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Found 4th Nov 2017
The Brexit negotiations seem to be not going that well. Our government should start preparing for a no deal. It will cost a fortune to do so but that is better than not being prepared. The idea of an easy divorce from the EU seems to be a pipe dream now.
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Shut up. No one cares.
Give Brexit a break, it's all rhetorical, you could have easily asked the same question in either of your other Brexit threads.

I think remoaners should probably have there mental health checked. Clearly can't cope with democracy.
I'm glad we have so many political experts on this website to keep us informed....
"The idea of an easy divorce from the EU seems to be a pipe dream now."


No one in their right mind had this idea in the first place.
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We haven' started negotiations yet!

Although if we can send them Diane Abbott and the rest of the incompetent left wing Communists then the future of the UK is even brighter.
I'm glad we have so many political experts on this website to keep us informed....
Graham19797 h, 9 m ago

We haven' started negotiations yet!Although if we can send them Diane …We haven' started negotiations yet!Although if we can send them Diane Abbott and the rest of the incompetent left wing Communists then the future of the UK is even brighter.


And anyone who disagrees with Comrade Corbyn will assumedly be sent to a version of a gulag by the new Labour regime, funny how Labour supports 1917 Russian revolution whilst Russia appreciates the horrors of the result of millions dying in Gulags and enforced famine.
once our trade deal with North Korea is in place exporting stray dogs (like Fanpages) & some nuclear missiles, we'll be just fine
Give Brexit a break, it's all rhetorical, you could have easily asked the same question in either of your other Brexit threads.

I think remoaners should probably have there mental health checked. Clearly can't cope with democracy.
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whatever happens, the key is not brexit or not, it is to discuss and to debate how each person needs to make goods and services for exports, rather than relying on service growth, such as serving each other coffee in coffee shops, beauty service in nail and hair, or rely on financial services growth lending each other money we haven't got on another new smartphone we don't make
Edited by: "splender" 5th Nov 2017
Won't be many more MP's to hold talks at this current purge rate.

Is this a Baby Boomer thing?
Not you again!
"The idea of an easy divorce from the EU seems to be a pipe dream now."


No one in their right mind had this idea in the first place.
teh.arn50 m ago

"The idea of an easy divorce from the EU seems to be a pipe dream now."No …"The idea of an easy divorce from the EU seems to be a pipe dream now."No one in their right mind had this idea in the first place.


Ha as if the socialists like the idea of democracy!
Graham197911 m ago

Ha as if the socialists like the idea of democracy!


You keep using democracy as if you know what it means.....
OP - Are you really surprised? Look who we have doing the negotiations

Mrs Idonthaveacluewhatimdoing May. She is so far out of her depth she might as well go for a swim in lava.
But it is what the Tories are good at after all - deception.
teh.arn3 h, 18 m ago

You keep using democracy as if you know what it means.....


So enlighten me.
Graham197955 s ago

So enlighten me.


I don't think a snowflake could handle it.
It would be no surprise if this happens because:

1.The government didn't want Brexit or expect it to happen so they were completely unprepared when the referendum was for it.
2. After the referendum the new government seemingly didn't grasp how complicated this process is which meant they didn't prepare enough prior to formally invoking the process.
3. The Conservatives appear to be incompetent in general based on the number of U-turns they pull; just look at Universal Credit as an example.
4. We are divorcing the EU which is pain for them so they are hardly going to be full of cheer towards us. Try divorcing your partner out of the blue and negotiating selling the house, splitting assets and child custody and see how they respond.
5. It's a very complicated process with a tight timeline and the head negotiators are politicians who aren't generally known for their pragmatism or good will.
6. I do wonder how committed the UK negotiating team is towards this process which wouldn't be helpful. It's a very divisive issue and I don't envy those stuck in the middle of it.
7. The UK needs a deal more than the EU but do we have the humility to accept this? That's not a quality that politicians are known for.

If it all goes pear shape the Conservatives will carry the can and rightly so.
Edited by: "Agharta" 5th Nov 2017
teh.arn1 h, 20 m ago

I don't think a snowflake could handle it.


So i'm still waiting, I think you would consider China a Democracy?
SDLiam4th Nov

Shut up. No one cares.

The fact this is the most popular post on here speaks volumes.
Graham19795th Nov

We haven' started negotiations yet!Although if we can send them Diane …We haven' started negotiations yet!Although if we can send them Diane Abbott and the rest of the incompetent left wing Communists then the future of the UK is even brighter.

Yes we have started negotiations. What do you think the dynamic David Davies has been doing for the past few months?
.MUFC.5th Nov

Give Brexit a break, it's all rhetorical, you could have easily asked the …Give Brexit a break, it's all rhetorical, you could have easily asked the same question in either of your other Brexit threads. I think remoaners should probably have there mental health checked. Clearly can't cope with democracy.

I like the limelight.
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