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Brexit Betrayal thread

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Well, the interview with the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge on R4 Today porgramme just now didn't go quite according to plan xD

Palpable confusion in the interviewer

Q) What preparations are taking place across the Channel for a No Deal Brexit?

From 06.52

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_fourfm

It was PRICELESS and a great start to the morning.

The well-briefed Inspector said it was insulting that the UK was spending £100 million upon preparations, £millions on a freight company with no ships, when all the preparations were already made in Calais and Boulonge for a smooth No Deal transition, and if the UK Gov had £100 million to waste, could he have some of that please for the facilities he has already put in place.

A person brought on afterwards to say "Well the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge would say that wouldn't he?, he's talking up his Port",  promptly twisted the Inspectors words. For example the Inspector said "we have a created a veterinary inspection facility outside Calais so movement will be seamless". The interviewee said "They have no veterinary inspection facility at Calais"

I'm sick of these lies and double speak.

Edited by Hopeful

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1 hour ago, Hopeful said:

Well, the interview with the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge on R4 Today porgramme just now didn't go quite according to plan xD

Palpable confusion in the interviewer

Q) What preparations are taking place across the Channel for a No Deal Brexit?

From 06.52

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_fourfm

It was PRICELESS and a great start to the morning.

The well-briefed Inspector said it was insulting that the UK was spending £100 million upon preparations, £millions on a freight company with no ships, when all the preparations were already made in Calais and Boulonge for a smooth No Deal transition, and if the UK Gov had £100 million to waste, could he have some of that please for the facilities he has already put in place.

A person brought on afterwards to say "Well the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge would say that wouldn't he?, he's talking up his Port",  promptly twisted the Inspectors words. For example the Inspector said "we have a created a veterinary inspection facility outside Calais so movement will be seamless". The interviewee said "They have no veterinary inspection facility at Calais"

I'm sick of these lies and double speak.

Just listened to it, absolutely priceless as you say.

They try to keep the propaganda rolling but most normal people know it's absolute bollocks - the MPs are showing they are completely out of touch and with the spectacle of the French governments reaction to the yellow vests you are seeing the results of corporatist globalisation.  We are heading for civil unreast, let it fucking burn I say. It's the only language the cunts understand.

btw link for the programme

http://anonymto.com/?https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0001yfm

Also, link to guido fawkes page which covers it nicely (although guido is terribly biased with TR, and anything to do with the 'far-right' harassers of that wonderfully fragrant anna soubry

http://anonymto.com/?https://order-order.com/2019/01/09/calais-port-chief-dover-queue-scaremongering-not-true/

 

Edited by JFK
guido edit, anonymised links

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22 minutes ago, JFK said:

Just listened to it, absolutely priceless as you say.

They try to keep the propaganda rolling but most normal people know it's absolute bollocks - the MPs are showing they are completely out of touch and with the spectacle of the French governments reaction to the yellow vests you are seeing the results of corporatist globalisation.  We are heading for civil unreast, let it fucking burn I say. It's the only language the cunts understand.

btw link for the programme

http://anonymto.com/?https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0001yfm

Also, link to guido fawkes page which covers it nicely (although guido is terribly biased with TR, and anything to do with the 'far-right' harassers of that wonderfully fragrant anna soubry

http://anonymto.com/?https://order-order.com/2019/01/09/calais-port-chief-dover-queue-scaremongering-not-true/

 

 

 

I can still only think that the planning is all for No Deal and all the rest is a charade to stop SJW Remainers getting upset prematurely and other EU countries getting any ideas of leaving the EU.

It could even all be sewn up beforehand at an EU level - "We know the UK doesn't want to be part of the project, so you can go, but we want to keep the rest of the EU intact - so here's the plan"

 

 

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Just received following email in response to the 300,000 strong WTO/No Deal petition. It will be discussed on Monday at 4:30pm along with 'similar' petitions including those caling for second referendum and cancelling Brexit etc

So I suppose  they will use this debate as final chance before the big vote to pressure MPs again to back May's crappy deal... 

 

Dear Grubby Little Oik

You recently signed the petition "Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.": https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963 The Petitions Committee (the group of MPs who oversee the petitions system) met today and agreed to schedule a debate on Monday 14 January 2019 on the following group of petitions expressing different views on leaving the European Union: Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963  Leave the EU now https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/221747  Walk away now! We voted for a No Deal Brexit https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/235185  Grant a People's Vote if Parliament rejects the EU Withdrawal Agreement https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/232984  To have a second referendum on Britain leaving the EU https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/231461 STOP BREXIT https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/226509  Stop Brexit if parliament rejects the deal https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/236261 The Committee has decided to have a single debate on these petitions because it wanted to ensure they were debated as soon as possible, so they would be less likely to be overtaken by events. The Committee has included some smaller petitions because they are very similar to those with 100,000 signatures. The debate will start at 4.30pm. You can watch it at http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons. A transcript will be published the following day at https://hansard.parliament.uk You can follow the Petitions Committee on Twitter @HoCpetitions Thanks, The Petitions team UK Government and Parliament

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2 minutes ago, BadAlchemy said:

Just received following email in response to the 300,000 strong WTO/No Deal petition. It will be discussed on Monday at 4:30pm along with 'similar' petitions including those caling for second referendum and cancelling Brexit etc

So I suppose  they will use this debate as final chance before the big vote to pressure MPs again to back May's crappy deal... 

 

Dear Grubby Little Oik

You recently signed the petition "Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.": https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963 The Petitions Committee (the group of MPs who oversee the petitions system) met today and agreed to schedule a debate on Monday 14 January 2019 on the following group of petitions expressing different views on leaving the European Union: Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963  Leave the EU now https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/221747  Walk away now! We voted for a No Deal Brexit https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/235185  Grant a People's Vote if Parliament rejects the EU Withdrawal Agreement https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/232984  To have a second referendum on Britain leaving the EU https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/231461 STOP BREXIT https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/226509  Stop Brexit if parliament rejects the deal https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/236261 The Committee has decided to have a single debate on these petitions because it wanted to ensure they were debated as soon as possible, so they would be less likely to be overtaken by events. The Committee has included some smaller petitions because they are very similar to those with 100,000 signatures. The debate will start at 4.30pm. You can watch it at http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons. A transcript will be published the following day at https://hansard.parliament.uk You can follow the Petitions Committee on Twitter @HoCpetitions Thanks, The Petitions team UK Government and Parliament

I got the same, of course

All kicked into touch. But at least the MPs can say that they have been debated as the rules stipulate

To be fair, MPs must be thoroughly sick of all these petitions where they know that their debate is no more than a pretence.

I'm sick of the petitions for their very pretence too.

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My prediction of the next debate:

 

Treason May announces that February and March will be swapped this year so March 29th will never happen.

Jacob Rees Mogg will say something awfully clever after everyone has left the room.

David Davis will say  "I told you so, there was a report on my desk about this".

Corbyn will say nothing and let the Tories take the blame for everything.

Dianne Abbot will ask whether 29 is a big number, she's heard of Article 50 but hasn't got past Article 2.

the So-Called BBC will report the death of several children in a country I've never heard of.

 

 

 

 

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On a BA flight last night and this was in their business onboard whatever it's called magazine. 

Interview with some manager of a poncy London hotel.

So due to the brexit vote they are now having to treat their staff like human beings as they no longer have a constant stream of EE turning up stating give me any job for any money and I will do it no questions asked....

Wonderful news. I expect to hear more of theses great brexit news stories on the So-Called BBC in coming weeks. 

 

 

 

 

 

xD

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Grieves motion being voted on now to give more powser to parliament and force a new deal to be given to parliament after mays deql gets rejected within 3 days.

This is beginning to look like a general election is going to happen sooner than we think. May is becoming untenable.

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1 minute ago, Green Devil said:

Grieves motion being voted on now to give more powser to parliament and force a new deal to be given to parliament after mays deql gets rejected within 3 days.

This is beginning to look like a general election is going to happen sooner than we think. May is becoming untenable.

the whole lot of them are untenable.

 

has there been some sort of vote to stop spending on no deal preparations?

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23 minutes ago, Dipsy said:

Motion passed. Calls for TM to call a GE for 4th April, dissolve parliament so they can't stop Brexit.

This is looking like the only way she will get her brexit means brexit. If she doesnt i guess we can assume that brexit really meant norway deal or 2nd referendum?

Looks like remain are in control of the HOC now. Traiterous scum!

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On 09/12/2018 at 19:00, spunko said:

YI was worried that it would be all shouty, brash men acting like they are in the terraces, but it really wasn't at all. I got speaking to some younger people/of similar age group as find it easy to talk to them, many of them were pretty clued up on politics and Brexit and knew what the score was. Shame that there weren't more under 35s but still not too bad.

i wouldn't be too disheartened. Most of the under 35s who were in favour of remaining, couldnt even be arsed to vote, so Im not at all surprised that any who were in favour of Brexit wouldnt be arsed to go on the march either.

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6 hours ago, Hopeful said:

 

 

I can still only think that the planning is all for No Deal and all the rest is a charade to stop SJW Remainers getting upset prematurely and other EU countries getting any ideas of leaving the EU.

It could even all be sewn up beforehand at an EU level - "We know the UK doesn't want to be part of the project, so you can go, but we want to keep the rest of the EU intact - so here's the plan"

 

 

That`s the conclusion i`m coming to ,it`s the end of the world but every MP fucks off for a fortnight for Christmas not a peep then it`s back to where they finished just like a commercial break at the cinema 

 

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2 hours ago, sarahbell said:

the whole lot of them are untenable.

 

has there been some sort of vote to stop spending on no deal preparations?

Her NHS ten year plan speech sounded very much like a pre election pledge 

Edited by Long time lurking

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4 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

That`s the conclusion i`m coming to ,it`s the end of the world but every MP fucks off for a fortnight for Christmas not a peep then it`s back to where they finished just like a commercial break at the cinema 

 

If that is the case, and while I would be delighted, the time wasted by the shenanigans that could have been better spent making the UK more prosperous and a better place to live is shameful*.

*Unless you have no ideas how to do that in any case, and so shenanigans are a most welcome face-saver.

Edited by Hopeful

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53 minutes ago, Hopeful said:

If that is the case, and while I would be delighted, the time wasted by the shenanigans that could have been better spent making the UK more prosperous and a better place to live is shameful*.

*Unless you have no ideas how to do that in any case, and so shenanigans are most welcome

It`s all about seen to be trying IMO 

Leaving on the 29/3 with no deal dont mean we will have no deal ,as it`s from then we then start to negotiate THE deal ,the plus point is we will have all our cards at our disposal at that point 

Edited by Long time lurking

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On 15/12/2018 at 13:01, Bricks & Mortar said:

Yup.  We should tax aviation and ship fuel, and use the money to subsidise greener transport options.

Trouble is, planes and ships can fill up anywhere, where the fuel is cheapest, so unless such a tax is introduced globally and multilaterally, all you do is disadvantage UK based operators.

A bit like the EU introducing all manner of H&S and environmentlly friendly industrial regulation; manufacturing just relocates to China, where they dont worry about such matters.

Edited by Mirror Mirror
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I was speaking to our well-to-do receptionist today about Brexit, cooking and stuff. Regarding No Deal, she said "Imagine having to eat seasonal fruit & veg and being self-sufficient in food". I'm hearing a lot more vocal support recently.

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