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5 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

So, it leaves to two options, when the Boris deal does NOT pass the HoC: a no deal ( and rejected several times in the HoC) or a revoke of art 50 = End of the brexit.

Would you put any money on against Boris and his team finding a way around the Benn act and taking us out on 31st Oct, deal or no deal? I wouldn't. 

They're keeping very quiet about how they might achieve this; I suspect so that the remainers won't get enough time to invent another new law. 

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14 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

So, it leaves to two options, when the Boris deal does NOT pass the HoC: a no deal ( and rejected several times in the HoC) or a revoke of art 50 = End of the brexit.

This is a new deal, which hasnt yet been rejected once by the HoC .

EU has stated that there will be no more extensions , so, accept this deal or we shall be leaving without a deal

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1 minute ago, sanemax said:

This is a new deal, which hasnt yet been rejected once by the HoC .

EU has stated that there will be no more extensions , so, accept this deal or we shall be leaving without a deal

I missed that. Where did the eu state this?
 

Juncker did but the eu as a body, can you provide a link to this statement?

 

I can only find links such as this

 

https://amp.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/oct/17/eu-leaders-gather-for-summit-as-boris-johnson-scrambles-to-get-backing-for-brexit-deal-politics-live

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On 10/17/2019 at 12:02 PM, stephenterry said:

To be expected.  About time people recognise that a compromise is necessary to bring this situation to a finality. johnson has delivered on the referendum vote. So be it, and move on.

Maybe I'm wrong but I will be amazed if it gets voted through Parliament.

Expect a 3 month extension.

 

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26 minutes ago, sanemax said:

This is a new deal, which hasnt yet been rejected once by the HoC .

EU has stated that there will be no more extensions , so, accept this deal or we shall be leaving without a deal

There is no way that the EU will let us leave without a deal.

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47 minutes ago, puipuitom said:

So, it leaves to two options, when the Boris deal does NOT pass the HoC: a no deal ( and rejected several times in the HoC) or a revoke of art 50 = End of the brexit.

Or we crash out.

 

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2 hours ago, puipuitom said:

As you could have heard from Juncker's mouth: it is NOT him to decide about that, but the members of the EU Committee = heads of government of the EU member states. 

That UK NET contribution.. is just a partial amount compared with the import duty revenues over imported UK goods into the EU. 

Actually, I haven't heard anything like that from his mouth. What he DID say was that "there will be no extension". And as you point out, he did this without references to any other heads of state. He simply decided to make the decision for them.

 

There you have it - the little grey dictatorship in a nutshell - the very reason Brexit must happen. 

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Actually, I haven't heard anything like that from his mouth. What he DID say was that "there will be no extension". And as you point out, he did this without references to any other heads of state. He simply decided to make the decision for them.
 
There you have it - the little grey dictatorship in a nutshell - the very reason Brexit must happen. 
You mean no-deal Brexit.

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Just now, SheungWan said:

You mean no-deal Brexit.

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Do I? I am so pleased you make the occasional attempt to tell posters what they mean. Not to say surprised! Or perhaps not...

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This is a new deal, which hasnt yet been rejected once by the HoC .
EU has stated that there will be no more extensions , so, accept this deal or we shall be leaving without a deal
Not going to happen.

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Would you put any money on against Boris and his team finding a way around the Benn act and taking us out on 31st Oct, deal or no deal? I wouldn't. 
They're keeping very quiet about how they might achieve this; I suspect so that the remainers won't get enough time to invent another new law. 
Yes. Get good odds.

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So, it leaves to two options, when the Boris deal does NOT pass the HoC: a no deal ( and rejected several times in the HoC) or a revoke of art 50 = End of the brexit.
More than that.

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38 minutes ago, SheungWan said:

Not how it works.

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I'm well aware of how it works and it's not in the interest of Europe seeing the UK leave. If it means another 20 extensions, then we will get them despite the rhetoric from Macron.

 

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5 hours ago, Chelseafan said:

Maybe I'm wrong but I will be amazed if it gets voted through Parliament.

Expect a 3 month extension.

 

If it fails in Parliament I expect a longer extension, a year or more. 

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