Cunobelin wrote:carpetcleaner wrote:Cunobelin wrote:
You produced data that you said proved Boris was popular and made that claim. Yet because you had not actually read or understood the link that uou gave, the data produced proved that Sunak was more popular, but as with most data denied its existence because it was inconvenient. You didn't enter into a debate because there was impossible without admitting your deeply flawed claims
What a choice less than 27% in the 2016 instance and less than 43% made in 2019, but then again you have always had a problem with maths and reality, this claim of yours has been disproven multiple times.
Yet again you are ignoring the reality of the mass exodus because it is inconvenient. You are in denial of the hundreds of thousands who chose NOT to stay here, ALL of them preferring their EU homeland to the UK. It has also been proven previously that it is not a preference but necessity, however at least this is better than your previous ridiculous claim that it was because of "faith" in the UK
What mass exodus?
3.4 million EU people want to stay here.
That's a massive vote of confidence in post-Brexit UK.
I think Boris can take a lot of credit for it.
As before you seem to live in a bubble of your own fantasies... The world recognises that Brexit is not settled, (apart from yourself)
No-one is unaware that until the negotiations are complete, Post Brexit Britain is an unknown....please reassure me that you are aware that we are still negotiating?
As for the exodus has been explained fully, you simply deny it and come out with the same incorrect and flawed rubbish.
In brief the number is an irrelevance - remember the Ferrets?
If the trend shows an exodus then your claims like many of your other claims ) are untrue.
Close your eyes, put your fingers in your ears, sing LALALALALALA all you like, but it will not alter the reality that the trend of applications has DECREASED, the number leaving the UK for the EU has INCREASED, and the number of UK citizens leaving of the EU has INCREASED
However, you are right in that your Messiah can take credit for the exodus, more people leaving the UK for the EU tan at any time in the last ten years is his responsibility
However, you can take a horse to water, but you cannot make them think, or in this case, you can educate someone, but if they are a zealous acolyte that does not wish to see beyond their closed fantasy, the chances of them learning is minimal
There hasn't been a mass exodus from the UK. The UK's population is still rising because people want to come here. That's a strange sort of mass exodus.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/ ... on-by-2031
3.4 million EU people already here want to stay in the UK post Brexit.
Perhaps you should seek out a few of these people and ask they why they prefer the UK to their own EU homelands.
I expect Boris would be mentioned a lot. He is an inspiration to us all and I expect that's why he is riding high in the popularity polls.