This messageboard is for Adults 18 years and over.
If you are under this age please leave the board.

Luton Outlaws accepts no responsibility for the content of this messageboard nor any other content posted on it.

Luton Outlaws disclaims all liability for such content to the fullest extent permitted by law.

What you read on here is 100% conjecture, fiction, lies, bullshit and complete bollocks. If you want to be taken seriously, you are in the wrong place.

Any potentially libellous comments that might jeopardise the future of this messageboard will therefore be deleted, and the person posting them will receive a ban.Enjoy.

    Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

    Posted by The Phantom Dick Chopper on 9/10/2019, 16:30:09

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/brexit/brexit-news-latest-britain-against-leaving-eu-as-poll-of-polls-says-most-now-want-to-stay/ar-AAIuIoV?ocid=News

      Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

      Posted by Maillot Jaune on 9/10/2019, 22:04:41, in reply to "Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

      Oh joy .... best of 3, 5, 7 ; pick a number any number.

      Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

      Posted by charlatans spivs and thieves on 9/10/2019, 16:57:57, in reply to "Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

      not a problem. honour the first referendum and in 10 years time then have another one or vote for Jolly Hockey Sticks in the forthcoming election.

        Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

        Posted by EastEnder on 9/10/2019, 19:28:29, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

        there will be another referendum in 10 years or so when Parliament and the country will have a majority of younger people wanting to Remain.

        Still, at the rate we are Leaving we might enjoy a whole 5 years enjoying all the benefits of not being in the EU.

          Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

          Posted by Nick PBH on 9/10/2019, 17:01:15, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

          Why not just have another one now setting out the 3 options

          1)Leave no deal
          2)Leave TM deal
          3)Remain

          Obviously each one to get on the ballot paper will need to be properly costed and worked out and individual areas explained.

          This may be an issue in the first option

            Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

            Posted by Andy Cappucino on 9/10/2019, 18:11:29, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

            Will 3) have warning on the risks of staying in, participation in EU army, future bail out of failed states etc?

              Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

              Posted by HeathHatter on 9/10/2019, 18:43:48, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "


              Even the loony BREXIT-supporting Daily Express recognises that an EU-Army is "still a distant prospect"....

              "The construction of a fully-fledged EU army is still a distant prospect, despite being publicly supported by key EU leaders like French President Emmanuel Macron, who has backed a “true European army”.

              Last month, incoming European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said: “The European Union will never be a military alliance”.

              She added: "Nato will always be our collective defence.”

                Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                Posted by Maccacracker on 9/10/2019, 18:54:56, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                If you include the gullible and indoctrinated 16 year olds we would have a landslide remain under Labour plans to lower the voting age.

                Agree with scarlet, another referendum in 10 to 15 years, lets get this one done first. Believe Cameron told us it was a once in a lifetime vote like when we voted to remain in 1975.

                  Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                  Posted by Joris Bohnson on 10/10/2019, 12:14:19, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                  This would be easier if people followed the obvious evidence and discounted what Tory politicians lied about.

                  Cameron lied about this being a 1 off even. He understood government, he knew this was always going to be complicated if we voted Leave
                  Gove and Johnson lied in the referendum. Check what they were saying in 2016 compared to what they say now
                  Johnson continues to lie on a daily basis
                  Cummings is a total liar
                  Rees-Mogg lied to the Queen, as did Johnson (again never underestimate was a dishonest character Johnson is)

                  They are all lying in a desperate attempt to save their reputations

                    Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                    Posted by Garstang Hatter on 9/10/2019, 18:59:02, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                    I somehow doubt that we will be allowed back in later on without accepting a much worse deal than we currently have and would retain if we just stayed in now rather than going back and forth like you are suggesting there.

                  Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                  Posted by Nearly a Genius on 9/10/2019, 18:18:48, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                  You know there won't be a 'EU army', right? Proposals are for mutual co-operation, like NATO.

                  The whole point of the EU is, like the UK, everyone contributes and the less well-off are helped if in need.

                Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                Posted by The Cruiser on 9/10/2019, 17:22:56, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                So split the leave vote?

                That would work well wouldn't it?

                TM deal has already been voted down in Parliament on more than one occasion so is a dead duck.

                Waste of time.

                  Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                  Posted by Nick PBH on 9/10/2019, 19:46:22, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                  Why would it split the leave vote - farage said "This isnt the brexit 17.4 million voted for" - so surely all 17.4 million would vote for a hard leave? Or is he bullshitting - unlike him...

                  The TM deal was voted down as the hard brexiteers (who now form the cabinet and much of the remaining Conservative MP`s as the moderates have been kicked out) voted against it, along with labour (to try and force an election and force TM out). I strongly suspect that given a choice between a TM leave and a hard leave, parliament would back the tm leave. But the ERG suggested a better brexit deal was possible. They haven't delivered.

                    Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                    Posted by Maillot Jaune on 9/10/2019, 22:32:08, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                    Oh Dear !

                      Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                      Posted by E3astEnder on 9/10/2019, 20:28:14, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                      Boris also voted against TM deal 3 times.

                      But nobody has really been able to explain how his current proposal significantly differ from her deal that he consistently voted against it.

                      Also, as he basically lead the Leave campaign 3.5 years ago, it's surprising that with 2 weeks until we need to sort out a deal that he is still writing some proposals on the back of a fag packet.

                        Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                        Posted by HH on 9/10/2019, 21:30:41, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                        It is quite a bit different tbf.

                        May's deal would have kept an open border. Johnson's definitely won't.

                          Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                          Posted by Nick PBH on 9/10/2019, 20:55:52, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                          He was quick to back away from the NHS promise on results day..and aid it wasnt up to him to explain how brexit would work. At least he is consistent.

                          Having said that I can see him actually winning the next election, especially if he "delivers" brexit. Whatever that means

                            Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                            Posted by Teacher on 9/10/2019, 21:12:27, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                            Brexit is undeliverable at the moment.
                            It will be undeliverable without a referendum unless either, or both Conservatives and Brexit Party win the forthcoming election.
                            Even if the Tories win there are enough rebels to ensure that a No Deal Brexit will pass through Parliament.
                            Brexit with a deal that satisfies everyone?
                            Impossible, I suggest.

                            There will be no Brexit. Love to all x

                            Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit

                            Posted by Laststraw on 9/10/2019, 21:09:35, in reply to "Re: Democracy now demands we don't do Brexit "

                            I think he has less chance to win if he delivers brexit,this is a poor government and once Brexits out of the way they will be voted out.

              [ Luton Outlaws - The Avenue of Evil ]

              DISCLAIMER

              The posts made on this board are the opinions of the people posting them and do not always reflect the opinion of the board administration.

              Luton Outlaws is a totally independent forum, paid for and run by supporters of Luton Town and is not associated with Luton Town Football Club, lutontown.co.uk, lutonfc.com, Loyal Luton Supporters Club, Trust in Luton, Luton Town Supporters Club or anyone else for that matter and is declared a 100% Tombola Free Zone.

                Luton Outlaws accepts no responsibility for the content of this messageboard nor any other content posted on it. Luton Outlaws disclaims all liability for such content to the fullest extent permitted by law.

                What you read on here is 100% conjecture, fiction, lies, bullshit and complete bollocks. If you want to be taken seriously, you are in the wrong place. Enjoy. Admin contact - dilligaf.outlaws@gmail.com.

              eXTReMe Tracker