Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby MungoBrush » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:44 pm

So Corbyn is going to order Labour MP's to abstain on the Brexit vote

What a gutless weasel

Is he ever going to make a decision on anything?
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Cannydc » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:15 pm

Treeza's plan to compromise with pro-EU rebel Tories faces a crisis less than 24 hours after it allowed her to avoid a humiliating commons defeat.

Rebels believe she personally promised to discuss their proposals to give parliament control over Brexit if no deal has been reached by February next year, but today Downing Street said the idea is not on the table.

The assurances Maybot gave the rebels on Tuesday persuaded them to temporarily back away from inflicting a damaging blow on her Brexit plans, but they are warning they will push ahead if she does not give enough ground.

The row blew up as pro-Brexit Conservative MPs also warned the prime minister against going too far in making a settlement with the pro-EU wing, with the prospect of a summer vote-of-no-confidence looming.....
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby MungoBrush » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:23 pm

Cannydc wrote:Treeza's plan to compromise with pro-EU rebel Tories faces a crisis less than 24 hours after it allowed her to avoid a humiliating commons defeat.

Rebels believe she personally promised to discuss their proposals to give parliament control over Brexit if no deal has been reached by February next year, but today Downing Street said the idea is not on the table.

The assurances Maybot gave the rebels on Tuesday persuaded them to temporarily back away from inflicting a damaging blow on her Brexit plans, but they are warning they will push ahead if she does not give enough ground.

The row blew up as pro-Brexit Conservative MPs also warned the prime minister against going too far in making a settlement with the pro-EU wing, with the prospect of a summer vote-of-no-confidence looming.....


I think you are in the wrong thread
This thread is about Corbyn who is going to keep us in the EU - by abstaining?
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Cannydc » Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:04 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Treeza's plan to compromise with pro-EU rebel Tories faces a crisis less than 24 hours after it allowed her to avoid a humiliating commons defeat.

Rebels believe she personally promised to discuss their proposals to give parliament control over Brexit if no deal has been reached by February next year, but today Downing Street said the idea is not on the table.

The assurances Maybot gave the rebels on Tuesday persuaded them to temporarily back away from inflicting a damaging blow on her Brexit plans, but they are warning they will push ahead if she does not give enough ground.

The row blew up as pro-Brexit Conservative MPs also warned the prime minister against going too far in making a settlement with the pro-EU wing, with the prospect of a summer vote-of-no-confidence looming.....


I think you are in the wrong thread
This thread is about Corbyn who is going to keep us in the EU - by abstaining?


I think you are on the wrong planet.....
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby MungoBrush » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:46 pm

Cannydc wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Treeza's plan to compromise with pro-EU rebel Tories faces a crisis less than 24 hours after it allowed her to avoid a humiliating commons defeat.

Rebels believe she personally promised to discuss their proposals to give parliament control over Brexit if no deal has been reached by February next year, but today Downing Street said the idea is not on the table.

The assurances Maybot gave the rebels on Tuesday persuaded them to temporarily back away from inflicting a damaging blow on her Brexit plans, but they are warning they will push ahead if she does not give enough ground.

The row blew up as pro-Brexit Conservative MPs also warned the prime minister against going too far in making a settlement with the pro-EU wing, with the prospect of a summer vote-of-no-confidence looming.....


I think you are in the wrong thread
This thread is about Corbyn who is going to keep us in the EU - by abstaining?


I think you are on the wrong planet.....


I'm on the planet where 6 of Corbyn's shadow ministers resigned yesterday over Brexit
What planet are you on?
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Cannydc » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:01 pm

I'm content that Corbyn is being driven by his party into the inevitable position of having to announce that the Labour Party has joined the Libdems in agreeing that Brexit is unequivocably bad for Britain. He must agree to reversing the Brexit process if elected. It's that, or jump off the same cliff as the Tories.
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:10 pm

Cannydc wrote:I'm content that Corbyn is being driven by his party into the inevitable position of having to announce that the Labour Party has joined the Libdems in agreeing that Brexit is unequivocably bad for Britain. He must agree to reversing the Brexit process if elected. It's that, or jump off the same cliff as the Tories.

Absolutely. :thumbsup:
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:14 pm

Cannydc wrote:I'm content that Corbyn is being driven by his party into the inevitable position of having to announce that the Labour Party has joined the Libdems in agreeing that Brexit is unequivocably bad for Britain. He must agree to reversing the Brexit process if elected. It's that, or jump off the same cliff as the Tories.


The outrage from the gammons would be delicious if that ever happened, can you imagine the bleating :woteva: :pmsl: as well as being very good for the country of course.
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Cannydc » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:48 pm

Guest wrote:
Cannydc wrote:I'm content that Corbyn is being driven by his party into the inevitable position of having to announce that the Labour Party has joined the Libdems in agreeing that Brexit is unequivocably bad for Britain. He must agree to reversing the Brexit process if elected. It's that, or jump off the same cliff as the Tories.


The outrage from the gammons would be delicious if that ever happened, can you imagine the bleating :woteva: :pmsl: as well as being very good for the country of course.


The gammons know the game is up. They know Brexit for what it is, they know that 'Project Fear' actually undersold the disaster it is turning out to be.

Their faux outrage, their threats to march, the avalanche of BS from our scummy tabloids - we can weather all of that if the right decision is made for the greater good of the country, and for our children and grandchildren.
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:51 pm

A City firm co-founded by the influential Conservative backbencher, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has set up an investment fund in Ireland and is warning prospective clients about the financial dangers of the sort of hard Brexit favoured by the Tory MP.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jun/14/brexit-warning-investment-firm-somerset-capital-management-jacob-rees-mogg

You couldn't make it up. :laughing:
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:56 pm

Love this thread. Lolbourites labelling their core vote gammons and thinking that is a good strategy. Love it. Labour are exactly where we want them as we want them just now.

:cuppaT:
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby Cannydc » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:23 pm

Corbyn's next move should be to back a People's Vote on the shabby 'deal' the likes of Davis ends up with.

Watch the kipper gammons squeal when that happens.
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:29 pm

Guest wrote:Love this thread. Lolbourites labelling their core vote gammons and thinking that is a good strategy. Love it. Labour are exactly where we want them as we want them just now.

:cuppaT:

Poor Vipes - still no grip. :shake head:
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby MungoBrush » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:43 pm

Cannydc wrote:Corbyn's next move should be to back a People's Vote on the shabby 'deal' the likes of Davis ends up with.

Watch the kipper gammons squeal when that happens.


Corbyn's next move should be to resign and let a real leader take over
Someone who actually leads
Someone with conviction and authority
Someone who can actually get the party together

His continual sitting on the fence and doing nothing will lead to his demise
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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:51 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Corbyn's next move should be to back a People's Vote on the shabby 'deal' the likes of Davis ends up with.

Watch the kipper gammons squeal when that happens.


Corbyn's next move should be to resign and let a real leader take over
Someone who actually leads
Someone with conviction and authority
Someone who can actually get the party together

His continual sitting on the fence and doing nothing will lead to his demise

That might result in Labour winning a GE in time for the Brexit fuckup - best keep things as they are.
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