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    Nobody else posts on this site bar his Saga aged counterpants. This Forum is full of BCAR deadness.
    Which is which, remainers are Saga-aged or next generation?
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    Remoaners still winning the minor skirmishes. 322-306.
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    Parliament got dissolved today, so campaigning has started in earnest.

    Let's hope that this time around everybody is sure of what is at stake, then go out and vote for their desired choice. After that, sit back and accept the polling verdict.
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    Do you think there will be a Govenment with a working majority NS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post
    Do you think there will be a Govenment with a working majority NS?
    Somehow, I think a coalition or working arrangement between two or three parties may prove to be better, rather than one party having the majority and trying to roll out its manifesto in full.
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    I think that could be beneficial, but I don’t think we are, as a nation, close to working together. I was out with a really close mate last night; we are so far opposed in our views on this, but he is still a really close mate. Oh, if our leaders could join into a working, challenging relationship. But me and my mate do not want power over each other. Square that circle in our leaders.....

    Its a tough ould debate and there is not a right answer

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    Ah, well. Let's get Brexit done. Congrats, BoJo and the Tories.
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    This is a far more commanding mandate than the referendum. Do you forsee a deal or no deal exit? For it to be done, within the next 5 years, will, in my view, mean no deal. DC played an absolute binder, keeping Boris from speaking to a minimum.

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    Doh, a deal obviously!

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    Quote Originally Posted by litebulbs View Post
    This is a far more commanding mandate than the referendum. Do you forsee a deal or no deal exit? For it to be done, within the next 5 years, will, in my view, mean no deal. DC played an absolute binder, keeping Boris from speaking to a minimum.
    French President Emmanuel Macron today pleaded with Britain not to be an 'unfair competitor' against the EU after Brexit.

    He said: 'My hope is that the United Kingdom remains an ally, a friend and an extremely close partner. The condition is to define the rules of a fair relationship.

    'We do not want Britain to be an unfair competitor.'
    Read more at: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-election.html

    The reactions captured on the Daily Mail link above suggest that EU-27 are going to sit up and discuss/negotiate meaningfully. Even wild boy Putin is keen to chat!!!
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