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UK PM May makes no change to demands in talks with EU leaders - report

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2 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The biggest defeat in a Parliamentary vote since the 1920s, and she’s making demands.

 

She’s as deluded as she was when she slashed 20,000 police officer posts in the belief crime could be fought from behind a computer.

Brussels has made it clear that nothing substantial in the deal will change anyway.

 

Trump/ America's representative has already made clear that a trade deal with the UK would be very difficult under the May deal.

 

What does Britain have that America would want an interest in anyway? The NHS and maybe the City? They can make & do everything they want Stateside anyway, and Trump has made it clear that that's how he wants it.

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55 minutes ago, Grouse said:

Certainly time for parliament to take back control from this incompetent, arrogant and cynical executive. I do hope some Tories have the guts to resign the whip and stand as independents.

Never gonna happen, without the 10 DUP votes last week they would've lost the no confidence vote. No Tory MP would risk a GE and a Labour gvt.

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6 minutes ago, Andrew65 said:

Never gonna happen, without the 10 DUP votes last week they would've lost the no confidence vote. No Tory MP would risk a GE and a Labour gvt.

So let's give the DUP 1.001 Billion to change sides. Money grubbing parasites controlling parliament. Maybe Sinn Feign would be up for a bribe? Otherwise, where can one buy potato blight?

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1 hour ago, Grouse said:

Certainly time for parliament to take back control from this incompetent, arrogant and cynical executive. I do hope some Tories have the guts to resign the whip and stand as independents.

Some people spend their whole lives wishing for this and that.

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2 hours ago, norfolkc said:

The only thing keeping her in office is the fact that the Labour party has bad leadership and are going to far to the left 

How many "things" would you like?

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2 hours ago, Snow Leopard said:

Its a no deal exit. 

or a no exit deal.

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1 minute ago, SheungWan said:

How many "things" would you like?

You to cease sneering and come up with some interesting ideas yourself!

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1 minute ago, SheungWan said:

or a no exit deal.

And how would you suggest that be delivered?

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The biggest defeat in a Parliamentary vote since the 1920s, and she’s making demands.

Followed by winning a vote of confidence. Still stronger than all the other alternatives for now and other than Corbyn nobody stepping forward on the Tory side to be PM.

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34 minutes ago, SheungWan said:

Followed by winning a vote of confidence. Still stronger than all the other alternatives for now and other than Corbyn nobody stepping forward on the Tory side to be PM.

Under their rules, the Tories can't have another leadership challenge until December, and it doesn't look like Teresa-the-Appeaser is going anywhere otherwise, although she has mentioned no Brexit at all.

 

A second referendum would take maybe a year to organise.

 

Brussels has said that it's the May-deal and no other.

 

Increasingly looking like a no-deal Brexit, all other options are quickly disappearing.

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59 minutes ago, welovesundaysatspace said:

She knows that:

- no one would step up to replace her, because everyone knows it’s a deadlock and you can only lose;

- it would then lead to a GE;

- Tories would lose such GE. 

 

Good thing is, time is ticking, thanks to Theresa. So at some point, MPs need to make a decision for something, whether that’s hard Brexit, A50 withdrawal, or saving themselves but sacrificing the Tory party (by resigning). 

 

you may be right re the possible outcome of a GE

if it were to be conducted during the next say 4 weeks

 

that is one of the reasons why it was extremely unfortunate that the

Tory internal non conf didn't ditch TM

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1 hour ago, Andrew65 said:

Never gonna happen, without the 10 DUP votes last week they would've lost the no confidence vote. No Tory MP would risk a GE and a Labour gvt.

not correct me thinks

look at the voting figures

 

DUP not supporting PM would not be sufficient to ditch her

 

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38 minutes ago, SheungWan said:

Followed by winning a vote of confidence. Still stronger than all the other alternatives for now and other than Corbyn nobody stepping forward on the Tory side to be PM.

right

 

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