Brexit Delayed until Jan. 31. Watch

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How do you feel?
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Our Government is a joke.
They are gonna keep delaying it and who knows we may not even leave?
Either outcome we get it's going to be an absolute pain. If we leave, we may not even get good trade deals and if we remain the EU is gonna make us pay for the palaver we caused.
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jesus.
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(Original post by valentina m.k)
Our Government is a joke.
Agreed

if we remain the EU is gonna make us pay for the palaver we caused.
How are they going to do that?
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Comedy shows about politics don’t work so well now given real life is ridiculous enough.
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(Original post by QE2)
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How are they going to do that?
Can't disagree with either point but would add that it's not only the government that's a joke, the whole of parliament is a laughing stock.
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We started these threads together, my feelings are here.

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6203114

Agree with valentina m.k regards the consequences of revoke. I think the EU are playing a very very smart political game with this fexitension
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****ed up. Bored so bored of it. Farce.
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(Original post by teenpolitics)
How do you feel?
Actually your title isnt quite true. There is an extension up to 31 Jan and they can leave before based on that deal if passed.

Feel indifferent. the deal as is should be examined.
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Ashamed. I'm ashamed that I had faith in Boris to deliver on his main promise when he was elected leader, to deliver Brexit by 31st October. He said he'd rather die in a ditch than extend brexit, well it's time to get digging that ditch.
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the whole of parliament is a laughing stock.
Only to those who think that parliament's job is simply to rubber-stamp whatever mad policy the government proposes, or acquiesce to some people's favoured version of popular opinion - regardless of the damage it might do to the nation.
Parliament is actually doing exactly what it is supposed to do.
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Agree with valentina m.k regards the consequences of revoke.
So you will be able to explain how the EU will "make the UK pay" if parliament revokes A50.
Remember that the EU is just as aware as everyone else that Brexit is not something that the country as a whole wants, so why would they engage in collective punishment? It would be in contravention of the Geneva Convention and probably the European Convention on Human Rights.
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The only way to sort this is a second GE. Get that over and done with and the future will be clearer.
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The year is 2034.

The government approaches the EU for a further three months extension.

Brexiters still don't know why they voted for Brexit and still can't agree on which terms to leave.
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Haha nice.
(Original post by Bio 7)
Comedy shows about politics don’t work so well now given real life is ridiculous enough.
If the thick of it was still going it would be brilliant.
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The year is 2034.

The government approaches the EU for a further three months extension.

Brexiters still don't know why they voted for Brexit and still can't agree on which terms to leave.
Wont happen because we will stop remainer mps who are blocking our will in 2022
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(Original post by QE2)
Only to those who think that parliament's job is simply to rubber-stamp whatever mad policy the government proposes, or acquiesce to some people's favoured version of popular opinion - regardless of the damage it might do to the nation.
Parliament is actually doing exactly what it is supposed to do.
No those of us that expect those who are voted into a representative parliament to represent our views and do what was promised in the manifestos on which they stood and were elected.
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So you will be able to explain how the EU will "make the UK pay" if parliament revokes A50.
I can yes thanks
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How do you feel?
Brexit will be delayed way past 31st January! Parliament does not want Brexit! So dragging of the feet has not even started yet. And there is a general election coming before the end if January anyway. When will the public , whether they voted leave or remain, realise that we need political reform because their votes dont mske much difference anyway because parliament will do what they want even if it means parliamentary paralysis!
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(Original post by Kitten in boots)
The year is 2034.

The government approaches the EU for a further three months extension.

Brexiters still don't know why they voted for Brexit and still can't agree on which terms to leave.
No. Brexiters know exactly why they voted for Brexit! To leave the eu ,be independent and sort the details later! You may not lilke the reasoning but people voted as a protest against loss of identity of uk British?!
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