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The Labour Party position on Brexit


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Just to make it perfectly clear where Labour stand on Brexit:

https://youtu.be/jHwPsdOZUMk

Meanwhile the Conservative Party are in two minds about the issue (other minds are available).

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Thought they'd moved over to the Remain side, thus deserting their working class leave voters in the North, whilst trying to please their middle class voters in Londonistan; pity it won't wash, as their Remain voters will be voting for the Lib un-Dems;  which places them nowhere, as in Brecon.  It's now for Farage and BoJo to arrive at a deal where they don't split the Leave vote. Mind you, if BoJo does get us out on 31st Oct, it makes the Brexit Party redundant in Tory areas.   What has been made clear by these shenanigans, is that Parliament has been found out as the enemy of the people - come back Oliver Cromwell and sort them out !

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On 8/6/2019 at 7:12 AM, Evil Sid said:

politicians breaking promises. who'd have thought it.

as they say "you can always tell when a politician is lying, their lips move"🕵️‍♀️

sometimes they cover their mouths when hiding the uncomfortable truth.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/brexit-hundreds-of-gagging-orders-taken-out-by-government-11671933

 

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It is however about time that we stopped telling the EU how nice we will be. It is now time for them to be in the dark about how prepared the UK will be and the measures we will take against Ireland. The EU knows that Parliament will not agree the backstop but they will not rethink, to behave like that shows a contempt for democracy. August in mainland Europe is just a holiday month so maybe they can still wake up in time.

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Looks like McDonald is actually appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe; as he's now moved into comedy.   He claims that Labour will vote BoJo out of Office in a vote of confidence, and Corbyn will roll up at the Palace to claim the PM's job !    Labour said it would honour the referendum result  in the G/Election;  it voted for article 50 (which is now the legal default position) to Brexit (after two extensions) on 31st Oct.   They've played politics with it for three years, getting absolutely nowhere; so now it's up to BoJo to take us past the 31st Oct and finally put an end to this Parliamentary nonsense.

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Seems Liebour's position has changed, yet again. Forgetting that time's up on the 31st Oct and there's only a take it or leave it offer on the table; they are going to negotiate a "state of  the art" deal (read sell out), which they will put up against Remain in another Referendum.  However, they will officially then stay neutral in a referendum campaign. Sorry Jezz, it won't wash; Labour Leave voters have found you and your Remain entourage out - so kiss goodbye to your Midland and Northern seats.

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Sounds like the politics of chaos when listening to Jezza  & the Liberal leader (look, i've forgotten her name already) ,both have changed their colours more than the traffic lights at Bridge Foot. Any inkling of what these two now stand for is now baffling  as to its reliability. It is to be hoped any election 's best outcome will be served by an alliance between Tories & the Brexit Party.

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Junckers is complaining that the government haven't come up with any plan to replace the backstop, meanwhile he and his mates haven't come up with a deal that will be passed by Parliament. So No Deal on 31st October it is then. Bring it on Boris!

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3 hours ago, Confused52 said:

Jeremy making it all clearer for a Northern Ireland Audience

https://order-order.com/2019/09/19/corbyn-opposed-backstop-trap-uk-customs-union/

 

Ah yes, that's his policy on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays he takes the opposite stance and on Sundays he is open to suggestions.

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