War & PoliticsBrexit deal nigh or nyet?

 

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 From:  Manthorp  
 To:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)     
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I guess Hunt will be the final girl to lose against Johnson.

If the Tories had an ounce of bottle (or imagination) they'd go for Stewart and the (faint) possibility of a cross-party solution.  But they don't.

Meanwhile, the Summer of Gove owes me £40. He can pay me back in crack.

"We all have flaws, and mine is being wicked."
James Thurber, The Thirteen Clocks 1951
 
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 From:  ANT_THOMAS  
 To:  Manthorp     
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Rory Stewart is just as bad as the rest. Seems much more personable, but his voting record is that of a Tory. Unsurprisingly.

And he said he'd never let no deal happen, yet voted against the bill yesterday to help try and prevent it.
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 From:  CHYRON (DSMITHHFX)   
 To:  ANT_THOMAS     
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The brinkmanship involved in this exercise is breathtaking, to say the least.
“90% of Canadians have fallen for fake news”
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 From:  Manthorp  
 To:  ANT_THOMAS     
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Yeah, I wasn't defending his morality, just suggesting that his position on Brexit isn't so far from Labour's (well, Corbyn's) - perhaps close enough to arrive at a cross-party deal.

"We all have flaws, and mine is being wicked."
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