Have we already left?

Scribus

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that's why they are so useless at sorting the job because they are remain supporters
if there is another ref which wouldn't surprise me best thing to do is vote remain as we just as well have the single EU state running the place as our own useless bunch of remainers
remainers caused the EU ref, remainers caused the leave win and remainers have caused the fiasco in the UK parliament since and yet they have their heads so far up their own arses they can't see it all they can see is their own sh!t
Be careful what you wish for. Ireland rejected the Lisbon treaty on the first vote and then passed it on the second,. In between there was the banking crisis that was handled so ineptly by the government that enough people decided that they would be better being ruled by Brussels.
 

MiJ

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w.mids
Be careful what you wish for. Ireland rejected the Lisbon treaty on the first vote and then passed it on the second,. In between there was the banking crisis that was handled so ineptly by the government that enough people decided that they would be better being ruled by Brussels.
I wondered how that mind change had been fixed. Thx.
 

MiJ

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Location
w.mids
that's why they are so useless at sorting the job because they are remain supporters
if there is another ref which wouldn't surprise me best thing to do is vote remain as we just as well have the single EU state running the place as our own useless bunch of remainers
remainers caused the EU ref, remainers caused the leave win and remainers have caused the fiasco in the UK parliament since and yet they have their heads so far up their own arses they can't see it all they can see is their own sh!t
I posted something similar in Bomber’s berk cow thread.
 

Widgetone

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According to the BBC, she is currently on a walking holiday. Number 10 sources say she is not considering a snap general election.

Hope not, wouldn't want it to distract from the MEP elections ;)
( thanks to Still Farming for the widespread publicity campaign )
 

Pasty

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Devon
She is just a tool of the bankers. A puppet with her old man pulling the strings. In the unlikely event that this legal challenge carries any weight, I look forward to the episode of loose Women with May and Miller in the hot seats.
 

Danllan

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Sir Gar / Carms
Would appear this is the case thats why Boris is adamant that where going to leave by the end of October because we have legally already left.
why do you say this all of a sudden ? something new come to light ?
I wish it was the case, but no, probably. Statutory Instruments (SIs) etc.; the date of leaving was changed - legally to May. When that was clearly not long enough, the EU offered the current extension until Oct. 31st. I lost interest in the SIs following the first lot, so can't vouch for there being later ones. If there aren't any, then there is a good argument for our having already left by default, but I doubt this is the case and can't bothered to look. But, if it were the case, then any deal now made would probably be invalid if the UK's correct status is not explicit within it...
 

renewablejohn

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lancs
I wish it was the case, but no, probably. Statutory Instruments (SIs) etc.; the date of leaving was changed - legally to May. When that was clearly not long enough, the EU offered the current extension until Oct. 31st. I lost interest in the SIs following the first lot, so can't vouch for there being later ones. If there aren't any, then there is a good argument for our having already left by default, but I doubt this is the case and can't bothered to look. But, if it were the case, then any deal now made would probably be invalid if the UK's correct status is not explicit within it...
Already left by default on the 29th March with the government not prepared to argue otherwise through the courts.
 

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