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    For as long as the first past the post system exists the majority of the population shall be without representation. A coalition government is now needed more than ever. The Tories will do their damnedest to prevent that from happening.
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    If the PM won't give more brexit details, then the GE campaign is going to be quiet. The pensioners will vote Tory even if they removed the state pension. Project fear will continue, making up stories about what will happen if you dare vote against the Tories, and the same mugs who bought into the Brexit promises will defend the elite, while claiming the opposite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Oh and it's totally logical to publicly sat what you want from negotiations - best practice really
    And she has.

    Best possible access to single market

    Control of borders

    No ECJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtomagain View Post
    And she has.

    Best possible access to single market

    Control of borders

    No ECJ
    And I fancy marrying Taylor Swift, unless it is explained how this is all wishful thinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtomagain View Post
    And she has.

    Best possible access to single market

    Control of borders

    No ECJ
    We already had 2 of those before brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    And I fancy marrying Taylor Swift, unless it is explained how this is all wishful thinking
    It's easy. You negotiate with Ms Swift and explain the benefits of your proposed union.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtomagain View Post
    It's easy. You negotiate with Ms Swift and explain the benefits of your proposed union.
    Hardly coming from a position of strength though is he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    If the PM won't give more brexit details, then the GE campaign is going to be quiet. The pensioners will vote Tory even if they removed the state pension. Project fear will continue, making up stories about what will happen if you dare vote against the Tories, and the same mugs who bought into the Brexit promises will defend the elite, while claiming the opposite.
    The worst thing about it is that, even with no further details of what Brexit will entail, May will claim any election victory as a "mandate" to push through whatever deal she wants.

    Quite Machiavellian, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    The worst thing about it is that, even with no further details of what Brexit will entail, May will claim any election victory as a "mandate" to push through whatever deal she wants.

    Quite Machiavellian, really.
    Hence her needing a large majority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Hardly coming from a position of strength though is he?

    Well we won't know until the negotiations begin in earnest. Once his people start talking to her people things will become clearer.

    That's the thing with negotiations ... you don't know what the deal is until the end of the negotiation.

    If you knew what the outcome was of negotiation was before it began it wouldn't be negotiation would it? It would be a "done deal".

    Good luck ATW!

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