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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 13, 2017 6:17 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
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Cannydc wrote:
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Cannydc wrote:We hedged

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Course you did....


did you not hedge? and now you think we should pick up the pieces for you? :kinell:

Bit unwise of you. I suppose you are one of those thick remoaners who didnt know what they were voting for- or indeed bother voting at all! :yikes:

Use this as a learning experience for the future. Learning is wonderful.


Please......no more.....my ribs are hurting.........

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Some fall upon stoney ground. Sad that you dont think learning is wonderful. All that is left for you im afraid is the result. 52:48 :pointlaugh:

All you seem to be able to talk about is the result ... it's all you know about the whole process and situation.
If you knew what you were voting for can you please explain to me how we are going to deal with the new Irish situation?
Start you off on an easy one.


Easy. We will come to a negotiated settlement in the context of the whole negotiation. Or the EU will not negotiate and risk violence again. You are totally uniformed as to the interconnected issues being negotiated or the context. Try and come to terms with being an impotent observer. Your chance to have your say has now passed. Your demands for information are laughable in that you want simple isolated issues simply explained when they cant be as the whole deal is under negotiation.

At the end there will be a deal or there wont. My advice- hedge.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:47 pm

Guest wrote:Easy. We will come to a negotiated settlement in the context of the whole negotiation. Or the EU will not negotiate and risk violence again. You are totally uniformed as to the interconnected issues being negotiated or the context. Try and come to terms with being an impotent observer. Your chance to have your say has now passed. Your demands for information are laughable in that you want simple isolated issues simply explained when they cant be as the whole deal is under negotiation.

At the end there will be a deal or there wont. My advice- hedge.


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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:31 pm

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Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Guest wrote:
Cannydc wrote:
Guest wrote:
did you not hedge? and now you think we should pick up the pieces for you? :kinell:

Bit unwise of you. I suppose you are one of those thick remoaners who didnt know what they were voting for- or indeed bother voting at all! :yikes:

Use this as a learning experience for the future. Learning is wonderful.


Please......no more.....my ribs are hurting.........

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl:


Some fall upon stoney ground. Sad that you dont think learning is wonderful. All that is left for you im afraid is the result. 52:48 :pointlaugh:

All you seem to be able to talk about is the result ... it's all you know about the whole process and situation.
If you knew what you were voting for can you please explain to me how we are going to deal with the new Irish situation?
Start you off on an easy one.


Easy. We will come to a negotiated settlement in the context of the whole negotiation. Or the EU will not negotiate and risk violence again. You are totally uniformed as to the interconnected issues being negotiated or the context. Try and come to terms with being an impotent observer. Your chance to have your say has now passed. Your demands for information are laughable in that you want simple isolated issues simply explained when they cant be as the whole deal is under negotiation.

At the end there will be a deal or there wont. My advice- hedge.

So you're saying you voted for something where you couldn't possibly know anything about anything because the outcome is unknown?
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:15 am

That's exactly what he is saying.

Either that, or admit that he (like millions more) was completely fooled by the lies and propaganda.

So, perhaps for him and many like him, profession of ignorance is preferable to having to admit being wrong.

In recent years psychologists have uncovered a powerful force that stop us changing our minds.

Once we’ve made a decision we tend to stick with it – this is known by psychologists as the “Commitment” effect.

Because of this we all tend to post-rationalise our decisions. So if we’ve voted Leave, then we continue to post-rationalise that it was a good choice. So we notice all the good news about Brexit, and we’re less likely to notice anything negative. Doing this is easier than admitting we are wrong.

And we are seeing a classic case here.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:51 am

David Davis, the Brexit secretary, has been threatened with legal action over his refusal to publish 50 secret studies commissioned on the impact of Brexit.

Lawyers acting for the Good Law Project, which is bringing the action jointly with the Green party MEP Molly Scott Cato, wrote to the Brexit department and Treasury on Thursday demanding the release of the documents. They said that failure to do so within 14 days would result in the issue of judicial review proceedings before the high court in an attempt to force their release.

The 50 studies into the impact of Brexit on different industries were commissioned earlier this year but the government has argued that publishing them could damage the UK’s negotiating position with Brussels.

Jolyon Maugham QC, who runs the GLP, said he would not bring the case without believing it had “good, serious prospects” of succeeding. He said he had received legal advice that the government may have a duty under common law to publish the studies into the potential impact on jobs and living standards.

“It seems to me the government’s reluctance to release these studies is born not of its ability to damage our negotiating position but what’s politically expedient,” he said.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... xit-impact

What are they scared of telling us?
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Guest » Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:29 pm

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David Davis, the Brexit secretary, has been threatened with legal action over his refusal to publish 50 secret studies commissioned on the impact of Brexit.

Lawyers acting for the Good Law Project, which is bringing the action jointly with the Green party MEP Molly Scott Cato, wrote to the Brexit department and Treasury on Thursday demanding the release of the documents. They said that failure to do so within 14 days would result in the issue of judicial review proceedings before the high court in an attempt to force their release.

The 50 studies into the impact of Brexit on different industries were commissioned earlier this year but the government has argued that publishing them could damage the UK’s negotiating position with Brussels.

Jolyon Maugham QC, who runs the GLP, said he would not bring the case without believing it had “good, serious prospects” of succeeding. He said he had received legal advice that the government may have a duty under common law to publish the studies into the potential impact on jobs and living standards.

“It seems to me the government’s reluctance to release these studies is born not of its ability to damage our negotiating position but what’s politically expedient,” he said.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... xit-impact

What are they scared of telling us?


'They' :dunno: have likely come to the conclusion that despite their self delusions anti democracy remoaners arent capable of handling nuanced sensitive information let alone having the foggiest of the context of the debate and associated interconnections/intricacies. I know you dont like it but you need to come to terms with the countries democratic decision and let it work its course. Not one single remoaner has 'the isolated silver bulket' they convince themselves they do. We were asked if we want out. We said 'yes-whatever it takes'. Time to deal with that :cuppaT: ...18 months after everyone else lol.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:49 am

"We were asked if we want out. We said 'yes-whatever it takes'."

An outright lie.

How quickly you forget the Leave pledges, such as 'we are committed to remaining in the single market'

Trying to re-write history so early ?

Sounds like desperation to me.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:59 am

Brexit is turning into a disaster, says Vote Leave chief


‘Theresa May and Mr Davis have provided a case study of grotesque uselessness’

The so-called brains behind Brexit who called Brexit Secretary David Davis “thick as mince” has taken a new stab at the Government for its alleged failings in leaving the EU.

Dominic Cummings told Prospect that Theresa May and Mr Davis "have provided a case study of grotesque uselessness" in the way they are dealing with the Brexit process.

The mastermind behind Vote Leave added that negotiations were in a "dire state" and the UK is close to messing up the talks completely.

Mr Cummings, the former special advisor to Michael Gove, predicted there would be an "inevitable inquiry" into why Brexit occurred, and said that "schoolchildren will shake their heads in disbelief that such characters could have had leading roles in government".

(And that anyone in their right mind could have voted for such idiocy)
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:41 am

Cannydc wrote:Brexit is turning into a disaster, says Vote Leave chief


‘Theresa May and Mr Davis have provided a case study of grotesque uselessness’

The so-called brains behind Brexit who called Brexit Secretary David Davis “thick as mince” has taken a new stab at the Government for its alleged failings in leaving the EU.

Dominic Cummings told Prospect that Theresa May and Mr Davis "have provided a case study of grotesque uselessness" in the way they are dealing with the Brexit process.

The mastermind behind Vote Leave added that negotiations were in a "dire state" and the UK is close to messing up the talks completely.

Mr Cummings, the former special advisor to Michael Gove, predicted there would be an "inevitable inquiry" into why Brexit occurred, and said that "schoolchildren will shake their heads in disbelief that such characters could have had leading roles in government".

(And that anyone in their right mind could have voted for such idiocy)


Lol. Best you start hedging then boy! You do not want your foolishness to catch you out again.

Failed negotiations are my preference. Clean hard brexit. Just like we voted for :cuppaT:
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:57 am

" Clean hard brexit. Just like we voted for "

Keep the lies coming.

Simply reduces your credibility below the minimal level it already stands at.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby wutang » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:05 pm

Jean-Claude Juncker says that there will be an 'autopsy' after his dinner with Theresa May

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10 ... -tells-eu/



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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:43 pm

Cannydc wrote:" Clean hard brexit. Just like we voted for "

Keep the lies coming.

Simply reduces your credibility below the minimal level it already stands at.


Not a lie. Ibvs those who lost the referendum didnt vote for that but through representation did vote for the terms of the referendum. Which was great (unless you are a deluded remoaner :gigglesnshit: )
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Mon Oct 16, 2017 5:40 pm

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Cannydc wrote:" Clean hard brexit. Just like we voted for "

Keep the lies coming.

Simply reduces your credibility below the minimal level it already stands at.


Not a lie. Ibvs those who lost the referendum didnt vote for that but through representation did vote for the terms of the referendum. Which was great (unless you are a deluded remoaner :gigglesnshit: )


Yet another fib.

You really can't help trotting out the porkies, can you ?

The explicit terms of the referendum were that it was merely advisory.

So, to a sensible government it was perfectly clear that any sort of vote that was not clear cut, say 60-40, was always going to be hugely divisive.

How that sort of division, uncertainty and lack of proper leadership was going to do anything but harm is anyone's guess. And causing harm is the last thing any government should do to its own people.... however, this is a Tory government.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:38 pm

Cannydc wrote:
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Cannydc wrote:" Clean hard brexit. Just like we voted for "

Keep the lies coming.

Simply reduces your credibility below the minimal level it already stands at.


Not a lie. Ibvs those who lost the referendum didnt vote for that but through representation did vote for the terms of the referendum. Which was great (unless you are a deluded remoaner :gigglesnshit: )


Yet another fib.

You really can't help trotting out the porkies, can you ?

The explicit terms of the referendum were that it was merely advisory.

So, to a sensible government it was perfectly clear that any sort of vote that was not clear cut, say 60-40, was always going to be hugely divisive.

How that sort of division, uncertainty and lack of proper leadership was going to do anything but harm is anyone's guess. And causing harm is the last thing any government should do to its own people.... however, this is a Tory government.


Lol. So you think ignoring the peoples vote is democratic. Lol. At least now i know if i ever need a fools opinion on something i can turn to you

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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:56 pm

I'd rather listen to your pet donkey than a consummate liar in full flow on a forum..

And the people's vote was too close to make such momentous, unplanned decisions on.

The Leave side didn't win, any more than Maybot won the General election - and their squeals about democracy being on their side simply amplifies their growing realisation of this. They can see that for all their bluster, it's all a fool's errand and the people they support in this now (Gove, Johnson, Davis, May) will be gone soon as blame for all this is heaped on their shoulders. The cliff edge grows closer.
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