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Thanks lads
#11
(12-05-2017, 11:29 AM)Ossian Wrote: I said exactly this to my wife yesterday: if Corbyn is smart he would offer - on an item by item basis - to support the government on areas of common ground. If, in doing that, he marginalised the DUP, then so much the better.

Sadly I'm not sure Corbyn is enough of a pragmatist to engage in Realpolitik.

The DUP aren't against all of the UK staying in the Customs Union.

Ruth and her 13 Scottish Tory MPs are on board.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/pol...92486.html
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#12
The DUP's dilemma lies in what kind of Brexit it can continue to support against a background of NI's overwhelmingly Remain vote. A pragmatic centre/left opposition would be 15 points ahead at the moment.
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#13
An academic viewpoint. Well worth reading.

http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2017/12/05...sh-border/
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#14
Arlene is shouting "we can't have different rules to the rest of the U.K."
Conveniently forgetting the DUP won't allow gay marriage or abortion. Fucking throwbacks
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