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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: SprocketUK
That's because it been herd before.
Our disparity where our treatment of OAP is concerned is rather apparent.
Nomatter which way you care to look at it.
originally posted by: UpIsNowDown
Brexit: Donald Tusk tells European Union to approve deal
Please be true to end this dragged out nonsense, hell i voted Brexit but even I would change my mind if it dragged on much longer, although i do think we should never been asked to vote, what the hell do I (or the majority of the general public) know about the intricacy of international trade deals,
originally posted by: Freeborn
its just that we want our own democratically elected assembly to draft and make laws for the UK and not unelected commissars and bureaucrats whose interests may be at odds with the wishes and best interests of the British people.
there was no good reason to vote for it, not one.
originally posted by: eletheia
originally posted by: tinymind
a reply to: UpIsNowDown
If the Brits are really wanting to leave the E U, why not give up Northern Ireland and not have to worry about a border there.
I would think this one thing would make the negotiations go a lot faster.
Why do they think they should stay there anyway?
Do you get rid of friends and relatives just because things become inconvenient??
You allow people who live in a country to re-unify itself by pulling out the army of another country which has occupied it for a few hundred years. The people will,of course, have to live together, like any other civilized country, but most of the infrastructure is in place for this to happen once outside influence is lessened.
Of course, I am not holding my breath for this to happen. I just think it would be a good time for the British government to find a valid reason settle a very old dispute.
originally posted by: djz3ro
This is the reason I voted Remain, other than Scotland having a different relationship with the EU, there was never going to be a good deal, the politicians clearly had no plan in pkace to implement brexit there was no good reason to vote for it, not one.
The people's vote would be very different if held now I feel.