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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    A vote for the Brexit party is a vote for Corbyn.

    be afraid

    ....be very afraid
    Project Fear!

    I'm voting to actually leave the EU. LibLabCon is a vote to remain with some dog tulip "deal"
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    A vote for the Brexit party is also a vote against Brexit.

    be very afraid
    ...be very very afraid
    Last edited by BlasterBates; 12th May 2019 at 09:58.
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    It's now clear as a Labour government relieve's everyone of their wealth the main opposition spokesman will be Nigel. A second term will be a shoe in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Still, Farage knows how to campaign.
    Agreed, he does. But for what, exactly?

    He's great at whipping up crowds by using lies and meaningless soundbites, but there's never any detail.


    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Look no further than Change UK (CHUK) for an example of remainers fighting like rats in a comfort blanket. The party sounds like vomit, hasn’t got a logo, cant pick a leader, can’t field candidates on time and can’t play nicely with other remainers. Ultimately, for a bunch of self-confessed ‘clever meanies’, campaigning remainers are thicker than mince.
    Hard to argue with that, also. For a group of people that think they're cleverer than they are, ChangeUK have made some god-awful mistakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    Still, Farage knows how to campaign.

    Look no further than Change UK (CHUK) for an example of remainers fighting like rats in a comfort blanket. The party sounds like vomit, hasn’t got a logo, cant pick a leader, can’t field candidates on time and can’t play nicely with other remainers. Ultimately, for a bunch of self-confessed ‘clever meanies’, campaigning remainers are thicker than mince.
    Change UK are the counter-kippers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    LibLabCon is a vote to remain with some dog tulip "deal"
    Project Fear!
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    The whole EU elections are a total waste of money and time. The minute the WA is ratified (voted through UK Parliament) then our MEPs cease to exist. The best action the electorate of this country could take is total abstention from these elections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie62 View Post
    The whole EU elections are a total waste of money and time. The minute the WA is ratified (voted through UK Parliament) then our MEPs cease to exist. The best action the electorate of this country could take is total abstention from these elections.
    When’s that going to happen, then?

    Until it does, some of us prefer to be represented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie62 View Post
    The whole EU elections are a total waste of money and time. The minute the WA is ratified (voted through UK Parliament) then our MEPs cease to exist. The best action the electorate of this country could take is total abstention from these elections.
    It is important to be represented in the EP, in the event that the British parliament exercises its sovereignty in the direction of withdrawing Article 50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    It is important to be represented in the EP, in the event that the British parliament refutes democracy and withdraws Article 50.
    FTFY

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