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    O/T Jeremy corbyn

    the pensioner who think he can run the country inbtween afternoon naps is basing his election policy on going against the country wishes by saying he will not come out the eu with a no deal.

    so In other words he is going to screw England over.
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    Very succinctly put and with the aid of alcohol by the look of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattylallacks2 View Post
    Very succinctly put and with the aid of alcohol by the look of it.
    Didnít realise that Corbyn hit the bottle.

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    After 3 years of Tory lies - deceit - self indulgent infighting during which time they have been found in contempt of the house and "the leader" has tried to sell us out by force feeding us "the deal" which allows the EU to secrete their laws onto our statute books without parliamentary scrutiny and - as a "deal" is nothing less than a surrender document to an German lead EU.

    And you have the ordacity to make statements like that.

    Remainiacs are the British version of the Vischy French - willing to hand power to our great country in the misconception that the EU will reward their "friends" - well they won't - remainiacs will suffer like the rest when the German lead EU use our money to support EU businesses like Belgium steel (that we import) at the cost of such as British Steel - the tip of the iceberg.

    Leave with WTO and make Britain great again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Didn’t realise that Corbyn hit the bottle.
    Only with Boothy's head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattylallacks2 View Post
    Only with Boothy's head
    I name this ship........

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    Quote Originally Posted by welovebooth View Post
    the pensioner who think he can run the country inbtween afternoon naps is basing his election policy on going against the country wishes by saying he will not come out the eu with a no deal.

    so In other words he is going to screw England over.
    There is not a single bit of evidence to suggest the UK population wants us to leave without a deal, and a huge amount of evidence to suggest they don't want us to believe without a deal. I suggest anyone who believes the nation wants to leave without a deal is living in a bubble and might want to look at some opinion polls.

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    Any deal will be toxic and WTO trading will result in an acceptable deal but only after we're free - like we - the enlightened - voted for !

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    Nasty shouty side coming out again there Jezza, keep it hidden until the election mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLadonOS View Post
    A win is a win I guess but I certainly wouldn't be celebrating too much in all honesty if I was Corbyn .

    I certainly don't think Labour can win a GE at the moment with a majority , not a chance .

    Going on raging's claim the party are set lose 35% of their historical vote , even 20% would hurt them massively .

    They actually need to gain 20% whilst holding on to the voters they attracted at the last GE , never going to happen .

    The only thing I saw in the Peterborough bye election was that when push comes to shove Labour isn't a government in waiting and that voters will probably stick to the tories as a better of two evils gig .

    The problem I see for Labour whilst it's right to campaign on an anti austerity ticket , inequality and the losers in capitalism there isn't enough of the electorate affected to turn that in to a majority Labour Government .

    Which isn't to say millions of people aren't affected its just where they are concentrated doesn't aid the Labour cause and where they are affected they could quite easily turn the other way and go far right .

    Rightly or wrongly Corbyn's project had a one election shelf life and that times gone , brexit has killed that enthusiasm off and made other issues the under card on the bill .

    New life needs injecting in to the Labour Party , it's already looking spent under Corbyn .

    In a contest in the UK for the best of two evils then the Tories tend to have the historical upper hand , the Major triumph over Kinnock and the Cameron win over Ed Miliband are your reference .

    With the historical Labour areas under stress and middle England not convinced you should know the rest as painful as that is to bear .

    But it is an historical fact .

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLadonOS View Post
    Oh dear indeed.

    Other than Mr Shouty having a rant the real question is do they ever learn?

    The winning Labour candidate has leanings towards anti-semitism, something that Mr Shouty claims doesnít happen in the Labour Party

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    There is not a single bit of evidence to suggest the UK population wants us to leave without a deal, and a huge amount of evidence to suggest they don't want us to believe without a deal. I suggest anyone who believes the nation wants to leave without a deal is living in a bubble and might want to look at some opinion polls.
    Theres no such thing as leaving without a deal, theres also a lot rubbish spoken about how it will affect people financially

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    Quote Originally Posted by gm_gm View Post
    Theres no such thing as leaving without a deal, theres also a lot rubbish spoken about how it will affect people financially
    Crashing out on WTO terms if you'd prefer to call it that, and there's masses of evidence on how tariffs would hurt businesses and lead to job losses, thw mere threat of it has seen our car manufacturing plummet and British Steel face liquidation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    Crashing out on WTO terms if you'd prefer to call it that, and there's masses of evidence on how tariffs would hurt businesses and lead to job losses, thw mere threat of it has seen our car manufacturing plummet and British Steel face liquidation.
    There isnt any evidence what so ever as it hasnt happened yet, to prove this you would need to produce evidence you have invented a time machine.

    The car industry is in turmoil in every EU country due to other factors.

    Our future prosperity will be built on individual companies who trade and not deals made by governments or the EU, its a complete myth being propagated through channels who have self interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    Crashing out on WTO terms if you'd prefer to call it that, and there's masses of evidence on how tariffs would hurt businesses and lead to job losses, thw mere threat of it has seen our car manufacturing plummet and British Steel face liquidation.
    Biggest load of bull Iíve ever read on here.

    Who is feeding you this tripe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    Crashing out on WTO terms if you'd prefer to call it that, and there's masses of evidence on how tariffs would hurt businesses and lead to job losses, thw mere threat of it has seen our car manufacturing plummet and British Steel face liquidation.
    There is no evidence at all because it has never been done before so stop putting things up that have no base of truth to them.

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    The motor industry is going through a tough time. There is a huge investment needed to change to electric engines. Many alliances being formed to offset development cost.

    The evidence is starting to build that manufacturers are leaving the UK. Investment in UK car industry is down 80%. Maybe not all be down to Brexit - but it is a factor (you cant ignore what the likes of Honda and Toyota are saying). Its a clear sign they are not looking to develop new models over here.

    Given we have a highly skilled workforce why do you think they are ignoring Britain?

    Its mounting up. Banking, Insurance, Steel, Aircraft, Cars, JCB, Dyson - all re positioning away from Britain. I think its worrying times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLadonOS View Post
    There is no evidence at all because it has never been done before so stop putting things up that have no base of truth to them.
    Ffs Big lad - are you too dumb to get it.

    Its an undoubted fact that tariffs will hurt importers. If we apply tariffs to EU imports where they did not exist before, it will be a new cost to businesses, cash flow money that will need to found.

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    Note this article

    https://www.theguardian.com/business...rger-collapses

    I deliberately picked the Guardian because some posters on here think it's the bible of truth, but it's equally been reported elsewhere

    Note the comment blaming the French government and note who is the biggest shareholder in Renault.

    Within EU rules? - Questionable

    Protectionism - Definitely

    ...and those folks that are anti-Trump and deals with the USA, Fiat-Crysler is part US owned.
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