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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2019 4:17 am 
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Theresa May is a CLOWN...

I really do not think her or her staff are competent.

There must be some constitutional way to remove an incompetent PM?

29th March was the date UK left EU.... the rest is just nonsense.

What happened to things being urgent leading up to 29th March... and even more so the next couple of weeks up to 12th April... then loopy Theresa gets a Halloween extension... and MPs just fuck off on Holiday, and Parliament shuts down. ... and no sign of urgency when they stagger back?

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MAY IN THE DOCK: Court Case Challenges Brexit Extension
By Darrell Goodliffe, Political Editor
Posted on May 9, 2019

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I am sure that no Brexiteer can forget Gina Miller and how she took the government to court in a bid to force the Government to put triggering Article 50 and therefore beginning the Brexit process to a Parliamentary vote. Miller successfully argued her case and incidentally at the time told the then UKIP leader, Nigel Farage that he should be her “biggest fan”.

Now the proverbial boot is (kind of) on the other foot as Robin Tilbrook, Chairman of the English Democrats, is challenging the legality of seemingly interminable extension of Article 50. Although, of course, were the government to lose this case it would illicit an almighty cheer from every Brexiteer up and down the land, this is not, strictly speaking about the politics of Leave v Remain as the claim submitted to the High Court explains:

    This is not an attempt to engage in politics by another means but a question of whether the Crown may, without primary legislation and potentially indefinitely, extend the application of EU law, the obligations of membership and the fetter it places on Parliamentary sovereignty.

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EU earthquake. The Brexit Party polls higher than Labour and Tories, COMBINED!
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And... if there was EVER any doubt that Farage is just "Tory-lite" ......


Nigel Farage says it’s his 'duty’ to stand as MP at the next general election as he campaigns in a Labour heartland where 70 per cent of voters backed LEAVE and warns Corbyn's party is 'vulnerable'

  • Mr Farage won't reveal election seat - but spoke in Yvette Cooper's constituency
  • Ex-UKIP chief says the PM cannot ignore the millions set to vote for Brexit Party
  • Admits he'd 'do deal with the devil' to get No Deal including backing new Tory PM
  • Brexit Party is racing ahead with a predicted 34 per cent of the vote on May 23
  • Theresa May 's Conservatives are heading for just 10 per cent - putting them 5th
  • Labour on 16 per cent, Lib Dems on 15 per cent and Greens on 11 per cent
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg begs traditional Tory voters to back them to help a new leader


By Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter For Mailonline
Published: 18:38 AEST, 13 May 2019 | Updated: 01:59 AEST, 14 May 2019

Nigel Farage today revealed he will stand to be an MP - calling it 'his duty' - as his Brexit Party looks set to thrash the Tories into fifth place in the upcoming EU elections.

The former UKIP leader also admitted he would be willing to prop up the next Conservative leader to make them Prime Minister in the event of a hung Parliament - but only if they agree to leave the EU with No Deal on World Trade Organization (WTO) terms.

He told LBC today: 'I'm going to have to [stand] of course. It's a duty. We cannot ever allow again a great democratic exercise like this to be railroaded aside by career politicians of the Labour and Tory parties'.

Mr Farage, who last stood in South Thanet in 2015 but lost to the Tories -his seventh failed attempt at getting into Parliament - has not said the constituency he would target.

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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2019 5:58 pm 
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You can't deny that Farage is making HUGE political gains.

I HOPE it works out to be for the good of the Country and not just for Farage personally.

I think he has all but killed off UKIP, and damaged the Tories at the same time. There is Political space center-right for Farage Party (and maybe other parties)

Mind you... I think it has more to do with how HOPELESS the Tories have been (especially May, but most of them)... rather than brilliant moves by Farage as such.

The narrative that Batten (Tommy Robinson/ YT boys) has pulled UKIP to the far right is of course a MSM fake news narrative... but it has worked as far as many brainwashed Normies go. UKIP would have struggled to stay relevant (and popular) once BREXIT was achieved... and that would be more of a struggle with Farage Party vying for the same sort of policies... and voters.

I still think there is a place for a Tommy Robinson (Party)... NOT far right as they will be labeled... but certainly "Popularist Movement" like we see in several other European countries. If Tommy picks the correct electorate he might just win himself an MP seat in a General Election, and with the right (popular) candidates in selected electorates he might even be able to get a few other MPs aligned with the same Popular movement (Party)

In Hindsight..
Just as well that Tommy is INDEPENDENT.. and not tangled up with UKIP (and their demise)... funny how that worked out :roll
Rather than Tommy (the false portrayal of Tommy) dragging UKIP down.... it would have been Media smears of UKIP that might have dragged Tommy away from his core base supporters.

I think Tommy Robinson could be BIGGER THAN UKIP (and even Farage Party also)

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The Brexit Party’s Most Senior Election Official Says Tommy Robinson Has Been “Persecuted” And Islamophobia Is “Made Up”

Nigel Farage distanced himself from his party's national election agent after BuzzFeed News uncovered the posts.

Posted on May 14, 2019, at 3:50 a.m.



The Brexit Party has distanced itself from its most senior election official after BuzzFeed News found he had defended Tommy Robinson and repeatedly mocked the concept of Islamophobia.

Noel Matthews, the Brexit Party’s national election agent and the person with ultimate legal responsibility for its European election campaign, last year posted an article sympathetic to the far-right former EDL activist and wrote: “THIS. Tommy Robinson Drew Attention to Grooming Gangs. Britain Has Persecuted Him.”

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Nigel Farage has said that one of his main reasons for quitting UKIP and setting up the Brexit Party was his former party’s “fixation” with Robinson and Islam.

But in developments that contradict Farage’s claims that his new party is “deeply intolerant of all intolerance”, in February this year — after the Brexit Party had been set up — Matthews praised a rally organised by Robinson at the BBC. “Tommy's no politician but it looks like he has the BBC bang to rights,” he wrote. “His rally is about corrupt media. It's not about racism or fascism.”

It can also be revealed that Matthews, a former UKIP candidate, has repeatedly questioned and mocked the concept of Islamophobia. Farage has previously insisted that his Brexit Party would not “even be discussing Islam”.

In a tweet last year Matthews asked: “Is it Islamaphobia or Islamophobia? I missed it when that word was made up”.

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Apparently... May will introduce the same old shit (not allowed)... but within a withdrawal bill.. going through all the Bill processes (amended in committee etc), and so that will get over the rule about NOT introducing the same thing :roll


It should NOT pass 4th time... already failed 3 times.

There will need to be some sort of deal with Labour? and I cant see that working out well... for either Party....

And.... as I keep saying... the EU bureaucrats have already said THEY will not accept any departures from the "Treaty"... so whatever May gets through UK parliament may well be rejected by EU :roll

Once again... Maybe the EU will simply get fed up and expell the UK?

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Delingpod 20: Gerard Batten
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Peter Bone STUNS May as he pulls out letter in PMQS demanding PM resigns NOW

BREXITEER Peter Bone stunned Theresa May in Prime Minster Questions when he revealed a letter signed by Conservative activists demanding a no deal Brexit and her resignation immediately.

By Gerrard Kaonga
PUBLISHED: 07:21, Thu, May 16, 2019 | UPDATED: 07:59, Thu, May 16, 2019

Tory MP Peter Bone shocked Theresa May and the House of Commons when he pulled out a letter signed by loyal Conservative activists with demands of the Prime Minister. Mr Bone explained that these Conservatives considered Mrs May’s deal worse than remaining in the EU and wanted her to resign before the European elections next week. The Leave supporting MP said: “For more than 20 years I have worked with an incredible group of Conservatives in Wellingborough Rushden.

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May agrees to set timetable for her departure after vote on Brexit bill

Whatever that means.... :roll

A "Timetable?

How about she goes NOW!!! :cool


Apparently she will go 1st week of June.... but I'll believe that only AFTER she is gone.

2 MORE WEEKS?? :doh

And it gets worse.... the 2 weeks (June) is just the delay before she announces her "timetable of when she might leave" :wall


UK STILL needs to exit EU (with no deal).... NOW!!!

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There is now discussion of WHO will take over as PM

I have only been following UK politics limited to the Brexit farce...but I have not seen anybody I would want as PM.

Certainly NOT Boris Johnson

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