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1 hour ago, Karl said:

I'm struggling to see which of he policies are far right, at worst she is center right with a healthy dose of French Socialist.

 

Karl for my understanding I needed to do a google - I already knew the history about the party, but never thought about it or broke it down before.

 

Is this a fair assessment?

 

Le Pen Father and the National Front  party was originally far-right.  When Le Pen took over she changed the party (some members of the party did not like this) and it is a different party now compared to 7 years ago.  Therefore the party has always been considered to be far-right, but Le Pen polices is right, or as Karl said centre right?

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What a strange evening I have done two likes on whiskychaser posts, and I am still laughing at one of them because we don't share the same views on some things.  It becomes even stranger I never thought I would see the funny side to an anti-brexit advert.  It made me laugh even more tonight - glad I am not voting tonight as I may placed the X in a party that supports the EU as a laugh and wasted my vote

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Arrghhhhh! Bliar is piping up again. All I can think is brexit is going to affect his vast wealth or vast income. I can only think of 2 reasons why he keeps sticking his oar in. Either, he's a bigger narcissist than I gave him credit and he thinks his views are welcome or it's a double bluff and he realises everybody hates him so will deliberately vote contrary to what he's saying by voting for a pro leave party. Either way, I wish he would just F**K OFF

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47 minutes ago, Nomis said:

Arrghhhhh! Bliar is piping up again. All I can think is brexit is going to affect his vast wealth or vast income. I can only think of 2 reasons why he keeps sticking his oar in. Either, he's a bigger narcissist than I gave him credit and he thinks his views are welcome or it's a double bluff and he realises everybody hates him so will deliberately vote contrary to what he's saying by voting for a pro leave party. Either way, I wish he would just F**K OFF emoji35.png

Yep, the wonkey-eyed tosser was on TV saying he is considering a return to politics,......No no and thrice no!

 

It's as big a volte face as when that other accomplished slimeball, Alex Salmond, made his triumphant return as leader of the SNP having stepped down 4 years earlier and now says he would consider coming back to lead the SNP again!.

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On ‎03‎/‎04‎/‎2017 at 8:00 PM, HotboxDeluxe said:

The Tories have threatened to go to war with Spain, about the same as Juncker threatened to split up the USA. emoji23.png

 

Don't know who is silliest on this Juncker re USA stupidity, or Spain being accommodated re Veto by EU crass move and Michael Howard getting the context and comments all wrong.

However, the die is cast for Spanish veto, ably supported by our EU no longer colleagues, so change that if UK can. !

 

I am giving up on Brexit postings now, I can see no commonsense from either UK or EU parties, just slinging as many complications, added trash and punishments that UK may or may not deserve.

No idea where this democratic decision by UK will lead us to very soon - doubt and agreement is possible now re above additional complications that arise each and every day. 

 

 

19 June 2017.

well it happening now, kick of started - embraces, gifts exchanged etc.

what happens to GB, we shafted now as punishment for daring to want our destiny back ?

difficult times over next month - did our politicians/civil servants actually produce a plan or do we go in with blank sheet A4 and take notes as we go.....................

 

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47 minutes ago, urquattro said:

I am giving up on Brexit postings now

 

My reasons, not even sure if we will have a Government, albeit The Queen's Speech is already prepared.  Don't like quoting the Mail, but it illustrates my point:

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4618066/Talks-Tories-DUP-not-finished.html 

 

In the next few hours or days my feelings may change.

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Round one:

Britain agrees to suspend talks on trade until the bar tab, citizens' right and the Irish border are resolved. Not a great start. In the interval, Philip Hammond says:

'' The British people did not vote to become poorer or less secure. They did vote to leave the EU. And we will leave the EU. But it must be done in a way that works for Britain''

 

So there you have it. The government falls over in round one and says it’s all your fault for voting to be poorer and less secure.

 

Can’t wait for round two…'know what I mean 'arry?'

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Pretty p/poor if Davis conceding on day 1.

needs a common sense advisor to examine the effect of change before we start conceding.

no idea, like this Government what the UK bottom line is.

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It seems that far from a deal being struck, the DUP refused to pick up their phones for 36 hours and want £2 billion for N Ireland. The government showed on day one of the Brexit negotiations that far from being strong and stable, it is a pushover. It cannot give in to blackmail as well. It is finished 

 

Or does 'no deal is better than a bad deal' not apply when you are hanging onto power by your fingertips? 

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The man has done a very good job of being all things to all people because I guess that even he didn't think that he would do as well as he did so felt free to promise huge hand outs to the young and dumb. I'll wager that he is most relieved that he didn't get the big job.

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1 hour ago, Karl said:

 I'll wager that he is most relieved that he didn't get the big job.

 

And I'll wager that he's not as relieved as I am that he didn't get it. 

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Since posting the above link on Facebook all of my Corbynites friends have stop posting their left wing vile waffle, and with their constant insults towards the Tories; or they have unfollowed me - I don't care either way :lol:

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7 hours ago, Karl said:

 as he did so felt free to promise huge hand outs to the young and dumb.

 

It also seems like the young broke the law for him

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/tory-mp-sir-henry-bellingham-students-voted-twice-general-election_uk_595df19fe4b0d5b458e817b4

 

Only a rumour at the moment and not in the article that some homeowners with more than one home voted twice for labour also

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Is anyone surprised that students voted for Corbyn? A choice between free further education and a £57K debt before you turn a wheel is what our cousins across the pond would call a no brainer.

You have to congratulate him on his strategy though - he didn't do anything. Had Mavis done nothing, she would not now be back pedalling at a great rate of knots. Sometimes, less is more :) 

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