all I took away from this was the phrase "Ireland being ruled from Dublin" and that's a fine thing to think of.
Yes to the effigy, no to the revocation of Article 50. Overdrive it and open free-trade Britain.It's a problem for them, especially the Tories. They've got half their head in what's good for the country, and half their head in what's good for them. Any Brexit, and especially a no deal Brexit is going to lead inevitably to the breakup of the united kingdom. First Scotland will vote for independence and then the Irish republicans will sweep the next elections and follow suit. The economy will be fucked beyond repair and all the banks who are only here based on history and intertia will bugger off to the continent. Balancing these facts, the Tories have to contend with the idea that now they've opened this dumbshit pandora's box, if they fail to deliver then the crazy/racist half of the party is going to fuck off to UKIP and that's the end of them until such time as FPTP is replaced by some fairer electoral system.
They've got to try to deliver the softest Brexit or no Brexit at all in such a way that it seems like it's not their fault, hence two years to fucking about achieving nothing.
I suggest a bill to revoke article 50 and to have a ceremonial burning of David Cameron in a wicker man to unite the country. That seems like the best solution all round.
Hmmm. Europhile, supports proportional representation, believes Project Fear...Any Brexit, and especially a no deal Brexit is going to lead inevitably to the breakup of the united kingdom. First Scotland will vote for independence and then the Irish republicans will sweep the next elections and follow suit. The economy will be fucked beyond repair and all the banks who are only here based on history and intertia will bugger off to the continent.
Okay, I can get behind that. Sumer is icumen in, loudly sing cuckoo.a ceremonial burning of David Cameron in a wicker man
Want to see a Trump-like movement? Steal £1bn a month off of the british people and see what happens come next election.Ugh. The fix is well and truly in. They'll try to get an extension to A50 and I suspect the EU will bite on it because it means they can subject us to £1bn-per-month penalty clauses that they were talking about and similar bumrape.
Next thing you know is they will either ask for a second extension, or come to the insane decision to suspend Article 50 indefinitely until they come to an agreement (never).The delay is a scam, how are they going to do anything in the single year that they couldn't have done since the 2016 vote? It's do something now or no deal and fuck off with another referendum, remain lost deal with it.
No kidding. To me, the worst thing that could happen would be a second referendum with the opposite result.Ffs it was so close to all finally being over with that 308-312 vote on no-deal.
I'd be seriously concerned that we aren't actually going to leave, but fortunately we've dicked around so much the rest of the EU is absolutely sick of us at this point.
There are remainers out there who honestly think the genie can be jammed back into the bottle. The think if they get another referendum with remain winning that this will all just go away.No kidding. To me, the worst thing that could happen would be a second referendum with the opposite result.
I don't favor Brexit, but ffs, that's what people voted for, so pull your shit together, UK, and get on with it.
The chance to tell the browns that are flooding into Italy and Greece to fuck off if they're not usefulI'm sorry but I don't understand why this place is so pro-Brexit. If we leave the EU then that means that we will receive less migration from the rest of Europe... and more migration from elsewhere. We're going to end up kicking out Frenchmen, Germans, Italians, Poles, Czechs... and replacing them with more blacks and muslims to fill up the gaps they left. Brexit is going to brown the country up even more, and that's the absolute last thing we need.
And that's not even getting into the economic damage, and the chaos it could cause in Northern Ireland again. Brexit will also mean that we will lose the right to live and work in the rest of Europe without hassle. So we're getting rid of our own rights, damaging the economy, potentially causing Scotland and Northern Ireland to break away, all for... what? Can anyone please tell me what we're actually getting out of this mess?