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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    1930’s Germany!! You mean the same Germany this is effectively running the EU now.
    But it's not really the same Germany is it? Completely different constitution and even a different geographic make up.

    It's a Germany that came out of the disaster of the political situation in the 30's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassie View Post
    The SNP politician who brought this to the court, wants to get Parliament back so that they can ultimately have another Scottish indy ref. Every MP in Parliament is pulling in its only selfish way, that's why there is so much stalemate.
    Just think of the loss of income from the hospitality sectors in Bournemouth, Brighton, Manchester and Swansea if parliament is brought back from prorogue and few people — if any — attend the various party conferences!

    Mind you, individual expense claims for September/October should be more reasonable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cromwell View Post
    Democracy has been restored? You have a vivid imagination
    Well the judges evidently agree with me given that they ordered parliment be reinstated on the grounds the suspension was intended to obstruct parlimentary business.

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    I keep hearing that Parliament is there to hold the Government to account. Who is going to hold the minority parties in charge to account?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassie View Post
    I keep hearing that Parliament is there to hold the Government to account. Who is going to hole the minority parties in charge to account?
    We are if they ever let us!

    Can't hold my breath much longer! xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by T00ts View Post
    We are if they ever let us!
    We don't legally need an election until 2022, they'll make sure they have every legislation possible in place to stop Brexit before they'll allow a GE. It's quite ridiculous.

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    "ooer missus, the Nazis are marching down the end of my street"

    What a load of fecking drama queens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trukhari View Post
    Well the judges evidently agree with me given that they ordered parliment be reinstated on the grounds the suspension was intended to obstruct parlimentary business.
    They have not ordered parliament to be reinstated, where do you get this rubbish from?
    I can explain it to you, but I canít understand it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trukhari View Post
    Well the judges evidently agree with me given that they ordered parliment be reinstated on the grounds the suspension was intended to obstruct parlimentary business.

    Yes - and last week a group of English judges agreed that the prorogation was legal

    so who to believe?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Jefe View Post
    Yes - and last week a group of English judges agreed that the prorogation was legal

    so who to believe?...
    Let's give the Welsh the deciding vote...

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