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JustLyn  Female  Cheshire 21-Mar-2019 20:01 Message #4737333
It is interesting Heirophant.

But there is still an issue on how we leave.

Even if you don't go down the hard and soft binary option, I do think it is naive for any Leave voter to think we don't have stuff to untangle with the EU. All because no-one had the vision to predict that Leave would mean more than just walking away when we have so much that has depended on joint leadership for 40 years.

This past 2 years May should have been developing a protocol to transition out. She could have had MP cross-party votes instead of thinking she is the sole person entitled to make decisions for business areas she has zero knowledge of and neither did most of the voters.

I'd be interested to know how financially impartial some desperate to Leave MPs actually are.
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OnlineMSE  Male  Essex 21-Mar-2019 21:25 Message #4737336
The most incompetent G2BW.
I think Cameron and BLiar take some beating.
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Gilpin  Female  Middlesex 22-Mar-2019 14:13 Message #4737369
JL

"CU has not been voted in democratically. He doesn't legally represent any group unless he wins a by-election on his own manifesto. he has no business being included in a leadership meeting."

Absolutely. He had no business being there, the Independent so called party is a Company. All they need to do though is register. But if you do that, you have to disclose where your financial backing is coming from.
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NotHermit  Male  Derbyshire 22-Mar-2019 17:22 Message #4737384
I am already looking forward to the next general election.

I hope they show Anna Soubry's result live.
Also looking forward to seeing Chukka Chukkas,
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Hierophant  Male  East Anglia 24-Mar-2019 11:03 Message #4737475
I see now the latest diversion by MP's is getting rid of Theresa May - more stuff and nonsense that will make no difference to the fundamental question that they have to answer.
I think all MP's are scared to make a final decision, blaming May and getting rid of her won't change that.
We had a People's March yesterday with an apparent 1 million participants, a petition is running with over 4 million signatures, but even those two can't agree on a single way forward. The march was for a second referendum, the petition is to revoke article 50 - two very different things.

At this moment only MP's can make either of those things happen, or any other option, for that matter, but they are scared to commit themselves to anything.
Getting rid of TM won't absolve them of that responsibility. She was crucified for her speech blaming MP's for dithering, these latest events are a prime example of what she was talking about...
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barney  Male  Surrey 24-Mar-2019 12:09 Message #4737479
I agree. The cabinet plotting a coup is nonsense. I doubt any of them has the backbone to do it. And as for threatening to resign en masse that won't happen as they are more concerned about hanging on to the perks of the job.
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NotHermit  Male  Derbyshire 24-Mar-2019 16:02 Message #4737485
Hanging on to perks

This is the part I find amusing. I saw a bit of the march on the news, someone complained, We should revoke article 50, if not we should have another vote Now can we just imagine how this person would feel if, we voted to remain, but the government decided to leave, or another vote?
Its all becoming ridiculous, people died to get democracy in this country.
I am actually ashamed of these people, they appear on tv across the world, demonstrating against democracy.
For a lot of MP's, perks are now on a time limit, they will lose seats.
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NotHermit  Male  Derbyshire 24-Mar-2019 16:06 Message #4737486
Hanging on to perks

This is the part I find amusing. I saw a bit of the march on the news, someone complained, We should revoke article 50, if not we should have another vote Now can we just imagine how this person would feel if, we voted to remain, but the government decided to leave, or another vote?
Its all becoming ridiculous, people died to get democracy in this country.
I am actually ashamed of these people, they appear on tv across the world, demonstrating against democracy.
For a lot of MP's, perks are now on a time limit, they will lose seats.


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