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TOPIC: The Brexit Party

The Brexit Party 01 Apr 2019 20:12 #1

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As far as I'm concerned I'm with Farage, and it;s not a Left Right concept it's about stopping these cunts from fucking us over.

I happen to know that George Galloway (a renowned Lefty) is in tune with Farage on the Brexit matter.

It's like the Left and the Right both want Brexit (no deal) but the Centrists have taken over. .

Look up.
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The Brexit Party 01 Apr 2019 20:49 #2

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Blair/Cameron etc are the problem, along with all their tools. The EU is all about Centralisation.
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The Brexit Party 01 Apr 2019 21:05 #3

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I wonder if Brexit party will ensure a labour landslide?


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The Brexit Party 01 Apr 2019 22:28 #4

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I don't think Corbyn will ever be PM, I'm thinking Tom Watson will get shoo'd in at some point and then they've got more of a chance, as he's 'reasonable'.
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The Brexit Party 01 Apr 2019 23:58 #5

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You can't fix stupid
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The Brexit Party 02 Apr 2019 02:47 #6

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Hey Nige you should have stuck at the helm of UKIP, I vote for them but they seem to have lost their way a bit.
But anyway, as I'm a Brexiteer I'll vote for your Brexit party the first chance I get
..:)
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The Brexit Party 02 Apr 2019 10:20 #7

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Theresa May fucked it up from the get go, not many people seem to remember but the EU did offer a trade deal early on, ie Britain being out of the EU with an overall free trade deal that suits both entities economically but without the legislative powers.. That would have suited most people that wanted to leave.

She turned it down because she wanted to remain better connected with the EU than that.
Shanker Singham is an international trade policy expert, a trade and competition lawyer who has advised US politicians and administrations on trade, competition and regulatory issues. Later today, at a meeting with various Brexiteer MPs and the DUP, he is presenting a revised proposed deal which builds on the free trade agreement he says the EU was previously prepared to offer.

According to him, while the EU was prepared to offer an advanced free trade agreement which would work for the complex supply chains in the EU-28, the UK insisted on incorporating parts of the single market and customs union. There would be differences in a free trade agreement, of course, but just-in-time supply chains flourish inside such agreements, particularly very liberalising ones like NAFTA or the Australia-New Zealand deal. But the UK wanted to keep in alignment to some extent with the EU.
briefingsforbrexit.com/now-for-a-free-trade-deal/
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The Brexit Party 02 Apr 2019 10:39 #8

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Nick Boles has quit the Conservatives. I doubt he'll join Farage though.

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