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Mister Fantastic
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« on: June 11, 2017, 08:22:09 am »

Sounds like a good plan but would they agree on anything?

There are only 2 types.

1. A Brexit where the EU concedes and we get to control borders and stay in the single market.

2. A Brexit where the EU refuses the above. Otherwise known as a 'bad deal' Brexit.
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Dr Taj Hargey, Chairman, Muslim Education Centre Oxford :
No, but... I've just mentioned that, we have a one vocabulary in private and we have another vocabulary for the public domain, and that's why you don't hear it because you're the public domain.
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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2017, 08:57:04 am »

Sounds like a good plan but would they agree on anything?

There are only 2 types.

1. A Brexit where the EU concedes and we get to control borders and stay in the single market.

2. A Brexit where the EU refuses the above. Otherwise known as a 'bad deal' Brexit.

Face it. In light of events, they're all going to have to abandon the whole insane Brexit caper. Rejoice!
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"Theresa May’s determination to pursue hard Brexit = stepping off a 10m diving board without checking there is any water in the pool."
First-Time-Ever Department: The UK is negotiating with the rest of the EU in order to secure a worse trade deal than we already have.
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« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2017, 09:14:05 am »

Face it. In light of events, they're all going to have to abandon the whole insane Brexit caper. Rejoice!

Here's the problem. The students haven't realized that Corbyn lost, that will come when they are asked to pay their tuition fees. The new energized young Labour supporter haven't yet realized that Corbyn is more Eurosceptic than May could ever pretend to be.

Britain voted to Brexit in this election by a mile. The anti Brexit parties were either ignored or lost ground. Corbyn is in a tricky situation, he would not dare support abandoning Brexit.

Corbyn played a blinder supporting Brexit, he didn't use a 3 line whip for the fun of it. Had he opposed Brexit, May's little helpers would now be running the country into the ground.
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Dr Taj Hargey, Chairman, Muslim Education Centre Oxford :
No, but... I've just mentioned that, we have a one vocabulary in private and we have another vocabulary for the public domain, and that's why you don't hear it because you're the public domain.
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