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  Speaker Accepts Dominic Greive Amendment Vote
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 10:06 AM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (3)

Speaker John Bercow has accepted a vote on an amendment by Dominic Greive which if passed will force the government to come back to the house with an alternative plan if her deal is defeated within 3 days instead of the current 21 days.

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  Any deal is better than no Deal or No Brexit
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 10:05 AM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (6)

Seems to Theresa May's strategy for getting her deal through the house of commons. I am just guessing of course but I think think the deal will somehow get passed.

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  Liam Fox Rallies His Troops
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 10:04 AM - Forum: Brexit Deal Discussions - Replies (1)

Liam Fox calls on his Brexiteer allies to rally round Theresa May's deal or risk staying in the European Union.

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  I Voted Out
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-11-2019, 09:44 AM - Forum: Please Introduce Yourself - No Replies

Hello everyone, I voted to leave the E.U.

I have had my gut twisted for many years with poor decisions and lies from our Government and the E.U.

It's time our politicians undertake what we pay them to do on our behalf.

It's time our politicians listened to us and worked in our best interest.

It's time our politicians understood how we feel and why.

Will they listen?

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  ERG Accused Of Being Traitors
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 09:41 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - Replies (3)

Tory remainer MP's including at least one cabinet member have accused their brexiter colleagues in the European Research Group (ERG) of being traitors for voting down Theresa May's motion in the House of Commons last night.

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  May's Deal
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-11-2019, 09:33 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - Replies (1)

So MPs are going to vote on Mays 'revised' new EU membership deal.

When that is turned down they are going to vote on 'no deal'

When that is turned down they are going to vote on extending article 50.

What happened to 'No deal is better than a bad deal'?

What happened to 'We are leaving the EU on the 29th March'?

What happened to 'The will of the people'?

What happened to 'I will deliver a Brexit that people voted for'?

What happened to................................................ ...............................???????????????????

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  Parliament debated the petition – “Brexit re article 50 it must not be stopped"
Posted by: CommonWealth - 03-11-2019, 09:31 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - No Replies

The debate in Westminster Hall concerning the petition “Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances”

This is one and three quarter hours long. You may find you will need to disable some add-ons like ad-blocker etc. to be able to view this video.

Long Link

https://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/17...e041a81a0b

Short Link

https://goo.gl/zn4DBd

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  Rees Mogg Softens His Stance
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 09:29 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - Replies (1)

Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg has softened his stance on Brexit, stating that he may back May's deal even if it's not the Brexit he envisaged. He has conceded that there's no majority in Parliament for a no deal, hence the compromise with May's deal. He has also conceded that article 50 may need to be extended to get remaining Brexit legislation through the commons.

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  Boris Johnson Speech
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 09:28 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - Replies (1)

Boris Johnson is to make a major speech tomorrow (Friday). Just wondering what he is going to say that's not already been said? Or is this his pitch for the leadership of the Tories and PM?

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  Liam Fox warning
Posted by: IanWhann - 03-11-2019, 09:26 AM - Forum: Pro Brexit Discussions - No Replies

Liam Fox has warned that a cross party group of backbench MP's are trying to use parliament to hijack government brexit related business with a view to thwarting no deal or brexit itself.

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