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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SocketRocket View Post
    No Deal! I guess that means Brexit then. In our referendum we were asked if we wanted to leave the EU or not, we decided we wanted to leave, since that time words like 'Cliff Edge' 'Crashing out' have been created to scare people. No one asked us if we wanted a 'Deal' I guess it would be in the interests of the EU for us to agree a trade deal with them as they want us to accept most of the constraints that are shackled to the other EU countries, no one else they have agreed trade deals with need to agree things like freedom of anyone in the EU to come and live in their countries or the superiority of the ECJ over their own courts but seems like we would need to. I honestly believe a quick withdraw from the EU would be the best thing for us, we could then get on with designing our own direction. If the EU would like to continue access to our markets then they would need to start asking us nicely. All the talk from big business has been IMO gerrymongered by some of our own government, just like Cameron did with Obama. The Irish border is as much a project for the EU to solve as us, I believe if we were left to sort it then it would be no big problem.
    We are asking for the Divorce, the EU is not. So EU is expecting us to provide a solution as we asked the question. We are saying that we should keep the house, the alimony but not the children or any other commitments. Oh btw, we will be seeing other people. and one more thing, we will need access to your house and garden when we want to party or go fishing.

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3offTheTee View Post
    Whilst Doon’s figures may be correct they were taken from The Guardian over THIRTEEN months’ ago!
    Do you want to post up the most recent yearly ones then ?

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    Good luck. I explained it 2 years ago but someone conveniently forgot it.
    So that would be this years 300 yard drive compared to last years 330 yard drive and the 200 yard drive compared to last years 180 yard drive.
    Got it

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doon frae Troon View Post
    Do you want to post up the most recent yearly ones then ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Doon frae Troon View Post
    So that would be this years 300 yard drive compared to last years 330 yard drive and the 200 yard drive compared to last years 180 yard drive.
    Got it
    I love the way you try to deflect when you’re shown to be clueless, as usual.
    Give it big humpties

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    I love the way you try to deflect when you’re shown to be clueless, as usual.
    You love it because it makes you feel superior? Or because you can belittle someone else?

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxfli65 View Post
    You love it because it makes you feel superior? Or because you can belittle someone else?
    Neither, but thanks for asking
    Give it big humpties

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudball View Post
    We are asking for the Divorce, the EU is not. So EU is expecting us to provide a solution as we asked the question. We are saying that we should keep the house, the alimony but not the children or any other commitments. Oh btw, we will be seeing other people. and one more thing, we will need access to your house and garden when we want to party or go fishing.
    Did you bother to read my post before commenting on it?

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SocketRocket View Post
    Did you bother to read my post before commenting on it?
    In the run-up to the referendum I do not recall many (or ANY) suggesting that a No Deal was a good thing - in fact the best thing - that just crashing out of the EU with No Deal and no transition would be a 'good thing' - yet that is something revisionists are now pretending to be the case.

    We did not vote for a No Deal. You just cannot now choose to decide what was and was not on the ballot paper - and so you cannot tell us that since the requirement for a Deal was not on the voting paper then No Deal and No Transition is a perfectly valid deduction from the vote. It is not. And if you continue to argue that it is, then nowhere on the paper did it say No Single Market or No Customs Union. You can't have it both ways. Cake and Eat it revisionism in full swing.
    to infinity and beyond...

    ...well from 10.0 to 9.4 this year would be nice.

    And last medal of the year (Oct) saw me play to handicap but CSS was +1 so that was me down 0.2 from 8.3 to 8.1

    Job done

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by SwingsitlikeHogan View Post
    In the run-up to the referendum I do not recall many (or ANY) suggesting that a No Deal was a good thing - in fact the best thing - that just crashing out of the EU with No Deal and no transition would be a 'good thing' - yet that is something revisionists are now pretending to be the case.

    We did not vote for a No Deal. You just cannot now choose to decide what was and was not on the ballot paper - and so you cannot tell us that since the requirement for a Deal was not on the voting paper then No Deal and No Transition is a perfectly valid deduction from the vote. It is not. And if you continue to argue that it is, then nowhere on the paper did it say No Single Market or No Customs Union. You can't have it both ways. Cake and Eat it revisionism in full swing.
    I think the vast majority expected to walk away and then strike the deals. It was a simple in/out, and that’s what Cameron et al sold it as. Everyone and their dog understood the vote, in or out. Not out with a lot of in. And it’s not for you to choose deal/no deal either based on what was or wasn’t on the ballot paper.

    Revisionists pretending; do you see monsters under the bed too? Where on earth are you dredging this rubbish from?

    As for using emotive language like “crashing out, or cliff edge.” Oh for God’s sake get real. The wheels won’t grind to a shuddering halt on Brexit day, and it’s not in the best interests for either side to allow that. You might believe Armageddon is hurtling towards us but the reality won’t be anything remotely close to that. Trading issues, yes but both sides will look to mitigate those. Armageddon, don’t be silly.
    Give it big humpties

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    Re: Theresa May - Not up to the Job of PM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbit View Post
    I think the vast majority expected to walk away and then strike the deals. It was a simple in/out, and that’s what Cameron et al sold it as. Everyone and their dog understood the vote, in or out. Not out with a lot of in. And it’s not for you to choose deal/no deal either based on what was or wasn’t on the ballot paper.

    Revisionists pretending; do you see monsters under the bed too? Where on earth are you dredging this rubbish from?

    As for using emotive language like “crashing out, or cliff edge.” Oh for God’s sake get real. The wheels won’t grind to a shuddering halt on Brexit day, and it’s not in the best interests for either side to allow that. You might believe Armageddon is hurtling towards us but the reality won’t be anything remotely close to that. Trading issues, yes but both sides will look to mitigate those. Armageddon, don’t be silly.
    No they didn't - they absolutely didn't - they understood very different things abut what leaving the EU and what would be required to meet their expectations of life after leaving the EU.

    'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed' covers leaving and re-engaging. In that sense they are not separate processes. So we cannot leave the EU and then start working out how we might re-engage. Many might have thought that - but I suggest that they misunderstood or were misinformed.
    to infinity and beyond...

    ...well from 10.0 to 9.4 this year would be nice.

    And last medal of the year (Oct) saw me play to handicap but CSS was +1 so that was me down 0.2 from 8.3 to 8.1

    Job done

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