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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: December 12, 2018, 10:03:47 PM »
Who cares. Last 16 was already guaranteed. Save themselves for the trip to the drug/crime capital of Europe on Sunday!

Lurgan?

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 12, 2018, 09:15:17 PM »
I'd just love to know what the geniuses on here would think Corbyn can do. Or should do. His opponents are tearing themselves apart over an issue created by them for no good reason. Should he risk the exact same thing happening to his own party by coming up with a plan that he cannot implement at present as he's in opposition? I don't understand the logic here. Labour need to get back into power. Things will be better for everyone bar the Boris Johnson/Jacob Rees Mogg brigade when this happens.

The opposition is supposed to be a Government in waiting. Thon front bench is a disgrace. They have no clear deliverable vision on Brexit. Their view should be a peoples vote, but Corbyn is that much of a left wing looney he won't support that. Abbott, McDonnell et al are un-electable as a Government.
What should Corbyn do? Lead or leave!

May limps on. Nothing changes. No support for the deal. A GE is highly unlikely, a 2nd referendum seems to be the only way forward. Hopefully Labour get their act together if that's the case.
 

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 12, 2018, 01:30:51 PM »
Did you ever see a more pitiful performance from the Leader of the opposition. The PM, is wounded, lying prone in front of you and all you he had to do was kill her off. Just offer a genuine alternative. But no, he was as weak as piss. Utterly useless. Never mind TM it's time he fucked off as well.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 12, 2018, 12:57:49 PM »
I don't think they have the votes to oust her . . . if they do the chaos will be worse than it is now!!!

They might not have the votes but if they get 120-130 then her position becomes nearly untenable.  The reality is if there is a leadership contest then we are scarily looking at a No Deal and a hard border.  Will be the end of January before there's a new PM in and that gives you 8 weeks to get the deal done before the 29th March.  Really difficult to see that happening

Does parliament have to vote for a no deal Brexit?

Not necessarily. As in if we reach 29th March 2019 with no withdrawal deal then essentially that will be a disorderly no deal exit. However Parliament could vote to avoid this either by agreeing to May's deal, another version of it or by asking the EU to extend Article 50 which is what I would bet on.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 12, 2018, 09:16:27 AM »
So just to be clear this is a confidence vote in the leadership of the Conservative party. It is not a Leadership election.... yet.

She very may win it. Leaving her immune from another challenge until next year. I think she'll agree to go after Brexit, it won't be enough, she can't carry the DUP, Gov falls GE. Then who knows.

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General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: December 11, 2018, 09:33:37 PM »
Don't think golf is his first sport, or even fifth, from what I heard.

Who the fook is that guy?

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General discussion / Re: A United Ireland. Opening up the discussion.
« on: December 11, 2018, 09:03:23 PM »
Ironically by opposing a UI at every turn round and indeed opposing everything they now appear to have pushed the issue front and centre.
I was talking to a friend today. We'd both be of a similar political persuasion. We both would aspire to a UI but never really seen it as achievable certainly not in the near future. That's changed. We both see a unification vote being winnable in the next 5-10 years.

All thanks in no small part to SF and the IRA. You can send your thanks to Slab and the boys anytime you want Trailer.

Slab the big Republican lol. You have to hand it to him, he played SF & IRA supporters like a fiddle.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 11, 2018, 08:33:35 PM »
By the way where in hells blazes are SF, unless they are in bed with Leo and Coveney and have agreed to keep their heads down??

Mary Lou was mouthing off in the Dail today. Leo put her in her place. It's a time for diplomacy not for SF trying to jam a Unification vote into the proceedings.

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General discussion / Re: A United Ireland. Opening up the discussion.
« on: December 11, 2018, 08:31:54 PM »
Ironically by opposing a UI at every turn round and indeed opposing everything they now appear to have pushed the issue front and centre.
I was talking to a friend today. We'd both be of a similar political persuasion. We both would aspire to a UI but never really seen it as achievable certainly not in the near future. That's changed. We both see a unification vote being winnable in the next 5-10 years.

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: December 11, 2018, 02:30:28 PM »
I don't think he's admitted he's overweight, has he not said he's too muscular?

He's shite that's what he is. A 75 million Tony Cascarino.

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Tyrone / Re: Tyrone Club Football and Hurling
« on: December 10, 2018, 03:32:57 PM »
What's peoples thoughts on Ryan Daly leaving Tyrone Coaching staff, unbelievable that they let him leave, such a great talent and I really think the clubs should make their point heard on Tuesday night, penny pinching again......

Well Ryan how's things?

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 10, 2018, 03:27:46 PM »
How short peoples memories are. If the last GE went the way all ye experts thought then there would be no drama this week but Corbyn showed May up for the ball of shite that she is. A brilliant man who actually gives a f**k about people. Britain would be a much better place after a few years of his stewardship but ironically the biggest problem he has are the tories in his own party still lamenting the departure of the butcher.

What is Labour's position on Brexit? No one knows. Not even them. Stephen Kinnock was running around at the weekend talking about Norway deal, or Norway+ despite Norway saying "no chance guys, do one lads." Coming out with this bullshit unicorn solution shows them up for what they are.
On Brexit you could argue they're worse than the Government.

Peston is a p***k. Hate him.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 10, 2018, 03:17:39 PM »
According to Peston on twitter he isn't going to bite as that would be (seen to be)putting party before country and he wants to put the country first and go back to the EU to renegotiate.

Corbyn is elevated beyond his capabilities. Policies from the 1900's. Him and Abbott both need to be expunged.

Also Peston is a f**king bullshit journalist. Not credible as a human being.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 10, 2018, 01:26:27 PM »
Sterling is in the gutter.

Ouch

I'm still not convinced there is any sort of Brexit, hard or soft.

Second referendum or GE. If it's a GE there will be mayhem in the North.

I think Gov returning to EU for a cosmetic renegotiation is most likely. May might get the boot and replaced by a Brexiteer or coalition of Soft Remain/ Brexiteer.
Because of fixed term parliament act, a GE must be voted for by MPs (unlikely) a peoples vote requires MPs to vote for it (Unlikely) No Confidence in the Gov will be supported by DUP, keeps Corbyn out.

Brexiteers haven't got a leader to rally round. Rees Mogg, Boris etc, etc have already shown that by not putting their hands up when May produced the deal. they didn't get enough letters to trigger a leadership challenge.

Hurlers on the ditch.

Agreed, sniping from the sideline. They should've been cast first and centre in the negotiations with the EU. If that had have happened they'd have been finished with long ago like David Davis, who lets remember, negotiated a good chunk of this agreement.

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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: December 10, 2018, 01:02:18 PM »
Sterling is in the gutter.

Ouch

I'm still not convinced there is any sort of Brexit, hard or soft.

Second referendum or GE. If it's a GE there will be mayhem in the North.

I think Gov returning to EU for a cosmetic renegotiation is most likely. May might get the boot and replaced by a Brexiteer or coalition of Soft Remain/ Brexiteer.
Because of fixed term parliament act, a GE must be voted for by MPs (unlikely) a peoples vote requires MPs to vote for it (Unlikely) No Confidence in the Gov will be supported by DUP, keeps Corbyn out.

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