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Second Referendum Question (Edited) 11:13 - Jan 8 with 2268 viewswestwalesed

Second Referendum Question (Edited)


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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:28 - Jan 8 with 689 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:19 - Jan 8 by WarwickHunt

Bullied? 😂😂😂


Yes unfortunately the signs are all there. No personality, no banter and more than likely no friends. Good grammar and a foul mouth from behind a keyboard. I think I would have runaway as well. Joke of a man.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:44 - Jan 8 with 673 viewsBatterseajack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:28 - Jan 8 by Jango

Yes unfortunately the signs are all there. No personality, no banter and more than likely no friends. Good grammar and a foul mouth from behind a keyboard. I think I would have runaway as well. Joke of a man.


Oh look out! Bantersaurus Rex is in the house!
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 17:44 - Jan 8 with 646 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:12 - Jan 8 by sg1912

There's a big difference between not wanting Mays deal - which is effectively Remaining without a vote, compared to a deal on FTA and medicine etc..

I think it would be more thick for someone to want us to go ahead with Mays deal than wanting to leave on WTO terms.


what happens to British residents in the EU if we leave with no deal genius?
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 17:50 - Jan 8 with 646 viewsItchySphincter

I'm f*cked if I understand this question.........

..... a bit like leavers when they were asked to put an X in the box....



Anyway, It's now blatantly obvious that leavers that still wanted to leave are doing it out of either sheer bloody mindedness or mental retardation.

CLEMENT OUT!
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 18:03 - Jan 8 with 642 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:44 - Jan 8 by Batterseajack

Oh look out! Bantersaurus Rex is in the house!


Well done mate. I bet Warwick is over the moon you’ve got his back.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:03 - Jan 8 with 613 viewsexiledclaseboy

How the actual f*ck is this poll supposed to work?

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:17 - Jan 8 with 600 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:03 - Jan 8 by exiledclaseboy

How the actual f*ck is this poll supposed to work?


You click on your preferred option.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:31 - Jan 8 with 585 viewssg1912

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 17:44 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

what happens to British residents in the EU if we leave with no deal genius?


It’s alread been agreed that EU nationals living in the UK (and vice versa) will not see any infringement of their rights, ‘genius’.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:35 - Jan 8 with 582 viewsexiledclaseboy

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:31 - Jan 8 by sg1912

It’s alread been agreed that EU nationals living in the UK (and vice versa) will not see any infringement of their rights, ‘genius’.


EU nationals who want to stay here post-Brexit have to apply for and be granted “settled status”. Rights of UK nationals living in the EU are only guaranteed up to the end of the transition period. After that they have to apply for permanent residency in the country they’re living in.

And that’s only if there’s a withdrawal agreement. If there’s no deal all bets are off.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:46 - Jan 8 with 567 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:44 - Jan 8 by Batterseajack

Oh look out! Bantersaurus Rex is in the house!


https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/08/dutch-gover
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:48 - Jan 8 with 567 viewsBloodyhills

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:31 - Jan 8 by sg1912

It’s alread been agreed that EU nationals living in the UK (and vice versa) will not see any infringement of their rights, ‘genius’.


This is just not true. EU citizens have to apply to stay. This means that their application may not be successful and they may have to leave. Clearly not the same as 'not seeing any infringements of their rights' as at the moment they have to right to live and work in the UK.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:50 - Jan 8 with 558 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:28 - Jan 8 by Jango

Yes unfortunately the signs are all there. No personality, no banter and more than likely no friends. Good grammar and a foul mouth from behind a keyboard. I think I would have runaway as well. Joke of a man.


Do you mean “run away”, fûckwit?

Stop making a cûnt of yourself. Plenty of people know me on here - I’m not exactly the type to have been bullied, you soppy little twàt.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 20:56 - Jan 8 with 520 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:50 - Jan 8 by WarwickHunt

Do you mean “run away”, fûckwit?

Stop making a cûnt of yourself. Plenty of people know me on here - I’m not exactly the type to have been bullied, you soppy little twàt.


No I meant runaway and I honestly couldn’t give a f**k if it’s correct or not.

You’re the one who’s been making a fool of himself on here for years turning every thread into a farce with abusive and needless rants at people who have a different opinion to you.

We’ve established that:

You’re far superior to everyone

More intelligent than everyone

None of us could afford to live on your street

And now you’re a self proclaimed tough nut.

Nobody cares. I don’t know you but I’ll stick to my opinion that you’re a pathetic angry bloke with a chip on his shoulder. Move on.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:14 - Jan 8 with 503 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 20:56 - Jan 8 by Jango

No I meant runaway and I honestly couldn’t give a f**k if it’s correct or not.

You’re the one who’s been making a fool of himself on here for years turning every thread into a farce with abusive and needless rants at people who have a different opinion to you.

We’ve established that:

You’re far superior to everyone

More intelligent than everyone

None of us could afford to live on your street

And now you’re a self proclaimed tough nut.

Nobody cares. I don’t know you but I’ll stick to my opinion that you’re a pathetic angry bloke with a chip on his shoulder. Move on.


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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:16 - Jan 8 with 499 viewspikeypaul

Jango,I do not know what the rsole has said since I silenced him ages ago. Your best bet is just put the loser on ignore.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:27 - Jan 8 with 491 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:16 - Jan 8 by pikeypaul

Jango,I do not know what the rsole has said since I silenced him ages ago. Your best bet is just put the loser on ignore.

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Fûck me - here’s the other half of the Brains Trust.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:34 - Jan 8 with 485 viewsexiledclaseboy

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:27 - Jan 8 by WarwickHunt

Fûck me - here’s the other half of the Brains Trust.


You need an apostrophe there somewhere, old son.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:58 - Jan 8 with 458 viewssg1912

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:48 - Jan 8 by Bloodyhills

This is just not true. EU citizens have to apply to stay. This means that their application may not be successful and they may have to leave. Clearly not the same as 'not seeing any infringements of their rights' as at the moment they have to right to live and work in the UK.


But but but, EU migrants are net contributors..

So they should pass their application with flying colours, right?
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:09 - Jan 8 with 442 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:34 - Jan 8 by exiledclaseboy

You need an apostrophe there somewhere, old son.


Apparently not -

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0274ytz
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:55 - Jan 8 with 413 viewsfelixstowe_jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 21:58 - Jan 8 by sg1912

But but but, EU migrants are net contributors..

So they should pass their application with flying colours, right?


Nobody in this country is a net contributer if you take into accont free nhs, free education up to 18. That is why the deficit is around £40 billion a year.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:15 - Jan 9 with 334 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:31 - Jan 8 by sg1912

It’s alread been agreed that EU nationals living in the UK (and vice versa) will not see any infringement of their rights, ‘genius’.


That's in the event of a deal being agreed. No deal means we walk away agreeing nothing.

If we walk away with no deal, all UK nationals in the EU risk losing their rights to reside, work and own property in their settled nation overnight.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:28 - Jan 9 with 330 viewslonglostjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:15 - Jan 9 by Ace_Jack

That's in the event of a deal being agreed. No deal means we walk away agreeing nothing.

If we walk away with no deal, all UK nationals in the EU risk losing their rights to reside, work and own property in their settled nation overnight.


Correct. It would then depend on each individual’s circumstances. I had a letter inviting me to apply for German citizenship. Went to the office yesterday and was told that they are fast tracking UK applications. After March 29th in the event of no deal it would still be possible in my case to get German citizenship but it would mean renouncing UK citizenship.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:11 - Jan 9 with 313 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:28 - Jan 9 by longlostjack

Correct. It would then depend on each individual’s circumstances. I had a letter inviting me to apply for German citizenship. Went to the office yesterday and was told that they are fast tracking UK applications. After March 29th in the event of no deal it would still be possible in my case to get German citizenship but it would mean renouncing UK citizenship.


Indeed. In the event of no deal, UK citizens in the EU will be subject to the laws of each individual member state.

What goes in Germany could be completely different to what happens in Spain for example.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:34 - Jan 9 with 271 viewslonglostjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:11 - Jan 9 by Ace_Jack

Indeed. In the event of no deal, UK citizens in the EU will be subject to the laws of each individual member state.

What goes in Germany could be completely different to what happens in Spain for example.


Oops. Down arrowed you by mistake!

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 18:18 - Jan 9 with 234 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:34 - Jan 9 by longlostjack

Oops. Down arrowed you by mistake!


no worries. I'm still waiting for someone to change my mind on the brexit no deal.

I suspect people are now only rallying around it because every proposed quantifiable brexit plan has fallen apart under scrutiny.
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