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1:19 pm today was the exact mid point from when the result that the Great British public had decided to leave the EU and the time 11pm March 29th 2019 that Democracy will be delivered.

Happy days.
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The Countdown begins. on 19:55 - Jan 15 with 485 viewslondonlisa2001

The Countdown begins. on 19:52 - Jan 15 by sherpajacob

May's deal categorically rejected.

No deal will be rejected.

What remains?


I believe we’ll now end up in a ‘brexit’ with customs Union, single market, free trade etc etc.

In other words brexit in name only. The only alternative is another referendum and I think they’ll go for the former rather than the latter.

That’s making the assumption they remain in power - they must think they have the votes otherwise they wouldn’t have called Corbyn’s bluff and said they’d allow the Lib Dems or SNP to move for a no confidence vote but I think it’s incredibly tight.
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The Countdown begins. on 19:56 - Jan 15 with 484 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins. on 13:46 - Jan 15 by Highjack

Apart from the fact we legally exit the European Union in around 9 weeks of course.


Unless parliament legislate again. I'm sure ECB will correct me but 9 weeks seems pretty tight to me

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The Countdown begins. on 19:55 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

I believe we’ll now end up in a ‘brexit’ with customs Union, single market, free trade etc etc.

In other words brexit in name only. The only alternative is another referendum and I think they’ll go for the former rather than the latter.

That’s making the assumption they remain in power - they must think they have the votes otherwise they wouldn’t have called Corbyn’s bluff and said they’d allow the Lib Dems or SNP to move for a no confidence vote but I think it’s incredibly tight.


I can't believe we'll have BRINO, that's madness and arguably less palatable than no deal. What a mess this is

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The Countdown begins. on 20:02 - Jan 15 with 457 viewslondonlisa2001

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I can't believe we'll have BRINO, that's madness and arguably less palatable than no deal. What a mess this is


It’s madness albeit infinitely preferable to a no deal as it won’t wreck the economy.

I just can’t see Corbyn supporting a second referendum which would be needed to get one. Even if he did, I’m not sure they have the numbers for a second referendum.
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The Countdown begins. on 19:55 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

I believe we’ll now end up in a ‘brexit’ with customs Union, single market, free trade etc etc.

In other words brexit in name only. The only alternative is another referendum and I think they’ll go for the former rather than the latter.

That’s making the assumption they remain in power - they must think they have the votes otherwise they wouldn’t have called Corbyn’s bluff and said they’d allow the Lib Dems or SNP to move for a no confidence vote but I think it’s incredibly tight.


Yep. Rule taker, continue to pay anyway with no say. Surely there has to be a referendum to vote on whether that’s better than what we have?

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No confidence vote in



Bad move by Corbyn

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No confidence vote in



Bad move by Corbyn


Tomorrow mate.

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The Countdown begins. on 20:06 - Jan 15 with 441 viewsunion_jack

The Countdown begins. on 19:55 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

I believe we’ll now end up in a ‘brexit’ with customs Union, single market, free trade etc etc.

In other words brexit in name only. The only alternative is another referendum and I think they’ll go for the former rather than the latter.

That’s making the assumption they remain in power - they must think they have the votes otherwise they wouldn’t have called Corbyn’s bluff and said they’d allow the Lib Dems or SNP to move for a no confidence vote but I think it’s incredibly tight.


Corbyn is unelectable. The sooner the Labour Party realise that’s the case, the better.

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DUP saying they will support government.

Going round in circles like a one legged man in an arse kicking competition

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Tomorrow mate.


they’ll pull rank and regroup no way they lol lose that.

Waste off time but had to do it I suppose

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The Countdown begins. on 20:10 - Jan 15 with 413 viewssherpajacob

The Countdown begins. on 19:55 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

I believe we’ll now end up in a ‘brexit’ with customs Union, single market, free trade etc etc.

In other words brexit in name only. The only alternative is another referendum and I think they’ll go for the former rather than the latter.

That’s making the assumption they remain in power - they must think they have the votes otherwise they wouldn’t have called Corbyn’s bluff and said they’d allow the Lib Dems or SNP to move for a no confidence vote but I think it’s incredibly tight.


I think that's actually a,better option than remain.

In the EU but no MEPs, no Farage no Hannan.

Our politicians have proved themselves incapable so direct rule from Brussels gets my vote.

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The Countdown begins. on 20:07 - Jan 15 by oh_tommy_tommy

they’ll pull rank and regroup no way they lol lose that.

Waste off time but had to do it I suppose


Laura K just tweeted the government have the votes.

Corbyn had to do it as otherwise the SNP or LibDems would have tabled it given the government said they’d allow it.

The government decided to get it out of the way and Corbyn lost control of timing.

That gets the ‘we’ll have another general election’ crap out of the way and forces Corbyn to make a decision on a second vote.
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The Countdown begins. on 20:04 - Jan 15 by oh_tommy_tommy

No confidence vote in



Bad move by Corbyn


This whole process is a mess.......there never was going to be an "easy" Brexit and this is further complicated by the political motivations of individuals . People talk of democracy and the wil of the people being deliver ed following the result of the referendum .....the Gower MP was being interviewed and all she could talk about was unit tonight's vote to bring down the Tory government and the ensuring there is no Brexit.......so much for the country's interest .....I voted remain still believe we are foolish to leave but accept the "majority" decision so why can't those elected to supposedly represent the electorate do what they should.....nice one Tania your objective bring down the government and sod the UK .....EU ,UK Doesn't matter which all politicians the same

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The Countdown begins. on 20:14 - Jan 15 with 400 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins. on 19:56 - Jan 15 by waynekerr55

Unless parliament legislate again. I'm sure ECB will correct me but 9 weeks seems pretty tight to me


As things stand currently that exit date is enshrined in law. It can be extended but just like everything else we need permission off the EU first.

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Corbyn is unelectable. The sooner the Labour Party realise that’s the case, the better.


They have. But they can’t do anything about it because the momentum activists control all the votes.

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The Countdown begins. on 20:12 - Jan 15 by vetchonian

This whole process is a mess.......there never was going to be an "easy" Brexit and this is further complicated by the political motivations of individuals . People talk of democracy and the wil of the people being deliver ed following the result of the referendum .....the Gower MP was being interviewed and all she could talk about was unit tonight's vote to bring down the Tory government and the ensuring there is no Brexit.......so much for the country's interest .....I voted remain still believe we are foolish to leave but accept the "majority" decision so why can't those elected to supposedly represent the electorate do what they should.....nice one Tania your objective bring down the government and sod the UK .....EU ,UK Doesn't matter which all politicians the same


Pretty much as I feel, MPs not up to the job.

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The Countdown begins. on 20:21 - Jan 15 with 378 viewslondonlisa2001

The Countdown begins. on 20:14 - Jan 15 by Highjack

As things stand currently that exit date is enshrined in law. It can be extended but just like everything else we need permission off the EU first.


It can be withdrawn without permission. It’s the decision of the UK alone.

Just like everything else.
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The Countdown begins. on 20:04 - Jan 15 by oh_tommy_tommy

No confidence vote in



Bad move by Corbyn


If a general election is called I propose everyone abstains the politicians have ignored the result of the last time the public voted so why bother voting again?
If that did happen how would that sort itself out?
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The Countdown begins. on 20:22 - Jan 15 with 372 viewsHighjack

The Countdown begins. on 20:21 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

It can be withdrawn without permission. It’s the decision of the UK alone.

Just like everything else.


Can it be extended without the EU’s permission?

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The Countdown begins. on 20:27 - Jan 15 with 358 viewslondonlisa2001

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Can it be extended without the EU’s permission?


No. Of course not. We’ve resigned from a club, we can withdraw that resignation without permission. Full sovereignty. As is ever the case.

What we need permission for is a change of leaving date. Funnily enough, that affects them as well, and quite why anyone would think we can bugger them all around without their permission to do so is beyond me. How on earth could they plan?
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The Countdown begins. on 20:27 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

No. Of course not. We’ve resigned from a club, we can withdraw that resignation without permission. Full sovereignty. As is ever the case.

What we need permission for is a change of leaving date. Funnily enough, that affects them as well, and quite why anyone would think we can bugger them all around without their permission to do so is beyond me. How on earth could they plan?


We should be able to, we are British after all.
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The Countdown begins. on 20:35 - Jan 15 with 332 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

The Countdown begins. on 20:11 - Jan 15 by londonlisa2001

Laura K just tweeted the government have the votes.

Corbyn had to do it as otherwise the SNP or LibDems would have tabled it given the government said they’d allow it.

The government decided to get it out of the way and Corbyn lost control of timing.

That gets the ‘we’ll have another general election’ crap out of the way and forces Corbyn to make a decision on a second vote.


“Lost control of timing “


He knew as well as we all did it would be a waste of time

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The Countdown begins. on 20:37 - Jan 15 with 320 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

The Countdown begins. on 20:35 - Jan 15 by oh_tommy_tommy

“Lost control of timing “


He knew as well as we all did it would be a waste of time


Reportedly Jezza under pressure from parts of the Labour party to table the motion for some time.

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