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British PM May resigns, paving way for Brexit confrontation with EU

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1 hour ago, geoffbezoz said:

Agreed. The Tories have now become the looney Tories and labour under Corbyn have remained looney labour had an opportunity to appeal to the majority by ditching Corbyn and supporting a second referendum. So far they have not taken that opportunity so the Brexit nutcases are running around like lemmings following Farage. No wonder the UK is now the laughing stock of the world .

What Churchill described as 'snatching defeat from the jaws of victory', though perhaps Corbyn fears the same sort of meltdown that is about to afflict the Tories- to side with one wing is to lose the other.  Brexit could be the undoing of both major parties.

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4 hours ago, malagateddy said:

A hard line Brexiteer will fo nicely thank you

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Fair enough, but why? Parliament has already said that they will not countenance a 'No Deal', so how is the deadlock broken, then? In the real world, that is?

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3 hours ago, malagateddy said:

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  Boris is being groomed, in etiquette . 

    PS, Corbyn is too...

   

 

 

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9 minutes ago, geoffbezoz said:

It could indeed and that should be cause for concern for the nation. It could open up the window of opportunity for racists like Farage and/or others purely taking the opportunity with the main long term intent on wrecking the UK's competitiveness or attraction as a moderate and peaceful society.

      

 Fyi , Nigel is on the square , racist ?  , no muslims allowed .

 

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11 minutes ago, bartender100 said:

If she had done what the majority of the country wanted and left on the 29th of March, as she said over a hundred times, with a WTO deal, she would still be in a job

MPs including her own party voted against it.

Not her fault.

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21 minutes ago, bartender100 said:

If she had done what the majority of the country wanted and left on the 29th of March, as she said over a hundred times, with a WTO deal, she would still be in a job

What the country wants is not decided by Hard Brexiteer spin.

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28 minutes ago, brewsterbudgen said:

Only a hard-core right-wing rump in parliament and in the Conservative Party favour a no deal Brexit. It won't happen.

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We all can only hope that you are correct.

The right wing extremists cannot prevail.

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26 minutes ago, bartender100 said:

If she had done what the majority of the country wanted and left on the 29th of March, as she said over a hundred times, with a WTO deal, she would still be in a job

Since when is that her decision and what’s “a WTO deal” anyway? 

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