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originally posted by: SoEpic
I will be voting for his party.
When the referendum was first put to the public, the leave campaign said we would be able to set up our own agreements with other countries for trade. However if we enter a customs union with the EU we won't be able to do that- that's betrayal by the government.
originally posted by: RexKramerPRT
His party will get nowhere. UKIP barely got any representation in Parliament and IMO will get no further. I'd bet that any former/current UKIP support in MEP elections will be beaten by younger voters keen to keep their work and travel options less restricted.
originally posted by: UpIsNowDown
a reply to: 83Liberty
I have thought it through as much as you and come to a different conclusion is all, the EU is nothing more than a trough for ALL MEPs, what makes Farage even more precious is he then claims all the money he says the EU is wasting and only votes for less than 50% of the issues, great value for money for you and I there.
All MEPs are double dipping to give one more credit than the other is not something I will do, English Meps are equal to European MEPs in my mind, bad, waste of time and air, as a leaver I am happy to have made my own mind up rather than listen to an MEP.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: PsychoEmperor
Nobody really has any real horses in the race one way, or the other, or has a clue as to what's going to happen.
Not the PM or MP nor anyone else in Westminster.
IMHO Brexit is a very bad idea, doomed from the start, unimplementable and nonsensical all the way to the bank and back again.
Back to Westminster so they can continue with all this forced austerity.[/quote]
Second thread you have posted that in! We could read the first time
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: SoEpic
We do so need foreign workers, anyone that does not think so lives in Theresa May's imaginary strong and stable hills.
37 billion divorce payment? What about £66,000,000,000 Brexit has cost our people and economy so far?
This Asian woman harbors latent racist tendencies then, quite simple.
Polish are great workers and can and do teach our own builders a thing or two.
originally posted by: PsychoEmperor
Nigel Farage Launches new "BREXIT PARTY"
Farage pledged to "start putting the fear of God back into our members of parliament," adding that "they deserve nothing less after their betrayal [of the Brexit result]."
"I'm angry. Lots of people out there are angry."
Disclaimer: I'm an America but I'm married to a British Citizen, as such I've been watching the developments in that country closely. Especially since I regularly travel there. I have no real horse in the race one way or the other but the wife voted Brexit for sovereignty reasons.
I'm posting this as I'm curious what the UK Members here think of this new development? Does this Party have a chance? Will it instantly become a major player in British politics?
It seems like an ingenious tactic to create a party surrounding the main and only topic every British person thinks about on a daily basis for the last 3 years. Whenever I'm in England, not a day, or hour for that matter, goes by where the news or someone doesn't mention Brexit. Now there is a party that will be synonymous with that name. Of course this could be a double edged sword as his party may be seen as a single policy party.
I'm looking forward to hearing all your thoughts.