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United States PsychoLogical 
is it even gonna happen? All I keep seeing is attempts on trying to delay it and angry brexiteers etc on how its getting handled and that "leave means leave, no delays nothing."
2019-03-02 15:32
brexit means brexit
2019-03-02 15:32
#5
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United Kingdom MiBR_ez_major 
+1
2019-03-02 15:41
#21
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Norway PeteZz 
How did you answer his question here, if I may ask?
2019-03-02 16:38
just a meme chill
2019-03-02 20:38
just a meme chill
2019-03-09 14:46
#106
Snax | 
United Kingdom Frasee 
just a meme chill
2019-03-13 11:07
Just a chill meme
2019-03-23 13:15
No deal no problem
2019-03-02 16:39
#90
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Germany Ofenmeister 
Say bye bye to northern Ireland and ur overseas territories😄
2019-03-13 06:52
#108
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United Kingdom Mattors 
Overseas's territories? right.
2019-03-13 11:09
+1
2019-03-13 11:09
#133
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United Kingdom _P2K 
hey we arent going anywhere
2019-03-13 21:06
#164
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Wait wut, why would the overseas territories be affected? And I doubt Ireland would want to take Northern Ireland with all the problems associated with it.
2019-03-22 15:21
I've been seeing more support for Irish reunification than usual.
2019-03-22 19:30
#189
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Yeah, there might be some more support but I highly doubt the Irish government wants to take Northern Ireland when it would surely spark violence.
2019-03-25 12:09
Brazilianexit
2019-03-05 13:57
+1
2019-03-09 14:45
It's like when you are in a room full of people and someone farts, it smells really bad but no one owns up to being the culprit, everyone just looks at each other awkwardly.
2019-03-02 15:34
#10
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Europe Instabait 
LOL
2019-03-02 15:47
David Cameron ripped a big one, realized he had shat his pants and then fled the scene.
2019-03-09 19:25
#80
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United Kingdom desolade 
very accurate
2019-03-09 19:26
#3
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Portugal Antzrede 
Hope it doesn't
2019-03-02 15:40
#75
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Norway SaltySausage 
you want democracy to fail?
2019-03-09 16:18
By that logic we should never have elections more than once, since clearly opinions can’t change according to you? The brexit side was all lies, it would be fair to have the ppl vote now that they actually know what it is they are voting for.
2019-03-22 14:56
+1
2019-03-22 15:05
#169
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Norway SaltySausage 
difference is that this was supposed to be a benefitial deal for UK, but theresa may is retarded
2019-03-22 15:38
No one with a brain thought it would be a beneficial deal for UK, that is just the lies Brexit advocates told. You can’t just cherrypick the good parts of EU and skip the things you don’t like, EVERYONE knew that the EU would never allow that. Lies like that won the vote, it’s fair to vote again now that we have real proof of what it means.
2019-03-22 21:18
#182
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Norway SaltySausage 
norway has deal like that though?
2019-03-23 11:59
No, Norway is a part of the common market, EU citizens can go to Norway without a visa, they are also in the EU trade region that allows free trade to all EU countries. UK want out of both of these, that is the reason for all the issues regarding the border to Ireland (EU). If UK wanted an agreement like Norway has, EU would accept that right away, but UK want much further away from EU than Norway and Switzerland is.
2019-03-23 13:01
#4
hyde | 
United Kingdom 0outof8 
It's a cluster fuck, there are talks to delay it but it seems likely to go through last time I checked
2019-03-02 15:41
#6
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Ukraine Sketchman 
What kind of people are for brexit and what kinds against it?
2019-03-02 15:43
#11
hyde | 
United Kingdom 0outof8 
Generally, the people that voted leave were older and more right-wing, people that voted to stay are younger and left-wing. There is some variance between but that's the general trend of who voted for what.
2019-03-02 15:47
There is a beautiful graph where you can see the ppl that voted leave were older AND lives in a countryside AND undeduacted (or less educated), and the ppl that voted stay were yound AND lives in a city AND educated (or more educated). And that say everything.
2019-03-12 20:49
That college is left wing ideologically.
2019-03-13 09:58
+1 Also Brexit will be very beneficial economically for GB. It's a good decision imo. Also many "educated" people think, that Brexit means end of Schengen for GB, which is false. So this "educated" thing isn't really relevant in terms of economy and politics in times we live in right now.
2019-03-13 21:12
You either dont know what educated means or just trying to deny the FACTS that the more educated ones wanted to stay. Also you should change your nick. lul
2019-03-15 02:41
As I said, even though they could be "mOrE eDuCaTeD" it doesn't really translate to knowledge about economy and most people which voted "staying in EU" are blinded by a leftist agenda, so their votes in terms of economy and administration of UK aren't relevant. And I'm not saying all people who voted "leaving" are aware of these things, but leaving EU is economically wise decision for UK. You should change your flag kiddo.
2019-03-22 14:44
Ok, how is it wise? Most ppl that voted for it is just small town ppl that think their local factory producing shit that couldn’t compete on a larger scale will come back if they wall themselves of to the world. Same mentality as Trump voters.
2019-03-22 15:03
Brexit only means UK will not have to obey to EU's policies. Won't have to share with their money to poorer countries. Which gives them 100% independence (well not 100%, they are in NATO and UN, so they can't do whatever they want). They can still stay in EEA and Schengen just like Norway. Norway tried to join EU 2 times: 1972 and 1994. They haven't join because they didn't want to share with their oil and gas (for the most part). Do you think Norwegian people are walling themselves from the rest of the world?
2019-03-22 19:30
No, Norway has a much much closer relationship with the EU than what this deal with the UK gives. They are in the internal market. So no, it is not comparable. If the UK wanted a deal like Norway or Switzerland, the EU would allow that right away. But UK wants out of the common market and free trade, that is the issue.
2019-03-22 21:21
what?
2019-03-15 02:35
#148
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Brazil KOCMANAUT 
Some people nowadays think that if experts, scholars, facts and science contradict their personal opinion then they must be biased. Essentially what you see is: "my opinion is worth more than your knowledge". That's why a guy says even a graphic with objective data (age, years of education, location and yes or no vote) can somehow be biased. Reasoning takes no part here
2019-03-15 03:19
Quote when I said that the graph is biased, I am waiting.
2019-03-15 12:26
#170
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Norway SaltySausage 
didnt call it biased
2019-03-22 15:45
#147
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Brazil KOCMANAUT 
I find it curious how in the cities (where foreigners live) remain won, while on the countryside (where there are almost no foreigners) leave won. Brits who share space with foreigners don't seem to mind it, and those who rarely see any think they're a problem. Of course brexit isn't only about immigration, but it still seems a bit incongruent
2019-03-15 03:08
Its every statistic that shows those facts, not just one "leftist" college. If there were any functioning brains on the brexit side, then why havent they formulated a plan? It could be done well - trade agreements with former EU partners, stronger ties to the english speaking world and Commonwealths Countries. But the brexiteers are just sitting on their hands, yelling NO to everything. That is except their political leaders, which have all fled the scene. I used to think Boris Johnson was pretty cool, when he was mayor of London. Now he´s just a pathetic backstabber, refusing to take any responsibility, like MIA Farage. I´m sad and angry because I love England - sad to see them go.
2019-03-22 14:58
#7
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Denmark muggge 
Brexit is a success
2019-03-02 15:44
#8
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Denmark muggge 
said no one ever
2019-03-02 15:45
Germany | Denmark muggge Brexit is a success 2019-03-02 14:44 NT 😎
2019-03-09 14:46
#91
Lemmy | 
Germany Vikernes 
Libtards trolld le epic style 😎😎
2019-03-13 09:39
#9
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United Kingdom IgglePiggle 
It has to happen now, the only question is how badly they will fuck it up. The longer it goes on the more fucked up it will be Government seems to be under the impression that if they just ignore it it will go away or someone else will have to deal with it It really is sad that these clowns represent us and control our future, but even more sad that there is no alternative. They are all so out of touch with 'normal' people
2019-03-02 15:46
Lul nt communist
2019-03-02 16:40
#26
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United Kingdom IgglePiggle 
what?
2019-03-02 16:41
Really sad is, that your stupid countrymen voted YES Lol
2019-03-13 11:08
I think no politicians want to risk their entire career. I respect May for trying, she gets way too much critics for things she never decided. Daily reminder that most politicians only care about being elected again.
2019-03-13 17:10
dont care virgin brexit means brexit we want our country back
2019-03-02 15:48
That's the reply of someone who doesn't know what they're talking about lmao
2019-03-02 16:37
#57
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Europe BLYATMANN 
Hungarian brain, what do you want ? XD
2019-03-09 13:54
EU flag, expected
2019-03-13 14:32
#146
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Germany EvilBanana 
Orbans " free" media really formed you
2019-03-15 02:46
+1
2019-03-22 15:10
Some braindead gypsys stole half of your country and u still can't get it back LULULULUL
2019-03-13 09:42
The prime minister stole it (and probably ate it)
2019-03-13 09:54
Reply needs to have actual content :(
2019-03-13 14:33
Hungary needs to have actual Transylvania Oh wait
2019-03-13 14:34
Nobody cares. SHut your mouth before I fuck it.
2019-03-02 15:51
#15
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United States PsychoLogical 
No u before I shoot you or stab you.
2019-03-02 15:56
You broke ass little mong.
2019-03-02 15:57
#17
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United States PsychoLogical 
Shadup fuking wanker.
2019-03-02 15:59
Whatever happens, at this point it's going to be delayed. If the deal our Prime Minister has brought forward is accepted, which is highly unlikely (it's shit and already got rejected by the biggest margin in Parliament history , we still need a small extension to get all the necessary legeslation through Parliament. If it gets rejected, then Parliament will ask for an extension to stop a no-deal and to try and renegotiate, because no-deal would be terrible for the country. Although the EU have already said no to renegotiations, they might if some of the Prime Minister's "red lines" are dropped. Now the second biggest party has said that they will be pushing for a new People's Referendum so the public can decide what to do, because their plan for Brexit got rejected, the current plan for Brexit will be most likely rejected, and anyone with half a brain doesn't want no deal. But if they get the second referendum then Brexit will be delayed by at least 6 months, because that's how long referendums will need. So in every situation, it's going to be extended. Which is absolutely the smart choice. All the twats saying "leave means leave" are complete idiots. We can't just leave the biggest trading bloc in the world with a shit deal or no deal, when we can extend the process and maybe get something better. They just want to get out quick because they're scared of a Second Referendum, which I would prefer, but that's for a different argument.
2019-03-02 16:36
#31
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United States PsychoLogical 
But what if, the result will be a no deal brexit? What then?
2019-03-02 18:11
If the only option is certain to be a no deal brexit then I think there will almost certainly be a second referendum, and then maybe we'll change our minds. If there's a decent deal then I think we will just leave with that.
2019-03-02 18:14
The EU have already said no to extension without a good reason and plan. They are unlikely to give one.
2019-03-09 13:40
Yeah, I said that it was unlikely, but I think that if we are facing a no deal brexit then Corbyn will push for a second referendum and that will give the EU a reason for an extension.
2019-03-09 13:55
Possibly. At the moment I am expecting no deal more than any other outcome, but I am not confident in that either. I think anything is possible at the moment.
2019-03-09 14:17
Yeah, I don't know what to expect anymore
2019-03-09 14:55
#25
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Norway PeteZz 
Well the brits have every right to leave the Union. But the problem here is that it was rushed, and the brexiteers (whom I would believe would want some sort of deal, instead of no deal) had no plan for a brexit. They should have waited until they had two proper alternatives, where one of them was a viable exit with some trade agreements with the EU, and not rushed it like Cameron did. Well well, what's done is done, glhf UK.
2019-03-02 16:41
What's funny is that there are some Brexiteers STILL trying to rush it, just saying "take no deal! We'll survive!". They're just trying to get out as quickly as possible, when we have no viable options, instead of extending the process and having a chance at a deal that might actually be somewhat good for the country.
2019-03-02 16:43
wow. you went from saying that we would never get a good deal to stalling like Theresa May and pretending that if we just keep stalling a good deal will emerge. remainers LIE.
2019-03-02 17:43
#19 WHATEVER happens there will be a delay, even Michael Barnier said this in the past few hours. The EU have apparently said they would consider renegotiating if Theresa May drops her red lines. I think that in the face of a certain no-deal she will do this, because this is what everyone in parliament wants to avoid. That means there is still some possibility for renegotiation, however small, which is worth going for. Because if we have only a no deal, I think there is a very high chance of a second referendum, which I know that you don't want, so how about you start thinking with your head, not your heart? Also note that I never said a good deal, I said "deal that might actually be somewhat good for the country", aka. not complete shit. I still don't think we'll ever get as good a deal outside of the EU as inside, which is obvious. brexiteers CAN'T READ.
2019-03-02 18:20
negotiations are pointless. all we asked for was immigration quotas from the EU. we asked that in 2014. remainers STILL stalling. try to take the country for fools. BREXIT NOW. stop lying EU flagger and respect democracy!
2019-03-02 19:14
It's obvious there's no point in arguing with you, there never has been in any of our encounters. I think the greatest insult I can give you, with you being right wing, is to say that you behave like some sort of libtard. You've never produced facts or logic and only used insults as your arguments. You're about as brain-dead as they come. How about you respect our country, by not being driven by your own views to drive our country into the worst possible outcome? You act as if your beliefs are in this country's interest, but you couldn't be more wrong. Think about that.
2019-03-02 19:31
mental gymnastics from you like always. must be arguing with a sociopath. always coming up for excuses for disrespecting the referendum result. "i will only respect it if it seems like a good deal". "we just need one more referendum to make sure it's not a fluke, only one more I promise". Remainers are probably all sociopaths. That's how they can make an agreement and then feel no shame in breaking it afterwards.
2019-03-02 19:42
Mate, you actually can't read. I didn't try and justify a second referendum ONCE in our exchange here, I very briefly mentioned that it's MORE LIKELY if our only choice is no deal, which I'm obviously correct on saying that you wouldn't like. I wasn't justifying a second referendum, I was using a second referendum to justify and extension to get a brexit deal. So yet again, you're arguing against a point I haven't even made because you can't argue against the point I have made. What a libtard.
2019-03-02 19:59
yes, but i know who I am arguing with. it hardly matters if you didn't expose your beliefs again. i did argue against the point you made. we already said no to soft brexit. we don't need to waste time trying to write up soft brexit proposal v2. which will also be rejected. remainer STALLING PATTERN. they won't give us migration quotas. that is all we ever asked for. remainer MPs need to stop with their politicking. the referendum is OVER. just deliver the result.
2019-03-02 20:08
I've kind of toned it down a bit, I only think that a second referendum should be held if no deal is the only brexit option. Because although I recognise that a second referendum had it's issues, I think in that scenario it's the lesser of two evils. You didn't argue against a point I made. Who said no to a soft brexit? If you're referencing May's deal defeat here, the only thing stopping that deal from going through is the backstop. Who said if we renegotiate we'll get a soft brexit? We'll get a different deal, no one knows for sure what form that might take yet. Also why do you keep saying "remainder STALLING"? What are we stalling towards? I'm not stalling for a second referendum, I'd rather take more time to get a better deal. Don't really care about what you have to say anymore, it's all a load of shit, the boxes are getting too small to reply in and I'm going out now, have a good day and a good brexit :)
2019-03-02 20:37
nothing is on the table. and nothing is going to be on the table from the EU side. the EU and their allies in parliament are just using the issue to fight the referendum again. Corbyn is a traitor. he is undermining Britain's position by ruling out a no-deal brexit. even though he hopes for a disasterous brexit cuz he thinks it will get him elected. Even Labour voters believe that. Corbyn and the remainers have framed the issue to make it a battle between a soft brexit and a new referendum. In order to rob the nation of the election result. The UK can't get the objectives it wanted through either outcomes, so the UK should and must hard brexit NOW. and stop these devious games from remainers who only seek to subvert democracy. hard brexit now, worry about deals later.
2019-03-09 13:33
It's been a week, if you wanted to reply you should've done it earlier, go away. This thread is dead now.
2019-03-09 13:51
typical remainers soooooooo dishonest
2019-03-09 13:54
Don't think anything I said there was dishonest. Did you actually take like a week to come up with that dogshit reply or something and expect me to still care? Just like the EU, I've got brexit fatigue talking to you right now.
2019-03-09 13:56
Ok
2019-03-09 14:37
Finnick519 previously recognising that there is no chance of a good deal: hltv.org/forums/threads/1924301/brexit#r.. Now he's claiming that if we stall some more, we will get a good deal. Remainers LIE. exposed.
2019-03-02 20:21
Finnick519 ALSO SAID #33 "Also note that I never said a good deal, I said "deal that might actually be somewhat good for the country", aka. not complete shit. I still don't think we'll ever get as good a deal outside of the EU as inside, which is obvious." So can you not read or are you just choosing not to?
2019-03-02 20:27
it's not a case of "also said". you said TWO DIFFERENT THINGS. god you're nuts. you said we would get nothing, now you're saying we might get something decent, if not as good as remaining in the EU. (whatever that means, what a meaningless statement).
2019-03-02 20:38
I said two things. We can't get a great deal. We could get a better deal. Those two statements are NOT contradictions. God you're nuts.
2019-03-02 20:39
that's a crazy position in itself. "we can't get a good deal, but we should keep negotiating to get a slightly less bad deal." reasonable! if all deals are bad, then we might as well get the brexit we voted for. even if that gives us no agreements with the EU, because that will respect the vote. instead of settling for something nobody voted for and nobody wants. it's all a pipe dream, brexit is the only reality!
2019-03-02 20:44
You do realise there's a difference between complete shit, aka. no-deal, and bad, aka. a deal we might renegotiate? If someone's about to punch you then you block to minimise the damage. That's the point. We can't find something good but we can still go for something MUCH better. The attitude that we should just get out as quickly as possible is honestly dangerous for the country. This is one of the most important times in our history, if you think we should just rush it so you can just get Brexit, no matter what form it takes, then you are an idiot. And of course it's reasonable to renegotiate to avoid no-deal. Because that either leads to a pile of shit for our country to wallow in, or a second referendum which you would cry over. Neither of those situations benefit you.
2019-03-03 19:08
#28
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United Kingdom Nokzide 
1
2019-03-02 16:43
#30
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United Kingdom HardBrexit 
Really the thing stopping Brexit is EU, that's trying to make an agreement on terms that both can agree on. But the Brittish Government wants only their way. In short. Brexit will buttfuck the UK's economy if it happens (and it will)
2019-03-02 17:54
No it is not, there is an agreement the British government negotiated during 2 years on in the first place, there is the possibility of a no deal as well. Whatever British decide EU will accept it.
2019-03-02 20:02
If in doubt, keep em out.
2019-03-02 20:41
Back when Remain thought it was winning in 2016: British PM David Cameron: "There will be no second referendum if result is close." “I am absolutely clear a referendum is a referendum, it’s a once in a generation, once in a lifetime opportunity and the result determines the outcome ... You can’t have neverendums, you have referendums.” uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-cam.. 2019: [Remainers]: "SECOND REFERENDUM!!!!!!!!!!!!! OUT MEANS IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Remainers = pathetic, two-faced and dishonest people. Whatever a remainer says to you, it's probably the opposite of what is reality.
2019-03-05 14:00
He does not represent anyone but himself or the conservative party. Stop trying to create a bullshit narrative.
2019-03-09 14:20
he led the remain campaign. he was the PM at the time and he gave us the referendum. but apparently it has no bearing on anything. nope. your narrative is the false narrative.
2019-03-09 14:27
You ignored what I said because you have no argument against it. He does not talk for all remainers, he talks for himself only.
2019-03-09 16:27
i didn't ignore you. you are ignoring reality lmao. yes he didn't speak as the PM or the leader of the remain campaign... he spoke in a "personal" capacity. 🤔🤔🤔 ... wrong. whether you respect it or not. he spoke from a position of authority, my multiple-faced friend. that was the OFFICIAL GOVT POLICY before the referendum. which makes it incumbent on the govt of the day to respect that.
2019-03-12 16:30
Remainders are not the conservative party.
2019-03-12 17:51
brexit means brexit
2019-03-05 13:55
#53
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Belgium KYC 
Oi m8 brexit m8
2019-03-09 13:37
All of this could have been avoided if the eu had simply allowed us to limit freedem of movement, even just temporarily. But no, they must stick with their ideologies to the death even when they go against the needs of one of their largest member states.
2019-03-09 13:57
The single market's value would drop if they allowed members to limit the free movement of people. The single market is worth WAY more than the UK, so they are never going to pick the single market over us.
2019-03-09 14:19
A majority of the single markets benefits come from movement of goods and services. Free movement of capital has weakended the banking sectors in many countries and a lot of countries have experienced negative effects caused by movement of people following the great recession and the eurozone crisis. The uk and other countries with huge net migration cant keep up with the scale of it and have seen massive strains on public services and downward wage pressures. Countries like spain and greece have seen a large portion of their young talent leave.
2019-03-09 14:45
How have countries seen a negative effect caused by the free movement of people? Germany keeps up with the scale. Good comparable example. Studies show that there is very little or no effect on wages due to EU migration. Spain and Greece have had lots of their young leave, so what?
2019-03-09 16:30
So what? There’s are countries marred by severe economic crisis, and you think it’s ok for their best and brightest youngsters to be snatched away by the likes of the UK and Germany? Greece has lost a significant portion of their doctors. It costs half a million Euros to train a doctor. This impacts the economy because they tend to be more educated and driven people that leave with high productivity and they boost the productivity of those who work with and around them. There is negative wage pressures in certain sectors due to immigration and it impacts job security too. Unfettered immigration is only supported by business interests who want cheap labour.
2019-03-09 19:10
#72
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Sweden wyv0 
This just shows what EU has turned into though, a federalistic dictatorship. They don't allow anyone to leave. Who are these mongoloids in EU parliament? People like Guy Verhovstadt needs to get removed or this shit will turn into something worse then it already is.
2019-03-09 14:54
#93
Lemmy | 
Germany Vikernes 
They are allowing them to leave though?
2019-03-13 09:44
#141
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Sweden wyv0 
Before the EU existed, trading was not a problem. Now when EU exists and if you leave. It's a big fucking problem. Clearly something has gone wrong
2019-03-14 21:09
Because they had their own trade agreements before the eu. Now all the agreements they have are made for the EU as a whole, so that when they leave they lose all the trade agreements plus the free trade with the other eu states.
2019-03-14 22:09
#153
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Sweden wyv0 
showing the weakness of it yet again. no consequence analysis of the system. As politicians rarely do. As they haven't had consequence analysis of the migration system as well. It's really really embarrassing.
2019-03-15 16:36
#105
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Greece anwteros 
when varoufakis calling this shit on every live show , they call him crazy and crazy leftist , things going around.
2019-03-13 11:04
Please explain how the EU is stopping them from leaving?
2019-03-13 11:25
#74
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Taiwan NewTaipei 
Most likely no.
2019-03-09 16:08
#81
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United States PsychoLogical 
If brexit doesnt happen, there will be riots.
2019-03-09 19:54
It doesnt matter if we get hard brexit, soft brexit, no brexit. There will be riots.
2019-03-13 10:01
#98
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United States PsychoLogical 
So basically whatever happens, riots are guaranteed to happen?
2019-03-13 10:55
sure because the country is so divided. But I think more people have realized that Brexit is a fucking stupid idea.
2019-03-13 10:57
no
2019-03-13 10:58
#165
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Riots aren't guarenteed lol.
2019-03-22 15:18
xaxaxa mps rejected may's EU deal again. HARD BREXIT LETS GO!
2019-03-12 20:35
#88
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Czech Republic Nevos 
No1 knows xd
2019-03-12 21:57
I wanna see a hard brexit just too see UK getting fucked lol
2019-03-13 10:58
many people outsude of uk would get fucked too not funny tbh
2019-03-13 10:59
still worth it tbh
2019-03-13 10:59
a few decades of merkel and AKK and you will know what getting fucked is :DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
2019-03-13 15:02
Impossible to be worse than UKstan
2019-03-14 00:53
#166
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Is fine, we already destroyed Germonkey twice.
2019-03-22 15:18
And we are still richer than the UK 😎😎😎 says a lot about your failure of a country 🤣🤣🤣
2019-03-22 19:28
#188
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Oh no, Germany is slightly richer at least I don't have extreme autism and spam emojies.
2019-03-25 12:08
I mean a lot of trading/companys from other countries will be fucked, but UK gets fucked the most with a hard brexit. I hope they get that hard brexit just to understand, that you cant just leave the EU and then be the one who demands agreements, although there are papers which clearly say what happens if you want to leave the EU. Those damn island monkeys with their yellow teeth annoy me
2019-03-13 11:03
#110
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Europe Tsukisaki 
GB was not even part of the real EU anyway... They would never get a better deal than the one they have today... If you dont realize that you already have quite advantageous position and want even more that is not going to lead anywhere :)
2019-03-13 11:10
They'll find out eventually. I hope.
2019-03-13 11:27
#111
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Denmark pAppydiNh000 
All the people voting for brexit are completely retards.
2019-03-13 11:11
All british people are completely retarded.
2019-03-13 14:36
#167
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United Kingdom daneclaw 
Flag checks out.
2019-03-22 15:19
#176
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Europe deVulse 
eu is a joke, brits doing good
2019-03-22 19:31
gonna miss my uk brothers
2019-03-13 19:35
lul we came 4 votes of a no-deal brexit. come on party whips, let's convert 3 of those votes and HARD BREXIT!!!!!! we can do this!!!!!!
2019-03-13 20:38
It will happen, but we need to remove Theresa May from Office, she is retarded and wont get anything done
2019-03-13 21:06
#makebritaingreatagain
2019-03-13 21:13
lul this is all SO retarded. MPs fighting over different types of Brexit, when there is no overall majority for any type. no one voted for the MPs to decide brexit. they voted in a referendum that decided everything already. O-U-T, OUT! all the MPs need to do is get out of the way and just get us out of the EU, no matter what, come March 29. they should just stfu no one cares about their opinions. 52% > 48% STFU.
2019-03-13 21:21
Why do you brits want a hard brexit so badly?? You won't just fuck up ur own country, but take several countries surrounding you with you.
2019-03-22 21:24
what type of out tho
2019-03-23 13:04
fake ass question. out is out lmao. not soft brexit, just out.
2019-03-24 22:03
MPs just voted against holding a second referendum and against extending Article 50's March 29 deadline. Hard brexit is it happening????????? 😍😍😍
2019-03-14 18:36
*thinking*
2019-03-14 20:24
MPs cucked out in a revote and the motion to seek to delay Article 50 passed. Can only hope an EU nation seeks to VETO this.
2019-03-14 21:16
#149
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Latvia BionicRick 
wtf are you talking about? They voted to extend it to 30th of June. This still needs to be approved by the EU though.
2019-03-15 03:20
why can't your eyes see the comment directly above your post when i posted, they had rejected it. but they voted on it again and it passed.
2019-03-15 03:22
#151
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Latvia BionicRick 
Why can't people not post something that is absolutely false without having to correct themselves two posts later?
2019-03-15 03:23
UK has lost its balls. Imagine if 150 years ago a Polish or Belgian politician tried to tell the British Empire what to do. They would just laugh at his demands and maybe invade his country and kill him but now the UK does what its told.
2019-03-15 16:38
No, we are just held hostage by the political elite who hold referendums in bad faith and try to manipulate the people after they lose in order to overturn the result. Need some gilet jaunes in the UK. Except with more teeth.
2019-03-15 18:16
they didnt loose their balls. They lost their power after ww2
2019-03-22 15:26
#174
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Europe deVulse 
that guy u talking about isnt exactly a polish politician, i mean he's polish but doesnt represent any of their interests rn, so instead of invading country he was born, invade people he answers to = and those are all leftist EU leaders lul.
2019-03-22 19:30
#158
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World Ezaes 
They're having a Brexitential crisis.
2019-03-22 14:58
#160
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United States Raptorial 
UK in 2k19 OMEGALUL
2019-03-22 14:59
Update: and now its getting delayed again. Who knew.
2019-03-22 19:29
It will be hard BRexit (no-deal).
2019-03-22 21:22
#181
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Hungary HAS12 
Who cares. The country will be exactly the same either way lol. A shithole.
2019-03-22 21:26
If the populations wants something, something it will get
2019-03-23 13:07
Article 50 (treaty on leaving the EU) was triggered on 29.03.17 starting a two year negotiation period with the leaving date on 29.03.19. The Government negotiated a deal, but almost no Members of Parliament voted for the deal because it was too much of a compromise and didn't deal with the very real issue of the Ireland / Northern Ireland border. Since parliament doesn't want this deal but is also opposed to having no deal under any circumstance, the Government is asking for an extension to the deadline. However, understandably, the EU want the UK to have a plan before a deadline is set. There is the further issue of the extension length - if the deadline is before 01.07.19 then the UK doesn't need to take part in EU parliament elections but gives an even sharper cliff-edge with no possibility of a further extension. If it's a longer extension then the UK will be able to decide on a deal/call a general election/second referendum but a longer extension means that UK citizens will vote for EU Parliament despite voting to leave three years previously. It's all fucked up. The government (Theresa May especially) should have decided with cross party indicative votes to set in stone the red lines that the UK is negotiating around. The current deal is a bad mess of a compromise.
2019-03-25 12:19
#191
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Norway analpain1337 
it wont happen, Eu wants them and the leaders want to stay, they dont give a shit about the ppl
2019-03-25 12:20
oh look, the MPs rejected ALL the option that were put before them regarding brexit. whether it was revoking article 50 and remaining, having a people's vote, no deal, may's deal and about 3 different soft brexit option. all motions put before them were REJECTED. total clown fiesta. NO ONE ASKED THE MPs TO STICK THEIR RETARDED SNOUTS INTO IT. should've just taken us out like the people voted for. no one voted for the MPs to discuss ANYTHING. they are just acting out a farce RN. we had a vote already, OUT MEANS OUT.
2019-03-27 22:54
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