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    Why do you think he specifically negotiated a...

    Why do you think he specifically negotiated a clause allowing extension of the implementation period? He is the swamp. The dawn light arrives very slowly in your house
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    Very well. You said no deal I said Norway. Its...

    Very well. You said no deal I said Norway. Its still five years or so till its finalised but you can pay up now based on the way its going. Even if the Tories get re-elected no deal has been ruled...
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    You are a very peculiar individual

    You are a very peculiar individual
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    On the BBC now. Pity...

    On the BBC now. Pity
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2019-50325666
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    No I’m saying plans and proposals often don’t...

    No I’m saying plans and proposals often don’t make it to implementation for many reasons including a change of government or public opinion.
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    That’s not how it works. Major legislative change...

    That’s not how it works. Major legislative change involves a green paper, white paper committee stages, two houses and a date it comes into force if it survives all those stages and a change in...
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    Sure. The previous election was only 2.5 years...

    Sure. The previous election was only 2.5 years ago so we’re long overdue a new Brexit vote
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    Poll: What is so mystical about a vote 3.5 years ago...

    What is so mystical about a vote 3.5 years ago that means it should trump everything that happens after, including two general elections
  9. Poll: Corbyn is an old school socialist, yet Johnson's...

    Corbyn is an old school socialist, yet Johnson's spending plans are bigger than his and would be funded by driving up borrowing even more. At least Corbyn's nationalisation would be largely self...
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    Poll: Impossible to tell isn't it? I imagine Labour...

    Impossible to tell isn't it? I imagine Labour will improve a bit, the Tories will drop a bit but the real surprise will be the number of big individual constituency swings against the national trend.
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    Poll: No it’s the most popular option.

    No it’s the most popular option.
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    Poll: Bercause its the most popular option

    Bercause its the most popular option
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    Poll: Heidi Allen wont be standing because of knobs who...

    Heidi Allen wont be standing because of knobs who think destroying the centre ground and forcing people to choose between two entrenched and extreme tribes is the way to go.
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    Poll: Sad but true

    Sad but true
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    Poll: Domestically Blair was an awesome PM. Overseas,...

    Domestically Blair was an awesome PM. Overseas, hm not so much. The others were largely steady state or ineffectual - both are a hell of a lot better than being doctrinaire.
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    Sounds like spin. He supposedly died by blowing...

    Sounds like spin. He supposedly died by blowing up a suicide vest. There wouldnt be many parts left to whimper. Anyway the Russians have derided the claim that he is dead and said they didnt help as...
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    Poll: When he was up against May - the two most wooden...

    When he was up against May - the two most wooden and grey leaders you could imagine - it was possible for Labour members to convince themselves Corbyn was electable. Johnson, loathsome though he is...
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    Poll: When was the filibuster?

    When was the filibuster?
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    Poll: And he's been proved right to talk to them. There...

    And he's been proved right to talk to them. There should have been a peace, and there was. Now we're heading towards a united Ireland.
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    Poll: Boris would be willing to sell out his backers...

    Boris would be willing to sell out his backers and the Tory Party if that’s what it took for him to be king of the world
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    Poll: Remarkable. How do you do it every time? Post up...

    Remarkable. How do you do it every time? Post up a chart or pic which undermines what you write?
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    Poll: If Corbyn is savvy he'll delay until the Johnson...

    If Corbyn is savvy he'll delay until the Johnson halo effect wears off. Mind you if he was savvy and altruistic he would have resigned already and handed over to somebody who is electable.
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    Poll: Do posters want to see a heavily amended and...

    Do posters want to see a heavily amended and improved deal put to a referendum or the current **** show?
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    Poll: Labour hinting at legal challenge based on...

    Labour hinting at legal challenge based on insuffficient time to scrutinise bill? ...
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    Poll: Even if it passes it wont necessarily get...

    Even if it passes it wont necessarily get implemented. Thewre will be another year of wrangling, and most likely extensions to the implementation period whereby nothing changes.
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