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Johnson says 'rough shape' exists for Brexit deal

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By Conor Humphries and Kylie MacLellan

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What kind of shape? Like a pear?

5 ( +5 / -0 )

Boris is as effectibe as his twin Donny. What complete morons.

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He gives about as much careful thought to things as Donald Trump.

Pleasing Putin, Xi and the global alt right. Fortunately those who value what remains of democratic systems are challenging Johnson and his ilk. More power to the people standing up for democracies.

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Great Britain, we in the United States feel your pain. 

We have a Russian mole leading our government too.

Trump has a stupid wall.

BoJo wants a stupid bridge.

Both do nothing and cost needless billions.

Is it the “hair”?

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Even PM May had a plan which was rejected three times. Bozo does not even reveal what his is?

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As for the games the pro EU "remoaners"

I stopped reading there.

It’s childish.

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Blimey! If Boris says it's rough, it must be REALLY rough. Something like:

We get out of the EU.

Screw anyone who gets in the way.

Screw the consequences.

He gives about as much careful thought to things as Donald Trump.

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I still think he's going to try and present May's Withdrawal Agreement, just minus the backstop. He's going to get a nasty surprise that no one wants or supports it.

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'Rough shape' ….....What is that all about, an Brexit artwork of sorts, the reality is either in or out ?

The issue here is that British Prime Boris Johnson does not have a parliamentary majority.

No more, no less.

Boris Johnson believes he needs a General Election?

Easier said than done the opposition Party's are shocked and fearful of the Electorate's reaction or mass rejection of an perceived betrayal.

This is a political nightmare waiting to happen, shaping Europe's future for many generations

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PM Bozo has claimed he's like the Incredible Hulk and before Oct 31 he'll rip off his clothes, and storm the EU, with his great exit plan or thump them on the heads, whichever seems best in the moment?

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Even PM May had a plan which was rejected three times

And rightfully so, that plan was so bad.

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The sooner Britain gets a full break from the EU the better it will be. As for the games the pro EU "remoaners" lets hope the voters remember these people at the next election

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