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Are Statusquouk Delusional?

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ToraToraTora | 12:55 Sun 19th May 2019 | News
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Spanna Sourby Claims the UK is desperate for their "changes" - yet the polls have them more or less rock bottom

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I am intrigued that the individuals who talk about wanting a 'people's vote', which is short-hand for "I didn't like the result so I want another go …" seem unable to see that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party (the clue is in the name) has a level of support that is going to see it vaporise all other parties in the elections. Does not that level of support rather...
20:09 Sun 19th May 2019
I think they are delusional.
They’ve changed their name, and the new name doesn’t reflect what they want to achieve. It sounds like a pro-Brexit party. No one seems to know what the changes that they want to make are.
They’re missing a great chance to pick up votes from both Tory and Labour disillusioned supporters.
Change UK will be for the future, especially if the Tory and Labour Parties peel members.
Right now the Lib Dem’s have grabbed the initiative and therefore the focus when it comes to antiBrexit and the Euro elections .
It's interesting that the Good Doctor Cable has turned turtle on his stance following the referendum. In 2016 he announced that, although he believed the electorate was wrong to vote to leave, the result should be respected and not reversed. Now his party stands on a purely "stop Brexit" ticket (with their catchy slogan not worthy of reproduction here or anywhere else). I wonder why.
A lot of the reason for that is that people who previously were reluctantly willing to go along with it are thoroughly fed up with the fact that Brexiteers don’t actually seem to want it after all. It’s all very well to say “it’s not proper Brexit” but that is I’m afraid reality. Brexit has failed and failed when reality dawned.
The Express is specifically intended and written for, people with a very low IQ . It is aimed at those with the mental age of an 8 year old ! It even has a 'word list' that writers are supposed to stick to! If a writer wants to use a word that is not on 'the list' they have to ask permission from an editor !!
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ich; "...Brexiteers don’t actually seem to want it after all" - how in quisling land do you work that one out?
Because icy is a desperate delusional. Or on the other hasn’t been reading or watching anything brexiters are saying.



I am not sure if you are serious Tora: the Brexit on offer is the one parliament has so far rejected. Partly because Labour wants to stop a Tory Brexit but also partly because elements in the Tory party and their allies in the DUP have voted against it.
It’s either that deal ok some form or leaving with no deal. I can’t see the latter coming about. There’ll be a referendum or a general election at some point if the new version of the “deal” that’s being talked about fails.
//Labour wants to stop a Tory Brexit //

what the labour party wants (or more accurately, the corbynistas in charge of the party) is a general election, and the fact that this will achieve thwarting of a "tory Brexit" is merely a by product.
Statusquouk.

Spanna Sourby.

Utterly pathetic that a grown man is still writes like a pre-teen.
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so you don't disagree with the names then SP?
Oh Dear , Oh Dear ,Farage has been caught out again, he has not declared that he recieved £450,000 from Arron Banks, also a New Range Rover , complete with Driver , and an apartment in Chelsea Worth £4 Million ,+ all bills and expenses paid for. Oh dear.
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Yes. And he left a shop without paying for his crisps.
How dare he ask for our votes.
I am intrigued that the individuals who talk about wanting a 'people's vote', which is short-hand for "I didn't like the result so I want another go …" seem unable to see that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party (the clue is in the name) has a level of support that is going to see it vaporise all other parties in the elections.

Does not that level of support rather indicate that a 'people's vote' would result in a landslide in favour of Brexit, rather than the imagined U-Turn because people 'didn't know what they were voting for'?

I find that stance arrogant in the extreme.

I know exactly why i voted to leave, and all I have seen since then re-enforces my view that I was right, and I would vote exaxctly the same way again.
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bang on AH, BA, now anyone know what TVI is on about? I know a Tory donor switched to brexit but that's all legit.
So would I, andy.
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looks like Labour are making the lib non dems look good.

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