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4 minutes ago, billd766 said:

Unfortunately neither I, you or anyone else here can back May's deal simply because there is no way that the UK public can do it either.

 

What I would prefer to see is the current referendum carried out BEFORE another referendum comes along.

 

Once this one is finished then by all means start another, but first Brexit and work from whatever deal is chosen by parliament, who after all are the people that we elected to do the job for us.

 

Logically that could only mean that once UK is out, it will stay out for good.

 

When the March 30th comes and UK is out, there is no way UK could rejoin the EU with the same extra privileges, which it has now. 

 

This would mean that British people will not want to rejoin the EU with worse deal they already had, unless they are really desperate?

 

One can only wonder what that means to UK's unity. At that time, Scotland has the possibility to decide, will it be a equal member country of UK or EU. Which union will give Scottish people the best possibilities for the future?

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2 minutes ago, melvinmelvin said:

yes, you have a democratically  elected parliament,

trouble is it doesn't do anything

they leave it entirely up to your unelected remainer PM and her dodgy

cabinet to crap down current and future relations with EU

 

brexit is a fairly major decision,

one could expect parliament to show some responsibility

rather than letting PM call all the shots as she feels fit

 

What would you do if you were an MP desperate to keep your perks? Me, I would probably go with the 'you broke it, you own it' path of least resistance...

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11 minutes ago, baboon said:

Then we are screwed. Another referendum ending in stalemate or a parliament who can't agree between themselves that water is wet. I really don't know where we can go from here.

Just sit back and enjoy the ride on the roller coaster.

 

This month and March will be particularly interesting and the other parts of 2019 will be just interesting. 

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8 minutes ago, melvinmelvin said:

yes, you have a democratically  elected parliament,

trouble is it doesn't do anything

they leave it entirely up to your unelected remainer PM and her dodgy

cabinet to crap down current and future relations with EU

 

brexit is a fairly major decision,

one could expect parliament to show some responsibility

rather than letting PM call all the shots as she feels fit

 

Actually Teresa May WAS elected by the largest party in parliament (the Tories) most probably as the rest of the contenders could see that the chalice was poisoned.

 

What she has done since is entirely her own work.

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10 minutes ago, baboon said:

What would you do if you were an MP desperate to keep your perks? Me, I would probably go with the 'you broke it, you own it' path of least resistance...

Realigning to the winning side has been the norm for donkeys; notably in English History by the Stanleys @ Bosworth.

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