Brexit

What's next?

Theresa May's Deal
8
18%
No deal
12
27%
People's vote
22
49%
Something else (pls specify)
3
7%
 
Total votes: 45
thegeek
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So who's stockpiling food?
Philip
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I’ve always been heavily against Brexit, so I’m biased, but do others not agree that this government has handled the whole process terribly? My confidence in them to manage it well has gradually eroded to nil.
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barcode
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Philip wrote:
Wed 20 Mar, 2019 20.48
I’ve always been heavily against Brexit, so I’m biased, but do others not agree that this government has handled the whole process terribly? My confidence in them to manage it well has gradually eroded to nil.

YES,
james2001
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We've now reached the point where Theresa May is effectively insulting the very people she needs to get her deal over the line. No trying to find a consensus, no trying to compromise, just trying to blame everyone but her for the mess we're in while stubbornly carrying on. There's no way any wavering MPs will vote for it now (if Bercow even lets her bring it back).

She's coming across as severely unhinged, I'm sure most people on either side of the debate can see that now.
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Neil
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james2001 wrote:
Wed 20 Mar, 2019 21.19
We've now reached the point where Theresa May is effectively insulting the very people she needs to get her deal over the line. No trying to find a consensus, no trying to compromise, just trying to blame everyone but her for the mess we're in while stubbornly carrying on. There's no way any wavering MPs will vote for it now (if Bercow even lets her bring it back).

She's coming across as severely unhinged, I'm sure most people on either side of the debate can see that now.
I do wonder if she's close to having some sort of breakdown. Her behaviour and attitude has always been very inflexible, but now she seems to be heading over a precipice (and taking us all with her).
james2001
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Close to? The way she's acting suggests she's well past that point.
barcode
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Could the Queen demand a new election? New Ref? etc?
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WillPS
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barcode wrote:
Thu 21 Mar, 2019 21.46
Could the Queen demand a new election? New Ref? etc?
On the contrary, I would hope until an extension or retraction of A.50 is agreed the Queen declines to dissolve Parliament even if requested.
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barcode
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That will NEVER happened ( retraction of A.50 ) unless another Ref took place, and I would be careful what you wish for. Because if this did not happy, all hell would break loose.
james2001
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Yes, I'm sure all hell would break loose if article 50 was revoked. Look at the massive angry crowds that turned up for Farage's march.
barcode
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Then your a very foolish person.. and most leave people don't care for that march.
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