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Brexit deal is DONE! 11:21 - Oct 17 with 6188 viewsjjblue84

Good to see that there still are patriots in the country who refuse to be beaten by the masses whose interests lie elsewhere!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7582705/DUP-Arlene-Foster-Nigel-Dodds-s
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:23 - Oct 17 with 2076 viewsartsbossbeard

Daily Mail link - check.
Use of the word "patriot" - check.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:24 - Oct 17 with 2062 viewsRyorry

It's not "done" till it's passed by a majority vote at Westminster tho - is just theoretical till then.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:27 - Oct 17 with 2049 viewsnoggin

We dont need no deal tho. We are grate brittan and we wun the war.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:33 - Oct 17 with 2007 viewsjjblue84

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:23 - Oct 17 by artsbossbeard

Daily Mail link - check.
Use of the word "patriot" - check.


In denial, check!
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:34 - Oct 17 with 2002 viewsDarth_Koont

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:24 - Oct 17 by Ryorry

It's not "done" till it's passed by a majority vote at Westminster tho - is just theoretical till then.


Indeed. I'd be surprised if there's enough support for the deal unless it's backed by a second referendum.

But I think the more pressing and practical issue for Parliament and the government is whether the deal can even be scrutinized, debated and voted on by Oct 31st. I'd expect an extension is still very necessary.
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:37 - Oct 17 with 1969 viewsSikamikanico

Who do you mean by "the masses"? Surely if the majority in this country no longer want Brexit we should reconsider.
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:38 - Oct 17 with 1967 viewsSwansea_Blue

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:24 - Oct 17 by Ryorry

It's not "done" till it's passed by a majority vote at Westminster tho - is just theoretical till then.


Quite. We've been here before.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:42 - Oct 17 with 1931 viewsSwansea_Blue

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:37 - Oct 17 by Sikamikanico

Who do you mean by "the masses"? Surely if the majority in this country no longer want Brexit we should reconsider.


I'm assuming the OP is just trolling. Otherwise it shows a complete lack of understanding about the fact that we've had a 'deal' with the EU for the last 11 months.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:43 - Oct 17 with 1927 viewsjjblue84

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:37 - Oct 17 by Sikamikanico

Who do you mean by "the masses"? Surely if the majority in this country no longer want Brexit we should reconsider.


The millions of people who hate democracy!
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:44 - Oct 17 with 1918 viewsartsbossbeard

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:42 - Oct 17 by Swansea_Blue

I'm assuming the OP is just trolling. Otherwise it shows a complete lack of understanding about the fact that we've had a 'deal' with the EU for the last 11 months.


I don't think it's trolling..

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Still not supported by the DUP on 11:46 - Oct 17 with 1900 viewshomer_123

The DUP has cast doubt on its success, saying they still cannot support it.

The Northern Irish party earlier released a statement saying they could not back proposals "as things stand", and - after the PM's announcement - said their statement "still stands".

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:46 - Oct 17 with 1894 viewsitfcjoe

The deal was DONE months ago by Theresa, that's the easy bit

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Still not supported by the DUP on 11:47 - Oct 17 with 1885 viewsartsbossbeard

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:46 - Oct 17 by homer_123

The DUP has cast doubt on its success, saying they still cannot support it.

The Northern Irish party earlier released a statement saying they could not back proposals "as things stand", and - after the PM's announcement - said their statement "still stands".


The scruffy haired buffoon knows parliament will reject it, he’ll then go for no deal by the end of the month, hopefully he’ll lose that too but the sly #### must have something up his sleeve that makes him think he can get it through.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:47 - Oct 17 with 1879 viewsitfcjoe

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:43 - Oct 17 by jjblue84

The millions of people who hate democracy!


Why do you hate your country?

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:48 - Oct 17 with 1874 viewsHalf_Idiot

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:37 - Oct 17 by Sikamikanico

Who do you mean by "the masses"? Surely if the majority in this country no longer want Brexit we should reconsider.


"Brexit means Brexit!" and all that nonsense.

It doesn't matter if people have changed their minds, we voted for Brexit 3 years ago on the basis of lies and no matter how many facts and truths you tell us will change that. NOW GIVE US BREXIT!
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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:50 - Oct 17 with 1846 viewsSikamikanico

Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:43 - Oct 17 by jjblue84

The millions of people who hate democracy!


Aw bless.

You really think democracy means you only need to vote once on everything?
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Still not supported by the DUP on 11:55 - Oct 17 with 1806 viewshomer_123

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:47 - Oct 17 by artsbossbeard

The scruffy haired buffoon knows parliament will reject it, he’ll then go for no deal by the end of the month, hopefully he’ll lose that too but the sly #### must have something up his sleeve that makes him think he can get it through.


Even with DUP support - getting this through is going to be difficult.

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Brexit deal is DONE! on 11:57 - Oct 17 with 1787 viewsBluefish

Please can you let me know of a benefit of leaving?

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Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 with 1785 viewsartsbossbeard

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:55 - Oct 17 by homer_123

Even with DUP support - getting this through is going to be difficult.


Exactly.

Have we actually moved things along?

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Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 with 1776 viewsSwansea_Blue

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:55 - Oct 17 by homer_123

Even with DUP support - getting this through is going to be difficult.


Boris needs to find 28 votes from somewhere (even assuming all Tories and all DUP vote with him, which is unlikely).

There may be a few promises of top jobs, constituency investment, the odd bung here, etc., going on.

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Still not supported by the DUP on 12:00 - Oct 17 with 1760 viewshomer_123

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 by artsbossbeard

Exactly.

Have we actually moved things along?


No details yet but if this deal is the same as yesterdays deal then it's a backwards step from May's deal that Parliament would not accept.

We actually have a bit of a serious issue with Parliament. If they don't vote for this (which I am don't think they will) what will they vote for?

I wonder if it is time we circumvent Parliament. In that they clearly cannot agree the next step.

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Still not supported by the DUP on 12:00 - Oct 17 with 1762 viewslowhouseblue

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 by Swansea_Blue

Boris needs to find 28 votes from somewhere (even assuming all Tories and all DUP vote with him, which is unlikely).

There may be a few promises of top jobs, constituency investment, the odd bung here, etc., going on.


"No 10 source says Johnson will ask leaders to rule out a further delay - he’s expected to ask them to make clear it’s ‘the new deal or no deal but no delays’ he will tell EU leaders"

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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Still not supported by the DUP on 12:02 - Oct 17 with 1744 viewshomer_123

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 by Swansea_Blue

Boris needs to find 28 votes from somewhere (even assuming all Tories and all DUP vote with him, which is unlikely).

There may be a few promises of top jobs, constituency investment, the odd bung here, etc., going on.


As I say - given this deal is worse than May's which Parliament said no to - it's tough to see this getting through.

With the threat of leaving without a deal taken off the table - what is the incentive to get behind this or any deal?

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Still not supported by the DUP on 12:02 - Oct 17 with 1744 viewsHerbivore

Still not supported by the DUP on 11:58 - Oct 17 by artsbossbeard

Exactly.

Have we actually moved things along?


Things have moved along. I don't like to give any credit to Johnson but he has found a way to amend the backstop and to give NI a say on continuing alignment with the EU. May could also easily have negotiated something similar but she and many others ruled out having a border in the Irish Sea. It seems now some people have shifted and will accept that, though not the DUP currently. It's arguable whether this is a better deal than what was on the table, I'd say not but it is probably more palatable to the ERG than May's deal was.

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Still not supported by the DUP on 12:02 - Oct 17 with 1736 viewsDarth_Koont

Still not supported by the DUP on 12:00 - Oct 17 by lowhouseblue

"No 10 source says Johnson will ask leaders to rule out a further delay - he’s expected to ask them to make clear it’s ‘the new deal or no deal but no delays’ he will tell EU leaders"


I'll take a wild stab and predict that the EU will decide on that themselves.
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