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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK 23:28 - Nov 10 with 948482 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 ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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 22:43 - Mar 21 with 877 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins on 22:36 - Mar 21 by bluey_the_blue

Maybe it would, maybe it wouldn't.

The letter however confirms that for all the talk of May's mishandling of things, EU are hardly bastions of fantastic management. Failed to prepare for no deal, believed everyone would cave in and magically worship what is a really, really bad deal.


Smoke and mirrors. They know the score with May and Parliament but have to be seen to be giving her maximum support. Canโ€™t be seen to be intransigent and giving her an excuse to play the blame game. She likes doing that.

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The Countdown begins on 22:55 - Mar 21 with 859 viewsLuther27

Repeat question on here. If Brecow has told May she can't present her deal before Parliament again without a major potential change to it, why is it everyone keep saying it's going to be voted on next week? Am I missing something here?
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The Countdown begins on 23:15 - Mar 21 with 832 viewsmonmouth

The Countdown begins on 22:55 - Mar 21 by Luther27

Repeat question on here. If Brecow has told May she can't present her deal before Parliament again without a major potential change to it, why is it everyone keep saying it's going to be voted on next week? Am I missing something here?


Theyโ€™ll present the extension โ€˜choiceโ€™ as a significant change and Berky will accept that. He knows he has to let the vote take place now, or all sides will simply blame him for all the shit that would follow.

With him mind, you do never know. Itโ€™s only comparison with the totally unhinged drugged up Maybot and the rest of the swivel eyed Brexit loons that is making him look like a bastion of reasonableness and sanity, and not the dick he undoubtedly is.

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The Countdown begins on 23:46 - Mar 21 with 791 viewsKilkennyjack

The Countdown begins on 23:15 - Mar 21 by monmouth

Theyโ€™ll present the extension โ€˜choiceโ€™ as a significant change and Berky will accept that. He knows he has to let the vote take place now, or all sides will simply blame him for all the shit that would follow.

With him mind, you do never know. Itโ€™s only comparison with the totally unhinged drugged up Maybot and the rest of the swivel eyed Brexit loons that is making him look like a bastion of reasonableness and sanity, and not the dick he undoubtedly is.


Drugged up ...,?

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The Countdown begins on 00:52 - Mar 22 with 773 viewsEbo

The Countdown begins on 21:44 - Mar 21 by exiledclaseboy

โ€œEU official says that when leaders asked May what she was going to do if her deal was voted down, she would only reply that she was following her 'Plan A' of getting it through. It was then they decided 'she didn't have a plan so they needed to come up with one for her'.โ€

Laughing stock.

Latest is that an extension until 22 May is agreed but only if the withdrawal agreement is approved by the commons next week. If not, the extension is only until 12 April, by which time the EU, not unreasonably, expects the UK government to have decided what the f*ck it wants to do next.
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"Taking back control innit"

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
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The Countdown begins on 06:56 - Mar 22 with 728 viewswaynekerr55

The Countdown begins on 00:52 - Mar 22 by Ebo

"Taking back control innit"




What a shameless, embarrassing mess she is.

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The Countdown begins on 08:25 - Mar 22 with 684 viewspikeypaul



1 week to deliver democracy and I am fecking loving it

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The Countdown begins on 08:38 - Mar 22 with 673 viewslonglostjack

The Countdown begins on 08:25 - Mar 22 by pikeypaul



1 week to deliver democracy and I am fecking loving it

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As deluded as May!

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The Countdown begins on 08:52 - Mar 22 with 655 viewsWarwickHunt

The Countdown begins on 08:25 - Mar 22 by pikeypaul



1 week to deliver democracy and I am fecking loving it

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The Countdown begins on 09:04 - Mar 22 with 651 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins on 08:38 - Mar 22 by longlostjack

As deluded as May!




Pikey doesn't strike me as someone capable of coming up with a Plan B
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The Countdown begins on 09:17 - Mar 22 with 638 viewsBatterseajack

The Countdown begins on 22:11 - Mar 21 by exiledclaseboy

Pikeyโ€™s countdown is about to get awfully complicated. Does he count down to 12 April or 22 May? And what if it changes again, which it probably will?

No one is thinking of Paul in all this.


That's if MV3 gets the nod in parliament. I'm not so sure it will anymore.

The headbangers will probably vote against her deal with accidental no deal being their carrot. If we end up with a long extension and no brexit, they get a licence to shout and be angry about the injustice of it all for the rest of their days, which deep down they enjoy doing..

The Remainers have a slightly harder decision to make, If they vote against no deal, the chances of no deal will rise alongside the ideal no brexit. Yes we voted to take no deal off they table, but it will take something far more dramatic than last nights evens to take us into a longer extension, then GE or second vote.
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The Countdown begins on 09:31 - Mar 22 with 629 viewscostalotta

The Countdown begins on 08:25 - Mar 22 by pikeypaul



1 week to deliver democracy and I am fecking loving it

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No your not. Youโ€™re hating the possibility that it now is delayed or might not happen at all or be very watered down. Your devasted ! Worry not, those that let the country down are now letting you down!
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The Countdown begins on 09:45 - Mar 22 with 612 viewsLeonWasGod

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The Countdown begins on 10:09 - Mar 22 with 591 viewsmajorraglan

The Countdown begins on 06:56 - Mar 22 by waynekerr55



What a shameless, embarrassing mess she is.


Truly, truly abject. She had a 90 minute audience with her peers from the EU and couldnโ€™t or wouldnโ€™t answer their questions. I appreciate the below is from the Guardian which is a pro paper, but the Telegraph is reporting a similar tale. Itโ€™s mental, she is determined to push her deal to the very end.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/mar/22/it-was-not-clear-if-she-had-a-p
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The Countdown begins on 10:14 - Mar 22 with 581 viewsJango

The Countdown begins on 09:31 - Mar 22 by costalotta

No your not. Youโ€™re hating the possibility that it now is delayed or might not happen at all or be very watered down. Your devasted ! Worry not, those that let the country down are now letting you down!


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The Countdown begins on 10:24 - Mar 22 with 572 viewsbluey_the_blue

EU want May's deal. EU want to pressure Parliament to accept it.

EU throwing ball back in face of those opposing May's deal, "tell us what you want by 11th April or face long delay" knowing there's no unanimous "other deal" Parliament would agree on - or that EU would agree on. Cooper, Boles et al want X, Y and Z, EU say no.

EU are effectively saying May's deal or no deal.
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The Countdown begins on 10:37 - Mar 22 with 549 viewssherpajacob

The Countdown begins on 10:24 - Mar 22 by bluey_the_blue

EU want May's deal. EU want to pressure Parliament to accept it.

EU throwing ball back in face of those opposing May's deal, "tell us what you want by 11th April or face long delay" knowing there's no unanimous "other deal" Parliament would agree on - or that EU would agree on. Cooper, Boles et al want X, Y and Z, EU say no.

EU are effectively saying May's deal or no deal.


Not at all.

The reason for the extension to April 11th is for parliament to get rid of May after MV3 is defeated.

The EU don't want May's deal above all else. That's the only deal on offer based on her red lines. They would much prefer a deal that involves EFTA, SM and CU. If the red lines move a different deal is available.

Tony Blair nailed it by saying its currently a choice between the painful or the pointless.

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The Countdown begins on 10:44 - Mar 22 with 537 viewsJoe_bradshaw

The Countdown begins on 10:14 - Mar 22 by Jango



She canโ€™t say that the people voted for a no deal Brexit. She does know that Parliament voted against it.

Democracy?

Pick and choose whatever you want.

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The Countdown begins on 10:45 - Mar 22 with 537 viewscostalotta

The Countdown begins on 10:24 - Mar 22 by bluey_the_blue

EU want May's deal. EU want to pressure Parliament to accept it.

EU throwing ball back in face of those opposing May's deal, "tell us what you want by 11th April or face long delay" knowing there's no unanimous "other deal" Parliament would agree on - or that EU would agree on. Cooper, Boles et al want X, Y and Z, EU say no.

EU are effectively saying May's deal or no deal.


Not as their first choice but for them its better than no deal. But, if you look really closely and listen to what is NOT being said! You'll, as an intelligent man draw different conclusions.

EU would rather we stay, whether thats by revoking A50, or a Confirmatory Peoples Vote (which will remain). Other than that, its about protecting the block and mitigating as much as they can for THEM. And, after all...who can blame them.

Chickens are coming home to roost!!
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The Countdown begins on 10:51 - Mar 22 with 522 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

Iโ€™ve been saying for years , Terrible Teresa the communist dictator has now shown her true self .

But give her credit she has united a nation at least .

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The Countdown begins on 10:54 - Mar 22 with 515 viewsAce_Jack

Surely these deadlines will only embolden the Brextreemists? They now know they can hold out for no deal.

If the PM is willing to side with these lunatics I suspect Tory remainers might vote against the government in a motion of no confidence.
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The Countdown begins on 11:02 - Mar 22 with 496 viewsbluey_the_blue

The Countdown begins on 10:45 - Mar 22 by costalotta

Not as their first choice but for them its better than no deal. But, if you look really closely and listen to what is NOT being said! You'll, as an intelligent man draw different conclusions.

EU would rather we stay, whether thats by revoking A50, or a Confirmatory Peoples Vote (which will remain). Other than that, its about protecting the block and mitigating as much as they can for THEM. And, after all...who can blame them.

Chickens are coming home to roost!!


EU know revoking will cause a major sh1tstorm and not just in UK. MEP elections coming up, anti-EU sentiment rising across Europe.

Other bonkers solutions, staying in SM, CU EU know won't get any majority in Parliament. It's May's deal or no deal.
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The Countdown begins on 11:06 - Mar 22 with 489 viewsJoe_bradshaw

The Countdown begins on 10:54 - Mar 22 by Ace_Jack

Surely these deadlines will only embolden the Brextreemists? They now know they can hold out for no deal.

If the PM is willing to side with these lunatics I suspect Tory remainers might vote against the government in a motion of no confidence.


Itโ€™s possible but if parliament is dissolved as a result of a successful vote of no confidence, measures must be taken beforehand to avoid no deal Brexit next Friday which is the default position.

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The Countdown begins on 11:06 - Mar 22 with 489 viewsAce_Jack

The Countdown begins on 11:02 - Mar 22 by bluey_the_blue

EU know revoking will cause a major sh1tstorm and not just in UK. MEP elections coming up, anti-EU sentiment rising across Europe.

Other bonkers solutions, staying in SM, CU EU know won't get any majority in Parliament. It's May's deal or no deal.


Just because you say it doesn't make it so. No deal will never happen as long as parliament continues to vote as it does. We have evidence for that.

So that leaves us with Mays deal which wont pass because she wont compromise. The only way to get it through now will be via the Kyle/Wilson amendment which puts it to a referendum.

If the referendum is in favour of remaining, we revoke article 50 and get on with it. Society shouldn't be held to ransom by political flat earthers who think that no deal is in anyway acceptable.
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The Countdown begins on 11:08 - Mar 22 with 483 viewsAce_Jack

The Countdown begins on 11:06 - Mar 22 by Joe_bradshaw

Itโ€™s possible but if parliament is dissolved as a result of a successful vote of no confidence, measures must be taken beforehand to avoid no deal Brexit next Friday which is the default position.


That simply wouldn't happen. if there's a majority to collapse the government, theres a majority to stop a no deal beforehand.
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