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Triggering article 50 in the way she did was a monumental mistake,one of two made by May. It was entirely her choice.

She hasnt lost the vote yet. the extension is simply to give them a bit more time to reach an agreement/ compromise i.e it serves a purpose. Not many people want to leave without any form of deal because businesses are going to suffer. I cant see the issue in waiting another 2-3 months considering we've been in over 40 years and the billions that are at stake.

Dont forget the deal being talked about has been 99% fixed and the wrangling is about the back stop.
I don't think it's 99% fixed but I do hope it could be the compromise that we need to end this mess. But I highly doubt it.

I disagree with almost everything else you have said, Triggering A50 was nothing in comparison to voting for David Camerons Conservative government on the promises of economic stability. The biggest fault was exactly what I said in 2015, when I said

'"if we don't vote for Edd Milibands Labour, then the unmeasurable damage will be caused to the country"

I was right and I'm right now when I say,

"if we don't get some closer to these brexit turmoil further unmeasurable damage will be caused to the country's economy"

Screen shot this and if I'm still on this forum in 2 years quote it, you will be saying 'you was right Burton'.
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I don't think it's 99% fixed but I do hope it could be th me compromise that we need to end this mess.

I disagree with almost everything else you have said, the biggest fault was exactly what I said in 2015, if I said

'"if we don't vote for Edd Milibands Labour, then the unmeasurable damage will be caused to the country"

I was right and I'm right now when I say,

"if we don't get some closer to these brexit turmoilfurther unmeasurable damage will be caused to the country's economy"

Screen shot this and if I'm still on this forum in 2 years quote it, you will be saying 'you was right Burton'
It is 99% because its in a legally binding document that needs signing off. Do you actually understand whats happening?
Hopefully I wont be talking to you in 2 years as you consistently show your lack of knowledge about the process that is taking place and the implications for large parts of the economy.

You disagree but as usual you are unable to answer the points made.

On the one hand you claim that no danage will be done to the economy and in the next thread you are talking about immeasurable damage, without any explanation. You clearly cant decide.


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It is 99% because its in a legally binding document that needs signing off. Do you actually understand whats happening?
Hopefully I wont be talking to you in 2 years as you consistently show your lack of knowledge about the process that is taking place and the implications for large parts of the economy.

You disagree but as usual you are unable to answer the points made.

No need to reply.

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Do the cow emoji, thats your most important contribution.....
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Condensending replies, you don't understand what I'm saying but you know exactly what I mean and understand .... OK

You have not asked a question for me to answer, why don't you word you're questions better instead of resorting to insult with a mate! You might get a better response then.
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*grabs popcorn*
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Results expected any moment now
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Condensending replies, you don't understand what I'm saying but you know exactly what I mean and understand .... OK

You have not asked a question for me to answer, why don't you word you're questions better instead of resorting to insult with a mate! You might get a better response then.
Read your own post it makes no sense. If i dont understand what you are saying, then how can I know exactly what you mean and understand? Anyway doesnt matter as she is about to lose.
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The NAYS have it, the NAYS have it
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A vote on no deal tomorrow. May saying the Tories will have a free vote
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No-deal vote tomorrow. The PM sounded almost tearful.
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The NAYS have it, the NAYS have it
What a shambles.
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Yikes.
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What a shambles.
The ERG and DUP have achieved the last thing they probably wanted - an open field for a second referendum to now come to the fore.
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What a shambles.
On that we can agree.
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so what does this mean now?
sry for the blunt question
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Cable gets drowned out as usual. He's really a joke figure now in the House.
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so what does this mean now?
sry for the blunt question
It means that we're not leaving the EU under the deal negotiated by the government with the EU.

The remaining possibilities are therefore either leaving with no deal, or else delaying the departure by asking for an extension to Article 50. The PM clearly favours the latter, although it is unclear what we do in that time - the EU would probably only accept a delay if we hold another referendum.

There is a big increased chance that we will leave with no deal, which will have very severe consequences.
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so what does this mean now?
sry for the blunt question
May’s deal appears to be dead for good. So we move to a vote tomorrow on No Deal, and a vote on Thursday regarding extending Article 50.
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Cable gets drowned out as usual. He's really a joke figure now in the House.
Mrs May wants a word. 😛
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