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  Grin
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09:50 22.07.2018
Hi, sorry for not replying for so long.

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Boris didn't need to resign over May's proposals it now turns out
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Maybe Boris just felt tired of this mess people call Brexit?

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> how many unnecessary U turns and compromises she has already been prepared to take — can anyone in Brussels, the UK or indeed elsewhere — take that woman seriously? I doubt it
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Brits expected her to be more tuff with EU for sure. Any ideas why she failed your expectactions?

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> no other country for the next few generations would dare to follow the UK's example
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This. I think that can be a main reason for the mess in Brexit. They are afraid other deleloped countries in EU will leave it (or make a Brexit like deal).
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  Grin
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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> By the way, BBC is facing the accusations of pro EU bias now.
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Actually, I believe BBC is biased towards EU. They have supported globalist agenda and narratives earlier. Brexit is not what globalists whant to happen.
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Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Maybe Boris just felt tired of this mess people call Brexit?
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Boris wants the Prime Minister's job. Everything he does — is for that. It's too long to explain the British politics to the likes of you (sorry I don't mean to put you down, but you really don't know the score here at all and it is a long long story).
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10:09 22.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Actually, I believe BBC is biased towards EU.
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It is and it always has been and BBC is confronting a lot of accusations of pro EU bias. They are gonna face a public enquiry over it

BBC ‘hardline' bias brackets Brexiteers with extremism

http://news-watch.co.uk/

The public is complaining in droves

Help stop EU bias
bbccomplaints.com/
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10:23 22.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Brits expected her to be more tuff with EU for sure. Any ideas why she failed your expectactions?
quoted1

I personally never expected anything sensible from that twat. Neither did anyone I know. As far as I remember, when she was elected it was you that was saying that she was better than Cameron and that — better class — and I told you she wasn't.
The good news is she doesn't have all the power here like your Putin in Russia, so doesn't make key decisions. With Brexit — it's pretty much up to the public here and the Parliament. The decision is too important.
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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Brits expected her to be more tuff with EU for sure. Any ideas why she failed your expectactions?
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> I personally never expected anything sensible from that twat. Neither did anyone I know. As far as I remember, when she was elected it was you that was saying that she was better than Cameron and that — better class — and I told you she wasn't.
> The good news is she doesn't have all the power here like your Putin in Russia, so doesn't make key decisions. With Brexit — it's pretty much up to the public here and the Parliament. The decision is too important.
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Btw https://twitter.com/ru_rbc/status/10209419845029...

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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> They are gonna face a public enquiry over it
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I doubt it will prevent them from being biased as f
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11:14 22.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Brits expected her to be more tuff with EU for sure. Any ideas why she failed your expectactions?
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> I personally never expected anything sensible from that twat. Neither did anyone I know. As far as I remember, when she was elected it was you that was saying that she was better than Cameron and that — better class — and I told you she wasn't.
> The good news is she doesn't have all the power here like your Putin in Russia, so doesn't make key decisions. With Brexit — it's pretty much up to the public here and the Parliament. The decision is too important.
quoted1
As far as I remember you have agreed earlier that she is more tough than Cameron. But it is normal to change your point of view according to the course of events.
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11:18 22.07.2018
gtg now, cya later)
have a nice day
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12:26 22.07.2018
Grin (25771),

BBC for the first time (they only aired extracts from his speech before, today - full version) are playing today the full version of Farage's speech (UKIP was elected to represent us in the EU ages ago, they have had the majority for ages)

This was 2 years ago, straight after the vote

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15:33 22.07.2018
Dominic Raab — our new Brexit Secretary says that the deal with the EU could be done by October — if they accept May's paper, which they are not at the moment.

A deal with the EU can be reached by October but the UK is preparing for the possibility of no deal, the new Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has said.

Dominic Raab: We can get Brexit deal done by October

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44913982


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17:09 23.07.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>>> Brits expected her to be more tuff with EU for sure. Any ideas why she failed your expectactions?
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>> I personally never expected anything sensible from that twat. Neither did anyone I know. As far as I remember, when she was elected it was you that was saying that she was better than Cameron and that — better class — and I told you she wasn't.
>> The good news is she doesn't have all the power here like your Putin in Russia, so doesn't make key decisions. With Brexit — it's pretty much up to the public here and the Parliament. The decision is too important.
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>Btw https://twitter.com/ru_rbc/status/10209419845029...
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>
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As regards May — it was just wishful thinking on my behalf, although I have no idea why I thought she would be any good, her record as Home Secretary in Cameron’s Government was appalling. Cameron made a promise to cut the net migration down to 10s of thousands and during her time as Home Secretary net migration per year shot up to the highest it had ever been -300,000 per year. The way she behaved prior to the EU referendum was she just sat on the fence and waited for the result as to who was gonna win — leavers or remainers — she was ready to back either, as long as she herself continued to be in Government. Which goes to show that she just lacks any kind of principles or integrity. At least Cameron and Johnson had clear cut positions on Brexit. Nothing wrong with me changing my mind but I am not Prime Minister you see, she is. Prime Minister should have more backbone, as they have the responsibility to run the country at the end of the day.
With Brexit negotiations — everything Raab is saying now — we won’t pay the money if the EU bunch continue to stall the talks, etc — should have been said in the very beginning, a.k.a — 2 years ago. She wasted 2 years trying to appease both camps (Remain and Leave) and as a result there has been zero progress with negotiating the deal. And now we are facing the prospect of the hardest possible Brexit.
Although to be fair — one can’t place all the blame at her door, the EU did everything possible to stall the negotiations themselves.
I gotta say- the Brits will probably blame the EU the most if there’s a no deal Brexit. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.c...

I am also disappointed in Boris now. He shouldn’t have resigned, didn’t have the moral right to do so. He was Leader of the Leave campaign and now it looks like he jumped off the ship cause doesn’t want to take responsibility for Brexit if it goes wrong.
All the politicians are just bad. Every single one of them is a liar and out for what they can get. That ‘s it.
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20:44 23.07.2018
The latest on Brexit.

Jeremy Hunt has warned that without a «change in approach from the EU negotiators», there is now a «very real risk of a Brexit no deal by accident».

The foreign secretary said «many» in the EU believed they just had to «wait long enough and Britain will blink» but «that's not going to happen».

He warned of «unintended geopolitical consequences» with just Vladimir Putin «rejoicing» if there was no deal.

Germany's foreign minister says it wants a deal «not a disorderly Brexit».

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44918262
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20:57 23.07.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> "very real risk of a Brexit no deal by accident"
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So, no 50 billions to EU from the UK?! Btw, what kind of Brexit do you prefer now?
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20:59 23.07.2018
Funny article about ladies costumes in 2017−2018 season
https://www.sports.ru/tribuna/blogs/goldenice/18...

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