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deleted user Flag 12 Apr 19 10.34am

European elections: Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party

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Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

Except it isn't, perhaps things need pointing out to avoid confusion, like facts, just you saying it doth butter no parsnips

I would be Intrigued to see the argument where a small country can prosper by cutting ties, having no trade arrangements, no Migrant policy and rejects the concept of globalisation

Small country I hear you say, the one your ok with allowing mass immigration? No thought to damaged social cohesion, rapid change in culture. DO YOU HAVE ANY LIMITS?


And no Migrant policy you say? Freedom of movement is the definition of no policy!! Any one and everyone can come. Yer good one!!!

 

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Originally posted by dollardays

European elections: Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party

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A good day for the Remainers. I foresee that the Brexit vote will be split between UKIP and the Farage party a god send for the mainstream politicians. It's a pity that the Brexit side is not more united. If they have any common sense they will do a deal not to fight each other in certain seats.

 


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Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

Except it isn't, perhaps things need pointing out to avoid confusion, like facts, just you saying it doth butter no parsnips

I would be Intrigued to see the argument where a small country can prosper by cutting ties, having no trade arrangements, no Migrant policy and rejects the concept of globalisation

I don't believe that any mainstream politician has argued for this and the Tory government does has a post Brexit immigration policy whether you agree with it is another matter

Parliament should decide our immigration policy. For a Labour it may mean freedom of movement for others it may be based on skill sets or the requirements of the country at the time. I don't believe our immigration policy should be fixed it has to be flexible something that is impossible within the EU.

People who argue for freedom of movement as a right are actually saying that they want their way and that any future government cannot change that policy. I don't believe that a current government should commit future parliaments and voters who may not yet be born to policies which may not be applicable at the time.

Edited by Badger11 (12 Apr 2019 11.45am)

 


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deleted user Flag 12 Apr 19 12.12pm

Originally posted by Badger11

A good day for the Remainers. I foresee that the Brexit vote will be split between UKIP and the Farage party a god send for the mainstream politicians. It's a pity that the Brexit side is not more united. If they have any common sense they will do a deal not to fight each other in certain seats.

I must admit, I didn't add a comment and I wasn't sure what to make of it. I fear that Farage may have gone down the Robert Kilroy Silk road of wanting to be front of centre at each and every moment.

 

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Pussay Patrol Flag 12 Apr 19 12.21pm

Originally posted by Badger11

I don't believe that any mainstream politician has argued for this and the Tory government does has a post Brexit immigration policy whether you agree with it is another matter

Parliament should decide our immigration policy. For a Labour it may mean freedom of movement for others it may be based on skill sets or the requirements of the country at the time. I don't believe our immigration policy should be fixed it has to be flexible something that is impossible within the EU.

People who argue for freedom of movement as a right are actually saying that they want their way and that any future government cannot change that policy. I don't believe that a current government should commit future parliaments and voters who may not yet be born to policies which may not be applicable at the time.

Edited by Badger11 (12 Apr 2019 11.45am)

I think future generations will be angry that our generation took away freedoms and rights we enjoyed with European unity, and despair at our prime minister playing populism with phrases like taking back control, and her hostile environment born out of the toxic tabloid agenda

 


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Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

I think future generations will be angry that our generation took away freedoms and rights we enjoyed with European unity, and despair at our prime minister playing populism with phrases like taking back control, and her hostile environment born out of the toxic tabloid agenda

Freedoms like a honouring a referendum you mean? Can't keep having it all ways !

What you think is total irrelevant its what the county thinks is what is important. Sorry your opinion is the minority.

Anyway who is to say our children won't thank us for leaving?

Edited by dannyboy1978 (12 Apr 2019 12.29pm)

 

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Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

I think future generations will be angry that our generation took away freedoms and rights we enjoyed with European unity, and despair at our prime minister playing populism with phrases like taking back control, and her hostile environment born out of the toxic tabloid agenda

I wouldn't worry, when Corbyn gets into power he will abolish elections anyway.

 


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Originally posted by Badger11

A good day for the Remainers. I foresee that the Brexit vote will be split between UKIP and the Farage party a god send for the mainstream politicians. It's a pity that the Brexit side is not more united. If they have any common sense they will do a deal not to fight each other in certain seats.

Would be nice to see a head to head between the Brexit Party and the Independent Group.

Part of the reason the European Parliament is so rubbish for the UK is down to the fact our largest block is UKIP, who didn't do anything. But Labour and the Tories were so split, they were also ineffective.

No point remaining if we just propose to go back to the status quo either.

 

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Register your support to the new brexit party here.
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I would be very careful about donating £25 to greaseball Farage, or Johnson et al.

One day you will sign in to a blank page.

'Fromage not Farage'

 

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Originally posted by dannyboy1978

Register your support to the new brexit party here.
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Nope.

 

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