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Recall UK parliament to tackle Brexit crisis, opposition Labour Party says

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4 minutes ago, baboon said:

So what? Recall them anyway and disrupt their cushy holidays. They have had no problem in leaving us is limbo for the past three years while taking our money. F- 'em.

 

I understand your sentiment but the useless b4stards would only waffle on causing more uncertainty. 

 

At least on holiday they can’t do any damage.........can they ?

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2 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Great move. Hope it succeeds. 

 

 

Ha Ha....

 

 

More clutching at straws.

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5 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

 

“There’s a need now to bring MPs (members of parliament) back together again...."

So they can just talk nonsense for another 2 months and do nothing like they did for 3 years.

No thanks....pack yer bags....we're leaving.

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3 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

I understand your sentiment but the useless b4stards would only waffle on causing more uncertainty. 

 

At least on holiday they can’t do any damage.........can they ?

They will anyway, once back from their holidays.

Look, let's put our Brexit differences aside for a moment. The UK is in bedlam, the GBPeso sinking, the likes of us taking out our frustrations on one another. The least our representatives can do is show up for work and either steady the ship or go down with it... 

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There is no crisis, things are proceeding as expected, a little late but fully expected.

 

The EU made no deal, no surprise there, we all knew this would happen before the referendum, what we didn't know is that instead of exiting on 'exit day' they would delay it.

 

I've been reading lately that changing date of the 'exit day' may itself have been outside of what's allowed by law without an act of parliament and there certainly wasn't an act of parliament to change the exit, they merely rejected the 'non deals' offered by the EU.

 

This is where it gets interesting because the old 'May' government challenged the 'Robin Tilbrook' high court action which suggests that the UK has already left the EU due to the lack of an act of parliament changing 'exit day'. It's believed that the Boris Johnson administration could withdraw government support for the opposition to the Tilbrook action, if that happens it means it's over and done with already.

 

To summarise :

The definition of ‘exit day’ had not changed from 29 March 2019 at 11 pm. Accordingly, a Minister of the Crown did not have the power or authority to change the definition.

 

Source : https://robintilbrook.blogspot.com/2019/08/another-solictors-view-on-defend-brexit.html

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What is this crisis exactly? Leave the EU with or without we will have some difficult times at first as you would expect but we will get over it

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What is this crisis exactly? Leave the EU with or without we will have some difficult times at first as you would expect but we will get over it

Crisis, what crisis? Well the LAB govt didn’t manage to sort out their own mess of 1979. They wouldn’t be capable of resolving their self declared crisis around Brexit either.
Not that there will be any particular crisis anyway. The govt and business have had three years to prepare for it, no matter how hard they lobbied not to. Only the most stupid of Remainers will have believed their propaganda so much for it to become a self fulfilling prophecy. The rest will have to adapt and thrive with the rest of us.

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6 hours ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Ha Ha....

 

 

More clutching at straws.

Nope

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7 hours ago, Loiner said:

Attempted power grab by the unelectable Jezza and LAB.


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And what percentage of the electorate voted for johnson as pm?

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7 hours ago, baboon said:

They will anyway, once back from their holidays.

Look, let's put our Brexit differences aside for a moment. The UK is in bedlam, the GBPeso sinking, the likes of us taking out our frustrations on one another. The least our representatives can do is show up for work and either steady the ship or go down with it... 

 

 

You have got a like from me for your sentiment.

 

I still have reservations about what they can achieve - Corbyns effort to recall parliament is not based on a positive mindset to progress the process - it is solely destructive and self-serving.

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23 minutes ago, Bluespunk said:

And what percentage of the electorate voted for johnson as pm?

 

 

The electorate in this case was the Tory party members - as per the democratic rules for choosing a new party leader - the answer is, a sizeable majority.

 

 

What percentage of the electorate voted to join the EU ?

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10 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

The electorate in this case was the Tory party members - as per the democratic rules for choosing a new party leader - the answer is, a sizeable majority.

 

 

What percentage of the electorate voted to join the EU ?

Hmm, so you agree that what corbyn is attempting is perfectly legitimate under those same democratic rules. 

 

As the electorate, in this case, will be those MPs elected by the nation. 

 

And then the whole country will then get their chance to choose whether they want to go down johnson’s no deal road to perdition or not. 

 

Good to know we agree. 

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1 hour ago, Bluespunk said:

Hmm, so you agree that what corbyn is attempting is perfectly legitimate under those same democratic rules. 

 

As the electorate, in this case, will be those MPs elected by the nation. 

 

And then the whole country will then get their chance to choose whether they want to go down johnson’s no deal road to perdition or not. 

 

Good to know we agree. 

 

Different rules - Corbyn in fact benefited from party member support when his own MPs tried to get rid of him.

 

I don't think what he has tried, and failed, to do is intended for the benefit of the country and the Brexit process.

 

I doubt we agree on much on this matter ........ although I am sure you will share the following sentiment:-

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jip99 said:

 

Different rules - Corbyn in fact benefited from party member support when his own MPs tried to get rid of him.

 

I don't think what he has tried, and failed, to do is intended for the benefit of the country and the Brexit process.

 

I doubt we agree on much on this matter ........ although I am sure you will share the following sentiment:-

 

 

Don’t share it at all, though I don’t particularly like the man, he’s better than johnson in one key aspect.  

 

He is committing to allowing the country a vote on the no deal approach. 

 

Also I disagree with the notion what he is attempting to do in parliament is any different to what the no dealers did. 

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2 minutes ago, Bluespunk said:

Don’t share it at all, though I don’t particularly like the man, he’s better than johnson in one key aspect.  

 

He is committing to allowing the country a vote on the no deal approach. 

 

Johnson would be committed to a deal if the EU offer something better than deal Corbyn was not prepared to support.

 

 

Fighting against no deal and fighting against a deal does make Corbyn better than anybody........ the picture is accurate.

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