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May seeks Brexit delay after third vote on her deal is derailed

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16 minutes ago, jpinx said:

Sadly, I'm too lazy to crawl back through postings, but I was not alone in saying about the referendum result, that UK should immediately stop all payments to EU, revert to WTO and close the borders.  It would have been chaotic for a wee while, but no worse than the last 3 years of total shambles and uncertainty.

 

I don't like "I told you so..." but in this case, I did....

Chaotic for a wee while?  That could well have been a massive understatement but we will never know.  Clearly nobody saw that as a workable option at the time.

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6 hours ago, tomacht8 said:

The last and third round of negotiations / voting round will probably be canceled due to a 400 year old technical defect.

It is not a technical defect, it is to stop the same issue that was voted down be put time and time again, Why the speaker allowed it last week is beyond me, although she claimed to have guarantees on the back stop but the attorney general who is more legally qualified than the PM said otherwise.

It was just a rehash of the same mumbo jumbo 

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6 hours ago, nauseus said:

Sad because, whatever the outcome, allowing a second referendum on the same question so soon after the first vote would likely destroy any remaining vestiges of UK democracy. I think leave would win again.  

but it was 3 years ago...

 

Last week TM asked MP's to vote on "Meaningful Vote" after a crippling  defeat only a few weeks ago, after being defeated twice she attempted to ask for MP's to vote on it again only a week after being voted down...

 

So why not another referendum???

 

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Just now, Basil B said:

but it was 3 years ago...

 

Last week TM asked MP's to vote on "Meaningful Vote" after a crippling  defeat only a few weeks ago, after being defeated twice she attempted to ask for MP's to vote on it again only a week after being voted down...

 

So why not another referendum???

 

Her dumb deal has nothing to do with what I said.

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Breaking news!  Donald Tusk says a short extension is possible, but needs UK MP's to agree the deal.

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1 minute ago, nauseus said:

Her dumb deal has nothing to do with what I said.

It clear the the PM can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's

It clear that HM Government can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's

It clear that the official opposition can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's 

 

Time to as the people...

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17 minutes ago, jpinx said:

 

Breaking news!  Donald Tusk says a short extension is possible, but needs UK MP's to agree the deal.

ain't going to happen.

 

This is going to the wire, the sad thing is when staff at the Passport Office finish work end of next week they will not know whether they will be issuing red or blue passports when they return on Monday the 1st of April and that is no joke.

 

I hope no one needs to renew their passports in the near future.

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13 minutes ago, Basil B said:

It clear the the PM can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's

It clear that HM Government can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's

It clear that the official opposition can not agree a solution acceptable to a majority of MP's 

 

Time to as the people...

The people voted out. That is also clear.  

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I am sure there will be a another referendum, and when it is overturned brexiteers will be saying it was not a true reflection of the peoples opinion because they did not recognize the referendum's legality so did not vote.😂

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23 minutes ago, Basil B said:

I am sure there will be a another referendum, and when it is overturned brexiteers will be saying it was not a true reflection of the peoples opinion because they did not recognize the referendum's legality so did not vote.😂

If there is another referendum, and it is overturned, that's fine by me. 

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