Brexit III: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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  1. Colm Farrell
    Colm Farrell
    Degi Síðan síðan

    After watching it becomes how utterly desperate liberals are. No, you can't overrule democracy. Constitution change requires in virtue of the constitution a referendum. The economy can now engage in negotiations with international states rather than the EU's 27. Britain now has good immigration control, a better bargaining position, self governance, democracy, cheaper goods with a stronger currency and so much more. The benefits outweigh the potential negatives that have since been extinguished.

  2. mrpopo
    mrpopo
    Degi Síðan síðan

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  3. Ivy S
    Ivy S
    4 dögum síðan

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="374">6:14</a> someone on the Last Week Tonight staff is a music nerd...

  4. Ivy S
    Ivy S
    4 dögum síðan

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="95">1:35</a> Everytime John brings up something British it's either "oh this is horrible" or "it's good trust me!"

  5. 7th Quark
    7th Quark
    9 dögum síðan

    Brexit : the British comedy show Trump : the American comedy show What's your favorite ?

  6. Bao Doan
    Bao Doan
    9 dögum síðan

    This reminds me of what Socrates said about Democracy. That it's dangerous to employ Democracy to a populace that is not educated about the matter that Democracy is being used to resolve.

  7. TheRaiderra
    TheRaiderra
    9 dögum síðan

    Ireland should do what the Americans did! Throw the English out!

  8. RealDeal441
    RealDeal441
    11 dögum síðan

    Well John lad, the bloody “troubles’ started when the English army invaded Ireland and then settled english Protestants in the fertile north east of the Emerald Isle! You know, colonise and try to stick around as long as possible.

  9. Pádraig McHugh
    Pádraig McHugh
    11 dögum síðan

    ha no

  10. Ace o Conner
    Ace o Conner
    12 dögum síðan

    The band there is in Trump playlist 🇬🇧

  11. Ace o Conner
    Ace o Conner
    12 dögum síðan

    Still those ladys around the pool make more sense than Donald yankee dodal. Not so dandee Trump just saying 🇬🇧

  12. Monika
    Monika
    14 dögum síðan

    And here we are a year later with still no Brexit... And that clown Johnson actually became Prime Minister.

  13. john lyon
    john lyon
    17 dögum síðan

    A Brexit Boy Band? And I thought Americans weird! Bollocks!

  14. Marv Watkins
    Marv Watkins
    18 dögum síðan

    Doubt the Brexiteers really thought the ramifications. They didn't think it out.

  15. Marv Watkins
    Marv Watkins
    18 dögum síðan

    We don't need The Troubles again.

  16. Marv Watkins
    Marv Watkins
    18 dögum síðan

    Brexit: as smooth as constipation.

  17. Jak Lawrence
    Jak Lawrence
    20 dögum síðan

    Well we've technically left now, and about a month into the transition period COVID-19 closed the world down. We're halfway through May nearly and I've not heard a single peep about where we are with Brexit for months.

  18. JA Andrson
    JA Andrson
    21 degi síðan síðan

    bs

  19. Scott Dormani
    Scott Dormani
    21 degi síðan síðan

    Ahh the days when trump and brexit were the biggest threats. Now we have corona virus and murder hornets not to mention the outbreak of stupidity that followed

  20. Steph Gracia
    Steph Gracia
    21 degi síðan síðan

    "I disagree wholeheartedly with the claim that tough political decisions is not the job of the people. Yes our representative are here to provide legal expertise on certain matters. But they are here to TRANSLATE the will of the people, NOT to impose their will upon the people. And the biggest issue here is that it HAS become painfully clear that far too many political, economical and social decisions have been made against the better interest of the people. The ruling "elites" are serving private corporate interests and those go directly AGAINST the interests of the PEOPLE. The "uneducated masses" are NOT so uneducated as to not see the direct results of the political choices imposed upon them by liberal globalists over the past 3 decades. And it IS the JOB of the people to keep their REPRESENTATIVES in CHECK, to remind them their DUTIES, and make them accountable when they don't.

  21. Christina Doxstader
    Christina Doxstader
    21 degi síðan síðan

    Too much has happened since then so I can't remember what did happen but I was always of the thought that the EU should have told the UK to fuck off and have them either accept the deal they want or no deal at all. The EU doesn't need the UK after all. It would hurt for a little bit but at the end of the day they'd be fine. The UK on the other hand desperately needs the EU to survive. They deserve what they get.

  22. Brenda Ingrid Kipkemoi
    Brenda Ingrid Kipkemoi
    23 dögum síðan

    Britain f&$@ked itself with Brexit. They'll soon reverse it.

  23. Ashutosh Sharma
    Ashutosh Sharma
    24 dögum síðan

    I say we support the Irish, invade Northern Ireland and retake it to form a united Ireland once again. Problem solved. Who's with me??

    1. Kat Murphy
      Kat Murphy
      13 dögum síðan

      Problem is the two parts of Ireland are also split on religious grounds. One is Catholic and the other is Protestant. Personally I'd be thrilled if they all went Pagan again, but that's not happening.

  24. Zog's hub
    Zog's hub
    25 dögum síðan

    As hilarious as the muscle motion thing was as a replacement for the parliamentary footage, it could have also been Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up... what an epic rick-roll that would have been...

  25. KOSTAS DINOS
    KOSTAS DINOS
    26 dögum síðan

    Where are you V when we need you? I am praying for you to succeed on the 5th of November!

  26. Fabricio Chamorro
    Fabricio Chamorro
    27 dögum síðan

    Nice how he called the uk the appendix

  27. Strazdas
    Strazdas
    Mánuði síðan

    Referendums are needed for any significnat decision for the country if you want a democracy. Democracy means a rule by people. Most democractic countries have it in thier constitution that any decisions of such significant are needed to be done by referendum, this is why referendum was necessary to join the EU in the first place. Representative democracy does not cover this.

    1. P vO
      P vO
      12 dögum síðan

      @Strazdas yeah but you have no evidence. your point doesnt actually make sense

    2. Strazdas
      Strazdas
      13 dögum síðan

      @P vO I used european democracies as my reference.

    3. P vO
      P vO
      25 dögum síðan

      Most democratic countries have a referendum in their constitution? where did you get this info? Referenda are typically not considered a characteristic feature of democracy by most scholars / academics

  28. Strazdas
    Strazdas
    Mánuði síðan

    Why does northern ireland in your image has a flag of poland?

  29. SpookeyR
    SpookeyR
    Mánuði síðan

    Brexit is & will forever and always be a cŭck-servative disaster. The UK fucked themselves in the ass with a rusty piece of rebarb. And I hope Ireland beats the shit out of the UK every day for an entire century. The UK deserves it.

  30. Niccolo
    Niccolo
    Mánuði síðan

    That empty shelf seems depressingly familiar in 2020.

  31. French Trench
    French Trench
    Mánuði síðan

    Imagine if Boris Johnson was the prime Minister of the UK

    1. tom march.
      tom march.
      4 dögum síðan

      yeah, imagine. what a funny improbable thing. Imagine if the PM got the Corona because he didn't listen advise from everyone.

  32. Jarrod Yuki
    Jarrod Yuki
    Mánuði síðan

    well brexit was successful also no more muslim immigration.

    1. Jarrod Yuki
      Jarrod Yuki
      4 dögum síðan

      @tom march. i only thing i dont like about islam are jihad and the hijab everything else i can tolerate.

    2. tom march.
      tom march.
      4 dögum síðan

      First : you are still in the EU until december, second : that will change not many thing for immigration third everyone can change religion, it's not write in stone. 4th : successful, ... let's see how the true exit (december) will be played.

    3. Strazdas
      Strazdas
      Mánuði síðan

      Largest number of immigration in UK comes from former commonwealth countries. India is the top #1 by number of people. Immigration wont slow down with brexit, only the economic refugees will be less likely to sneak in.

    4. Alex Mulvihill
      Alex Mulvihill
      Mánuði síðan

      Jarrod Yuki no

  33. Alex Cio
    Alex Cio
    Mánuði síðan

    big changes in 2020, wondering how we will live after all the different crysis in 2 - 3 years...

  34. Kassera Thomas
    Kassera Thomas
    Mánuði síðan

    I love to see my fellow dumb-ass Americans saying, "Stupid brit" but really, we ARE British my guy...

  35. Michal Durakiewicz
    Michal Durakiewicz
    Mánuði síðan

    Except that *none* of the horribles this fear-pimp threatened actually happened. Pretty embarrassing. If you want to predict the future, just find out what this clown has to say and place your bet on the opposite.

  36. anonymous 1000
    anonymous 1000
    Mánuði síðan

    I didn't realize bimbos weren't limited to the US. Young women drive me crazy.

  37. Chiteu Shamutete
    Chiteu Shamutete
    Mánuði síðan

    "what do you think? should your Appendix leave or remain" Hilarious

  38. Truman Hanson
    Truman Hanson
    Mánuði síðan

    If UK’s economy gets wrecked and bbc dies then I may have to deal with the fact that the best tv show, Doctor who, may die.

    1. Strazdas
      Strazdas
      Mánuði síðan

      Dont worry, they already killed it by writers snorting too much coke.

  39. Taranizs
    Taranizs
    Mánuði síðan

    So....Gogglebox is basically British youtube, only instead of a bunch of aspiring internet personalities watching videos you get to see a bunch of completely boring randos watching the news or some shit?

  40. shad0wrune
    shad0wrune
    Mánuði síðan

    And they are still fu.cking themselves, Thanks Nigel and Boris

  41. Richard 303
    Richard 303
    Mánuði síðan

    What a dim bulb.

  42. Me
    Me
    Mánuði síðan

    That scene is a national disgrace

  43. Timothy Long
    Timothy Long
    Mánuði síðan

    The moment u realize the rest of the world is just as dumb an fucked up as America is 😵😵😵 mind blown

    1. Strazdas
      Strazdas
      Mánuði síðan

      America is not the most stupid country in the world, americans are just very proud of thier stupidity. This is culturally enshrined in them. Look at thier TV shows, intelligent people are always portrayed as wackos and the dumb jocks are always the heroes.

  44. ElsbethMai
    ElsbethMai
    Mánuði síðan

    I have a weird idea about the boarder between north Ireland and republic of Ireland..... Get Britian out and leave Ireland to itself.

  45. Tulsenvaloor1
    Tulsenvaloor1
    Mánuði síðan

    Is that stephen fry at the end?

  46. Muhammad Durrani
    Muhammad Durrani
    Mánuði síðan

    That accent in the end is golden.

  47. Tom Keating
    Tom Keating
    Mánuði síðan

    well John the people again said, " we want out "and guess what , plenty of food and fruit in the shops!!! you have sold out

  48. Julia Arkhipova
    Julia Arkhipova
    Mánuði síðan

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1179">19:39</a> I have no idea why Mr Stephen Fry has not been knighted yet

  49. Sage VI
    Sage VI
    Mánuði síðan

    Brexit x global pandemic = ? Well its not really not that bad.

  50. RonkoDDR
    RonkoDDR
    Mánuði síðan

    I'm wondering if someone possibly thought about the use of the sentence: "Leaving the EU? EEWW!!" :-)

  51. moar schtuff
    moar schtuff
    Mánuði síðan

    Where can I buy that mug?

  52. Jacobo Fiaño Álvarez
    Jacobo Fiaño Álvarez
    Mánuði síðan

    Return northern Ireland to Ireland invaders! Go on home British soldiers go on home have you got no fucking homes of yoour own.

  53. meetpoorfor crowinsfo
    meetpoorfor crowinsfo
    2 mánuðum síðan

    John, as your very first "scenario" illustrates, you aren't above a wildly over-the-top story, to get an audience to laugh *seconds* after you start. But occasionally, it's just ridiculous. This is one of those occasions. It was excessively extreme and just because you got the reaction, doesn't mean you should use an idea ike that again

  54. Ty-real TBK
    Ty-real TBK
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Sorry to say that, but probably the solutions lie in Switzerland. It is not in the EU, but has no formal customs control because it is part of Schengen. And second (to Min <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1086">18:06</a>) it is possible and should be done in a democracy to ask People about such important questions by referendum (see direct democracy in switzerland)

    1. Martin Goldfreed
      Martin Goldfreed
      Mánuði síðan

      Yes, but the referendum was to not be in the Schengen area as well.

  55. morzh1978
    morzh1978
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Wow! Oliver is true globalist who grossly opposes right to vote. "FUCK YOU ORDINARY VOTERS!" he basically says. No surprise that he is also an adamant Trump-hater.

  56. morzh1978
    morzh1978
    2 mánuðum síðan

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="835">13:55</a> "no-deal Brexit would ripple across the entire world" - what a delusional chauvinism. The world does not care about such tiny shard of British empire. Has someone bought anything genuinely British worldwide? Can remember what was it? The "world" affected is just a bunch of loosers, whom Washington despises but London does take care about, like Baltic statelets, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland to some extent and may be some other sources (like Portugal) of discounted diqualified labour wage slavery exports. These are countries that Britain truly deserves to preserve ties with.

    1. Dishant
      Dishant
      Mánuði síðan

      🤦🏽

  57. Roman Darius
    Roman Darius
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Why did the British People vote for Brexit? You are right! The British White People don't want to become a minority in their own homeland. And as an Italian, I say good for them. One thousand Roman Salutes to the British White People that are trying to save their Race, Culture, History and Christian Identity.

  58. Gabryal Sansclair
    Gabryal Sansclair
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Remember when this was as bad as it had gotten?

  59. Rigo
    Rigo
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Isn't the dude who was asking boris some questions on the bike the same dude who pissed robert downey jr. by asking about his family issues on a film-promo interview?

  60. Sela Hanany
    Sela Hanany
    2 mánuðum síðan

    "boris johnson" ooooohh...

  61. nevets7152
    nevets7152
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Stay in the fucking USA and never come back you trater remainer.

  62. Mystery Egg
    Mystery Egg
    2 mánuðum síðan

    That Brexit box doesn't seem so funny now...

  63. John Coffey
    John Coffey
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Obviously referendums have their uses, but like he said this one was way too big, and then people way too uninformed.

    1. Baron von Limbourgh
      Baron von Limbourgh
      2 mánuðum síðan

      This referendum was broken in so many ways. Shouldn't be called a referendum anymore honestly.

  64. Gehtdi anschasau
    Gehtdi anschasau
    2 mánuðum síðan

    It might be a good riddance for the EU in the long run. Britan refused to use the same currency and the same meassurement System as the rest of the Eu, they drive on the other side of the road, drink tea rather than coffee,... The britshits have more in common with Japan than with the rest of Europe

  65. Anonymous Person
    Anonymous Person
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Brits worrying about getting their medications... something Americans worry about on a regular basis. You don't fuck yourselves nearly as much as Americans do to themselves.

  66. Anonymous Person
    Anonymous Person
    2 mánuðum síðan

    By the date of this video, I'm assuming there was an extension?

    1. Stavros CYPRUS
      Stavros CYPRUS
      2 mánuðum síðan

      Anonymous Person No the withdrawal agreement was finally signed and passed by the UK’s parliament in January 2020. (The EU ratified the renegotiated WA in November 2019) However, the UK is still IN the custom UNION and the SINGLE MARKET of the EU. In other words, the UK is pretty much still a member state of the EU. What the UK left in January 2020, after a finally agreed WA, was from the Union’s institutions, thus removing her representations from the European Council-Council of Ministers-European Parliament etc. Right now there is, as stated in the WA, a TRANSITION period which ends in 31/12/2020. Put simple, they will REALLY LEAVE on 01/01/2021, with or without a trade deal, unless there is again an extension, which is the most obvious possibility given the pan-European/world wide coronavirus situation. Hope this helped :)

  67. Matthew St. Cyr
    Matthew St. Cyr
    2 mánuðum síðan

    You know, those Brexit Boxes would be very useful globally for a certain different sort of crisis we're facing right now...

  68. Creepy :
    Creepy :
    2 mánuðum síðan

    We need an update!

    1. tom march.
      tom march.
      4 dögum síðan

      wait december, there will be changes, maybe

  69. south sider96
    south sider96
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Who'da thunk CoronaVirus would come right as UK begins the process of leaving the EU. ~One Year later

  70. Vlad Tepes
    Vlad Tepes
    2 mánuðum síðan

    britain wants to show it gets along without the EU. with the alternative being being replaced by a question mark smiley on the atlas, or what?

  71. Ston Feren
    Ston Feren
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Good riddance from Croatia

  72. Michael Rosenzweig
    Michael Rosenzweig
    2 mánuðum síðan

    ispulse.info/video/lKyqi6WpnGJ-f2s.html Brexit gaslighter...

  73. Josny13
    Josny13
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Almost a year since march 29 2019. Has this sh!t happened yet? Feels like it just quieted down.

    1. Mme. Veronica
      Mme. Veronica
      Mánuði síðan

      I think there's going to be a border between northern Ireland and Britain

    2. Stavros CYPRUS
      Stavros CYPRUS
      2 mánuðum síðan

      Josny13 Not yet. The UK is still IN the custom UNION and the SINGLE MARKET of the EU. In other words, the UK is pretty much still a member state of the EU. What the UK left in January 2020, after a finally agreed withdrawal agreement(WA), was from the Union’s institutions, thus removing her representations from the European Council-Council of Ministers-European Parliament, European Courts, Europol, EMA etc. Right now there is, as stated in the WA, a TRANSITION period which ends in 31/12/2020. The UK will REALLY LEAVE on 01/01/2021, with or without a trade deal, unless there is again an extension, which is the most obvious possibility given the pan-European/world wide coronavirus situation.

    3. Ozone Turtle
      Ozone Turtle
      2 mánuðum síðan

      Josny13 yes it has happened

    4. Ozone Turtle
      Ozone Turtle
      2 mánuðum síðan

      Josny13 January 31st 2020

  74. Ruslan Routliffe
    Ruslan Routliffe
    2 mánuðum síðan

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="615">10:15</a> I thought the tree was part of the dude's hair 😂

  75. davi van der hurk
    davi van der hurk
    2 mánuðum síðan

    im dutch and that boyband is weird

  76. Ryan lex
    Ryan lex
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Look like Marxist propandaga doesn't work Hahahahah🤔🤣🤣🤣

    1. Ryan lex
      Ryan lex
      2 mánuðum síðan

      @Stavros CYPRUS UK is on the set to leave the Marxist Unelected EU, Merkel on her way out, marcon is having a crisis with yellow vest protest every week/month, Poland Hungary, Serbia, Italy, Greece, Romania, ECT.. have re-elected right wing into power. Brazil, India, australia, Chile, Russia, Poland, Hungary, the whole middle east, Japan, have elected right wing/conservative into power again. Liberal world order is collaping hardcore with USA have 22trilion debt. HAHHAHAHA 😂😂

    2. Stavros CYPRUS
      Stavros CYPRUS
      2 mánuðum síðan

      Ryan lex Marxist propaganda? The UK hasn’t left the EU yet. The UK is still IN the custom UNION and the SINGLE MARKET of the EU. In other words, the UK is pretty much still a member state of the EU. What the UK left in January 2020, after a finally agreed withdrawal agreement(WA), was from the Union’s institutions, thus removing her representations from the European Council-Council of Ministers-European Parliament etc. Right now there is, as stated in the WA, a TRANSITION period which ends in 31/12/2020. The UK will REALLY LEAVE on 01/01/2021, with or without a trade deal, unless there is again an extension, which is the most obvious possibility given the pan-European/world wide coronavirus situation. Get your facts right!

  77. aShura
    aShura
    2 mánuðum síðan

    The narrow margin that made me like the British Accent was shattered so easily when I heard those girls talk on the reality show.

  78. Preserbius
    Preserbius
    2 mánuðum síðan

    If we all just listened to Scarlett Moffatt everything would be okay, smh

  79. Simon
    Simon
    2 mánuðum síðan

    Your show is shit!

  80. Mister Rogers is to posh to understand the joke
    Mister Rogers is to posh to understand the joke
    2 mánuðum síðan

    #BucketheadForBritain