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Russian Twitter Trolls Seemed to be Pro-Brexit


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I was digging and found this from Gordon Brown which outlines what I was saying about EU modus operandi, he calls it a "game changer":

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-41935901/gordon-brown-warns-of-brexit-crisis-point

And he's right about crossing red lines, whatever deal we get will do that by definition.



Which makes the whole point of brexit a bit redundant.



I think that's what some people are hoping, negotiations will be unproductive and the EU will come up with a new deal which MPs will put to another referendum.

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Quin. wrote on 13-11-2017 09:53 AM

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Matt wrote on 10-11-2017 02:32 PM

I was digging and found this from Gordon Brown which outlines what I was saying about EU modus operandi, he calls it a "game changer":

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-41935901/gordon-brown-warns-of-brexit-crisis-point

And he's right about crossing red lines, whatever deal we get will do that by definition.



Which makes the whole point of brexit a bit redundant.



I think that's what some people are hoping, negotiations will be unproductive and the EU will come up with a new deal which MPs will put to another referendum.



Considering how things are going that doesn't sound so bad.


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Considering how things are going that doesn't sound so bad.



A lot will depend on how things are looking in the EU generally, key players like Spain and Germany are weakened by internal politics, Hungary and Poland are a cause for concern.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-41904508

Reuniting the EU would give Europe some stability, but there would need to be compromises on all sides.

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[Edited by Private1 on 15-11-2017 11:29 AM]


Russia used hundreds of fake accounts to tweet about Brexit, data shows

Concern about Russian influence in British politics has intensified as it emerged that more than 400 fake Twitter accounts believed to be run from St Petersburg published posts about Brexit.

If you saw these tweets, you were targeted by Russian Brexit Propaganda


Russia used Twitter bots and trolls ‘to disrupt’ Brexit vote

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Russia used hundreds of fake accounts to tweet about Brexit, data shows

Concern about Russian influence in British politics has intensified as it emerged that more than 400 fake Twitter accounts believed to be run from St Petersburg published posts about Brexit.



this is hardly a shock TBH, a weaker Europe is in Russia's interests.

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this is hardly a shock TBH, a weaker Europe is in Russia's interests.



Shocked You mean the Russians don't have our best interests at heart?

I hear they even had a blonde clown riding around in a bus saying Britain sends £350 million a week which we could better use to fund the NHS.

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Matt wrote on 14-11-2017 05:57 PM

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Quin. wrote on 14-11-2017 05:38 PM

Considering how things are going that doesn't sound so bad.



A lot will depend on how things are looking in the EU generally, key players like Spain and Germany are weakened by internal politics, Hungary and Poland are a cause for concern.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-41904508

Reuniting the EU would give Europe some stability, but there would need to be compromises on all sides.



Hungary is a devout Catholic nation, they categorically don't tolerate anything other than their own culture.

Hungary is not a cause for concern, they just want to protect their heritage / culture and given the fact they've been fucked over so many times historically I don't blame them, their pride in their culture is part of the reason I love the country so much.

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