What version of leave is acceptable as leave?

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by chippie244, Mar 26, 2019.

  1. Baxi Boy

    Baxi Boy Active Member

    And let’s hope leave get an even greater majority for simply leaving,deal or no deal.However the remaining mp’s wouldn’t allow that would they,they’d fix it if it came to another vote.Then why not have best of three,or five perhaps if they didn’t like the first result?
     
  2. Vixere

    Vixere Active Member

    These are exciting times!

    I have to say - and yes, I know I'll be shot down for it - that our speaker is really quite awesome. He is confidently in control. Amazing grasp of parliamentary procedure and policy.

    It's fascinating to watch who has respect and who does not. Whenever an MP who has respect stands to make, say, a point of order, the house listens quietly and respectfully. Whenever, say, Leadsom, stands up, there's a constant rabble.

    Wonderful.
     
  3. You seem to just repeat yourself ie Parrot.
    Here is the Cambridge Dictionary definition of the verb.


    Meaning of parrot in English

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    parrot
    noun [ C ] uk /ˈpær.ət/ us /ˈper.ət/

    [​IMG]
    tropical bird with a curved beak, often kept as a pet and trained to copy the human voice

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    parrot
    verb [ T ] uk /ˈpær.ət/ us /ˈper.ət/ disapproving
    repeat exactly what someone else says, without understanding it or thinking about its meaning:

    She doesn't have an original thought in her head - she just parrots anything that Sara says.
     
  4. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Anybody can post a definition on urban dictionary.
    Not answering a question so it has to be repeated is a technique trolls use.
     
  5. You seem to excel at it,it is very evident on a lot of threads.
     
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  6. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Have you tried answering or asking a question?
     
  7. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Are you going to actually going to answer about wether you think the leave campaign was fined £61,000.00 and reported to the police for electoral fraud?
     
  8. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

  9. Harry Stottle

    Harry Stottle Screwfix Select

    I can only think of one reason why some of the MPs are making such a meal of brexit, and that's because they want to stay in and commit the UK to lagging behind under the deadweight of EU membership.

    The argument that imports will cost more rests upon the assumption that the EU countries will put big tariffs on their imports from UK, fair enough but we can do the same and we import more than them, so we'll be winners and the extra revenue can be used, that's if the government of whatever party doesn't hang on to it, for subsidising imports with a bit left over for general funds.

    As for jobs, because we'll be able to make things cheaper, we'll sell more so more people will be needed, those in non-manufacturing jobs will not be affected. There may be a need for more home production meaning even more jobs and reduced deficit. For people who want the UK to be better for our children and descendants, no deal is the best to go for. Also leaving with no deal will save us £39 billion at least and roughly £16 million a week, that's not a bad start to our journey back to better things.
     
  10. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    Longboat, this is the answer to your question.
     

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