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Letwin Ammendment Passes
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web censure pro brexit
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May Having Talks With Bre...
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EU grants May conditional...
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ERG On Vote Strike.
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Speculation about General...
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  Letwin Ammendment Passes
Posted by: IanWhann - 11 hours ago - Forum: Pro remain Discussions - No Replies

The Ammendment tabled by Sir Oliver Letwin has been approved, paving the way for invicitive votes to be held on Wednesday Evening.

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  web censure pro brexit
Posted by: jeannin - Yesterday, 07:05 PM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - Replies (1)

iHello
I m french and i am for the brexit  , but the web  censure all my search about people who are for brexit , that's the reason why i  register here!
I don't want to try facebook .
 i tryed  to make a " petition"  on website " mesopinions.com" but they don't show it !
on the tv they never ask britain's  people for the brexit it is always britain's  people, " may be deutstch speaking english",  against brexit !!
Well what can i do ?  i want  a frexit

European union is a disaster , too much law against people. Agressive corrupted politic , i don't want that , and  we loose our money ! you are lucky in UK to save your money 

i eard that Britain governement can't stand Juncker ,  i think there a problem political with this man

Where is Nigel farradge ?

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  RSS
Posted by: CommonWealth - Yesterday, 02:23 AM - Forum: Suggestions and Announcements - No Replies

Is there a way to make the RSS show the latest posts rather than only new posts.

Also the forum used to have a latest post link. It was what I used all the time. This new forum doesn't appear to have this function. Why not?

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  May Having Talks With Brexiteers at Chequers
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-24-2019, 12:35 PM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (4)

PM Theresa May is holding talks with leading Brexiteers including Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees Mogg and David Davis as speculation about her future mounts.

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  EU grants May conditional an unconditional extensions
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-22-2019, 10:01 AM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - No Replies

The EU at their summit last night granted May a technical extension until May provided that her deal gets approved this week. If it does not, there will be an unconditional extension until 12th April.

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  ERG On Vote Strike.
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-20-2019, 05:08 PM - Forum: General Brexit Discussions - Replies (1)

If May agrees to a long extension to the leaving date members of the ERG have said they will go on vote strike. Effectively ensuring Mays deal does not get a majority.

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  Speculation about General Election
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-20-2019, 03:10 PM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (1)

Media speculation is increasingly reporting that Theresa May may call a general election later today as the reason for the EU to grant an extention to article 50

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  1000 Days After Voting To Leave The EU
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-20-2019, 01:16 PM - Forum: General Brexit Discussions - No Replies

And we're still no closer.

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  We'll Be OK Under No Deal Terms!
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-20-2019, 01:09 PM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - No Replies

We have two new agreements with Iceland and Noway in place if we leave under 'No Deal'!

These agreements join the agreement in place with Liechtenstein!

Where'd I put mi glasses?

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  Barnier Rules Out Extention Without A Reason
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-19-2019, 05:00 PM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (4)

Michelle Barnier has ruled out giving Theresa may an extension to article 50 unless she can come up with a good enough reason to do so.

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