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Forum: Current Affairs 21-Sep-2018, 14:59
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Posted By andy
Yep, this is just noise. There will be a deal in...

Yep, this is just noise. There will be a deal in some vague form because it's in no one's interests for there not to be.
Forum: Current Affairs 21-Sep-2018, 13:03
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
In my view unrealistic; the March date is seared...

In my view unrealistic; the March date is seared into the public's consciousness now - if there's no departure from the EU (in whatever form) by March there will need to be some movement in...
Forum: Current Affairs 21-Sep-2018, 12:33
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
The Russians would hack it

The Russians would hack it
Forum: Current Affairs 21-Sep-2018, 11:57
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Posted By andy
Also, why there is still talk from some of a...

Also, why there is still talk from some of a People's Vote is beyond me. Ignoring for a moment all the tired arguments for and against holding a second referendum, there's now bugger all time left...
Forum: Current Affairs 20-Sep-2018, 16:50
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Posted By andy
I would assume extension of deadline also...

I would assume extension of deadline also requires Parliament to approve by way of an amendment bill given the terms of the EU Withdrawal Act codify the exit date, though I suspect that has far more...
Forum: Current Affairs 15-Sep-2018, 09:37
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
This needs a trigger warning.

This needs a trigger warning.
Forum: Current Affairs 13-Sep-2018, 13:17
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Akin to reading most articles in the Guardian :E

Akin to reading most articles in the Guardian :E
Forum: Current Affairs 27-Aug-2018, 13:26
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Latest from Boris:

Latest from Boris:
Forum: Current Affairs 10-Aug-2018, 15:05
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
No one's clinging to it; rather it's worth a...

No one's clinging to it; rather it's worth a mention as a reference / counterpoint, no? Especially considering the last quarter we had to put up with the 'worse than the eurozone' bants from the...
Forum: Current Affairs 10-Aug-2018, 14:32
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
The better than Eurozone bit. Let's be positive...

The better than Eurozone bit. Let's be positive eh.
Forum: Current Affairs 10-Aug-2018, 14:09
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
I'm surprised you haven't mentioned our GDP.

I'm surprised you haven't mentioned our GDP.
Forum: Current Affairs 18-Jul-2018, 10:53
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
I think it's fairly clear Labour MPs don't give a...

I think it's fairly clear Labour MPs don't give a hoot how their constituents voted in the referendum.
Forum: Current Affairs 16-Jul-2018, 21:47
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Labour support it? You're assuming labour would...

Labour support it? You're assuming labour would rather support an opposition at their weakest time rather than go for the jugular. Also why would individual Labour MPs support a Tory bill and risk...
Forum: Current Affairs 15-Jul-2018, 10:14
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
True. May as well give it a try.

True. May as well give it a try.
Forum: Current Affairs 15-Jul-2018, 10:02
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Latest headline is may saying trump told her to...

Latest headline is may saying trump told her to sue the EU.

Lol. Wtf.
Forum: Current Affairs 13-Jul-2018, 13:52
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
At this stage the easiest way to achieve a hard...

At this stage the easiest way to achieve a hard Brexit is to block the government's proposal and run the clock down to March. There's no incentive for them to offer any alternative proposals. The...
Forum: Current Affairs 08-Jul-2018, 23:46
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
DD resigned. The drama begins.

DD resigned. The drama begins.
Forum: Current Affairs 04-Jul-2018, 07:23
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Balls I get so confused with the grand conspiracy

Balls I get so confused with the grand conspiracy
Forum: Current Affairs 04-Jul-2018, 07:19
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
I've done a word search and I can't see Russia...

I've done a word search and I can't see Russia anywhere
Forum: Current Affairs 29-Jun-2018, 10:51
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Oh I thought it was the morning programme - makes...

Oh I thought it was the morning programme - makes more sense!
Forum: Current Affairs 29-Jun-2018, 10:21
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
I doubt he'll be invited back :)

I doubt he'll be invited back :)
Forum: Current Affairs 27-Jun-2018, 11:04
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Nonetheless, useful to have him on board :).

Nonetheless, useful to have him on board :).
Forum: Current Affairs 27-Jun-2018, 10:53
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Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
If Cameron had got meaningful reform on free...

If Cameron had got meaningful reform on free movement Brexit wouldn't have happened - that's the elephant in the room across a number of European countries. Let's not paint this as a Boris mistake....
Forum: Current Affairs 21-Jun-2018, 08:31
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
Sneaky edit!

Sneaky edit!
Forum: Current Affairs 21-Jun-2018, 08:21
Replies: 1,735
Views: 48,776
Posted By andy
That amendment was balls. It would have amounted...

That amendment was balls. It would have amounted to a right of first refusal and (like ROFRs always do) crippled any discussions, which of course was the underlying intent.
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