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Old 14-03-2017, 20:42   #556
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Minister in talks for 'British-only button' for online food shoppers

this'll upset the EU lackeys

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Gina miller has become a little full of her own importance and clearly feels she should be included in the government process and it's time she was told to just fade into the background and be quiet. She wants to have her cake and eat it by creating as many problems as she can for brexit and just expecting people to respect her, ironic as she has no respect for a large proportion of the UK population. While i don't condone threats a person with a double digit IQ should know if you raise your head above the parapet your going to attract a negative response from some. She is the epitome of why remain lost the vote and like many remain supporters is doing everything she can to frustrate the process it's time for some tough love from someone she listens too (if there is such a person in her life) and just leave things in the hands of the government.
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She probably lives in a remainer echo chamber so she's unlikely to hear any contrary views.
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Are these paid appearances? She was on Andrew Marr too the other week. Is the BBC funding her regularly?
It suits the BBC's remoaning agenda.
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It suits the BBC's remoaning agenda.
A woman might be more gainfully employed washing dishes or attending embroidery classes or cooking for a man or.......OUCH, I THINK I'VE JUST BEEN STABBED
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personally i think she should be deported and banned from ever returning .
What? For doing her utmost to ensure that parliament (which is the ultimate instrument of our democracy) actually gets some say in the biggest thing to happen to the UK in a generation?

If, as has been stated, one of the reasons we are leaving the EU is to return sovereignty to our own democratically elected MPs, why are you so determined to keep them out of the process? Unless you don't trust them to handle the process, in which case, I'd question why you want to give them sovereignty, if they are so untrustworthy.
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Old 15-03-2017, 16:30   #562
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What? For doing her utmost to ensure that parliament (which is the ultimate instrument of our democracy) actually gets some say in the biggest thing to happen to the UK in a generation?

If, as has been stated, one of the reasons we are leaving the EU is to return sovereignty to our own democratically elected MPs, why are you so determined to keep them out of the process? Unless you don't trust them to handle the process, in which case, I'd question why you want to give them sovereignty, if they are so untrustworthy.
I don't think Gina Miller cares one iota about Parliamentary sovereignty in any form, she appeared to just be making a name for herself and using any which way she could via the courts, to delay or stop Brexit and she is still at it, doing pathetic threats to government.
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What? For doing her utmost to ensure that parliament (which is the ultimate instrument of our democracy) actually gets some say in the biggest thing to happen to the UK in a generation?

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You can't tie the hands of the negotiating team; the EU has to know that the UK is prepared to walk away from the deal, if necessary. That is the way to get the best deal.


Giving Parliament the option to send them back to renegotiate, would play right into the EU's hands, in the end would result in very soft Brexit, which is, of course, what Gina Miller really wants; her 'noble aims' stance is nonsense; she has an agenda. An agenda that is pretty clear for most people to see.
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Yeah sorry i don't believe that gina miller is doing any of this in the best interests of the UK she's all about herself and progressing her agenda and damn anything else.
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Old 15-03-2017, 19:25   #565
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A woman might be more gainfully employed washing dishes or attending embroidery classes or cooking for a man or.......OUCH, I THINK I'VE JUST BEEN STABBED
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these are the kind of qualities one finds attractive in a woman
I find a woman who earns a full time wage more attractive, plus does the dishes, cleaning etc
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I find a woman who earns a full time wage more attractive, plus does the dishes, cleaning etc
Why can't you do the dishes and cleaning Mr K as you do say you are a jack of all trades.
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Yeah sorry i don't believe that gina miller is doing any of this in the best interests of the UK she's all about herself and progressing her agenda and damn anything else.
I could argue the same about Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.
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I could argue the same about Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.
Nigel Farage is not in government and Theresa May, was in the Remain camp, so your assertion here does not make any sense.
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What? For doing her utmost to ensure that parliament (which is the ultimate instrument of our democracy) actually gets some say in the biggest thing to happen to the UK in a generation?
Nice idea and I completely agree. Except for in this instance where it would play into remain and the eu's hands by incentivising the eu to give us a rubbish deal.
Lots of us here have explained this point many, many times. Do you really not understand it?
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