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The Todal
2019-08-12 12:40:48 UTC
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Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.

It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.

Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.

The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.

Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
Grikboxxer®™
2019-08-12 13:10:41 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Schwartzes you don't like, Jon?

What about Dawn Butler?
NEMO
2019-08-12 13:23:16 UTC
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Schwartzes you don't like, Jon?
Unlike your mum, huh?
Peeler
2019-08-12 15:12:14 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Schwartzes you don't like, Jon?
What about Dawn Butler?
What about her? What about ANY women, pedophilic gay Razovic? <BG> They all
don't compare to those tender innocent children you feel attracted to,
innit?
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Norman Wells
2019-08-12 13:49:12 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
Time will tell, I think, that they don't.

If any of them had any idea at all, they wouldn't need to pool their
collective inutility. Ten times nothing is still nothing.
Pancho
2019-08-12 14:33:17 UTC
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Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan?
I've always though Caroline Lucas was quite pretty.

You see, it's not hard to find some thing complimentary to say if you
take the time to think a bit.
pensive hamster
2019-08-12 15:02:58 UTC
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Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan?
I've always though Caroline Lucas was quite pretty.
You see, it's not hard to find some thing complimentary to say if you
take the time to think a bit.
I'm an admirer of Jess Phillips.
Dan S. MacAbre
2019-08-12 15:08:32 UTC
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Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan?
I've always though Caroline Lucas was quite pretty.
You see, it's not hard to find some thing complimentary to say if you
take the time to think a bit.
A three-pinter at best :-)
Basil Jet
2019-08-13 14:14:53 UTC
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Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan?
I've always though Caroline Lucas was quite pretty.
You see, it's not hard to find some thing complimentary to say if you
take the time to think a bit.
She reminds me of the thing that burst out of John Hurt's stomach in Alien.
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Incubus
2019-08-12 15:12:32 UTC
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Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had their sway
for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn - presumably because
they couldn't make a worse job of it. That coupled with desperation to undo
the result of the referendum is no doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a
better word.

I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Gladys Street-Porter
2019-08-12 18:58:35 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo
Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP
Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville
Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can
see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by
offering places only to females. But why should females have a
monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn -
presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
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Pamela
2019-08-12 20:41:43 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo
Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP
Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville
Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can
see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by
offering places only to females. But why should females have a
monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn -
presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
Gladys Street-Porter
2019-08-12 22:15:21 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form
an all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's
shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat
leader Jo Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,
Conservative MP Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster
leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10
women in the coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I
can see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy
Corbyn by offering places only to females. But why should
females have a monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn
- presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
I'm no fan of the Thatch but I don't think she'd have caved so readily
as May, who never attempted to leave at all.
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Pamela
2019-08-13 09:13:09 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form
an all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's
shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat
leader Jo Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,
Conservative MP Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster
leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10
women in the coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I
can see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy
Corbyn by offering places only to females. But why should
females have a monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn
- presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
I'm no fan of the Thatch but I don't think she'd have caved so readily
as May, who never attempted to leave at all.
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best to leave
and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet to see what bodger
Boris delivers.
Joe
2019-08-13 09:47:34 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best to
leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet to see
what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further recourse
to Article 50.
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Pamela
2019-08-13 10:15:16 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best to
leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet to see
what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further recourse
to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50"?
Joe
2019-08-13 11:33:49 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
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abelard
2019-08-13 11:42:26 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
the oirish problem will go away when the papists have enough
baybees to outvote the prods

or the mohameds have enough to outvote both of them!
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Pamela
2019-08-13 11:53:48 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU.
That's an entirely different matter to being "locked in to the EU".

The EU has offered to let the UK change how it looks after its external
border if we propose a workable alternative solution. So far the best we
have come up with is a fantasy technological solution.

We made this mess with the NI border and we are setting contraints on the
customs regime in NI, so now need to get our skates on and solve this.
Post by Joe
Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
Then having "further recourse" to it seems irrelevant.
Incubus
2019-08-13 11:57:28 UTC
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Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays such a
lack of basic knowledge.
abelard
2019-08-13 12:06:50 UTC
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Post by Joe
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Post by Pamela
Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays such a
lack of basic knowledge.
s/he wants to argue and 'take part'

but doesn't want the trials of work and research

'her' input channel is also under utilised
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Pamela
2019-08-13 13:35:46 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that May's
plan locks into the EU indefinitely.

Perhaps such woolly thinking is a characteristic of Breexiteers.

If the UK wants a special arrangement for NI but has yet to propose one
then such a delay is within the UK's control and has little to do with
Art.50.
Incubus
2019-08-13 14:09:04 UTC
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Post by Joe
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Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that May's
plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
"Article 50" should be understood to mean having an ability to terminate the
agreement, which we would not have with May's "backstop".
Post by Pamela
Perhaps such woolly thinking is a characteristic of Breexiteers.
Perhaps such rigid thinking that overlooks simple and obvious metaphors is a
characteristic of Pamela.
Pamela
2019-08-13 14:23:08 UTC
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Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
"Article 50" should be understood to mean having an ability to terminate
the agreement, which we would not have with May's "backstop".
That's right. It does not relate to the real meaning of Art.50 but some
Brexiteer paranoia of being "trapped".
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Post by Pamela
Perhaps such woolly thinking is a characteristic of Breexiteers.
Perhaps such rigid thinking that overlooks simple and obvious metaphors
is a characteristic of Pamela.
Giving legal articles a metaphorical meaning which they don't actually
have is not helpful in a factual discussion. Next I suppose, "Article
50" will become Brexiteer-speak for some other disparaging but unrelated
thing.
tim...
2019-08-13 19:12:29 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament, which
would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no further
recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish Question.
It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has already been
used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that May's
plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can agree an
alternative solution to the Irish Border problem

FOREVER

tim
Pamela
2019-08-13 20:05:13 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would have
left. Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
Joe
2019-08-13 20:14:52 UTC
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Post by Pamela
Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU
indefinitely, with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion
that May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left. Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
I'm not quite understanding you. Are you saying that the EU Customs
Union and the EU Single Market are not EU institutions? Are you saying
that their operation is not overseen by the European Court of Justice,
which overrules all national courts? Are you saying that the UK Supreme
Court would, in fact, be supreme in the UK and not subject to overrule
by the ECJ? Are you saying that no EU directives or regulations would
apply to the UK?

In short, what do *you* understand 'leaving the EU' to mean?
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2019-08-14 16:31:18 UTC
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That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU
indefinitely, with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion
that May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left. Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
I'm not quite understanding you. Are you saying that the EU Customs
Union and the EU Single Market are not EU institutions? Are you saying
that their operation is not overseen by the European Court of Justice,
which overrules all national courts?
No it doesn't, the ECJ doesn't have the power to overrule national courts.

https://ukandeu.ac.uk/fact-figures/does-eu-law-take-precedence-over-uk-law/

'Does EU law take precedence over UK law?

'When the six founding European states created the European
Economic Community in 1957 they did so in the form of an
international treaty (known as the Treaty of Rome) that was binding
between them. That treaty also created the European Court of
Justice. In an important ruling in 1964, the Court said that the states
had agreed to limit their sovereign rights in the areas covered by the
treaty and could not adopt national laws that were incompatible with
European law. This principle of ‘primacy’ or supremacy of EU law has
been accepted and applied by national courts including the UK courts.

'The Court of Justice does not, however, have any power to strike
down national law; this is a task for the national courts. The national
courts will, however, seek to resolve the conflict through interpretation.
But UK courts are required not to enforce UK laws to the extent that
they are incompatible with EU obligations.

'For more information on the EU institutions as a whole, go to this
explainer here*.

*
https://ukandeu.ac.uk/explainers/the-european-union-the-institutional-system-explained/

'... EU processes are designed to ensure that member governments
retain a key role at all stages of policy making. The European Union is
ultimately a collective enterprise of sovereign states. Its procedures
give the maximum respect for the sovereignty of its member states,
while ensuring that the system is workable and decisions can be taken.
The compromise between the respect for the sovereign status of the
member state and the need for workability goes a long way to explaining
the intricacies of the EU’s institutional structure.'
Post by Joe
Are you saying that the UK Supreme
Court would, in fact, be supreme in the UK and not subject to overrule
by the ECJ?
Can you point to any example of the UK Supreme Court being
overruled by the ECJ?
Post by Joe
Are you saying that no EU directives or regulations would
apply to the UK?
In short, what do *you* understand 'leaving the EU' to mean?
Pamela
2019-08-15 10:11:40 UTC
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Post by Pamela
Post by Incubus
Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:15:16 +0100
Post by Pamela
Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU
indefinitely, with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion
that May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left. Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
I'm not quite understanding you. Are you saying that the EU Customs
Union and the EU Single Market are not EU institutions?
Of course they are not institutions and no sane person could think they
are. They are agreements. Non-EU members, such as those in EFTA, can be
parties to the agreement.
Post by Joe
Are you saying
that their operation is not overseen by the European Court of Justice,
which overrules all national courts?
THE ECJ does not rule on national law. It rules on EU law.
Post by Joe
Are you saying that the UK Supreme
Court would, in fact, be supreme in the UK and not subject to overrule
by the ECJ?
We have agreed the ECJ woukd rule on EU matters when they affcet us.
Post by Joe
Are you saying that no EU directives or regulations would
apply to the UK?
They would not apply after we have left.
Post by Joe
In short, what do *you* understand 'leaving the EU' to mean?
BRINO is sufficient.
tim...
2019-08-14 07:53:41 UTC
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Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:15:16 +0100
Post by Pamela
Post by Joe
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best
to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet
to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela betrays
such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would have
left.
IN NAME ONLY

NO-ONE VOTED FOR THAT
Post by Pamela
Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
what was promised was leaving the SM and the CU

tim
Pamela
2019-08-15 10:15:15 UTC
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On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:15:16 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left.
IN NAME ONLY
NO-ONE VOTED FOR THAT
Can you prove that? So gow do you know?
Post by tim...
Post by Pamela
Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
what was promised was leaving the SM and the CU
tim
Maybe it was promised by someone who had no authority to do so. A
referendum is only advisory and can not make promises.

It was not what the referendum question asked.

We've been through this before but you seem incapable of understanding
these basic facts. Are you trolling?
tim...
2019-08-15 15:56:05 UTC
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Post by Pamela
Post by Incubus
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:15:16 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left.
IN NAME ONLY
NO-ONE VOTED FOR THAT
Can you prove that?
in exactly the same way that "no one voted to be poorer"

or

"No one voted for No deal"

can be proved

tim
tim...
2019-08-15 15:59:50 UTC
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Post by Incubus
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:15:16 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 10:13:09 +0100 Pamela
Post by Pamela
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very
best to leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We
have yet to see what bodger Boris delivers.
May did her very best to ram Merkel's plan through Parliament,
which would have locked us into the EU indefinitely, with no
further recourse to Article 50.
How do you reckon May's plan "locked us into the EU indefinitely,
with no further recourse to Article 50"?
Because there's no time limit to the 'solution' to the Irish
Question. It only ends with the consent of the EU. Article 50 has
already been used, and is not relevant to this matter.
This has been discussed at length. I am surprised that Pamela
betrays such a lack of basic knowledge.
I'm wondering how Art.50 is relevant to the unfounded assertion that
May's plan locks into the EU indefinitely.
May's plan leaves us stuck in the CU and SM until and unless we can
agree an alternative solution to the Irish Border problem
FOREVER
tim
True. That's not the same as "locked into the EU" because we would
have left.
IN NAME ONLY
NO-ONE VOTED FOR THAT
Can you prove that? So gow do you know?
Post by tim...
Post by Pamela
Methinks some Brexiteers want more than was promised.
what was promised was leaving the SM and the CU
tim
Maybe it was promised by someone who had no authority to do so.
It was "promised" by Mr Cameron.
Post by Pamela
A
referendum is only advisory and can not make promises.
Oh that old broken record.
Post by Pamela
It was not what the referendum question asked.
It was in the manifesto

that is how voting works

when we vote for MPs at a GE we don't vote for Mr Jones over Mr Smith
because we think he has a nicer name or a smarter haircut

we do it on the basis of their manifesto

Trying to argue that the two are separate is just nonsense on stilts
Post by Pamela
We've been through this before but you seem incapable of understanding
these basic facts
yes we have, and it is you who don't seem to understand
Post by Pamela
. Are you trolling?
are you
Gladys Street-Porter
2019-08-13 17:43:25 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form
an all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's
shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat
leader Jo Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,
Conservative MP Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster
leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10
women in the coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I
can see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy
Corbyn by offering places only to females. But why should
females have a monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have
had their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women
a turn - presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of
it. That coupled with desperation to undo the result of the
referendum is no doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a
better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
I'm no fan of the Thatch but I don't think she'd have caved so
readily as May, who never attempted to leave at all.
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best to
leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet to see
what bodger Boris delivers.
According to who, you? No deal is better than a bad deal was her
narrative and yet
https://www.politico.eu/article/michel-barnier-theresa-may-never-threatened-eu-with-no-deal-brexit/.
She lied, she never wanted to actually leave but force through the EU's
plan for us to stay.
--
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Pamela
2019-08-13 20:05:56 UTC
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Post by Gladys Street-Porter
Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form
an all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's
shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat
leader Jo Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,
Conservative MP Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster
leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10
women in the coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I
can see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy
Corbyn by offering places only to females. But why should
females have a monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have
had their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women
a turn - presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of
it. That coupled with desperation to undo the result of the
referendum is no doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a
better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
I'm no fan of the Thatch but I don't think she'd have caved so readily
as May, who never attempted to leave at all.
That's the false narrative now. Of course, May did her very best to
leave and chose a middle path which didn't work. We have yet to see
what bodger Boris delivers.
According to who, you? No deal is better than a bad deal was her
narrative and yet
https://www.politico.eu/article/michel-barnier-theresa-may-never-
threatened-eu-with-no-deal-brexit/. She lied, she never wanted to
actually leave but force through the EU's plan for us to stay.
Politicians lie. Most 21 years old know that.
Incubus
2019-08-13 08:53:39 UTC
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Post by Gladys Street-Porter
Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo
Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP
Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville
Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can
see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by
offering places only to females. But why should females have a
monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn -
presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
For some, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher lives on.
Let me know if you find a female MP who has it. I would gladly endorse her.
Keema's Nan
2019-08-12 21:05:22 UTC
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Post by Incubus
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo
Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP
Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville
Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can
see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by
offering places only to females. But why should females have a
monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn -
presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
She seemed to be rather worried about her father, who worked as chaplain to
John Bodkin Adams who was possibly a more successful serial killer than
Harold Shipman.

She insisted that most references to her father’s life were expunged from
Wikipedia, including the bit which says he joined the church to avoid WW2
conscription.

There is very little mention of the extreme numbers of clergy who were
convicted of child abuse in the same diocese of Chichester (as her father
worked as a chaplain) between 1960 and 1990.

Maybe the memories were too much?
Gladys Street-Porter
2019-08-12 22:17:10 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form
an all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's
shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader
Jo Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon,
Conservative MP Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster
leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women
in the coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I
can see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy
Corbyn by offering places only to females. But why should females
have a monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Unfortunately, the current Feminist narrative is that men have had
their sway for far too long and it is now time to give women a turn
- presumably because they couldn't make a worse job of it. That
coupled with desperation to undo the result of the referendum is no
doubt the rationale behind it, for want of a better word.
I certainly have nothing complimentary to say about it.
Theresa May has had her day.
She seemed to be rather worried about her father, who worked as
chaplain to John Bodkin Adams who was possibly a more successful
serial killer than Harold Shipman.
She insisted that most references to her father’s life were expunged
from Wikipedia, including the bit which says he joined the church to
avoid WW2 conscription.
There is very little mention of the extreme numbers of clergy who
were convicted of child abuse in the same diocese of Chichester (as
her father worked as a chaplain) between 1960 and 1990.
Maybe the memories were too much?
I think poor old Theresa's facial muscles were worked by remote control
by Matthew Corbett.
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Tufnell Park
2019-08-12 17:46:51 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
Why am i not surprised the femmes listed are mostly remainers?

Considering Mrs May and Our Arlene didn't make much of a job of it, not
sure this lot would either.
Norman Wells
2019-08-12 20:03:36 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo
Swinson, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP
Justine Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can
see that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by
offering places only to females. But why should females have a
monopoly of Brexit-related wisdom?
Why am i not surprised the femmes listed are mostly remainers?
Quite possibly because they're wanted to 'form an all-female emergency
cabinet to stop Brexit', as it says above.
Byker
2019-08-12 18:06:00 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably not
Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the coming
days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
Small wonder the ranks of Incels and MGTOW are
growing by leaps and bounds: https://tinyurl.com/y3cgja3q
Yellow
2019-08-12 18:54:14 UTC
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Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.

Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
The Todal
2019-08-12 21:15:17 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal

However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.

Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.

“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.

“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
Norman Wells
2019-08-12 21:28:47 UTC
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Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
It's all very well apologising, dear, but have you actually invited the
gorgeous Diane to join your little group? Otherwise, what does your
apology mean?
Post by The Todal
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
Will she tackle the exclusion of men next? It's an obvious omission.
Incubus
2019-08-13 08:56:02 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
It's all very well apologising, dear, but have you actually invited the
gorgeous Diane to join your little group? Otherwise, what does your
apology mean?
Post by The Todal
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
Will she tackle the exclusion of men next? It's an obvious omission.
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
Col
2019-08-13 09:17:09 UTC
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It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
--
Col
Incubus
2019-08-13 09:36:02 UTC
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Post by Incubus
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
Indeed, it is a gross double standard. A male politician putting forward
equivalent opinions would be forced to resign.
Col
2019-08-14 04:05:50 UTC
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Post by Col
Post by Incubus
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
Indeed, it is a gross double standard. A male politician putting forward
equivalent opinions would be forced to resign.
It's the sheer hypocrisy that gets me. Women who would no doubt squeal
with indignation at the thought of all-male golf clubhouses and the like
but think it's perfectly OK to form their own exclusive all-female club.
--
Col
Grikboxxer®™
2019-08-13 14:22:07 UTC
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Post by Incubus
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
Especially as that happens to be true.
Peeler
2019-08-13 14:26:48 UTC
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Post by Grikboxxer®™
Especially as that happens to be true.
What would a pathological liar and psychopathic swine like you know about
what is true?
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Col
2019-08-14 04:09:31 UTC
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Post by Col
Post by Incubus
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
Especially as that happens to be true.
That's not true at all!
Who's going to make the coffee for the men carrying out the important
negotiations?
--
Col
Peeler
2019-08-14 08:46:32 UTC
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Post by Col
Post by Grikboxxer®™
Especially as that happens to be true.
That's not true at all!
Who's going to make the coffee for the men carrying out the important
negotiations?
You'll suck up to anyone, if it suits your purpose, eh, Todal? Even if it's
retarded nazi who wants to see you eradicated. <BG>
Grikboxxer®™
2019-08-14 11:30:33 UTC
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Post by Grikboxxer®™
Post by Col
Post by Incubus
It's very telling that she was obliged to apologise for excluding coloured
people but no apology was forthcoming for excluding men. Such double standards
are so commonplace now that I am beginning to become desensitised to them,
which is probably part of the plan.
What would (quite rightly) be considered utterly outrageous if a
deliberately all male group was formed to perform a task seems to be OK
if it's all female. But this is precisely what has happened here. Lucas
seems to think that women would be better at sorting out Brexit than men
but imagine the furore if a male politician tried to set up an all male
group saying that men had better qualities than women to sort out the mess?
Especially as that happens to be true.
That's not true at all!
Who's going to make the coffee for the men carrying out the important
negotiations?
Well, yes, they're better at making coffee...for men.
Loose Cannon
2019-08-14 12:23:39 UTC
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Post by Grikboxxer®™
Well, yes, they're better at making coffee...for men.
LOL. Still mad at having been shat and pissed upon by the
British ladies, huh old pedo?

"You may have something there. This touchy-feely 'New Man' attitude
isn't getting me anywhere. Perhaps I should go for the more basic
Neanderthal approach." -- sick old nazoid pedo Andrew "Andrzej" Baron
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Byker
2019-08-16 19:01:43 UTC
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Well, yes, they're better at making coffee...for men.
LOL. Still mad at having been shat and pissed upon by the British ladies,
huh old pedo?
Beware of Incels on the loose:

Peeler
2019-08-14 14:40:20 UTC
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Post by Grikboxxer®™
Post by Col
That's not true at all!
Who's going to make the coffee for the men carrying out the important
negotiations?
Well, yes, they're better at making coffee...for men.
They are even better at quickly detecting a filthy psychopath like you,
filthy pedophilic dreckserb!
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Gladys Street-Porter
2019-08-12 22:18:59 UTC
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Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs.
Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper,
Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of
cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a
remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of
the proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a
no-deal Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret
saying she should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics,
an all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong
to overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by
their exclusion.”
Anti-male sexism is fine though.
--
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JNugent
2019-08-12 23:38:47 UTC
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Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
"...their exclusion" from what?

Fantasy Island?
Incubus
2019-08-13 08:58:46 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
"...their exclusion" from what?
Fantasy Island?
I can't imagine a club more exclusive than one which no one even got to join.
Grikboxxer®™
2019-08-13 12:42:03 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologises-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics, an
all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was wrong to
overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt by their
exclusion.”
"...their exclusion" from what?
Fantasy Island?
Or Love Island. Who the fuck wants to look at wogs?
Peeler
2019-08-13 12:44:00 UTC
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Post by Grikboxxer®™
Post by JNugent
"...their exclusion" from what?
Fantasy Island?
Or Love Island. Who the fuck wants to look at wogs?
Still trying to spread your psychopathy on uk.legal, you filthy pedophilic
psychopath?
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The Marquis Saint Evremonde
2019-08-13 13:44:49 UTC
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And now the latest....
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/12/caroline-lucas-apologis
es-for-omitting-bame-women-from-proposal
However, she was criticised for missing out senior black politicians,
such as Diane Abbott, amid wider scepticism about the viability of the
proposal.
Lucas said she had wanted to start a debate about how to stop a no-deal
Brexit, but subsequently released a statement of regret saying she
should have included BAME women as well.
“An all-white list of women isn’t right. I should have reached out
further and thought more deeply about who, and what kind of politics,
an all-white list represents. I apologise,” she said.
“There are women of colour colleagues who are standing up to this
government’s reckless gamble with Britain’s future, and it was
wrong to overlook them. I apologise to them and all who’ve been hurt
by their exclusion.”
And what about the HGVLGTBQDHSSEIEIO2+s she excluded too? And people of
restricted growth? And members of the travelling community?

I think it's about time the police got round there and arrested her for
serial hate crimes. She's as close to pure evil as you can get.
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Incubus
2019-08-13 08:52:30 UTC
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Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
I thought the idea that they are female and Remainers was precisely the point?

Amusingly, even her fellow Leftists thought it was ridiculous:

https://order-order.com/2019/08/12/leftists-turn-caroline-lucas/
abelard
2019-08-13 11:20:40 UTC
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Post by Incubus
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
I thought the idea that they are female and Remainers was precisely the point?
that suggest she must have a 'point'
Post by Incubus
https://order-order.com/2019/08/12/leftists-turn-caroline-lucas/
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Incubus
2019-08-13 11:23:38 UTC
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On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 08:52:30 -0000 (UTC), Incubus
Post by Incubus
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
I thought the idea that they are female and Remainers was precisely the point?
that suggest she must have a 'point'
It's possible to make a ridiculous point. "Having a point" implies one has
made a good point; I don't think she has one as such.
abelard
2019-08-13 11:39:11 UTC
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On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:23:38 -0000 (UTC), Incubus
Post by Incubus
Post by abelard
On Tue, 13 Aug 2019 08:52:30 -0000 (UTC), Incubus
Post by Incubus
Post by Yellow
Post by The Todal
Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
I think this is a wonderful example of the sort of cloud-cuckoo-land
some of our politicians live in but perhaps what is more notable than
the fact this list all female is that everyone of them is a remainer.
Perhaps Ms Lucas thought that no one would notice because they all have
boobs?
I thought the idea that they are female and Remainers was precisely the point?
that suggest she must have a 'point'
It's possible to make a ridiculous point. "Having a point" implies one has
made a good point; I don't think she has one as such.
you're sexist...she can't help being a thick parrot

show some respect...it's so patronising to expect a woman to be
intelligent
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Col
2019-08-13 07:32:20 UTC
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Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
And the last woman to be in charge of Brexit did so incredibly well,
didn't she?
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Green MP Caroline Lucas has come up with a madcap scheme to form an
all-female emergency cabinet to stop Brexit.
It would include the brightest and best of the female MPs. Presumably
not Diane Abbott.
Among the women Ms Lucas has invited to join her are Labour's shadow
foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson,
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Conservative MP Justine
Greening, and Plaid Cymru Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts.
The others are: Heidi Allen, Kirsty Blackman, Yvette Cooper, Sylvia
Hermon, and Anna Soubry. She has asked to meet the 10 women in the
coming days.
Can anyone find anything complimentary to say about this plan? I can see
that it's probably a Cunning Plan to sideline Jeremy Corbyn by offering
places only to females. But why should females have a monopoly of
Brexit-related wisdom?
And the last woman to be in charge of Brexit did so incredibly well,
didn't she?
she lacked the right kind of tits
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