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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK 23:28 - Nov 10 with 836004 viewspikeypaul



And like a typical anti democracy remoaner he decided the will of the people should be ignored the minute the democratic result was in total fecking hypocrite 😂😂😂😂😂😂

Despite it being voted in to law by the commons the spineless two faced remoaner MPs have totally abandoned any morals and decided to ignore the will of the British people.

It will be remembered and no election or referendum will ever be the same again in this country.

The one thing that will come is a massive surge in the popularity of UKIP or a similar party in the future who stand for the 52%.

Happy Days.

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The Countdown begins on 21:03 - Mar 20 with 778 viewssherpajacob

The Countdown begins on 20:51 - Mar 20 by Kilkennyjack

I agree.

The Nazi party used ‘Voice of the People’, and used ‘traitor’ to address any dissent.

Brexit is effectively a right wing coup by the likes of the ERG.

Fascism - Cymru needs out of this unequal union.

And the Magic Grandad is enabling, the total fecking idiot.


Scottish independence and a United Ireland are a lot closer than they were 24 hours ago.

Poll: Your favourite ever Swans shirt sponsor?

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The Countdown begins on 21:19 - Mar 20 with 735 viewssherpajacob

If you haven't seen May's statement, here's a short clip.


Poll: Your favourite ever Swans shirt sponsor?

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The Countdown begins on 21:20 - Mar 20 with 733 viewsLuther27

The Countdown begins on 20:51 - Mar 20 by Kilkennyjack

I agree.

The Nazi party used ‘Voice of the People’, and used ‘traitor’ to address any dissent.

Brexit is effectively a right wing coup by the likes of the ERG.

Fascism - Cymru needs out of this unequal union.

And the Magic Grandad is enabling, the total fecking idiot.


If it was a right wing coup we would be out without a deal not where we are right now.
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The Countdown begins on 21:21 - Mar 20 with 730 viewsrockinjk

The Countdown begins on 21:20 - Mar 20 by Luther27

If it was a right wing coup we would be out without a deal not where we are right now.


That’s still possible, in fact it’s very possible
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The Countdown begins on 21:25 - Mar 20 with 713 viewsFlashberryjack

The Countdown begins on 21:21 - Mar 20 by rockinjk

That’s still possible, in fact it’s very possible


Leaving with no deal is not going to happen.
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The Countdown begins on 21:30 - Mar 20 with 695 viewsexiledclaseboy

If it looked like she was prepared to take us out without a deal, Labour should table another no confidence motion. In those circumstances I think there’dbe enough sensible Tories prepared to vote with Labour to bring May and her government (such as it is now) down.

Poll: Tory leader

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The Countdown begins on 21:30 - Mar 20 with 692 viewsmajorraglan

I have a question and was wondering if any of the knowledgeable PS posters may now the answer.
If May’s deal is rejected next week, given that the only way the EU will give an extension is if her vote is passed where does this leave us? No extension and May’s deal binned, does that equate to a No Deal Brexit or is there another option? Apart from withdrawing Article 50?
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The Countdown begins on 21:32 - Mar 20 with 683 viewsLuther27

The Countdown begins on 21:25 - Mar 20 by Flashberryjack

Leaving with no deal is not going to happen.


So..as of now it appears the choices are Mays deal or no deal. Given the terms outlined by the EU for an extension of A50 it seems a second referendum is off the cards....or am I mistaken?
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The Countdown begins on 21:36 - Mar 20 with 679 viewsexiledclaseboy

The Countdown begins on 21:30 - Mar 20 by majorraglan

I have a question and was wondering if any of the knowledgeable PS posters may now the answer.
If May’s deal is rejected next week, given that the only way the EU will give an extension is if her vote is passed where does this leave us? No extension and May’s deal binned, does that equate to a No Deal Brexit or is there another option? Apart from withdrawing Article 50?


I think the EU is playing brinkmanship. They won’t veto an extension if it comes to it regardless of whether May’s deal passes. If it doesn’t pass, May is finished and parliament has already voted to ask for a longer extension, which the EU will agree to. May is now ignoring that instruction from parliament that she herself proposed and voted for (again) in another attempt to coerce parliament into accepting her deal. It’ll probably work.

If it doesn’t who knows. Everything is again possible now because May continues to plough her own way without recourse to the expressed will of parliament or anything else. The default if a deal isn’t ratified is still leaving next Friday without a deal. At some point that law will have to be changed.
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Poll: Tory leader

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The Countdown begins on 21:44 - Mar 20 with 653 viewsmajorraglan

The Countdown begins on 21:36 - Mar 20 by exiledclaseboy

I think the EU is playing brinkmanship. They won’t veto an extension if it comes to it regardless of whether May’s deal passes. If it doesn’t pass, May is finished and parliament has already voted to ask for a longer extension, which the EU will agree to. May is now ignoring that instruction from parliament that she herself proposed and voted for (again) in another attempt to coerce parliament into accepting her deal. It’ll probably work.

If it doesn’t who knows. Everything is again possible now because May continues to plough her own way without recourse to the expressed will of parliament or anything else. The default if a deal isn’t ratified is still leaving next Friday without a deal. At some point that law will have to be changed.
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Thank you.
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The Countdown begins on 21:46 - Mar 20 with 648 viewslondonlisa2001

The Countdown begins on 21:36 - Mar 20 by exiledclaseboy

I think the EU is playing brinkmanship. They won’t veto an extension if it comes to it regardless of whether May’s deal passes. If it doesn’t pass, May is finished and parliament has already voted to ask for a longer extension, which the EU will agree to. May is now ignoring that instruction from parliament that she herself proposed and voted for (again) in another attempt to coerce parliament into accepting her deal. It’ll probably work.

If it doesn’t who knows. Everything is again possible now because May continues to plough her own way without recourse to the expressed will of parliament or anything else. The default if a deal isn’t ratified is still leaving next Friday without a deal. At some point that law will have to be changed.
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Monday is the last day it can be changed in theory, although not sure how that will work given current events.

I think it may come to a head before the weekend. Possibly by some of her colleagues informing her they’ll vote against the government in a vote of no confidence, unless she stops being such an utterly contemptible, horrific, dictatorial git who will secure her place in history as the PM that destroys her own party through her warped ambition.
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The Countdown begins on 21:47 - Mar 20 with 647 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins on 21:36 - Mar 20 by exiledclaseboy

I think the EU is playing brinkmanship. They won’t veto an extension if it comes to it regardless of whether May’s deal passes. If it doesn’t pass, May is finished and parliament has already voted to ask for a longer extension, which the EU will agree to. May is now ignoring that instruction from parliament that she herself proposed and voted for (again) in another attempt to coerce parliament into accepting her deal. It’ll probably work.

If it doesn’t who knows. Everything is again possible now because May continues to plough her own way without recourse to the expressed will of parliament or anything else. The default if a deal isn’t ratified is still leaving next Friday without a deal. At some point that law will have to be changed.
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I agree. But I don’t think May’s deal will pass. Brextreemists will be drooling at the prospect of a no deal exit. May resigning, if she were to lose,would be a substantial change in circumstances and an extension would be granted by the EU at the last minute.
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Poll: Who is responsible for the Brexit fiasco?

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The Countdown begins on 21:49 - Mar 20 with 641 viewsEbo

From the Financial Times.

Shit just got real. Project reality.


Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
Poll: What couldn't you live without?

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The Countdown begins on 21:51 - Mar 20 with 640 viewssherpajacob

The Countdown begins on 21:30 - Mar 20 by majorraglan

I have a question and was wondering if any of the knowledgeable PS posters may now the answer.
If May’s deal is rejected next week, given that the only way the EU will give an extension is if her vote is passed where does this leave us? No extension and May’s deal binned, does that equate to a No Deal Brexit or is there another option? Apart from withdrawing Article 50?


The EU will only give a short extension if her deal is passed., based on her letter.

If the UK asks for a longer extension i think the EU would grant it on the basis of allowing the UK to sober up and come to its senses.

I think if May is still PM next Friday we leave without a deal.

Time for the Tory party to decide between party and country. I'm not confident they'll get it right.

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The Countdown begins on 22:00 - Mar 20 with 619 viewsLuther27

One question. How can May put forward her deal again when The Speaker has told her she can't.....without a MAJOR change to the deal, which I'm assuming would have to be negotiated with the EU, and agreed by the the 27 nations before the end of the month?
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The Countdown begins on 22:01 - Mar 20 with 619 viewsexiledclaseboy

The Countdown begins on 21:46 - Mar 20 by londonlisa2001

Monday is the last day it can be changed in theory, although not sure how that will work given current events.

I think it may come to a head before the weekend. Possibly by some of her colleagues informing her they’ll vote against the government in a vote of no confidence, unless she stops being such an utterly contemptible, horrific, dictatorial git who will secure her place in history as the PM that destroys her own party through her warped ambition.


Seems her “it’s all those MPs’ fault” schtick may have backfired and hardened opposition to her deal, even among those who switched to vote for it second time around. Who’d have thunk it.

Poll: Tory leader

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The Countdown begins on 22:03 - Mar 20 with 611 viewsrockinjk

The Countdown begins on 22:01 - Mar 20 by exiledclaseboy

Seems her “it’s all those MPs’ fault” schtick may have backfired and hardened opposition to her deal, even among those who switched to vote for it second time around. Who’d have thunk it.


Examples?
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The Countdown begins on 22:06 - Mar 20 with 610 viewsexiledclaseboy

The Countdown begins on 22:00 - Mar 20 by Luther27

One question. How can May put forward her deal again when The Speaker has told her she can't.....without a MAJOR change to the deal, which I'm assuming would have to be negotiated with the EU, and agreed by the the 27 nations before the end of the month?


I’m assuming the thought process is that the situation has changed due to the EU’s position that they’ll only grant an extension if the deal is passed. I’d be surprised if that wasn’t discussed and agreed between May and Tusk in advance of today given Bercow’s intervention the other day.

Poll: Tory leader

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The Countdown begins on 22:06 - Mar 20 with 606 viewsexiledclaseboy

The Countdown begins on 22:03 - Mar 20 by rockinjk

Examples?


Just following various live blogs on a number of news sites.

Poll: Tory leader

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The Countdown begins on 22:10 - Mar 20 with 597 viewsLuther27

The Countdown begins on 22:06 - Mar 20 by exiledclaseboy

I’m assuming the thought process is that the situation has changed due to the EU’s position that they’ll only grant an extension if the deal is passed. I’d be surprised if that wasn’t discussed and agreed between May and Tusk in advance of today given Bercow’s intervention the other day.


Thanks for that. I wonder what tomorrow will bring.
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The Countdown begins on 22:12 - Mar 20 with 594 viewsrockinjk

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584
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The Countdown begins on 22:26 - Mar 20 with 558 viewsGowerjack


Plastic since 1974
Poll: Is ECB for tyranny?

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The Countdown begins on 23:05 - Mar 20 with 510 viewsGowerjack

The Countdown begins on 21:49 - Mar 20 by Ebo

From the Financial Times.

Shit just got real. Project reality.



I'll just leave this here...

"It's such a large number it's hard to get your head around it, so sometimes trillion just means “wow, a lot.” A trillion is bigger than a million, more than a billion, it's 1,000,000,000,000.."

Plastic since 1974
Poll: Is ECB for tyranny?

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The Countdown begins on 23:08 - Mar 20 with 506 viewsmajorraglan

The Countdown begins on 23:05 - Mar 20 by Gowerjack

I'll just leave this here...

"It's such a large number it's hard to get your head around it, so sometimes trillion just means “wow, a lot.” A trillion is bigger than a million, more than a billion, it's 1,000,000,000,000.."


It’s a frightening amount of money, and will probably have a massive impact on our country. It’s a mess.
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The Countdown begins on 01:12 - Mar 21 with 462 viewsEbo

The Countdown begins on 22:12 - Mar 20 by rockinjk

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584


Nearly half a million signed in just under one day!

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
Poll: What couldn't you live without?

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