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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 10:19 22 Aug 2019

Are you saying getting the job as Mayor of London and the PM of the UK is easier than planning breakfast?
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:50 21 Aug 2019

What about all those MP’s who blatantly lied about honouring the referendum result during the election campaign? Or is it ok to lie when it suits you?
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 18:27 21 Aug 2019

And the ones who are not classed as a drain on the benefits system but are driving wages down and taking jobs, especially self employed ones on the cheap?
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 16:16 21 Aug 2019

Only 29000 out on their estimates. Experts eh! What other figures regarding eu immigrants are wrong I wonder.

The ‘choice’ you keep on about means migrants can’t stay longer than 3 months unless they have a job. Meaning they can bring their whole family over if they are have a job or even just registered self employed. That is hardly control and doesn’t stop low paid, skilled or unskilled workers coming over.
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at 11:44 21 Aug 2019

BREAKING: Office for National Statistics says it has under-estimated levels of EU migration to the UK. ONS says error affects number of migrants from EU8 countries - which include Poland - since 2016, & has also over-stated migration from countries outside the EU.

As a result, the status of the quarterly immigration figures compiled by the ONS has been downgraded to "experimental".

The ONS says: "In the year ending March 2016 – the latest point at which we have adjusted data available – EU net migration is around 16% higher than our published estimate."

For migration from outside the EU, the ONS says: "In the year ending March 2016, net migration is around 13% lower than our published estimate."
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 17:22 20 Aug 2019

I’ll ask you the same question I’ve asked you before. If, as you say, the WA satisfies the vote to leave, why don’t you criticise every single MP that campaigned in the election with a promise to honour the brexit vote, and not just brexiteers?
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at 16:21 20 Aug 2019

I said we voted knowing they’d make it as hard as possible. As it turns out they haven’t had to, we’ve done it for them. They’ve had no need to fight a hard bargain while we’ve had the weakest PM in history along with a constant battle from bitter remainers trying to overturn the process. They’ve just sat back laughing. As it is now I imagine they are getting very nervous but still hang on in the hope the idiots still trying to block it, succeed.

Davis and Raab never had any influence. They quit because of it. Theresa may had her vision of how it was gonna be an nobody was stopping her, you only have to look at how she kept pushing WA to see that. For some reason remainers refuse to see that though, it’s bizarre.

Being stuck in until all 27 countries say we can leave is on no way satisfying the vote to leave. You know that.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 15:56 20 Aug 2019

They’ve agreed everything Theresa may and Ollie Robbins suggested. If you want to believe they got the best deal possible then crack on.
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at 15:30 20 Aug 2019

And they speak for everyone do they? Most people who voted leave knew the EU would make it as hard as possible to leave and make an example. There was always gonna be teething problems and the majority of voters were happy to take that risk. It’s funny how it’s only remain voters who kicking up a fuss over it.

Remainer “ we were never told about bumps on the road” 😭😭😭

Leaver “ you would have voted remain anyway wouldn’t you?

Remainer “ yes, of course”

Leaver “ well shut up then you annoying little scrote”
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 13:03 20 Aug 2019

Everyone who voted to leave knew there would be ‘bumps in the road’ ffs.
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Owen Jones gets filled in
at 16:54 19 Aug 2019

As were some of the individuals whinging on this topic.
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Owen Jones gets filled in
at 22:06 18 Aug 2019



I don’t condone violence in any way. Owen however, does.
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Long Season for Cardiff
at 18:11 18 Aug 2019

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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 17:31 18 Aug 2019

I don’t know what possibly made me think it was a remainer and now that you mention it, your version of events sounds far more likely. 👀

Go and have a lie down Lisa.

We’ve gone from it being such big news that even a pro brexit newspaper is reporting it, to this jibberish within a few hours.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 16:04 18 Aug 2019

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at 15:51 18 Aug 2019

Well it’s been confirmed that’s it’s an old document written before the new government was formed and extra funding was made available. It’s a worst case scenario which was ‘found in a Westminster pub’ on the day MP’s sign a letter to try and cancel recess and days before Boris meets EU leaders. If you can’t see it’s a timing thing then God help you. It’s yet another example of remainers trying every trick in the book of making things as difficult as possible.
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at 10:30 18 Aug 2019

Well she was an ardent remainer during the campaign and came up with the most appalling WA agreement imaginable. She wouldn’t listen to anyone apart from ardent remainer Ollie Robbins. She knew for months and months her deal wouldn’t get through but soldiered on anyway. Is it unreasonable for people to suggest she had an ulterior motive? I think her initial plan was to get her deal through knowing it was so bad that we’d always be trapped in the backstop, she could then say ‘oh well, I delivered Brexit, it didn’t work now let’s rejoin’ meaning it would be an easy process because we hadn’t actually left. When that failed she went gung ho in the hope brexit failed. The EU were probably more than happy to go along with it.
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at 10:06 18 Aug 2019

Do you genuinely think May thought her deal would get through parliament?

She was the one stating no deal is better than a bad deal. A monumentally stupid thing to do if she knew no deal was monumentally stupid.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 09:56 18 Aug 2019

Have you seen the letter they’ve all signed in the last few hours? They are running scared and trying to get parliament recalled. Funny how none of them wanted to give up their holidays during TM’s attempts to leave the EU because they knew she was never gonna leave.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 09:42 18 Aug 2019

Monotonous.
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