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Igorlegend11

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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from JoeDerby in Roos, Carson or a new senior keeper   
    Anything but Roos 
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Roos, Carson or a new senior keeper   
    Anything but Roos 
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from Meestah in Liam Delap - Signed for Man City   
    Harry was always a late learner at talking too.....
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to cstand in The Politics Thread 2019   
    The vote was very clear leave or remain.
    If we voted leave we would have to negotiate a new trade deal with the EU if not possible it would mean WTO rules. 
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to i-Ram in The Politics Thread 2019   
    I voted leave, on an unconditional basis. I had the option to vote remain, again on an unconditional basis. If a deal can’t be achieved by 31 October l will be very happy to leave on a no deal basis. So too I suspect will everyone else who voted leave, and knows @eddie.
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from 1of4 in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Then you underestimate true democracy from a country that has had democracy for hundreds of years 
    The people have only had the vote for around 100years so it's going to be a brave Parliament that votes against the people, especially as Parliament have already agreed to a hard brexit 
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from McRainy in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Asking questions and expecting an answer is a novel approach.  Fingers crossed for you 👍👍
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to ossieram in The Politics Thread 2019   
    What would people vote for in this second referendum?
    Would it be Remain-- leave with a deal-- leave with no deal?
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to reverendo de duivel in The Politics Thread 2019   
    I think you're right here. The question was clear and unambiguous, remain a member or leave.
    It wasn't remain under these circumstances, or leave under different ones.
    Straight yes in or out, simple question.
     
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to G STAR RAM in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Yes that's exactly what I'm saying. Hear numerous people saying they are Remainers but would vote Leave in a second Referendum.
    So this second Referendum, is it going to spell out the definite future of the EU? Will it spell out all of their future plans? Will it rule out an EU army? Will it advise which countries will be joining the EU in the future? 
     
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to cstand in The Politics Thread 2019   
    The problem is anti British remainers will always be anti British remain or leave.  If Trump demands back payments from the EU countries that have not paid their full contributions to NATO over the years there will be an EU army.
    I never thought Blair would go to war with Iraq but we did and what a disaster that was never again hopefully
     
     
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to G STAR RAM in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Leave the EU or remain part of the EU. Nothing vague about that at all.
    I don't remember this sort of reaction to the Scottish Independence referendum which was almost exactly the same 'vague' question, but there again the politicians got the result they wanted that time so no need to kick up a fuss.
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to G STAR RAM in The Politics Thread 2019   
    I think people would vote for a no deal Brexit even if they didn't believe in it, just to see democracy served.
    People didn't consider a no deal Brexit because it was impossible, no negotiations could take place before the debate.
    The first Referendum is relevant because people voted to leave the EU. The Remain Campaign had there chance to spell out all of the pitfalls, they even had £9m of taxpayers money to do it with.
    A second Referendum would set a dangerous precedent.
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in Chris Martin fitness   
    Ninos DM'd me to say he was wrong to say dream job, and that he wish he'd played Vydra at Fulham.    🙃🙃
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from reverendo de duivel in The Politics Thread 2019   
    It was no big deal. Post removed and away we all go    ( I just stay logged in and the ignore function is cool )
    Hope you read this reply 😁😁
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Yes.   He is alleged by two posters on here to have written two speeches so he was very open minded and gave it great thought and approached it from the middle of the debate.    I don't logically see any issue in that.
    Having made his choice ( following a dismal offer from the EU to the UK made to Cameron in late 2015 ) he has stick to it and explained it.    His choice was routed in history and democracy.
    And, to clarify the wind was blowing in the direction of remain as the whole state, bank of England, all major political parties supported remain 
     
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from cstand in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Asking questions and expecting an answer is a novel approach.  Fingers crossed for you 👍👍
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to McRainy in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Yup, he's right. I, for one, wouldn't vote again, and I know many others who feel the same.
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to cstand in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Only British politicians should be able to send British troops into a conflict because we the people can remove them from government, unlike the unelected EU commission.  
     
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to Uptherams in The Politics Thread 2019   
    It's like you don't actually see what other people type. Not said that or implied it 👍
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to EtoileSportiveDeDerby in The Politics Thread 2019   
    You may wonder what does the return of Chris Martin and gorgious George in a Derby shirt has got to with Brexit and the EU...
    Whilst keeping an eye on the friendly last night I thought I would look at the online application for settled status in the UK for EU citizens. It was a breeze, done and dusted well before Chris and George came on for the second half. As long as you've got a passport with a chip in it, a phone to run the app (Android only!), the process is one of the most straight forward and painless dealings I have had with the administration anywhere. 
    It left me wondering how many of those doom predictions or things that people think will just grind to a halt will actually happen. Fully aware that some of the challenges ahead will require a bit more than an app to solve very complex issues but I never thought I would be able to get the application complete with identity and residency checks from home whilst watching football at 11pm!
    Brexit is a bit like a divorce, never easy. As I see it, Ian Holloway style,  Britain is leaving an average looking bird to look elsewhere, not a stunner, nags a bit, got a few pounds on the hips etc... but not been that bad over the 40 years+ of marriage. Trying to get some of the stunning looking ladies in the taxi (which is what is being promised by some) on the other hand is not going to be easy.  I am not convinced they can be trusted to be great partners either!
     
     
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from SchtivePesley in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Sigh.    Ok, once more again with feeling....I'll explain.
    We cannot agree a trade deal until we leave. That was always known. It's an odd EU rule attached to the exit rules to escape the federal state 
    So....once we agree terms of our departure, then trade talks commence.  IF the EU agree to our leaving, IE not a hard brexit they will leave status quo in place until a trade deal is agreed. 
    IF we leave without an agreement to leave, then the UK have said no tariffs to be placed on any EU imports and it would be highly sensible for the EU to do the same.
    The EU may decide to place all sorts of tariffs on the 1st November. But if they are sensibke and think of business across the whole of Europe they won't envoke a tariff regime.
     
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    Igorlegend11 reacted to Uptherams in The Politics Thread 2019   
    You aren't being serious are you? Because stuff like that isn't about the substance. Headlines would be Racist Nigel Farage doesn't want to trade with the EU, etc. Shitty people will just distort the truth and reality. Even now, remainers are being disingenuous and are fine with their use of language. Implying no deal means no trade whatsoever. 
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from McRainy in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Fundamental principles, knowledge and context of history are indeed sadly missing nowadays.  We joined EU to trade.  The project became a mission to have a national anthem, join the UN security council and have it's own army.
    It's not surprising we voted to leave when looked at simplistically. The EU leaders still think a future generation will take us back into Europe and openly say this. As opposed to just letting and accepting fact we are leaving. Giving the extension, merely in the hope the WA would finally be accepted by the UK was simply a waste of time and has sadly increased uncertainty.
    The Universities found lots of funding from the EU and have created a new generation of non thinkers.  
    I agree with your post, but I don't find it tiresome people can't debate and discuss issues, I personally find it a fascinating insight into human intelligence. 
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    Igorlegend11 got a reaction from Van Wolfie in The Politics Thread 2019   
    No I'm not saying that, if that helps you.
    And I've no problem with research being funded either.
    I'd suggest you consider the over inflated waste and salaries that the EU extra funding has given to threaders if the universities.   That's whateads to cries of poverty in the university world, which is far from the truth.  But they have been successful in making people think all University funding will end.  Managed centrally in the UK it will be better justified.  And we have an excellent record in funding Universities ourself. 
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