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Old 17.12.2019, 15:59
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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If MPs didn't want a hard Brexit then they could have simply voted through Theresa May's deal. This was however never about hard and soft Brexit, their aim from the very beginning was to try and prevent Brexit and the voters saw straight their sordid little plot. In their treachery and conspiracy with the EU, they've paved the way for something far worse (for them) to happen!

Boris Johnson was a genius to remove the whip from all those that defied him. He was laughed at at the time for all his losses in Parliament. Now he's been returned with a large majority and all the turncoats and impostors have lost their seats. It will go down as historic error of judgement by Remainers not to back Mrs May!
If the ERG had wanted Brexit they could have voted for May's deal and - in the 29 March vote - it would have been done. How come you refuse to criticise the ERM for blocking their own government when their part in the story is probably the most significant?

Oh and remember, Johnson did EXACTLY what he later punished others for doing in voting against his own party and government.
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