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    So much like we can today then? Other than the...

    So much like we can today then? Other than the bit where we have a significant risk of screwing it all up chasing a massively one sided trade deal with a protectionist superpower.
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    Where's the column for "scheduled to appear in...

    Where's the column for "scheduled to appear in court on accusations of misconduct in public office" ?
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    This looks like a recipe for a hung parliament......

    This looks like a recipe for a hung parliament...

    https://lordashcroftpolls.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/2019-to-next-election-768x567.jpg

    Given that it would be suicide to go in to any kind...
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    BBC helpfully carries the "as it stood" table on...

    BBC helpfully carries the "as it stood" table on all the match reports ... http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46677237
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    "He put himself in a position" -> that's really...

    "He put himself in a position" -> that's really dangerous talk. Quite worrying if CPS really thinks that way.
    "No one dragged him to that hotel room" -> not illegal to go to a hotel room
    "No one...
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    yep...

    yep...
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    1) yep. for the zillionth time, it's not a...

    1) yep. for the zillionth time, it's not a bargaining chip if we want to have any lasting standing in the world
    2) and in many ways that is a major purpose of having a transition period - creating...
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    So the previous PM, whilst heading up the...

    So the previous PM, whilst heading up the previous government, made a promise that he can't deliver (due to not being PM anymore)? Oh what a completely new state of affairs this is.
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    I thought Brexit was supposed to make us the...

    I thought Brexit was supposed to make us the darling of the global economy, a really wonderful place for business that foreign multinationals will be falling over themselves to invest in. Is that bit...
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    Are we supposed to be celebrating because one...

    Are we supposed to be celebrating because one particular industry hopefully won't be decimated? The need to avoid instability on the financial markets is hardly a massive vote of confidence in...
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    3,500 jobs underplays it. Easily add another 10k...

    3,500 jobs underplays it. Easily add another 10k for the supply chain and local economy reliant on Honda.
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    This is possibly the best (worst) use of an...

    This is possibly the best (worst) use of an analogy I've ever heard.
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    That's more of a question for the UK government...

    That's more of a question for the UK government and than home office than for the EU
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    And leavers have the temerity to accuse pro-EU...

    And leavers have the temerity to accuse pro-EU folks of "project fear"...
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    Treaty of Rome. 1957. It's literally the first...

    Treaty of Rome. 1957. It's literally the first sentence of the treaty.

    https://ec.europa.eu/romania/sites/romania/files/tratatul_de_la_roma.pdf
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    Yes, we* voted for it in 1975. *not me...

    Yes, we* voted for it in 1975.

    *not me personally
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    You mean how we spent 2 years negotiating a...

    You mean how we spent 2 years negotiating a withdrawal agreement and then with a couple of months to go we changed our minds about fundamental things we'd already agreed? Yeah we will definitely come...
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    Ok well let's take a few random points in the...

    Ok well let's take a few random points in the article then...

    1) he thinks that Brexit will mean the UK is more like Singapore. OK cool. So then why move to Singapore?

    2) he is "only" moving 2...
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    Don't listen to him. It's Project Fear....

    Don't listen to him. It's Project Fear. Everything will be fine with a second referendum if we just believe in it enough.
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    You still on your 1 man crusade against people...

    You still on your 1 man crusade against people saying "crash out"?

    Even having seen multiple examples of pro-Brexit folks in the independent media using the very same phrase?

    And with the...
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    Sure. If only the prime minister had appointed a...

    Sure. If only the prime minister had appointed a prominent leave-supporter as the minister responsible for negotiating our exit from the EU. In fact it would probably have been the easiest deal in...
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    It looks exactly like multiple existing...

    It looks exactly like multiple existing international treaties and pieces of UK legislation. But you already know that.
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    Just calling it a deal doesn't make it a deal.

    Just calling it a deal doesn't make it a deal.
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    Was your own letter not enough?

    Was your own letter not enough?
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    Well yes, precisely.

    Well yes, precisely.
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