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Re: OT/ Brexit
Posted by: BerkeleyWood
Date: 13/11/2019 20:29
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ChippenhamRoman

And the Tory Party’s transformation is complete.

Why fight them or convince them of Hard No Deal Brexit when you can simply take them over and get your ideas implemented?

The very thing that “Call me Dave” was afraid off has happened. The Conservative and Unionist Party is now UKIP/BREXIT.

No broad church here.

J

Written by someone displaying no knowledge of the history of the Conservative party... It's membership has always been overwhelmingly Eurosceptic and only it's arcane processes and preferences for selecting 'mates', for want of a better term, kept a pro-European hold on the party.

(It's also true of the parties liberal policies but they are under no threat regardless of the media chatter).

They are also not standing on a platform of No Deal btw, they actually have a deal. One negotiated with the EU...

Labour, on the other hand... Members signed up at short notice with a coordinated movement to elect a strongly Socialist leader with a number of undesirable views. The only reason it continues to have some moderate members is because they are to afraid to resign and lose their jobs or they would overlook the unsavoury elements because they want to stop Brexit (a slippery slope). Both are cowards.

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