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Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 10:07 pm
by Tony_Adams
DiamondGooner wrote:
Tony_Adams wrote:I don't see why we don't put a number of deals together and agreed in principle with the EU and then put them to the people to vote which one to go with. A second referendum to decide which kind of Brexit we want?


............. because its not about what Brexit we want, its about what Brexit Parliament want.

That much is glaringly clear by now.

If it was about us we would of left on the 29th March with No Deal.

Also who's to say the EU won't just shoot down any ideas we put toward them, we can't even get a majority in Parliament for a deal.
We go to the EU with a number of deals, from a number of parties/cross party groups. The EU decide if there are any they would accept. If they agree at least two then it goes back to the people.

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:22 pm
by DiamondGooner
Tony_Adams wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:
Tony_Adams wrote:I don't see why we don't put a number of deals together and agreed in principle with the EU and then put them to the people to vote which one to go with. A second referendum to decide which kind of Brexit we want?


............. because its not about what Brexit we want, its about what Brexit Parliament want.

That much is glaringly clear by now.

If it was about us we would of left on the 29th March with No Deal.

Also who's to say the EU won't just shoot down any ideas we put toward them, we can't even get a majority in Parliament for a deal.
We go to the EU with a number of deals, from a number of parties/cross party groups. The EU decide if there are any they would accept. If they agree at least two then it goes back to the people.


That's giving the EU all the latitude rather than what we want, its also a bit tricky to send them proposals when we can't even get one through the House of Commons let alone more than one that they would then ratify.

Also giving the EU the choice just means they'll pick the one that's worst for us.

.......... what if they just choose Remain lol.

In fact we already know what the EU's preference is, its the Withdrawal agreement they gave to May or Remain.

There you go, saved us the bother.

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:42 pm
by Tony_Adams
DiamondGooner wrote:
Tony_Adams wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:
Tony_Adams wrote:I don't see why we don't put a number of deals together and agreed in principle with the EU and then put them to the people to vote which one to go with. A second referendum to decide which kind of Brexit we want?


............. because its not about what Brexit we want, its about what Brexit Parliament want.

That much is glaringly clear by now.

If it was about us we would of left on the 29th March with No Deal.

Also who's to say the EU won't just shoot down any ideas we put toward them, we can't even get a majority in Parliament for a deal.
We go to the EU with a number of deals, from a number of parties/cross party groups. The EU decide if there are any they would accept. If they agree at least two then it goes back to the people.


That's giving the EU all the latitude rather than what we want, its also a bit tricky to send them proposals when we can't even get one through the House of Commons let alone more than one that they would then ratify.

Also giving the EU the choice just means they'll pick the one that's worst for us.

.......... what if they just choose Remain lol.

In fact we already know what the EU's preference is, its the Withdrawal agreement they gave to May or Remain.

There you go, saved us the bother.
Remain wouldn't be on the table, we already had that referendum (i'm strongly remain btw)

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 12:41 am
by Reverend Gooner

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 11:09 am
by Phil71
Farage launches his Brexit Party.

Putting 80 candidates forward for the European elections.

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:29 pm
by DiamondGooner
Tories have proper imploded, May's own MP's attacking her from the back benches while she cosy's up to Labour and gets praised by them.

Proper weird.

Agent May showing No Deal was never a reality, Leave have been duped and left writhing.

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:16 pm
by Royal Gooner
Phil71 wrote:Farage launches his Brexit Party.

Putting 80 candidates forward for the European elections.


He'll get re-elected. Not sure about the others.

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:04 am
by Dejan
This brexit thing has gone on for so long that i genuily have no clue on what the hell is going on

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Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:40 am
by Phil71
Dejan wrote:This brexit thing has gone on for so long that i genuily have no clue on what the hell is going on

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Is that you Theresa?

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 8:33 am
by UFGN
Have a ref 2 quickly

Remain or leave with no deal. If its leave with no deal that wins then play hardball with the EU and tell them we will leave with no deal but that a trading agreement is possible

I don't want no deal but I think we need to risk it to break the deadlock

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:27 am
by Royal Gooner
Is a public order arrest going to be made for this? I doubt Sadiq will prosecute.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... ondon.html

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:29 am
by Sims
drinking on public transport should be allowed really as long as ur not being an arsehole

Would even stand up for farage doing it the ballbag

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:38 am
by Royal Gooner
Sims wrote:drinking on public transport should be allowed really as long as ur not being an arsehole

Would even stand up for farage doing it the ballbag


The thing is with the tube there are no ticket inspectors on the trains, so it is virtually unenforceable (unless someone trawls through CCTV and tracks tickets but do TFL really have the budget to do that in order to trace one person)?

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:41 am
by UFGN
One thing I think is more important is why is alcohol allowed on aeroplanes?

If it was my decision id ban all alcohol on planes and at airports, including duty free

I like a drink as much as anyone but you simply don't need booze at airports or on flights

Re: British Politics

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:44 am
by Royal Gooner
UFGN wrote:One thing I think is more important is why is alcohol allowed on aeroplanes?

If it was my decision id ban all alcohol on planes and at airports, including duty free

I like a drink as much as anyone but you simply don't need booze at airports or on flights


Because it's in small quantities, is limited by the stewardesses and you're not allowed to drink your own on a plane. Plus, they don't let you on a plane drunk anyway as you'd be turned away at the gate if you arrived intoxicated.