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Oh Britain, what have you done (part ∞+15)?

Discussion in 'off topic' started by Seanm, Jan 30, 2019.

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  1. HairyHaggis

    HairyHaggis <((((º>`•.¸¸.•´¯`•.¸.•´¯`•...¸><((((º>¸.

    sshhhhh, please. leave us up here out of this. i'd hope that soon we can go our separate ways. we rejoin the eu as a peaceful, cooperative and non-competitive nation. and england can continue on its righteous mission to world domination and regal, glorious empire again.
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  2. tones

    tones Tones deaf

    Why stop there? Back to Strongbow:


    As I've said before, the English have spent the last 800-odd years making a mess of Ireland, so why should they stop now?
    gassor and HairyHaggis like this.
  3. Ragaman

    Ragaman Mentalist

    The last 3 election results saw to this, way before Brexit was a thought in Cameron's mind.
  4. matthewr

    matthewr spɹɐʍʞɔɐq spɹoɔǝɹ ɹnoʎ sʎɐld

    The whole thing is just so depressingly awful. Well done everybody.
  5. Ragaman

    Ragaman Mentalist

    Apparently, rumours abound, May will be "doing a Cameron" & running off into the sunset come June, allowing her to choose her successor to prevent Boris taking charge in a Tory leadership battle.
  6. JustJohn

    JustJohn pfm Member

    My feelings, too. But I can't help wondering if this is the convulsive moment in our history where a blind groping for past glories has a paradoxical effect that finally sees us throwing off the burden of the past 200 years and starting to behave like a progressive 21st century state? To echo some of thoughts already posted, a former senior civil servant I know believes we'll back in the EU within ten years as "smaller and wiser nation". It's a nugget of hope.
  7. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    Agreed if you promise to let me through Hadrians anti-Brexit cordon sanitaire.
  8. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    Without a second Referendum which major Party is going to put rejoining the EU in their Manifesto ? The terms of rejoining will be worse than we have now: it will take much longer than 10 years. In fact it will take 10 years just to finish sorting out the Brexit disaster.
  9. HairyHaggis

    HairyHaggis <((((º>`•.¸¸.•´¯`•.¸.•´¯`•...¸><((((º>¸.

    you know the deal. just leave the string vest and obsession with "control" behind and you'll be very welcome :)
  10. JustJohn

    JustJohn pfm Member

    I'm not convinced she ever was. She was very quiet during the campaign, which now looks like a cynical ploy to secure her position regardless of the outcome. It was all about her and her grasp for power.
  11. JustJohn

    JustJohn pfm Member

    It has taken us just three years to get into this mess. It needn't take much longer to get out of it. Where public opinion goes, the party manifestos will quickly follow.
  12. thebiglebowski

    thebiglebowski pfm Member

    Same here, thought it strange at the time they would choose a leader who was in the remain camp.

    I'm guessing they thought it would satisfy all sides to have a remainer delivering the will of the people.
  13. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    So they did have a Plan B. It was "how we implement Plan A".
  14. gavreid

    gavreid pfm Member

  15. Ragaman

    Ragaman Mentalist

    She would end Brexit today if it wouldn't put an end to the Tory party.
  16. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

    By the same token, it's hardly the thumping win the Corbynistas predicted they'd get over teh evul Toreys.

    Maybe a change to a major policy is needed.
  17. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    Nothing has been done for 3 years, its just limbo running down the clock to jump off cliff day. Most Brexiteers will never admit they were wrong: they will double down and England will be unpleasant for a long time.
    Anyway rejoining whether it is 10 years, or 20/30 years, will not get us back to what we had. Most of the jobs will stay where they have gone etc etc
    There is no upside to Brexit in any aspect of life.
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  18. Marchbanks

    Marchbanks Hat and Beard member

    Not much change overall - except a majority Tory government.
    TheDecameron likes this.
  19. thebiglebowski

    thebiglebowski pfm Member

    I don't think she would, nothing concrete to say why but I just get a feeling she is actually a brexiter.
  20. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    It is exactly what I was expecting and have been arguing, i.e. Labour are clearly moving backwards for obvious reasons, there is no credible alternative (LDs have no spark or momentum despite being right on the key issue of the day), and the worst Conservative government in living memory is actually solidifying their position (or lack thereof). I’ll be amazed if they don’t call an election this year. They’d not get a thumping majority, but they’d likely be able to ditch the UDA and govern alone.
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