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    blueneonBlueneon
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    Corbyn and his cronies are all poison bastards.idle promise s.lib dems are the same aswell.traitors off the highest order I remember a certain Corbyn at Glastonbury buying votes on rememberance day .

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    SammySammy
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    Corbyn and his cronies are all poison bastards.idle promise s.lib dems are the same aswell.traitors off the highest order I remember a certain Corbyn at Glastonbury buying votes on rememberance day .

    We’d all better vote Conservative then seeing as we have a racist, sexist, homophobic, serial liar in charge. I can plainly see they have your best interests at heart.

    #182079
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    Corbyn and his cronies are all poison bastards.idle promise s.lib dems are the same aswell.traitors off the highest order I remember a certain Corbyn at Glastonbury buying votes on rememberance day .

    We’d all better vote Conservative then seeing as we have a racist, sexist, homophobic, serial liar in charge. I can plainly see they have your best interests at heart.[/quote]

    Sammy, you have just pointed out the very reason I feel I should not vote ever again. Not one of them come out of this mess with any credit.

    #182083
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    Corbyn and his cronies are all poison bastards.idle promise s.lib dems are the same aswell.traitors off the highest order I remember a certain Corbyn at Glastonbury buying votes on rememberance day .

    We’d all better vote Conservative then seeing as we have a racist, sexist, homophobic, serial liar in charge. I can plainly see they have your best interests at heart.[/quote]

    Sammy, you have just pointed out the very reason I feel I should not vote ever again. Not one of them come out of this mess with any credit.[/quote]

    Many people feel the same way as you which will make this election interesting but will not necessarily change anything.

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    You could always vote for the Greens (tongue in cheek).
    Let’s save the planet; but we’ve no foo king ideas how to accomplish it !

    #182122
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    The debate last night was a let down. If only Corbyn had replied to Johnson’s repeated question “which side will you take on your proposed Brexit referendum”. The best (IMHO) reply he could have given is “A Labour Government will not campaign either way as it is for the people to decide and we will implement their decision immediately afterwards”

    #182123
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    The debate last night was a let down. If only Corbyn had replied to Johnson’s repeated question “which side will you take on your proposed Brexit referendum”. The best (IMHO) reply he could have given is “A Labour Government will not campaign either way as it is for the people to decide and we will implement their decision immediately afterwards”

    Corbyn is like a fart in a collander, he has no idea which way he is going.

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    The debate last night was a let down. If only Corbyn had replied to Johnson’s repeated question “which side will you take on your proposed Brexit referendum”. The best (IMHO) reply he could have given is “A Labour Government will not campaign either way as it is for the people to decide and we will implement their decision immediately afterwards”

    Corbyn is like a fart in a collander, he has no idea which way he is going.[/quote]

    Corbyn is being deliberately non-committal on the Brexit issue.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-45640548

    #182128
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    The debate last night was a let down. If only Corbyn had replied to Johnson’s repeated question “which side will you take on your proposed Brexit referendum”. The best (IMHO) reply he could have given is “A Labour Government will not campaign either way as it is for the people to decide and we will implement their decision immediately afterwards

    The people have already decided and he has blocked all efforts to implement it for the last three years.

    #182129
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    The debate last night was a let down. If only Corbyn had replied to Johnson’s repeated question “which side will you take on your proposed Brexit referendum”. The best (IMHO) reply he could have given is “A Labour Government will not campaign either way as it is for the people to decide and we will implement their decision immediately afterwards

    The people have already decided and he has blocked all efforts to implement it for the last three years.[/quote]

    Not true because he did vote to trigger Article 50. He and many others including ardent Brexiterrs voted against the May deal because it was worse than remaining and Johnson’s deal was arguably no better than May’s.
    But the people voted to leave and they all knew what they were voting for and that wasn’t to be worse off.

    #182130
    muttywhitedogmuttywhitedog
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    He voted to trigger Article 50 so negotiations could begin. At that point, the word “Backstop” was only known as the bloke in baseball who wears the mask. We also had David Davis telling the world that these negotiations would be the easiest ever as the German car manufacturers were prepared to bring down the EU so they could flog us their BMWs.

    Horc – simple question – Have you or any member of your family ever had to re-sit any test or exam in your lives?

    #182131
    NuneatonlaticNuneatonlatic
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    He voted to trigger Article 50 so negotiations could begin. At that point, the word “Backstop” was only known as the bloke in baseball who wears the mask. We also had David Davis telling the world that these negotiations would be the easiest ever as the German car manufacturers were prepared to bring down the EU so they could flog us their BMWs.

    Horc – simple question – Have you or any member of your family ever had to re-sit any test or exam in your lives?

    Mercedes Benz have just built the biggest dealership in Europe

    In Stockport.

    #182132
    NuneatonlaticNuneatonlatic
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    Seriously all this armageddon talk when we leave is nonsense. DHL one of the biggest logistics company’s in Britain is German the Kermits own most of the toll bridges and most other EU countries all rely on trade and industry with Britain. Far from it being a disaster that once again the despicable lying politicians are making it out to be.

    #182133
    SammySammy
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    Seriously all this armageddon talk when we leave is nonsense. DHL one of the biggest logistics company’s in Britain is German the Kermits own most of the toll bridges and most other EU countries all rely on trade and industry with Britain. Far from it being a disaster that once again the despicable lying politicians are making it out to be.

    No one is suggesting it will be Armageddon, even if we leave without a deal, but anyone who thinks it will not have a negative impact is living in cloud cuckoo land.

    One thing I am sure of is that however we leave the EU the poorest in society will suffer the most and the Tories, UKIP and rich Brexiteers (as opposed to the deluded ones) will not care one jot.

    #182134
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    Ken Loach on Why Labour Will Win the Election

    Ken Loach on Why Labour Will Win the Election

    Posted by Double Down News on Friday, 8 November 2019

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