Brexit: Odds of striking deal 'touch & go'.In space of 1 month Boris's gone from Million to 1 shot for no-deal to 50:50. Should we trust him?

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  • Biff
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    6 months ago
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    Boris Johnson is a proven liar; in his newspaper columns and particularly during the referendum campaign (where are those Turks we were told were about to flood into the EU and why has the £350m pw for the NHS become just a one-off payment of £1.8bn?). It has been obvious from the outset that Johnson and his Brexiteer cabal have had no intention of genuinely seeking a deal and it is equally obvious that they are deflecting the blame onto the EU.

    • stephen6 months agoReport

      With Boris's heritage, the Turks may still be coming. (joke)

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  • 6 months ago

    UK needs to get out of the EU before the EU drags them down

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  • 6 months ago

    He's in an impossible situation. Theresa may and her remainer government has done everything in their power to ensure that we get a bad deal knowing that parliament would neither go for it or leave without a deal. Philip Hammond was in charge of No Deal planning and now he's saying that he's ready to bring down the gov in order to stop no deal. It's been fixed from the start, they were never going to let us leave.

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  • 6 months ago

    Boris says we either deal or we leave -- parliament says , let's just ignore the Referendum and endlessly prevaricate .

    I think parliament lost our trust long ago ,over this .

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