep emerging here.
    you lot all welly wearers then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    Issued by the DExEU actually, run by Brexiters.

    But even if you were correct, you’re suggesting that the government (sovereignty) and industry (economy) are issuing advice on how bad things will be, but we should ignore them?

    Stop being a sheep following the rest of the Brexit herd over the cliff.
    Even if you are correct, I suggest you evaluate any news and look at it's source and objectives.

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    So leave means stay. Fantastic.

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    The referendum didn't say anything about a leaving date

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    The referendum didn't say anything about a leaving date
    True! We need a leaving date people's vote!

    Do you want to leave the EU:-

    1. 12th of never
    2. 31st February

    Whichever was voted for, parliament would still persue the other one.

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    The evil EU trying to reach out and help the UK to reach a good deal.
    So evil

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