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Ironops Posted on 09/10/2019 16:26
Edited On: 09/10/2019 16:27Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
 
I expect to see the Brexit party go up a bit in the polls after this

Link: Sky
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1finny Posted on 09/10/2019 16:29

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
A Johnson promise [:D]
We should just really ignore what he says and wait and see what he does. Itís the only way.

It also implies, by the way, we will be in the EU when we have an election.
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BoroBen92 Posted on 09/10/2019 16:31

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
He didn't rule it out.
He said he wouldn't automatically seek no deal, so it changes nothing.
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bear66 Posted on 09/10/2019 16:31

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
"Boris rules out no deal as election pledge"

So is that a no deal promise or not?
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Aqualung Posted on 09/10/2019 17:07

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
It was never an option unless you had the IQ of a fly

Even our own politicians are not stupid enough to drive us off the edge of a huge cliff

were still driving off a cliff leaving the single market, lets hope there is adequate netting to catch us on the way down
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SNOWBANDIT Posted on 10/10/2019 00:02

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
Taking any deal - bad,disastrous,regular A1 crap 💩- rather than say - not for me old chap - appears below Fly IQ
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keelo Posted on 10/10/2019 09:21

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
I cant understand why people continue to call this sack of sh it " Boris"
First name terms for any other politician?
Hes a first rate Cnut too by the way
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Stigmata Posted on 10/10/2019 09:45

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
Agree with BoroBen92.

And why would anyone campaign on a No deal, which is not an election winning attraction, when the better option to the Tories if they win a GE, is to negotiate with Brussels from a position of power, and go to a no deal if negotiations unsuccessful.
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TerryWay Posted on 10/10/2019 09:47

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
Well if Boris said it, how can it not possibly be true [rle]
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bear66 Posted on 10/10/2019 10:05

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
"Taking any deal" is better than a no deal. I think that's what May intended to say.
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Ironops Posted on 10/10/2019 12:26

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
'He didn't rule it out.
He said he wouldn't automatically seek no deal, so it changes nothing.'

Is this contradiction deliberate? [:D]

He said 'we will not have no deal as our preferred choice in the manifesto'

therefore he is ruling out 'no deal' as the primary manifesto pledge

the brexit party want no deal as the first choice - hence I expect their numbers to creep up a bit
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jam69 Posted on 10/10/2019 12:37

Boris rules out no deal as election pledge
johnson is petrified of no deal and rightly so, his , or whoever is pulling the strings strategy was/is to frighten the Eu and soft brexit tory mps into a deal whilst appealing to the far right of tory party at the same time.
it could still work.
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