CyberWorrier · a month ago

Teresa May put a ‘spanner in the works’ from the outset 3 years ago. This gave leverage for the E.U to have a stronger bargaining position and frustrate the majority who voted leave. The Labour party and the Lib dems have ‘financial interests’ in many cases with the E.U with certain cross party members on the payroll. As far as a General Election is concerned, the Brexit Party and its supporters are angry but ready for the challenge ahead.

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JacePearce · a month ago

The 31st October…‘leave’ deadline is getting closer. I think Boris will be granted an extension, and a General Election will surely follow.

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SilentEyes · a month ago

Do you really think he will win a General Election? It is not that likely. I think Nigel stands a better chance, with his Brexit party. Boris has not fulfilled his promises.

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GardenRose · a month ago

The Brits maybe heading for a no deal?

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