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What options are left for British PM Johnson on Brexit?

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1 hour ago, Rookiescot said:

Why are they so adamant about getting out of the EU on the 31st of October?

Because in January an EU law comes into effect that would force them to reveal and declare their finances and where they are hiding it.

They would have to pay tax on those earnings. Even if it comes from abroad.

Tax is only for poor people. Rich elites believe they should not have to pay tax.

More to the point I would not think there are many actual MP's in that boat but many may well have friends and contributors of election funds who are, funny how a party contributor will donate more to a political party than they avoid in paying in tax...

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3 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

Nobody voted to Leave with a deal or without a deal.

That’s not true, otherwise the ERG wouldn’t block leaving with a deal, and others wouldn’t block leaving without a deal. Those people, quote obviously, voted to leave without a deal or with a deal, respectively. 

 

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There were only 2 options, Leave or Remain. Leaving with no deal is leaving, is it not? If it is not leaving, please tell me what it is.

You should tell that the voters who are blocking to leave, aka the ERG and other MPs. 

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31 minutes ago, vogie said:

The British people have had their say, they voted leave. And to keep bringing up the idea of another referendum is an insult to most peoples intelligence. MPs have already stated publicly that if and when leave won again that they would not honour that referendum, so surely most people would have to agree the sheer futility of having another referendum when only the result of 'remain' would be accepted. Democracy remain style?

BRINO is a form of leave so would that be acceptable?

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30 minutes ago, JonnyF said:

Wouldn't solve anything. The Lib Dem leader said she would continue to vote against Brexit in Parliament even if Leave won again. It would just delay things another year and we'd be back where we are now.

 

I am sure the Lib/Dem MP's will follow the mandate of their party conference, and Revoke A50 will be the option of choice, but I doubt they will rule out a second referendum as they believe that it will call for revoking A50 anyway.

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21 minutes ago, Victornoir said:

Stop with that.
It is obvious that the parliament should pass a law making the second referendum binding, definitive and immediately applicable with a pre-defined agenda.

It would only take an act of parliament to repeal that law.

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Something is in the making ….

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/sep/10/mps-look-to-bring-back-mays-brexit-deal-with-vote-on-referendum


MPs look to bring back May's Brexit deal with vote on referendum 
Cross-party majority moving closer as more current and ex-Tories open to idea, source says

 

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