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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Nugent, 13 Mar 2019.
Just a thought, what happens in this scenario?
1. Vote decides we don’t leave without a deal.
2. Tomorrow they vote NOT to extend article 50, which leaves zero time to get a new deal in which case we leave without a deal which contradicts #1
3. They DO vote to extend and the EU tell us to fuck off.
You sound scared
Number 4 is what most of them have been working towards since day one is to get article 50 revoked or number 5 second referendum either way everything points toward staying in the eu and destroying democracy as we know it.
Rejected under any circumstance
Well said that man
What an absolute cunt
I must admit I'm a bit bored of witnessing what a shower of shit our politicians are, so haven't followed the full detail of this, but as far as I can make out: -
Yesterday: they voted not to accept what is presumably the most advantageous deal put forward to date.
Today: they voted to rule out a no-deal brexit
And somehow, with no-deal off the table, they expect to be able to negotiate more favourable terms from the EU? Surely with no-deal ruled out, we are more over the barrel than we ever were.
It's all a bit of a clusterfuck.
Looks like a few ministers voting against Government, and as well as losing her voice, she's lost a few ministers tonight. Very careless.
I take your point and I’d even support it had the whole first referendum had been conducted legally, without external influence and made with the full knowledge of the impact.
Now MP's will vote on whether or not to vote on a vote, to see if there will be a final vote on voting for or against a vote to table a motion to vote for a last minute vote to vote on a vote or not.
They voted against the shitty deal months ago but dick head keeps trying to come back with it time after time
Democracy at its finest
Well this vote delaying brexit till 22nd may has just lost. By loads.
No deal is not legally binding, so it is still a possibility. It's morally binding on the government, but with no deal taken off the table , it now gives the EU the upper hand cos they know we now need a deal.
@TDA wouldn’t put up with this shit on guess the attendance
“Tory government” and “moral” in the same sentence. We’re through the looking glass here
312 - 308 is hardly an overwhelming rejection of no deal. This may have some mileage yet.
I see what you're saying. Thanks to the tories complete ineptitude the EU have us by the short and curlies.