Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
:sunglasses: 36.4 % ❤ 1.8 % :thumbsup: 5.5 % :grinning: 32.7 % 🙏 1.8 % 😟 21.8 %
mattomac wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:52 pm
That's the problem....

No one actually did vote for May's deal, the 26% of the population that did vote to leave did not vote for May's agreement. May's agreement is what she achieved out of red lines set by.... err May.
And steered by th DUP and ERG, neither of whom struck a high profile during the campaign.

It's becoming increasingly clear that there are an infinite number of Brexits, so many that the brexiteers cannot agree on what they meant, and are fighting like ferrets in a sack.
If around 300 MPs cannot agree, then how many different Brexits did the "Biggest vote evah!!" envisage.

People who phone up news shows and proclaim that "This is exactly the Brexit I voted for" are rather poor liars.
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Boiler wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:45 pm
The kind of Brexit they voted for probably meant they could take holidays in Europe without hassle but kept the forrins out.
Which, as has already been discussed here at length, means "jetting off" to Austria in pursuit of a Rabbit Brexit.
Enjoy your best ever roast chicken, you ungrateful bastards.


How's the Foie gras, Jake?
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