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“Winners” 06:15 - Jan 31 with 2875 viewsElmswell_Blue

Celebrate your hollow win tonight. You are about to embark on the same long losing run as the rest of us. (50 years according to JRM).
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“Winners” on 07:28 - Jan 31 with 2040 viewsOxford_Blue

Get over it and move on.

It’s called democracy. The mandate is clear. Accept it with grace and maturity.

I don’t agree it will be bad for this country. Time will tell.
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“Winners” on 07:44 - Jan 31 with 1996 viewsTractorWood

If we had a trade deal, I would understand celebration.

To me, celebrating tonight is like cheering the half time whistle in a nil nil draw.

I know that was then, but it could be again..
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“Winners” on 07:48 - Jan 31 with 1976 viewsBLUEGOLD

“Winners” on 07:28 - Jan 31 by Oxford_Blue

Get over it and move on.

It’s called democracy. The mandate is clear. Accept it with grace and maturity.

I don’t agree it will be bad for this country. Time will tell.


Classy
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“Winners” on 07:50 - Jan 31 with 1969 viewsMattinLondon

“Winners” on 07:28 - Jan 31 by Oxford_Blue

Get over it and move on.

It’s called democracy. The mandate is clear. Accept it with grace and maturity.

I don’t agree it will be bad for this country. Time will tell.


Why should I accept it with grace? If it was the other way round the ‘bitterness’ would have been ten times worse.

If I want to be a sore loser then I will be - it’s called living in a democracy.
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“Winners” on 07:57 - Jan 31 with 1953 viewsPinewoodblue

The most obvious change tonight is that remainers will become rejoiners, although many will still be remoaners.

The battle is lost but it looks as if the war will continue. Rejoining is a far far bigger task as Those who have accepted the situation will no doubt want to see how things develop before pressing for us to rejoin.

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“Winners” on 08:07 - Jan 31 with 1922 viewsitfcjoe

“Winners” on 07:57 - Jan 31 by Pinewoodblue

The most obvious change tonight is that remainers will become rejoiners, although many will still be remoaners.

The battle is lost but it looks as if the war will continue. Rejoining is a far far bigger task as Those who have accepted the situation will no doubt want to see how things develop before pressing for us to rejoin.


It has to settle down first before battle lines can be re-drawn, if it doesn't the 'war' will continue and it will still remain about the winning rather than what is right

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“Winners” on 08:08 - Jan 31 with 1905 viewsHerbivore

“Winners” on 07:28 - Jan 31 by Oxford_Blue

Get over it and move on.

It’s called democracy. The mandate is clear. Accept it with grace and maturity.

I don’t agree it will be bad for this country. Time will tell.


Nice bit of random meaningless slogan generating there, Oxford_Bot.

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“Winners” on 08:19 - Jan 31 with 1882 viewsitfcjoe


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“Winners” on 08:22 - Jan 31 with 1867 viewsartsbossbeard

“Winners” on 08:08 - Jan 31 by Herbivore

Nice bit of random meaningless slogan generating there, Oxford_Bot.


Cut & Pasted directly out of Bojo's "How to Handle Brexit objections" pamphlet.

I think this was after 350m a week was promised to the NHS but I might be wrong here.

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“Winners” on 08:24 - Jan 31 with 1851 viewsFPL_Tractor

“Winners” on 07:50 - Jan 31 by MattinLondon

Why should I accept it with grace? If it was the other way round the ‘bitterness’ would have been ten times worse.

If I want to be a sore loser then I will be - it’s called living in a democracy.


It’s ok, I’ll only moan about it as long as the anti-Europe brigade did - 43 years I guess. Although by then the baby boomers will be dead and we might be back in.

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“Winners” on 08:26 - Jan 31 with 1846 viewslowhouseblue

look on the bright side, after 11.00pm tonight no one will ever mention brexit or the eu ever again.

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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“Winners” on 08:36 - Jan 31 with 1809 viewsHARRY10

The celebrations are quite muted. I suspect as this nonsense has already fallen apart - and many now finally grasp the impossibility of what they swallowed.

Farage is even talking about a second referendum. The US is making it clear that the UK will have to take their dodgy products. The EU has stated that withput complete alignment it will mean tariffs.

Johnson has admitted that there will be customs checks at Dover etc, and the EU customs checks will now also be in part of the UK.... overseen by the EU. The role of the ECJ looks to be part of any deal with the EU as will access to UK waters for EU fishing.

Even the so called 'divorce' payment that Johnson agreed the UK should tell the EU to go whistle is now to be paid

But there is one ray of sunshine, it is not £39bn as the UK has already paid £7bn, so there's only £32bn to be paid over the bext 3 years.

so enjoy whatever it is you are celebrating
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“Winners” on 08:40 - Jan 31 with 1784 viewsuefacup81

“Winners” on 08:26 - Jan 31 by lowhouseblue

look on the bright side, after 11.00pm tonight no one will ever mention brexit or the eu ever again.


I think tonight is only the beginning.

Tonight is the point at which Boris hoicks the country up on to a rickety stool with a noose around its neck, and sets fire to one of the legs.

As of 11pm tonight we have precisely 11 months to negotiate a deal which is palatable to all parties, otherwise we leave for good on December 31st with no deal.

No doubt Boris et al are keen to paint tonight as the end of the process so that they can avoid scrutiny as they accelerate towards the edge of the cliff.

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“Winners” on 08:46 - Jan 31 with 1762 viewsElmswell_Blue

Let's have a sweepstake.

Guess which town / city will get the £350m hospital next week.

If there is a tie it will revert to who gets nearest with the following week's £350m hospital.
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“Winners” on 08:48 - Jan 31 with 1756 viewsElmswell_Blue

“Winners” on 08:19 - Jan 31 by itfcjoe



The thing is it isn't a game
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“Winners” on 08:58 - Jan 31 with 1720 viewsGavTWTD

“Winners” on 08:46 - Jan 31 by Elmswell_Blue

Let's have a sweepstake.

Guess which town / city will get the £350m hospital next week.

If there is a tie it will revert to who gets nearest with the following week's £350m hospital.


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“Winners” on 09:01 - Jan 31 with 1701 viewsHARRY10

“Winners” on 08:46 - Jan 31 by Elmswell_Blue

Let's have a sweepstake.

Guess which town / city will get the £350m hospital next week.

If there is a tie it will revert to who gets nearest with the following week's £350m hospital.


.I think the govenment will wait until the 40 new host#pitals are built
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“Winners” on 09:03 - Jan 31 with 1691 viewsflimflam

So many people looking forward to failure. Quite sad.
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“Winners” on 09:14 - Jan 31 with 1654 viewsfooters

“Winners” on 09:03 - Jan 31 by flimflam

So many people looking forward to failure. Quite sad.


Only 17.2m of them.

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“Winners” on 09:32 - Jan 31 with 1606 viewsGuthrum

“Winners” on 08:40 - Jan 31 by uefacup81

I think tonight is only the beginning.

Tonight is the point at which Boris hoicks the country up on to a rickety stool with a noose around its neck, and sets fire to one of the legs.

As of 11pm tonight we have precisely 11 months to negotiate a deal which is palatable to all parties, otherwise we leave for good on December 31st with no deal.

No doubt Boris et al are keen to paint tonight as the end of the process so that they can avoid scrutiny as they accelerate towards the edge of the cliff.


11 months until the extension we are absolutely not going to ask for ...

Good Lord! Whatever is it?
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“Winners” on 09:40 - Jan 31 with 1586 viewsr2d2

You really are a sad little man.
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“Winners” on 09:41 - Jan 31 with 1579 viewsHerbivore

“Winners” on 09:40 - Jan 31 by r2d2

You really are a sad little man.


Hilariously you've just complained on another thread that Brexiteers are abused on here. You really don't do self-awareness, petal.

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“Winners” on 09:44 - Jan 31 with 1562 viewsusm

I doubt there'll be much celebrating - a few of the usuals no doubt - but the vast majority will just get on with things. Nothing of substance changes at 11 PM anyway.

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“Winners” on 09:44 - Jan 31 with 1564 viewsr2d2

“Winners” on 08:36 - Jan 31 by HARRY10

The celebrations are quite muted. I suspect as this nonsense has already fallen apart - and many now finally grasp the impossibility of what they swallowed.

Farage is even talking about a second referendum. The US is making it clear that the UK will have to take their dodgy products. The EU has stated that withput complete alignment it will mean tariffs.

Johnson has admitted that there will be customs checks at Dover etc, and the EU customs checks will now also be in part of the UK.... overseen by the EU. The role of the ECJ looks to be part of any deal with the EU as will access to UK waters for EU fishing.

Even the so called 'divorce' payment that Johnson agreed the UK should tell the EU to go whistle is now to be paid

But there is one ray of sunshine, it is not £39bn as the UK has already paid £7bn, so there's only £32bn to be paid over the bext 3 years.

so enjoy whatever it is you are celebrating


Perhaps people are just being gracious to those who didnt want it? I dont believe for one minute people have changed their minds in 2 months. Id guess that if we had a re run of the election, Boris would probably get in with an even bigger majority than he has now.
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“Winners” on 10:04 - Jan 31 with 1511 viewsHARRY10

“Winners” on 09:44 - Jan 31 by r2d2

Perhaps people are just being gracious to those who didnt want it? I dont believe for one minute people have changed their minds in 2 months. Id guess that if we had a re run of the election, Boris would probably get in with an even bigger majority than he has now.


But it is not about people changing there minds, it is about finally realising what they wanted is not going to happen ... as the past few weeks have clearly shown.
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