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On 4/4/2019 at 11:11 AM, SteelCityShoes said:

And this is the problem, we held a prominent position in the EU with a veto to use when we saw fit. 

I see the EU is planning on removing national veto for taxation. One of the most important factors defining sovereignty, and one of the stumbling blocks of creating a superstate. 

Probably the first of many vetoes to be vetoed.

 

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1 hour ago, jacko said:

Seems to be hidden posts here that I get notified about but unable to see.

Nah, it's certain users writing a diatribe about how the whole situation is stupid and should never have been based on a simple 50%+ outcome to change from the status quo when it was so forseeably politically unworkable (imo it should have at least required a majority in each constituent nation of the UK as an indicator of unity) 

Then sobering up a bit and deciding to delete the post because it's not worth it :)

 

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I hated Labour since i was young and my contempt for them is even stronger now.

Have an election you Terrorist supporting coward.

I read today that the Eu courts can over rule the UK courts so Boris may be able to break our Law as it is not a European law to leave without a deal anyway. 

I so hope this is True or that one of the other member states veto's another extension.

There should be one simple rule in UK politics - Just do the exact opposite of the what the Lying War Criminal Tony Blair wants.

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or any other tory for that matter

do you not remember that parliament approved going to war with full support of tories at the time?  only a few handful were against it and ironically corbyn who you call terrorist supporting was one of them

oh joy..by the way i dont like corbyn eiether but for different reasons

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18 minutes ago, hakeemz said:

or any other tory for that matter

do you not remember that parliament approved going to war with full support of tories at the time?  only a few handful were against it and ironically corbyn who you call terrorist supporting was one of them

oh joy..by the way i dont like corbyn eiether but for different reasons

Yes, but Corbyn didn't want to go to war against his terrorist friends....

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  • 3 months later...

yup JC and the rest of his leadership was the best gift Labour could have given the conservatives in this election , all the time JC and his cronies were at the helm it was always going to be a good result for boris.

maybe we will now see brexit get done 

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Our walking football WhatsAp group got a bit heated. Lots of anti Tory comments. One pro Tory posted the diane Abbott shoe photo ( which I believe is photo shopped). volley of abuse. Then he got thrown off. I posted, "I'll be voting Tory, but I don't think he should of posted that photo and comment" ( he called Abbott a retard.) I start getting abuse. I thought we were all friends, and I respect other peoples views.

Also ,typical hard left, it was actually only a core of about 3/4 people. As usual the Tory voters just kept a low profile. 26 on the group, all middle aged professional people, surely at least 10 of them were conservative, or at least anti Corbyn. 

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