Brexit: The fallout

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I don't think May is genuinely prepared to take the no deal option. Parliament (including most of her party and the vast majority of her cabinet) voted against it twice. There were 400 votes against it in the indicative vote on Wednesday.

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Mays plan was always to get a deal, she voted remain - there are only about 20-30 really hard brexit MP's in parliament, the rest want a deal or remain - at any cost.

 

Even if May resigns, another remain ( deal ) MP will get selected

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All the stuff in the UK, has been very bad for the circus, as most people figure why pay good money to go to the circus, why you can watch the "clowns" in parliament on TV for free.

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This just about sums up the complete balls up brought on by clueless May.  Enjoy.

 

 

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On this "momentous" day, it is important to define as succinctly as possible, what the UK has achieved in the name of brexit to date. Not based on emotion or ideology, but purely on facts...

 

...and here it is everyone:

 

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/brexit/2019/01/11/29-march-2019-brexit-in-name-only-or-an-article-50-extension/

 

...and that's it! well worth the effort! Happy independence day everyone! :rolleyes:

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In a last ditch effort to save her BREXIT deal, Mrs. May, will not only resign if she wins her vote today, but also show her tits while dancing to dancing queen.

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They rejected the deal. Out on 12th of April unless something turns up.

 

Pound dropping ( no surprise there )

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2 minutes ago, LeCheese said:

They rejected the deal. Out on 12th of April unless something turns up.

 

Pound dropping ( no surprise there )

 

FWIW That was expected, and it was also expected that the uk would ask for an extention.  What will happen we dont know for sure, but so far its all as expected.

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2 minutes ago, zwiebelfisch said:

 What will happen we dont know for sure, but so far its all as expected.

Maybe Mr. Speaker will be asked to toss a coin.

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Just now, HEM said:

Maybe Mr. Speaker will be asked to toss a coin.

 

Its in the hands of the EU for the moment.

 

According to the BBC it might be a 12 month extention, but we will see.

 

Im still expecting the uk to try to kick it into the long grass and then kill it after a suitable delay.  So far the EU is playing along nicely, but they are at least saying the uk needs to make up its mind so its not beyond the realms of posibility that we may actually have to leave at some point.

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Just now, zwiebelfisch said:

Its in the hands of the EU for the moment.

 

Has the UK actually asked for another extension?  If they don't its out-in-April methinks.

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1 minute ago, HEM said:

 

Has the UK actually asked for another extension?  If they don't its out-in-April methinks.

 

No idea to be honest.  Would be a surprise if we didnt.  The bbc is reporting that May says there isnt time to now avoid no deal. 

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