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Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

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Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Folly » Mon Jan 29, 2018 1:36 pm

Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

So, the British public had a referendum and voted to leave the EU.
Obviously, this means we will leave the European Union not Europe because physically, we can't!
It's not that the British don't like Europe, we love it, its because they don't like the way things are going.
People in the UK want the British government to have more control of the borders and laws.
The EU want freedom of movement, the British don't.
They also make laws that come above British laws :o
The list goes on so it isn't surprising the Brits want to get out of this club just on those two points alone.

Those unelected people who run the place are making it so difficult for the UK to leave with all these 'deals' on the table.
However, the British voted to leave the EU, we didn't ask to leave with any 'deals', just to leave.
The Tories are allowing Theresa May to take a soft approach and its about time they spoke up.
The message is simple, we want to leave the EU club and not be tied in with 'deals'.
No deal is better because anything else would mean we are still in the bloody club!

The Great British follies - interesting indeed!

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Re: Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Dez » Tue Jan 30, 2018 9:39 pm

We are going to be out in name but we have our foot in the door with money.
Honestly, this is becoming a complete farce.
The unelected Eurocrats are walking all over us.
We really need to get tough, dictate to them and then stop the talks if they don't listen.
Theresa May had a chance to become a leader we could have gave great credit to but I think her chance has gone.
Time for Mogg to stop pandering up to her and oust her.
Either Mogg or Boris, it doesn't matter, we need someone to negotiate properly.
One complete farce.
David Bowie has died - what more can I say :cry:

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Re: Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Sam » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:32 am

I tell you now, if Margaret Thatcher was alive and in power, Brexit wouldn't have been a farce.
She would have told the EU lot where to go.
I sort of miss Thatcher somehow.
This will be because what we have now in parliament are a shower.
And more to the point...................

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Re: Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Bandit » Wed Feb 28, 2018 4:30 pm

Both John Major and Tony B liar are making a comeback trying to persuade people to get another referendum.
Bloody idiots.

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Re: Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Copie » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:30 pm

There will be no more Brexit referendums :lol:
We have voted and the EU which tries to undermine democracy can take a hike with that silly 'clock ticking' bloke :lol:

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Re: Brexit Day Is Looming - March 29, 2019

Post by Sassy » Fri Mar 23, 2018 9:48 am

The EU silly people think they can do to the UK what they have done to other countries.
That is to say they keep coming back until they get their way.
They have tried to break our backbone and they failed, it must be hurting them :lol:
Lets get out and never go back.
In fact, anti-EU is all over Europe now.
It wouldn't surprise anyone to see the whole thing collapse once the UK leaves.
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