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  • ZEE
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  • pchang
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    I’m sorry, but that GIF looks like and angry red penis (with swollen scrotum) constantly going from erect to flaccid.

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  • Proteus_MST
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    Well, all the UK wants is to get rid of all EU membership costs ... get rid of all restrictions/obligations by EU law ...and still remain in the EU free trade zone ... still get all EU subsidies into UK businesses and municipalities ... and also still have a say in EU politics.

    Is granting all this really asked too much for the EU?

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  • BeBro
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    It doesn't seem like there is any really good outcome in the near future. No deal is expected to damage everyone, significantly the UK. It might get better long-term, but the price on this is coming in short-term, so it's a big question if ppl accept this for a "but long-term we're so much better off" - which may be true or not, we simply don't know yet.

    A deal may just work fine to limit economical damage, but any deal that keeps the UK closer to the EU may deepen political divide in Britain over this so that this becomes a never-ending issue in the UK.

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  • pchang
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    The current Brexit deal is pretty much a 2 year extension of the status quo. After that, who knows?

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  • spambot
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    We should just annex Britain, that will solve their economic woes.

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  • Dinner
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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.for...r-the-u-k/amp/

    This "deal" is just total garbage and needs to be thrown in the trash. No deal truly is a much better option.

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  • Dauphin
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    That 40 plus years of gas-lighting has done a number on a lot, possibly most, of them.

  • pchang
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    What does this say about the people who voted to leave?

  • Aeson
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    #noBrexitationWithoutRepresentation ... start dumping the tea lads!

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  • Dauphin
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    Leave politicians seem to be all numpties.

    Nadine Dorries - upset Britain won't have MEPs or Commissioners.
    Dominic Raab - Former Brexit Secretary- discovered that apparently Dover is an important port.
    David Davies - Former Brexit Secretary - thinks that no deal Brexit means you still have a transition period.
    Liam Fox - Easiest Trade Deal in History
    Reese-Mogg - Can't even organize 48 people to follow him.

    yada yada yada

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  • BeBro
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    Interesting thoughts from a brexiter

    (...) This deal gives us no voice, no votes, no MEPs, no commissioner. (...)
    This is one of these moments when you don't know if you should react amused, shocked, or just sad.

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  • pchang
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    Our words are backed with nuclear weapons - that is the only response that really matters.

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  • BlackCat
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    Interesting thoughts from a brexiter

    Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been slammed by arch-leave MP Nadine Dorries – because it means the UK will be left without any Members of the European Parliament.

    The Tory backbencher, who campaigned tirelessly to get the country out of Europe, said Ms May's deal would leave the UK without any influence in Europe.

    “This is a very sad place to be,” she told Sky News. “But unfortunately, the future of the country and of our relationship with Europe is at stake. This deal gives us no voice, no votes, no MEPs, no commissioner.”

    Her words were met with astonishment online.

    “Ladies and gentlemen, this is the quality of our politicians right now,” one Twitter user noted. “The intellect of a boiled cabbage.”
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  • BeBro
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    That was because noone had email back then

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