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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    You want independence from the UK, yet you want a say in UK politics?
    It has obviously escaped your notice that Scotland is part of the UK. It doesn't matter what I want, the country is still part of the UK

    You have your own devolved parliament, and we English don't
    You have Westminster with its massive inbuilt English majority
    Yet you think it is acceptable to English nationalists to accept SNP input in Westminster
    There are reserved issues - defence, foreign affair, welfare, taxation - which are reserved. Do you suggest we should just sit back and meeky accept what the Colonial parliament decides? Even in Devolved matters such as Health and education we need an input since whatever is decided by English MPs has a knock on effect to Scotland.

    Yet you, predictably, continue to hijack threads with your constant pro sturgeon carping, (pun intended)
    Hijack threads'? So you really do believe Scots should have no say? That is just plain ridiculous.

    Someone had the great idea for there to be an Indy ref 2 sub forum, for you and your mates to discuss all your Scottish business
    Ridiculous! We are not discussing Indyref 2!!!

    Yet you still troll, why?
    Troll? Laughable comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondDelauney View Post
    Having a point of view isn't "trolling".
    This is the "United Kingdom Politics & Political" part of the Forum. Scotland is still a part of the United Kingdom, and Scottish Members have as much right to contribute as anyone else.
    Well said!!!

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    Whatever, boring repetitiveness is akin to trolling. This thread was supposed to be about the hilarious idea of Corbyn being a part of BREXIT negotiations.

    Now it has been dragged way off topic. But hey, you have your enablers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    Whatever, boring repetitiveness is akin to trolling. This thread was supposed to be about the hilarious idea of Corbyn being a part of BREXIT negotiations.

    Now it has been dragged way off topic. But hey, you have your enablers...
    It still seems to be on topic, actually. From the O.P (my bold):

    Asked if that meant Ms May should include other party leaders in her negotiating team, a spokesman for Mr Verhofstadt said: “Absolutely.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by morayloon View Post
    So you want to prevent posts from Scots. A ban on all Scottish views on UK politics? You must be joking! Right?

    No he wasn't................LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expounder View Post
    No he wasn't................LOL
    Oh, you think you are amusing do you?

    Just keep the hogwash coming, so we can point and laugh. 😴

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    Oh, you think you are amusing do you?

    Just keep the hogwash coming, so we can point and laugh. 
    I apologise if you think I have dissed you but some of the debates do end up inviting a pantomime audience interjection.
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    Back on topic!

    I think that he should be included. With his changes of mind and policy with the wind, he would dismay and disoriente the EU negotiators to such an extent that they would give us whatever we want just to rid of having to talk to Corbyn.

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    I think he is more likely to give them anything they want, just to keep himself on the "world stage".
    Same as all the others do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expounder View Post

    “Brexit is about the whole of the UK. It will affect all UK citizens, and EU citizens in the UK. This is much bigger than one political party’s internal divisions or short term electoral positioning. It’s about people’s lives,” Mr Verhofstadt told The Independent.
    Indeed it is. About peoples lives that is. Which is all the more reason why the EU and especially people like Mr Pastry Face Verhofstadt should have understood that the reason there was a referendum in the first place is precisely because people were not happy with the EU status quo. And what did Mr Verhofstadt and his friends do about it? More of the same springs to mind.

    It should also be added that the "one political party’s internal divisions" he is referring to (its obvious which one it is, but he hasn't got the balls to say it out loud) is actually an ELECTED political party.If only just. Which is more than can be said for Mr fecking Pastry Face and his friends.

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