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    Poll: For a deal he climbed down on just to make his...

    For a deal he climbed down on just to make his little deadline :lol:
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    Poll: So Johnson basically gave the EU what it wanted,...

    So Johnson basically gave the EU what it wanted, flouting his own earlier red lines just so he could get a deal done by October 31. And now it’s unlikely he’s even going to do that :lol:
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    Poll: You mean in attempting to pass the EU’s preferred...

    You mean in attempting to pass the EU’s preferred deal? A deal that May and Johnson previously said that they could never accept since it was an existential threat to the Union.

    Seriously, take a...
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    Poll: As opposed to Johnson who's winging it and...

    As opposed to Johnson who's winging it and doesn't even know what's in his own deal? Which is far more disturbing.
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    Poll: And it was a misleading slogan, wilfully and...

    And it was a misleading slogan, wilfully and disingenuously blurring gross and net figures. Just ask the head of the UK Statistics Authority.

    Anyway happy Brexit day everyone, not quite the...
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    Poll: Edit

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    Poll: Edit

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    Poll: Leave aside your fatuous strawman (‘Now most on...

    Leave aside your fatuous strawman (‘Now most on here would dismiss that by saying that everyone who votes that way are thick idiots’), people can be factually wrong (as you proved in your...
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    Poll: What’s ‘getting done’?

    What’s ‘getting done’?
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    Poll: Just ignore it - the stunt will have zero...

    Just ignore it - the stunt will have zero practical effect. It’s just theatre for halfwits like GM who’ll chunter on about 4D chess or something.
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    Poll: Carney is the Governor of the BoE. It’s hardly a...

    Carney is the Governor of the BoE. It’s hardly a ringing endorsement pal. He ‘likes’ it only because it’s preferable to a disorderly no deal. Then again a s**t sandwich is preferable to no deal.
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    Poll: The article overlooks the fact that any extension...

    The article overlooks the fact that any extension would not only enable Parliament to scrutinise the deal but also provide opportunities for Parliament to amend the deal.
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    Poll: MPs were only informed about the specifics of the...

    MPs were only informed about the specifics of the deal on Thursday (and have as yet not seen any of the implementing legislation). Indeed Johnson was pitching a different deal only a week ago. Two to...
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    Poll: Itís in the Political Declaration. Itís a wish...

    Itís in the Political Declaration. Itís a wish list, not a strict enforceable obligation. Thatís all you need to know.
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    Poll: You’re missing the point. The idea of regulatory...

    You’re missing the point. The idea of regulatory autonomy for a country the size of the UK is a myth - in reality it will be compelled to ‘pick sides’. If you think the EU is playing hardball, you’ve...
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    Poll: The UK will always be a regulation taker,...

    The UK will always be a regulation taker, limiting its autonomy - the real question is whether it’s regulation is more aligned with the EU or the US, the other big regulatory power.
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    A night out with soggy in the mean streets of...

    A night out with soggy in the mean streets of Maidstone.
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    Poll: It doesn’t remove the backstop so much as make it...

    It doesn’t remove the backstop so much as make it permanent, albeit applying only to NI (rather than the UK-wide) which was always the EU’s first preference.
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    Poll: Well England, Scotland and Wales will be facing...

    Well England, Scotland and Wales will be facing exactly the same no deal cliff edge in December 2020 once the transition period runs out. It’s pretty unlikely that a comprehensive FTA with the EU...
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    Poll: Because your view of the world (on this question)...

    Because your view of the world (on this question) is black and white, so necessitated a black and white response. There are a large number of people who voted Brexit Party and see this as a surrender...
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    Poll: So you’re chatting s**t then.

    So you’re chatting s**t then.
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    Poll: I’m confused. GM was telling us that it was the...

    I’m confused. GM was telling us that it was the freedom charter...
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    Poll: Do you think Wes Tender voted remain or leave in...

    Do you think Wes Tender voted remain or leave in the referendum pal?
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    Poll: Absolutely - three years on and the cretin still...

    Absolutely - three years on and the cretin still doesnít understand the relationship between Brexit and the pound. I also told him I sold my holdings weeks ago after the Benn Act passed which...
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