Brexit: What Happens Now?

Discussion in 'Speakers Corner' started by Loz, May 23, 2015.

  1. Full Brexit with "no EU deal" on the 29th March.

  2. Request Extension to article 50 to allow a general election and new negotiations.

  3. Request Extension to article 50 to allow cross party talks and a new deal to be put to EU.

  4. Request Extension to article 50 to allow a second referendum on 1. Remain in EU or 2. Full Brexit.

  5. Table a motion in parliament to Remain in EU WITHOUT a referendum.

  6. I don't know or I don't care anymore

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  1. You have someone you drink Scotch with.....good for you.

    I don’t know anyone in Scotland that calls Whisky Scotch. Whisky is whatever bottle you are drinking. Glenlivet, Talisker, Glenmorangie. I don’t know anyone that goes to the bar and asks for a whisky or a scotch
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  2. So you won't, or can't provide any answer.
    Interesting in itself I suppose.
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  3. No answers you say?
  4. I think it works both ways, will extreme remainers admit they were wrong if there were miraculously a 'no-deal' exit from the EU and the UK prospered ?

    I also think that a no-deal exit will not happen, if the UK does leave it will be with a 'deal' of some sort. Meaning the argument will rage forever, leave supporters will use the argument that the UK didn't leave ' properly ' if remainers are arguing things have got worse since 'leaving'.
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  5. The UK will leave with a "Deal" that shackles the UK to the EU and which will result in the UK applying for full-EU membership within five-ten years. Everything we have seen since 24 June 2016 has either been leading directly to this outcome, or has been pure theatre to disguise the fact that we are headed towards that outcome.

    The only thing that could prevent this is if the EU somehow starts to self-destruct in this time-scale and the UK escapes, through no effort of its political class. The UK political class will not of its own accord allow a clean break from the EU.
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  6. Shall they look at what happens in the EU in years to come and say “I wish we’d left when we had the chance”?
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  7. Bullies, just like your leader the Finm :eek:
  8. The remoaner cry baby MP’s are going to have a ‘sit in’ to prevent Brexit, pathetic mollycoddled wimpish cvnts :joy:
  9. what are you gonna do to make sure you get yer brexit? hmm hmm.
  10. Not sure what would work best

    A government petition


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  11. I’m going with the flow dude, chill :cold_sweat:
  12. see exe, allan knows what to do. you could learn a lot from him
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  13. I asked a genuine question first
    No brexiteer on here can or will provide any answer. The only response has been "like yeah, but what about you", and to be called a drama queen. The brexiteers behaving as is there want, by turning purpler, jamming their fingers further into their ears, and screaming louder.
    They mistake aggression, passive or otherwise, for wit, and are too smug and ignorant to even begin to debate intelligently with.
    They add nothing of interest, and it's pointless even trying to engage.
    Personally, I really like being part of an open EU, am perfectly happy to pay more tax to allow freedom of movement (I love meeting Europeans working here), I think the eu has been a huge force for good, and think the citizens of the UK get far more out than they put in. Would anything change my mind? Perhaps the breakdown of the EU itself, but from a financial viewpoint no. Independence of Scotland and reunification of Ireland would make me consider it worthwhile perhaps.
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  14. Fair enough, and I agree the EU has been a force for good, the key word being has - reminds me of the trade unions in the UK, they were a force for good but ' went too far ' ( can't think of a better way of putting it).

    My point is, what is the difference, there are people on both sides of the argument that will never admit they were wrong.

    What answer are you looking for ? I would be happy to admit I was wrong about leaving the EU if it proved to be the case, but no-one knows yet.
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  15. If what proved to be the case?
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  16. If it proved to be a disaster for the UK in some way.
  17. Very rude and very very misguided :eek:
  18. Now you are just being silly :eek:
  19. Define "disaster"