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    Default Re: No Deal exit or not, that is the question.

    Just had a drink with a friend here from Texas for a few days, interesting times we live in.


    He tells me the situation in USA now is that many think Trump is OK but the most unprofessional Presidential person ever.
    Most wait each day to read his 'Twitters'.

    Like most of us now he is over the polis, they no longer represent the people who elected them, they now represent their own being.
    He was in Paris the other week end and caught up in the riots, the worst he has ever seen in his profession as a photographer. There to photograph a celebrity wedding but so much of Paris shut off he never got to the shoot.


    Speaking with some of the locals it became obvious the people have had enough. Too much austerity, too much control with nothing for the people.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

    Life is too short to blend in.

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    So the Brexit deal vote is now scheduled for some time in January? no doubt there will be a lot of debate and Bull Sh-t to be tossed around. Then they will vote the as now deal down by the look of it. then I suppose the No Deal thing will be kicked around and likely as not voted down. Then I suppose Labour will call for a vote of no confidence in the government, which they will likely win and force a general election. So the question is if and when a general election is called how many weeks before the election could take place? So what happens to Article 50 if a new government is not in place by then? I know the Queen has no real political power, but it really is time for her to call Theresa May and Corbyn both to the palace and tell them straight to get there sh-t sorted and end this pantomime now and bugger party politics.

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    Default Re: No Deal exit or not, that is the question.

    Johno:


    Gallup Daily: Trump Job Approval
    Each result is based on a three-day rolling average.

    Approve: 57%. Disapprove 33% [Reproduced from Gallops continuing weekly graph. for verification click on site, click on learn more to get current weekly graph to-date (12.16.2018):]


    Following are the latest tracking result state by state from Trump's beginning to to-date. You can click on to confirm the provided link to confirm the accuracy of my reporting: For your convenience I post two from the most Conservative states Texas and Wyoming, and two from the most liberal. California and Washington D.C.. Nationally and accumulatively they conform to Gallop's latest figures.

    Texas: approve 51% disapprove 44%

    Wyoming: approve 66% disapprove 30%


    California: approve 35% disapprove 61%

    Wash. D.C.: approve 18% disapprove 78%


    Johno, I think your Texas friend must have meant the Texas only numbers.


    https://morningconsult.com/tracking-trump/
    https://news.gallup.com/poll/201617/...-approval.aspx


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    Lewis, I believe minimum period required for a general election is six weeks after Parliament is dissolved.
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    What a sorry state UK politics is in. The nation has the biggest decision to make since the end of the second world war. So what is the highlight of the day. Did the leader of the opposition call the PM a stupid women or did as he says say stupid people???

    Perhaps the honorable member who raised the issue with the speaker of the house was just voicing what he wanted to say himself. Or did the honorable gentleman utter the words Stubborn woman. Well as TM said it is pantomime season.

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    #305... If referring to Brexit itself, to the outside world looking in , the decision was made over 2 years ago. Through the smog and smokescreens that have apparently appeared since to cloud the issue which should not be an issue. To most people it points to past collusion between all political parties be it in Europe or the UK. Until the format is put in easy understandable terms of the UKs commitments which appear to most to be at the heart of any dissent, people will be assuming all manner and forms of things. Maybe part of the problem is all the politicians involved do not want known their own handling of the agreement many years ago. Meanwhile the originators of going into Europe sit contentedly , if only hanging on the wall in Parliamrnt with benign looks on their faces , with the title of honourable, where if the truth was known they should maybe hanging on the bonfire on nov. 5th. In honour of The honourable Guy Fawkes. JS.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis McColl View Post
    What a sorry state UK politics is in. Or did the honorable gentleman utter the words Stubborn woman. Well as TM said it is pantomime season.


    Case of the old: It is not what he thought, did not say etc, it is the way he did not say it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis McColl View Post
    So the Brexit deal vote is now scheduled for some time in January?


    Don’t get het up about the reference to a “second” referendum. That would be missing the far bigger, far more important point. This is a Cabinet Minister saying that if Theresa May’s deal is voted down, a People’s Vote would be a route out of the mess.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poli...yoXPgpbzWVrN7w

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis McColl View Post
    What a sorry state UK politics is in. Well as TM said it is pantomime season.


    Jeremy Corbyn /allegedly/ called Theresa May a 'stupid woman'.

    Social media gets on the bandwagon, ignoring the actual /real/ issues we should all be concerned about. Any chance Corbyn /might/ have called for a vote of no confidence in the government - unlikely anyway but even so - derailed as he comments on this non-issue.

    It's called 'Distraction Tactics'. Don't fall for it!

    Instead ask what the government are distracting you from. Then concentrate on it.

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    Give it a Break Please Keith!! With your input of nearly 20% of Total Replies ???
    Gees mate enough is enough. We got this all the time on the Tv everywhere in the Papers its all quite suffocating. Lets wait and see what happens in the New Year Yes!??
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    Closing thread now for Xmas at least so we can enjoy the site , I take this on my own back and if doing wrong please Open it again Brian.
    Thank you and all have Merry Christmas
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