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Kemedian Posted Today, 11:37am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 17th Sep 2019, 10:46am) *
On the contrary Kem, i'm fully aware of the impact Brexit has had on politics and especially the impact it will have if it is forced on Scotland by your fellow Brits.

We should never have allowed ourselves to be dragged into this mess.

I'm jealous of other normal independent European countries who run their own affairs sensibly.

You want independence for Scotland no matter what. Deal or no deal.

But I don't recall you ever stating your clear preferred outcome of the Brexit process. Despite numerous opportunities, you stick evasively to your tired old lines that existed before and will no doubt carry on after Brexit (or its debut series) is over. ph34r.gif ph34r.gif ph34r.gif ph34r.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted Today, 09:50am
 
QUOTE (ashfield @ 17th Sep 2019, 08:18am) *
That would be bad, but not as bad as the possibility of Johnston and Farage being in charge. The Lib-Dems will probably take some votes from Labour and others from the wet Tories. Johnston is more worried about losing votes to the Brexit party than any other.

Meanwhile, Johnston is working hard on our behalf to get a deal by p**ing off other European leaders. At least he's consistent rolleyes.gif



Naw....JoJo is going to replace BoJo dontcha know. laugh.gif

Johnson is doing exactly whats he's told, waste time till Halloween. yes.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted Today, 09:46am
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Sep 2019, 11:57pm) *
I don't think the impact Brexit has already had on Politics has fully sunk in for you, Jagz.

I'm jealous. wink.gif



On the contrary Kem, i'm fully aware of the impact Brexit has had on politics and especially the impact it will have if it is forced on Scotland by your fellow Brits.

We should never have allowed ourselves to be dragged into this mess.

I'm jealous of other normal independent European countries who run their own affairs sensibly.
ashfield Posted Today, 07:18am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Sep 2019, 07:05pm) *
And when there's a Tory/LibDem coalition yet again you'll probably say that Brexit is a price worth paying and we should all just suck it up i suppose?


That would be bad, but not as bad as the possibility of Johnston and Farage being in charge. The Lib-Dems will probably take some votes from Labour and others from the wet Tories. Johnston is more worried about losing votes to the Brexit party than any other.

Meanwhile, Johnston is working hard on our behalf to get a deal by p**ing off other European leaders. At least he's consistent rolleyes.gif
Kemedian Posted Y'day, 10:57pm
  I don't think the impact Brexit has already had on Politics has fully sunk in for you, Jagz.

I'm jealous. wink.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 06:05pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 16th Sep 2019, 12:19pm) *
Will there be an outright winner? I doubt it.



And when there's a Tory/LibDem coalition yet again you'll probably say that Brexit is a price worth paying and we should all just suck it up i suppose?
Kemedian Posted Y'day, 11:19am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Sep 2019, 11:36am) *
What votes were loaned to the SNP?
QUOTE (Alyn Smith SNP MEP @ 27th May 2019)
People are voting SNP for a variety of reasons - there are those who are lending us their vote and others who are diehard SNP voters, we've got people coming to us from all over the spectrum.


QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 16th Sep 2019, 11:36am) *
Do you honestly think they can win a Westminster GE?

Will there be an outright winner? I doubt it.
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 10:36am
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 15th Sep 2019, 10:17pm) *
Votes loaned to the SNP back in May's European election have more riding on them in a general election

The Lib Dems the anti-Brexit party.


What votes were loaned to the SNP?

Do you honestly believe the LibDems promises (fool me once etc etc) and more importantly do you honestly think they can win a Westminster GE?
Kemedian Posted 15th Sep 2019, 09:17pm
 
QUOTE (carmella @ 15th Sep 2019, 06:45pm) *
I was thinking about all of this after listening to LBC this morning. Does anyone regardless of personal politics think there will be another EU referendum?

I don’t but I’ve been wrong before����������

It is apparently current Labour policy. But in a Brexit election Labour is going to lose out big time, as Scottish Labour did after Indyref.

Votes loaned to the SNP back in May's European election have more riding on them in a general election, and it remains to be seen how many Scottish nationalists are in favour of leaving the EU. As to what the SNP position is on a people's vote... well we know which way the party's leader is minded, but that'll mean little unless traditional voters follow her lead. I've yet to see anyone on here (apart from myself) endorsing Sturgeon's campaign. huh.gif

The Tories are becoming the Brexit party.

The Lib Dems the anti-Brexit party.

To answer your question, Carmella, it's looking less likely than before, and I'd say no, there won't be one. And maybe that's for the best.
carmella Posted 15th Sep 2019, 05:45pm
  I was thinking about all of this after listening to LBC this morning. Does anyone regardless of personal politics think there will be another EU referendum?

I don’t but I’ve been wrong before😜😜😜😜😜
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