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Brexit: May could delay vote on revised deal until just days before 29 March, Leadsom suggests


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-politics-live


Within the last 24 hours three of Westminster’s most senior political journalists have all published reports suggesting that May could well end up taking the UK out of the EU without a deal.

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ent...ef=uk-homepage


https://www.itv.com/news/2019-02-11/...xit-is-likely/

https://www.politico.eu/article/insi...al-cliff-edge/


Hold onto your buts! :auto:


So what are we all going to stockpile?
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:woo:

Dis gon b gud
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We are so screwed.
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She couldnt take us out without a deal even if she wanted to , parliament won’t let her. The only way we can get out if this mess ifms if there’s a clear majority in Parliament for Mays Deal, No Deal or No Brexit, which there isn’t and won’t be forvthe foreseeable future..

This could be, and I sincerely hope that it is the death of modem British politics. Hopefully we have the implosion of the Tory party, Corbyn in power in a minority government that keeps us in the EU and the birth of a highly energised, mass nationalist movement like we are seeing in europe.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
Brexit: May could delay vote on revised deal until just days before 29 March, Leadsom suggests


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-politics-live


Within the last 24 hours three of Westminster’s most senior political journalists have all published reports suggesting that May could well end up taking the UK out of the EU without a deal.

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ent...ef=uk-homepage


https://www.itv.com/news/2019-02-11/...xit-is-likely/

https://www.politico.eu/article/insi...al-cliff-edge/


Hold onto your buts! :auto:


So what are we all going to stockpile?
Although i doubt that parliament will allow her to push into March i do agree that it looks like May is pushing down the clock and is unlikely to cave to betraying the vote.

If parliament as i suspect prove too incompotent to pass something to extend brexit then May will push on.
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I've learnt to believe the opposite to what May claims, so all in all I don't think we will leave the EU at all.

I feel our chances of leaving is as if California tried to leave the US, virtually impossible but I hope to be proven wrong.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
If parliament as i suspect prove too incompotent to pass something to extend brexit then May will push on.
And how will she do that?
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Good, it's about time we got out of the EU, we don't need a deal with them because we have other deals we've made instead. Let them crawl back to us because they need us and not the other way around.
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Good, it's about time we got out of the EU, we don't need a deal with them because we have other deals we've made instead. Let them crawl back to us because they need us and not the other way around.
The sad thing is that I can’t even tell if this is sarcasm
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She couldnt take us out without a deal even if she wanted to , parliament won’t let her. The only way we can get out if this mess ifms if there’s a clear majority in Parliament for Mays Deal, No Deal or No Brexit, which there isn’t and won’t be forvthe foreseeable future..
No Deal is the default option in the absence of Parliament deciding anything. No Deal does not need a majority in parliament to happen. As there is current not a majority for anything in parliament, and No Deal is the only option that does not need a majority for it to happen, we could well be going there. It is all contingent on "rebel" remain Tories actually rebelling as opposed to voting with the government and against cross party proposals. But these guys are cowards and not willing to destroy the tory party, the tory right on the other hand...

hard brexit here we come!
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Although i doubt that parliament will allow her to push into March i do agree that it looks like May is pushing down the clock and is unlikely to cave to betraying the vote.

If parliament as i suspect prove too incompotent to pass something to extend brexit then May will push on.
I love how you have gone from a camaroon to right wing brexiteer to better fit with the current direction of your party XD
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It would make sense if we agreed an extension of 6 months so they had time to sort this mess out.
The politicians have completely let business down .
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(Original post by 999tigger)
It would make sense if we agreed an extension of 6 months so they had time to sort this mess out.
The Conservative politicians have completely let business down .
Fixed that for you
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
No Deal is the default option in the absence of Parliament deciding anything. No Deal does not need a majority in parliament to happen. As there is current not a majority for anything in parliament, and No Deal is the only option that does not need a majority for it to happen, we could well be going there. It is all contingent on "rebel" remain Tories actually rebelling as opposed to voting with the government and against cross party proposals. But these guys are cowards and not willing to destroy the tory party, the tory right on the other hand...

hard brexit here we come!
As i read elsewhere. If Rudd and Hammond resign she would be personally harmed, if Gove resigns the right of the party would see it as a call for war and they'll vote down every tory item put before the House.

(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
I love how you have gone from a camaroon to right wing brexiteer to better fit with the current direction of your party XD
On non brexit policy i still am largely the same.
(Original post by 999tigger)
It would make sense if we agreed an extension of 6 months so they had time to sort this mess out.
The politicians have completely let business down .
They can't extend past July 1st otherwise we hit the next european parliamentry term.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
Fixed that for you
May can only really be blamed for everything upto December. Parliaments general inability to back anything is now to blame.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
No Deal is the default option in the absence of Parliament deciding anything. No Deal does not need a majority in parliament to happen. As there is current not a majority for anything in parliament, and No Deal is the only option that does not need a majority for it to happen, we could well be going there. It is all contingent on "rebel" remain Tories actually rebelling as opposed to voting with the government and against cross party proposals. But these guys are cowards and not willing to destroy the tory party, the tory right on the other hand...

hard brexit here we come!
I will be astounded if that is what happens. I think there will be a crappy deal supported by labour as various vested interests lose their ****. Happy to be proved wrong though
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Extend for what? EU will not allow an extention without a good reason.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
I love how you have gone from a camaroon to right wing brexiteer to better fit with the current direction of your party XD
Don’t think he’s changed that much, you can also be a brexiteer and a Cameroonian - eg Gove.

Rakas is bssically Gove just less Zionist and more anti immigrant, but I’m sure that will change if he gets into the party and he joins the friends of Israel society 😂
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Didn't you hear, whoever makes magnums are stockpilling.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
May can only really be blamed for everything upto December. Parliaments general inability to back anything is now to blame.
If May really wanted to play the statesman PM she could have reached out to Labour MPs to pass a deal. Instead her focus is on keeping the Tory right onside, which is what is making is impossible to get the numbers for a deal.

Her current strategy of waiting until the last moment and hoping enough labour MPs blink is a pretty risky strategy.
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