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BANGKOK 14 December 2018 06:25
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Britain can end Brexit unilaterally, EU court advisor says

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Just do it, it takes far too long now.

 

And if they want to stay than pay for ALL the wasted time and we go on like nothing happened.

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13 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Put the decision to the electorate.

Possibly, but lets get B-B-Brexit out of the way first 🤭

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4 minutes ago, Enoon said:

Unless the Party that does it was elected to power on the promise that it would do everything it could to prevent the UK leaving.

Unlikely to happen before 29 March.

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49 minutes ago, 3NUMBAS said:

they will do anything to cling on to the monthly remittances and easy money from UK to fund their lavish lifestyle ..but no reverse without a bloodbath of dead MPs to add to joe cox from angry brexiteers who will raise a civil war ..\MPs will be hung from lamposts for dictatorship

 

Not if it is done on the instructions of a people's vote ... a democratic vote that supersedes the previous one.

 

I'd be surprised to see zimmer frames through Waitrose's window though, those dotard leavers need them to get themselves about. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Do you remember when George W was president? Everybody thought it can't get worse.

And then came Trump.

It can get worse! 62 million Americans voted for Trump. His character and his not existing qualification was all over the news and nobody could miss it. And they still voted for him...

Alex Jones will be 46, it's possible.

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3 minutes ago, AlexRich said:

Not if it is done on the instructions of a people's vote ... a democratic vote that supersedes the previous one.

It seems there is still a possibility that the majority would again vote for Brexit.

One would think they had two years to realize Brexit just does not make any sense...

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1 minute ago, OneMoreFarang said:

It seems there is still a possibility that the majority would again vote for Brexit.

One would think they had two years to realize Brexit just does not make any sense...

 

I think there is a hard core who don't think they would lose anything from it, but most people with jobs, mortgages, businesses are more inclined towards some sort of deal or remain. So I think they'd lose by a bigger margin than they won previously.

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