Tugger wrote:noviorbis77 wrote:Richard28 wrote:
- implement what... ?
- How to keep to previous treaties and commitments?
- There is no date any "implementation" should be done by
- No confirmation that the vote would be expanded to also include us leaving the Single Market, Customs Union, Euratom, EMA etc etc.
- No government can be bound by the decisions of a previous government. That was from David Cameron, not from the current session of Parliamnet
- The current Government did not win a majority for their manifesto
Other than that, very good.
I've just come back from France... had a lovely break away from Brexit and all that. The French are still French despite being in the EU, and it was so nice as always to see their national flag flying alongside the EU flag in most places. So nice also to come back and find myself still a European Citizen, retaining my rights for travel, work, residence, retirement and healthcare in the EU
So depressing to come back to a UK who are still arguing with themselves at how to put up a border whilst not having a border,and clinging on to all those lies from 2016 as if they were still relevant.
Such a sad lack of openness, truthfulness and facts in the UK.... this made me laugh....
Leave the EU.
Spin spin spin away.
"Leave the EU" Still nebulous as ever. So what does leave mean to you? What does it/did it mean to everyone else who was voting? You in your head may know what you mean exactly, but does the person next you follow the same definition?
I think you have demonstrated many times over that what you think is in fact different than what other people think when they envision "leave the EU" (at least the several posters that are replying with their views and that you then argue back that is not "leave" according to you. If I understand correctly, your definition encompasses "a complete departure from all rules, regulations, requirements, citizen travel rules, customs rules, etc. No matter what the impact might be to the citizens and the economy and productive capabilities and output of the UK. "
Did I summarize that correctly?
Wait.... a "leaflet"? THAT is your document that you base your argument on? You do know what a leaflet is in the scheme of publications and printed documents don't you? Exactly which leaflet are you basing your views on? Printed on what date by what entity? The reason why the Magna Carta, and the US Declaration of Independence (and the ensuing Constitution) and other such governing documents worked is because everyone involved could read it and either agree or disagree. But then as I understand it this is not your point, you just want to "leave" whatever that means.
I voted leave assuming we’d leave the European Parliament, leave the common market, leave the customs. End freedom of movement.
I have repeated this numerous times in these threads but people still ask the same questions.