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originally posted by: whismermill
funny how people are celebrating these results as a firm proof that the people support the brexit overwelmingly, and at the same time ignoring that the Scottish Nationalist party (which where on the remain side) took 48/58 seats, and in Northern Ireland Sinn Fein and SDLP (who both plead for a reunification with Ireland) have more seats than the DUP.
Bets on how long until they try and impeach him?
originally posted by: Bluntone22
So what do Brit's do?
Elect there own version of trump...
originally posted by: sussy
Yet again the British public have spoken. I applaud you all. How can you have remainers when the BRISTISH PUBLIC VOTED OUT? You can't have remainers... when we voted OUT. This is how it goes you put leaving the EU to the vote. It got voted for and the result was OUT. Then REMAINERS?????????????? stopped the plans to leave with voting out the deals...As they wanted to remain..WTF
originally posted by: doobydoll
Tories only won because of Brexit. Other parties wanted to stay in EU but the majority voted leave. So the majority voted for Brexit AGAIN by voting tory.
originally posted by: Freeborn
a reply to: UKTruth
You hated Theresa May's deal to leave the EU yet you seem to be pulling yourself stupid over Boris's deal which effectively is the same as May's except conceding some points to the EU over Northern Ireland.
Why the change of heart?
It was a bad deal then and it's bloody bad deal now.
And his election could very well bring about the break up of the British Union.
Like most 'traditional Labour' voters who refused to support a party lead by Corbyn I acknowledge that Boris was probably the most acceptable choice from the truly appalling options available to us.
I don't see any of that as any cause to celebrate.