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View JL85's Profile JL85 Flag London,SE9 24 Sep 19 7.37pm Send a Private Message to JL85 Add JL85 as a friend

Originally posted by Spiderman

How much do we pay in? Can they afford to lose that?

Please expand.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 24 Sep 19 7.42pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Alex1991

Of course not, I knew it existed and copied the exact wording so you could read it.

What part of this is not the whole truth ? The facts are right there in front of you and you are still denying it ?

Freddie Starr has been eating my hamster.
Do you see Alex?

 

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.TUX. Flag 24 Sep 19 7.43pm

Originally posted by JL85

Hmmm, are you prepared to back this statement up with some facts?
There is no doubt that Brexit is bad for both the EU and the UK but to claim the EU "cannot afford to let us leave" seems suspect.

Happy to be proved wrong.

May help, may not..............

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View DanH's Profile DanH Flag SW2 24 Sep 19 7.46pm Send a Private Message to DanH Add DanH as a friend

Originally posted by Matov


This really. There is only so much 'reasoned' debate you can take before you realise that you are being taken for some sort of c*** and you lash out.

I voted on June 23rd in absolute good faith that the result would be acted upon. And three and half years later we are here, with a Parliament and a Judiciary that is doing everything in its power to make a fool out of me for holding such beliefs on that day. Backed up by idiots who are trying to pull a three-card trick on me by way of seeing my vote deemed utterly worthless whilst trying to maintain their own self-illusion as the good guys in this s*** show.

If you want the result on June 23rd ignored, you are a w***er of the highest order. As simple and straight forward as that.

Edited by Matov (24 Sep 2019 7.23pm)

I don’t want it ignored, I want it carried out in the least damaging way possible. This government have made a total clusterf*ck of it and where we are already has caused irreparable damage, wherever we end up now.

I agree with you that it not being carried through represents a miscarriage of democracy; and I am loathe to be on politicians’ side, but the majority of the dissenters have been doing so because it’s what they think is in the country’s best long term interests.

This decision today is because the government have acted illegally. We have a proud and historic judicial and parliamentary system which stops the government acting beyond the reach of the law. If the government are allowed to act above the law we are entering the realms of a dictatorship. The law is there for a reason.

No one has yet addressed my earlier point about the prorogue of Parliament being given as not being about Brexit and to give the new PM time to establish policy before the Queen’s Speech. This whole entire reaction just proves the *unanimous* decision today was correct.

 


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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag 24 Sep 19 7.50pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

I wonder when we will get, 'Brexit the Movie'.

Probably will be constantly delayed.

 


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Originally posted by DanH

I don’t want it ignored, I want it carried out in the least damaging way possible. This government have made a total clusterf*ck of it and where we are already has caused irreparable damage, wherever we end up now.

I agree with you that it not being carried through represents a miscarriage of democracy; and I am loathe to be on politicians’ side, but the majority of the dissenters have been doing so because it’s what they think is in the country’s best long term interests.

This decision today is because the government have acted illegally. We have a proud and historic judicial and parliamentary system which stops the government acting beyond the reach of the law. If the government are allowed to act above the law we are entering the realms of a dictatorship. The law is there for a reason.

No one has yet addressed my earlier point about the prorogue of Parliament being given as not being about Brexit and to give the new PM time to establish policy before the Queen’s Speech. This whole entire reaction just proves the *unanimous* decision today was correct.

The government is accused of acting illegally despite the Attorney General telling them their action would be legal. Whose advice should they have taken if not his?

 

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View DanH's Profile DanH Flag SW2 24 Sep 19 7.53pm Send a Private Message to DanH Add DanH as a friend

Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

The government is accused of acting illegally despite the Attorney General telling them their action would be legal. Whose advice should they have taken if not his?

His should be the first, of many, heads that should roll.

Also, not ‘accused’ any more. They HAVE acted illegally, as ruled by the highest court in the country.

Edited by DanH (24 Sep 2019 7.54pm)

 


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 24 Sep 19 7.55pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by DanH

I don’t want it ignored, I want it carried out in the least damaging way possible. This government have made a total clusterf*ck of it and where we are already has caused irreparable damage, wherever we end up now.

I agree with you that it not being carried through represents a miscarriage of democracy; and I am loathe to be on politicians’ side, but the majority of the dissenters have been doing so because it’s what they think is in the country’s best long term interests.

This decision today is because the government have acted illegally. We have a proud and historic judicial and parliamentary system which stops the government acting beyond the reach of the law. If the government are allowed to act above the law we are entering the realms of a dictatorship. The law is there for a reason.

No one has yet addressed my earlier point about the prorogue of Parliament being given as not being about Brexit and to give the new PM time to establish policy before the Queen’s Speech. This whole entire reaction just proves the *unanimous* decision today was correct.

And so what!
Dont stress danh.
If corbyn gets in we can work less for the same dough.
Everyone gets a tenner an hour minimum.
Big companies will give 10% value to the staff in share holdings.
Private schools will be stripped of their assets.
All wealth will be forcibly taken and evenly distributed.
And everyone will be equal.
Boris proroging parliament will pale into insignificance with the forthcoming utopian society we are being promised.
Ahhh life will be so stress free.
Bring on the GE so I can chill baby.

 

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Originally posted by DanH

His should be the first, of many, heads that should roll.

Also, not ‘accused’ any more. They HAVE acted illegally, as ruled by the highest court in the country.

Edited by DanH (24 Sep 2019 7.54pm)

Errrr....This act was approved by the Queen.

The courts have literally said an act she approved was illegal....they have stepped into the political sphere....So now so should the Queen.

The session brought to an end was one of the longest in parliamentary history.

A general election will kick out these weasels.

Edited by Stirlingsays (24 Sep 2019 7.59pm)

 


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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

Errrr....This act was approved by the Queen.

The courts have literally said an act she approved was illegal.

The session brought to an end was one of the longest in parliamentary history.

Do you understand the ‘role’ the Queen has in giving Royal Assent?

Also, if not, then you believe that Boris has literally lied to the Queen. Heads have literally rolled for less in the past.

Edited by DanH (24 Sep 2019 7.59pm)

 


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I think Parliament will assert itself over the government, and that the UK will remain in the EU.

There is a real power shift here to parliament.

 

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Originally posted by DanH

Do you understand the ‘role’ the Queen has in giving Royal Assent?

She has the power to approve it or turn it down.

The fact that the Queen has decided to be window dressing is not law.

Her father....who she is meant to admire.....involved himself far more.

The courts have embarrassed her and she should re-assert herself.

 


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