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trekking

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  1. The referendum was a binary choice, stay in or leave. There was no prize for coming second!
  2. The same here. The problem is that we don't have a proper Conservative party anymore, it's full of wet liberals, apart from a few on the back benches.
  3. Well the remainers have plenty of parties to choose from. From those that promised a second referendum and those that promised they would honour the referendum held in 2016, but haven't. Leavers have fewer choices.
  4. Maybe this is why: https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1104153/brexit-news-latest-petition-cancel-article-50-revoke-no-deal-online-leave-march-2019-uk-eu
  5. I have had three Phalls in my lifetime, I'm over 60. The last time I ordered one, it wasn't on the menu. The waiter came back after seeing the cook and asked me "are you sure that you can eat it?" The Phall is the equivalent of the Brexit result, most parliamentarians just can't stomach it. Steven.
  6. At Oxford, Robbins was president of the Oxford Reform Club, a group promoting a federal European Union. Say no more. Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Robbins
  7. Maybe. We come to a junction, do we turn left or do we go right? I suspect that the politicians may have had enough of asking us what we want though. What is it they say about asking a question of a witness in the witness box? If you don't know the answer, don't ask the question. It didn't work out too well for them the last time they asked.
  8. There will not be a peoples vote, stop dreaming. The current labour party couldn't find a bath, let alone turn a tap on.
  9. My guess is that TM will get through any leadership ballot. The remainers in the party will not go for a brexiter.
  10. Grovel would not be a well liked leader, not after sticking the knife in Boris.
  11. That reminds me of an interview a local news crew were doing covering a newly formed club for the local community in Birmingham. It was broadcast on TV, I think it was a news programme, something like Midlands Today. This was back in the early 1970s. Anyhow, the club was formed by a mixed bunch of white, black and Asians located in Small Heath Birmingham. The guy with the microphone doing the interview, asked the leader of this newly formed club: "so you welcome anyone to this club? The reply was "Of course we do, we even welcome the Irish" It is a true story. It stuck in my mind because I used to work in Small heath.
  12. Nah, it's going to take a lot more than that. You can wave your flag as much as you want. I suspect that many will end up on Ebay after the 29th March next year.
  13. I'm not in the least surprised. It's the sort of comment I would expect from a remainer or from someone on the left, fortunately not all remainers hold those sort of views. My sister and brother-in-law are both remainers and strong Corbyn supporters, they still can't get over the fact that they lost the referendum and I still get the occasional finger pointed towards me, as to say "It's your fault!". As for myself, I'm a middle of the road sort of guy, neither right nor left, but I did vote for Brexit.
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