On 13 Dec 2017 at 11:49pm Amon Wildes wrote:
To quote Corporal Jones ‘They don’t like it up’em’ - The Daily mail has gone completely hysterical. Could they be seeing their Brexit baby looking very sickly .....?
On 14 Dec 2017 at 5:12am Shreks It wrote:
Many Leavers are a funny bunch. Ask for something then complain when they get it. They're like a kid who asks for a bike for Christmas then complains they don't like the fact it's got wheels and brakes and a seat. This is literally everything they wanted and falsely claimed the EU didn't allow. It's almost like they didn't think through what they were asking for. This is the UK Parliament doing what it exists to do: hold the Government to account. The Government is beyond shambolic and making a pigs-ear of the Brexit the Leavers want, and they are being held to account for it. That's good isn't it?
This is a moment to be proud of being British. It shows our system working and delivering for us. The Government now has to do better, and we'll all benefit as a result, especially the Leavers, who currently look like they voted for an unhinged act of catastrophic self-harm to be delivered by a Government that demonstrably misleads us and doesn't seem to have a clue what it's doing.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 8:22am Leaver wrote:
I voted Leave because I believed in the sovereignty of Parliament, so it would be completely bonkers to object to the actions of the Tory rebels. Of course Parliament should have the final say.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 9:42am Fluffy Knicks wrote:
I dont care
On 14 Dec 2017 at 10:47am Bert wrote:
The Daily Mail hasn't gone completely "hysterical"
It headlines the actions of Tory MP's hell bent on derailing Brexit and ignoring the majority vote for it.
Interesting to note the only two Labour MPs who voted with the Government are the only two decent and honest ones left within the Marxist led rabble
On 14 Dec 2017 at 11:02am David wrote:
There will be plenty of time for a vote, the other 27(?) parliaments have got to hold their ones and all agree.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 12:12pm A Person wrote:
To Bert: you lost. Get over it.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 12:38pm Blinkered? wrote:
@Bert: If the brexit deal was to keep everything you voted to get rid of you wouldn't want Parliament to block that kind of deal? Wake up!
On 14 Dec 2017 at 12:44pm No one knew wrote:
No one knew exactly what they were voting for, if left to CON we'll be out no matter the cost or consequences (and out only in name it seems).
Let's see what the final deal is and parliament can ratify it or not.
It certainly shouldn't come down to a referendum where people voted without knowing what they were voting for, personally I would put it to the people again before we leave.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 1:44pm Remoaner wrote:
What leavers cannot seem to grasp is that democracy did not stop on 23/6/16.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 5:10pm Mikes motors wrote:
Makes me laugh. Brexit doesn't mean brexit after all and the daily mail is the worst newspaper in the world ever. Leavers were sold a lie and are now being sold another one. Give it 6 months it will all be forgotten about. Result.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 5:15pm Observer wrote:
To: A Person
You won, get over it.
On 14 Dec 2017 at 5:41pm Dexter wrote:
Is the Daily Mail ever not offended by anything.
I love the fact that a paper owned by a Frenchman can get so upset about a British issue. Like a lot of Brexit propaganda, it's funded by foreigners, the irony. Maybe we should get some in-depth patriotic comment from that German fella, Nigel Farage.
Any way, as May had already promised that there would be meaningful vote on the terms of the deal what was the problem? Why the hysterical reaction? It wasn't because she was lying was it?
On 15 Dec 2017 at 11:27pm Goldman Sachs wrote:
We're so glad all you lovely middle class liberal people want to stay in the EU. We're doing our best to make you think the EU is a ovely cuddly little liberal organisation, while we're getting our people in place to make sure it keeps the rich rich. But you think supporting us makes you nice, posh, cultured people... so Thank you very much.
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On 16 Dec 2017 at 9:26pm Dexter wrote:
Lets not pretend for a second that Goldman Sachs have their gruby, greedy & pernicious fingers only grasped around the EU. Their influence is embeded into government & corporations all over the globe and it would be naive at best, stupid at worst to believe that their influence is greater in the EU than in the British government (either labour or conservative). It fits in with your one sided myopia though. If you are that concerned about sovereignty, you should start looking a bit closer to home and drop the ill-educated class warfare chip on your shoulder. You may think you're shining a light on the truth, you're not. You are just disseminating propaganda for some very dodgy idealogues.
On 20 Dec 2017 at 4:20pm hysteria wrote:
The Daily Mail is always hysterical. That's how it got vulnerable uneducated people to vote leave (and Tory/UKIP) in the first place.