Realistically there is only two options left for the next Tory leader to deliver Brexit

Piedom

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Could Dan be a sock of Dublin4?

Split personality disorder?
 

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I did. Specifically the part you highlighted That's why I'm asking.
11% of people who used to vote for Labour now vote for Brexit parties.
30% of people who used to vote Labour now vote remain Green and Lib Dem
 

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Could Dan be a sock of Dublin4?

Split personality disorder?
Oh that is gravely offensive.

I give opinions and back them up.

All D4 did was post Daily Express links and Irexit tweets.
 

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There will be no Brexit. Not for Britain anyway. There will be no EU reform, The EU holds a stronger hold than Stalin ever did and it
has measures in place to ensure time passage does not dilate its prison
 

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There will be no Brexit. Not for Britain anyway. There will be no EU reform, The EU holds a stronger hold than Stalin ever did and it
has measures in place to ensure time passage does not dilate its prison
The strongest bluff they have is the treacherous bastards in the Houses of Parliament and the media, and the useful idiots in the shires. So pretty much the establishment. A full Brexit will happen or there could be a violent uprising.
 

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11% of people who used to vote for Labour now vote for Brexit parties.
30% of people who used to vote Labour now vote remain Green and Lib Dem
No.
Of the 11% who ditched Labour, 30% of them now vote Lib Dem and Green.
Again...where did the other 70% go?
 

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Its not at all clear that Parliament much less the Speaker has the ability to stop a no-deal Brexit happening
Pro-remain MPs are worried they may have run out of parliamentary mechanisms to prevent a no-deal Brexit, and the Institute for Government has said there may be no decisive route left for parliament to block a no deal exit.
John Bercow defies Eurosceptics with vow to stay on as Speaker

Personally I think Steve Baker is looking like my favourite candidate to be the new PM.

 
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