POLITICS revoke Article 50
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petition...
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584

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#2

signed yesterday.
beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
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#3

ongoing count bot here...

https://twitter.com/BotRevoke

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#4

Public more stupid than parliament unappreciation

"Hmmm hmm hmm, let us subverts ponder this on a Sunday with our flat caps on and pipes out".
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#5

For it's not our fault we foolishly got Hameron and then May to trigger Article 50 years back!

People are cunts 

Fucking unbelievable
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#6

Statto, you do realise if article 50 eventually revokes, it's just gonna add more and more shit to the Brexit slurry pit TV?

Besides, it's being revoked unspoken anyway. 

The public numbskulls don't need another pat on the back for being stupid wealthy dossers.
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#7

I say this as someone who could not be bothered to vote remain first time round, as politics is predestined. Wastes of space MPs and high horses / soap boxes, unless actively promoting unharmful change, are a waste of time. Good luck with it all though. I'd have cared ten years ago.
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#8

Sorry Hugs

Just bugs me. Like I'm sure it bugs everyone else here. 

These decisions are not controlled by us. Parliament never was, for many years. 

But I hope you can enjoy a sense of influence, because the public while not making the decisions, are the other side of the TV screen for political reasons.  

Article 50 should be revoked, end of. 
Sorry for being a bit of a killjoy. Grouphug
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#9

The obvious boredom buster is the Brussels renegotiation aftermath. Soggy sprouts or Sprouts Mexicane? Eddie and Richie are past their use by date, and only Trump knows the answer.
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#10

By the way, I apologize for being a harmless middle aged man. I'm not a gobshite believe it or not, I just tend to flip when I'm needed. Hey at least it's Comic Relief of a sort. 

All I'm worried about is the Brexit moaners increasing even though the situ is always right.
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#11

Hugs
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#12

I'm happy you agree.
In the end, the solution is a natural progression. 
Let no Brexit, no heavy load, become history.
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Twothumbs
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(22nd March 2019, 16:12)Muttley Wrote: By the way, I apologize for being a harmless middle aged man. I'm not a gobshite believe it or not, I just tend to flip when I'm needed. Hey at least it's Comic Relief of a sort. 

All I'm worried about is the Brexit moaners increasing even though the situ is always right.

you're not middle aged, you're younger than me (I think).  I think some level of shit is going to kick off either way but hopefully it'll just be the Tories tearing themselves apart.
beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
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