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Brexit: What will happen in the British parliament on February 14?

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1 hour ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Breixteer's either like to pretend or genuinely are ignorant of how Britain's representative parliamentary constitution works.

 

They cling to the result of an advisory referendum regardless of any thoughts of consequences or the detail required for government to follow and implement that advice.

 

They actually clamor for something that the parliamentary system was designed to stop. And when/if they get it they'll be the first to cry.

I have been elated for two years & cannot see it wearing off any time soon 😊

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17 minutes ago, evadgib said:

It didn't need to for the 17.4m who knew what they wanted from the onset.

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Apart from the referendum being advisory only, and having been manipulated, it was only about whether to leave the EU or not. Future relationships, including what happens after the 29 Mar, were never in the scope of the referendum or on the ballot paper. This whole “Brino” hogwash is an invention of Brexiteers to manipulate more. 

 

So, if the parliament really feels bound to the manipulated opinion poll of 2016, it should at least decide the future post-Brexit relationships without interference and manipulation by Brexiteers. Sensible proposals exist, whether it’s May’s deal, Corbyn’s five conditions, or some of the MPs motions. 

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1 hour ago, evadgib said:

It didn't need to for the 17.4m who knew what they wanted from the onset.

You are trying to play that broken record again.

 

17.4 of 66 million = 26.4%

 

As pointed out not everybody voted for the same reasons or for the same "Brexit", we are nearly 3 years down the line and it is clear that those who still want a brexit can not agree on what they want.

 

Vote Leave can not deliver on their promise of something for nothing, time to call it a day... 

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Apart from the referendum being advisory only, and having been manipulated, it was only about whether to leave the EU or not. Future relationships, including what happens after the 29 Mar, were never in the scope of the referendum or on the ballot paper. This whole “Brino” hogwash is an invention of Brexiteers to manipulate more. 
 
So, if the parliament really feels bound to the manipulated opinion poll of 2016, it should at least decide the future post-Brexit relationships without interference and manipulation by Brexiteers. Sensible proposals exist, whether it’s May’s deal, Corbyn’s five conditions, or some of the MPs motions. 

Advisory only? Nah mate that was the old Remainer tactic. That daft bird Yvette Cooper got a Leave date stitched up for us in a proper Withdrawal Act, for 29th March. That trick didn’t work for us

BRINO? We’ve still got Theresa working on it. Trouble is those Leavers are a slippery bunch, not a thick as we thought. They even read the agreement and found all the tricks in there too.

Corby and the MPs? Our last hope to trick the population through Parliament. What do you think, but some of them and the ERG won’t follow the party line. They even think democracy trumps elitism!!

I don’t know how those Brexiteers manipulated us into this position, but we’ll blame them anyway.


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51 minutes ago, Basil B said:

You are trying to play that broken record again.

 

17.4 of 66 million = 26.4%

 

As pointed out not everybody voted for the same reasons or for the same "Brexit", we are nearly 3 years down the line and it is clear that those who still want a brexit can not agree on what they want.

 

Vote Leave can not deliver on their promise of something for nothing, time to call it a day... 

Of course none of you have any idea why.

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Guest Jerry787

on 14th ?

a secret sexy valentine dinner btw the pro brexit and the EU leader such draghi, junker and son 🙂

practically an political orgy 

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Why do these Parliament think that they can change the EU's mindset ?

You wanna row your own boat. well & good, row. They are not going to lend you an outboard motor

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Roses are red violets are blue the pound is doomed whatever you do love and kisses Donald Musk & Michel Barnacle 🤔

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Stop giving Theresa a hard time.  She's always looking for a solution.

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4 hours ago, Loiner said:


Come on, keep up. We are way past that agree terms and ‘it was only advisory’ nonsense. There’s legislation now that says we are out 29th March. No need for any terms in there. ‘Alternative arrangements’? Well if she can agree some before the 14th.


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Keep up?

 

It is the EU legislation that specifies the date.

 

Their 2 year deadline from the notification.

 

And nothing (certainly not you or I) to stop Parliament enacting more legislation in order to ask for an extension or to forget about leaving altogether.

 

You seem to forget that the institution (the legislature) that may decide to ask for that is the one that makes the law.

 

And that the judiciary interprets it and decides if the legislature is acting correctly.

 

Not you or any of your mates, not me.

 

Never mind what anyone wishes for.

 

Parliament will do as it thinks best for the Nation.

 

Some people might interpret that as doing what it can "get away with".

 

When push comes to shove, I'm not going to start a revolution........and neither are you and neither is anybody you know.

 

A few "yellow vests" stomping around?

 

Quite likely......but you can be certain that the possibility of that sort of stuff (and how to deal with it) was all factored in......long ago.

 

Ciao.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Loiner said:


Come on, keep up. We are way past that agree terms and ‘it was only advisory’ nonsense. There’s legislation now that says we are out 29th March. No need for any terms in there. ‘Alternative arrangements’? Well if she can agree some before the 14th.

Hard Brexiteers may prattle on about 'no need....' blah but terms of exit still in play.

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3 hours ago, evadgib said:

It didn't need to for the 17.4m who knew what they wanted from the onset.

Brexiteer mind reader. 

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43 minutes ago, Jerry787 said:

on 14th ?

a secret sexy valentine dinner btw the pro brexit and the EU leader such draghi, junker and son 🙂

practically an political orgy 

Maybe TM will be seducing JC at number 10...

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