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LH
November 16, 2018, 9:25pm Report to Moderator

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Amber Rudd back in. Good grief - who votes for this lot?
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Hardly anyone is going to be happy with the outcome it would seem. Ironic when all the average Leave voter wanted was a reduction in immigration. Little did they appreciate how difficult it will be to unpick the UK from the EU, and we haven't even started talking about the Repeal Bill yet! At least if we'd have had Remain 49% of people would be happy with the outcome.


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Has May temporarily united the country? Brexiteers and Remainers don't like the deal.  


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If anybody can get us out of this mess,

Please forward your idea's to the House of Commons,

Because

All those elected on both sides do not have a clue.


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I think there' 5 possibilities
A May knows her deal is Shiite/ shot but delays delays and delays until it's the only option versus no deal and its forced through
B we sleepwalk to no deal
C parliament takes control and forces us ,by a series of convoluted motions and votes into the softest of brexits
D probably the most likely, article 50 is delayed or the e.u . ' stops the clock' to allow us extra time to negotiate further. As the Swiss told us 12 months ago, you will be negotiating with the e.u. Until the end of time I.e. You can check out of the hotel e.u. But you ain't ever going to leave
E somehow a second referendum is forced and we stay in. IMHO this is the best outcome, but even as a staunch remainer, it's the most unsatisfactory outcome
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Quoted from forza ivano
I think there' 5 possibilities
A May knows her deal is Shiite/ shot but delays delays and delays until it's the only option versus no deal and its forced through
B we sleepwalk to no deal
C parliament takes control and forces us ,by a series of convoluted motions and votes into the softest of brexits
D probably the most likely, article 50 is delayed or the e.u . ' stops the clock' to allow us extra time to negotiate further. As the Swiss told us 12 months ago, you will be negotiating with the e.u. Until the end of time I.e. You can check out of the hotel e.u. But you ain't ever going to leave
E somehow a second referendum is forced and we stay in. IMHO this is the best outcome, but even as a staunch remainer, it's the most unsatisfactory outcome


A lot of Brexiteers see no problem with option B.

If that happens I'm gonna spend the rest of my life telling them 'it was all your fault'.


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  • May comes back next week with the EU having told her to bolllocks. She can’t dress up the same terrible deal
  • Deal gets voted down and GE is called
  • Article 50 extended, Labour win election and negotiate deal on their terms rather than the ridiculous red lines May has set out
  • Labour run 2nd referendum on either their deal or remain


Best case scenario.
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May looks set to face Tory no confidence vote according to Twitter rumours. Strong and stable. Strong and stable. Strong and stable.
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Vote of no confidence is on. “...and it’s live!”



Annoyingly like a cockroach i think she’ll survive this vote tonight. Even if she does survive, surely Corbyn has to step up and call a vote of no confidence in her and her government. What an absolute clusterfuck  this whole Brexit process has been.
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