Theresa May prepares to quit

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  1. Nonnie

    Nonnie Banned at Members Request Past Donor

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    From the very start Garage should have been employed to deliver Brexit, he would have told Juncier to **** off from the beginning.
     
  2. The Rhetoric of Life

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    If David Cameron threatened to come back, my stomach would churn, my hair would turn white.

    I liked that Theresa May when she was good sounded better than David loop hole hating tax haven hunting Cameron with her Global Britain competitive City of London service sector...
    EU said it was like picking cherries, which they hate so said no, and proposed we remain in all but name to be able to do that with them.

    It's like saying London can tade GBP/USD/Yen but not this banana republic that is the Eurozone's banana republic Euro, asking the UK to pay £39bn in a divorce the UK voted for.
     
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  3. gnoib

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    Cameron would be great, he does a better step down show, he got experience.
     
  4. cerberus

    cerberus Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    And now another 'career' (as opposed to selfless and committed?) politician departs long after he should have, so we lose 2 for the price of one. Both of them are perfect examples of the third category of the phrase 'Some are born great; some achieve greatness; and some have greatness thrust upon them.'

    "Vince Cable to step down as Lib Dem leader on 23 July"

    Things can only get better? lol

    https://www.theguardian.com/politic...ble-step-down-liberal-democrat-leader-23-july

     
  5. Mandelus

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    Well...
    According to your own UK law, the UK House of Commons must decide by a majority on how Brexit should happen. The fact is, neither is the acceptance of the negotiated deal a majority in the House of Commons ... and also the only alternative of yours and others to a Brexit with no-deal has no majority in the House of Commons.
    Nothing has happened here since March, and every day UK is looking more ridiculous in the political sense ... because this situation in your House of Commons is the only reason you're still in the EU ... nothing else!

    Since all your politicians, no matter which party, in your parliament are not in a position to decide anything at Brexit, so you are finally going out of the EU as wanted from both sides ... came my suggestion let democratically the British people decide whether a Brexit with deal or no deal!

    As I said, no referendum No. 2, whether Brexit Yes or No ... but a referendum if Brexit with the Deal or Brexit with No Deal.

    If the British politicians are too stupid to decide ... the British people are more likely to get a majority for one or the other.

    As soon as the British finally say that ... let's say "no-deal" ... then finally a meaningful deadline can be set at which the UK no longer belongs to the EU. Meaningful deadline because the authorities on both sides need some preparation time, so then the mutual customs controls in the UK and in the EU, etc. run.

    I think, here you can so far agree?

    About the unrest ... well ... I am here for very drastic steps from the EU. Disgusting scammers and blackmailers like Orban, I would set a deadline until when he has to fulfill his contractual obligations, then he flies out of the EU if he does not. Eat or die... end of any discussion with this piece of ****!
    The same for the post communist criminals in Romania ... and also for Italy, if they start to do same bad things against the EU membership contract!
    And if this means a drastic reduction of the EU at least .. then it is this way. Better a smaller EU as a bigger EU with political scum and impudent idiots in bigger scale!

    In general, populists are on the rise ... and that's because the established parties are too stupid to deal with it. If they just plainly and clearly show people what kind of garbage these righty populists spread instead of playing the head teacher to the people and not caring for the people, the Nazi witch Le Pen & Co. will disappear again ,
    Do you think that Farage would have any chance with you without Brexit? He also has only one topic, Brexit, no points otherwise in the UK ... that's why he got so many votes now because your other parties shine with incompetence!
     
  6. Mandelus

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    :roflol::roflol::roflol::roflol:

    Are we guilty for the bad weather too?

    Have you any clue about the topics of the Brexit and the reasons? Obviously not at all .... otherwise it is not explainable why you write such a nonsense!

    It is pure envy that these evil Krauts are economicall yso strong ... if it would be all reversed, the UK is the no. 1 and Germany wants a German Exit, you would blame us then too again to be evil.
    No matter what we do, we are for you the evil Krauts and will ever be ... and this is why we simply laugh about people like you and their incompetence towards facts!
    Facts like the true view on situation of 2015 for example .... why don't you blame Hungary and Orban please? About half of these evil barbarians came through his country over his border into the EU, because he won't have them in Hungary and so send them further to Western Europe. He let them in, not we ... we had to handle them. A fact, widely ignored by you!
     
  7. Mandelus

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    Even as atheist I must now say "Jesus" !!!!!

    Yes ... and I do not say stay ...

    But why the hell does the UK parliament ... who is the legal institution in UK ... not say the UK whoich sort of Brexit they want?
    They simply must say this and the UK is out. No one in the EU hinders them for a No Deal leave ... but then tell this with the legal way through the UK parliament!
     
  8. Canell

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    I explained you why Brexit is happening - because Anglela Merkel invited "endless hordes" of Muslims in Germany. The British said "we don't like this, we are outta here". Which part is so hard for you to understand?

     
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    Merkel did not invite your hordes.
     
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    That's just cruel. ;-)
     
  11. Mandelus

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    Thank you for proof that you have no clue ... but combine your hate agains these hordes as you call them with everything.

    Even likely wasted time to inform you, but please note that this was NOT AT ALL any reason for the Brexit.
    The Brits are annoyed due to another migration as these people ypu think ... it is because citizens of Eastern European EU member states are free to enter UK due to a free movement agreement in the EU.

    And I am over to explain you that you Nazi hate speeches against these people bounce at 80% of peole off like dirt on teflon! Why? Because ypu blabber simply bullcrap here which is not true.
    And if one of these "evil Muslims" does any crime here, then it is blwon up like mad by people like you ... but if at same time 100 locals have done the same crime, yu kepp silence!
    So take you hate on Muslims, eat it up and be happy ...
     
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    Ya, that too.

    Freedom of movement, trade and capital - that is one of the main quatsch of the EU. The UK is fed up with it.
     
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    Than leave
     
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    Thats what they do or want to do ... but their parliament is not able and is too incompetent to decide with a majority how ... thats the only reason why they are still in the EU.
     
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    Tja………….………………...
     
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    Eben :-D

    The House of Commons votes with a majority to a Brexit with the negotiated Deal with No!
    The House of Commons votes also with a majortiy to a Brexit with a "No-Deal" with No!

    So ... what does the Brits now want to have please, saying No and No?

    Aber Schuld daran ist die EU ........................................ But guilty for this is the EU!
     
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    We are talking of a dysfunctional country, which might fall apart.
     
  18. The Rhetoric of Life

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    England'll suck more if Scotland left the UK. IMO
     
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    If Scotland left the UK, I'd want close ties to it, but not as close as the EU wants with the UK.
    I'd let Scotland breathe a little and won't charge them a divorce bill, just saying.
     
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    Yes, but Scotland would be much improved. :)
     
  21. The Rhetoric of Life

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    I still think had Scotland have left the UK in 2014, they would have had to have left the EU too.
    I don't know, I've never been (yet) been meaning too.
    ..
    I'm in that wonderful part of England (there's many wonderful parts) but my wonderful part is a region called London to which I was born in a London borough of the metropolitan area known as Greater London and even from down here in my own London Borough of Croydon bubble much love for the UK able to if I really wanted to, to walk through South London (as I have done on at least 2 jogs and a bunch of times as a young man) to City of Westminster in the heart of our capital, and have links to Soho and just remember the good old days of it all as a lad on Denmark Street every chance he could get to the history I found of my own family's connection to Greek Street almost a hundred years ago, when I established myself on Greek Street.
    Why, there probably isn't a private building in this whole City of London or even City of Westminister that hasn't got my own blood & sweat from The Shard to St Mary's Axe (Also known as 'The Gherkin') to Abbey Road Studios and Facebook/Instagram HQ and if not a football stadium or museum - I've worked on a lot, even rebuilding Soho, which was a conflict of interest for me, but bottom of the pay scale working with men from across the world and the EU, I realise I've been in my bubble for far too long...
    [​IMG]
    You see, my bubble was so cool I grew up a blessed child for location alone, then I remember that London was cool, on a global scale, with many record companies and book publishers and night clubs and jazz cafes in town, this bubble was brilliant, and it only expanded, this bubble bought people together, it was the anthem of their struggle, of their rebellion against Thatcher in the 1980's with the riots in Brixton; Bob Marley lived in London, in the 1960's, Jimi Hendrix lived here.
    If only people across this land can have what I have? A bubble to be happy about.
     
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    The Brits have always been the beneficiaries and victims of a ruling political class that can let you blow bubbles or pop them.
    Theresa May is going away. Pop goes the weasel. ;-)
     
  23. The Rhetoric of Life

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    Boris Johnson seems to be coming and Nigel Farage went off to Europe.
     
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    Johnson looks like an anti-Brexit loser, so the Tories might like him.

    Farange will be back - in October. ;-)
     

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