RenegadeFurther

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  1. Brexit: The fallout

    Brexiteers get a hard Brexit and she can tell the Remainers that she tried but the EU would not give an extension.
  2. Moving into a New Built Flat

    So, they are now going to fix the damage in the flat above with regards to the leakage caused by the faulty washing machine connection.. The noise levels with this work will be extremely high. Now if I had rented the flat i could have got some sort of rent reduction.   Does anyone know if homeowners can claim some sort of compensation from the developer?
  3. Brexit: The fallout

    Theresa May and the Brexiteers want Brexit but to blame the EU for it.   What a better way to say to the public when they crash out, it was the EU which did not give us an extension. I suspect May would want the EU not to give the extension as it would save her party.
  4. Brexit: The fallout

      But the UK can refuse them entry at the border if they suspect they will over stay their Visa.    There is a difference can you see it yet?  
  5. Brexit: The fallout

    Take a chill pill.   I just made a suggestion. If she wants to follow then she can if  she doesn`t then I don+t really care.   What has it got to do with you anyway?   Just saying if you need TT to make you feel good about how much money you have then you are a fairly sad individual.
  6. Brexit: The fallout

    The UK checks passports and therefore it knows who is coming and who is not. How many people have gone underground in the EU? The EU have no idea who is in the EU and who is not.   Shouldn't you and fraufruit be discussing how much money you have made on the finance threads rather than trolling this thread. How many times have you both congratulated each other?
  7. Brexit: The fallout

    What do you mean open? Some commonwealth countries still need a visa.   In 2015 EU allowed anyone to come in without any controls whatsoever. Uk still has border control, the EU somehow in 2015 did not.    Are you really comparing 2015 with the "UK is open to commonwealth countries"   Do you really believe that 2015 played no part in Brexit?
  8. Brexit: The fallout

      Why are you quoting me?
  9. Brexit: The fallout

      Brexit happened because the EU was unwilling to control its borders. The chain reaction regarding this decision has only just begun.   The EU parliament will now move to the right and populism will only get stronger. 
  10. Brexit: The fallout

      An election is effectively a referendum.   Are you saying we should scrap democracy?
  11. Brexit: The fallout

      I think Corbyns problem is that Boris Johnson can come in a few months and rip everything up.
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      The withdrawal agreement is still on the table. Future relationship is all up for grabs.   I can imagine the ERG being livid right now.
  13. Brexit: The fallout

      Actually, it would make more sense to make Mays deal the default. It saves the conservative party and delivers Brexit and possibly prevents a General election.    
  14. Brexit: The fallout

      That is what I understood to. 
  15. Brexit: The fallout

      What I suspect is   1) The Tory hard right want a hard brexit. Keep rejecting deal. 2) Corbyn wants a General election. Keep rejecting deal. 3) Lib Dems want a second referendum. Keep rejecting Deal. 4) DUP wants the backstop removed. Keep rejecting Deal. 5) SNP wants a referendum on independence. Keep rejecting deal.