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# 1546 : Saturday 30-3-2019 @ 19:31
 
 
Someone said :
Nearly 12 hours after 11.00 pm on 29 March and the UK hasn't left yet. We Irish should have warned the EU that the British always take too long to leave.

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# 1547 : Saturday 30-3-2019 @ 20:06
 
 
They must be feeling like, the unwelcome relative at a party
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# 1548 : Saturday 30-3-2019 @ 23:22
 
 
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# 1549 : Monday 1-4-2019 @ 19:49
 
 
Those Tories advocating hardest for hard brexit are the silver spoon ones who will be least affected by it ...strange that

They are all set to make money from brexit and even more from hard brexit.
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# 1550 : Monday 1-4-2019 @ 20:00
 
 
I bet it will be Norway, they'll be stuck in efts for 5-9 years a nice legal contract they wont be able to get out of.
The Tory and Labour party will implode, UKIP will have a moment, Scotland will go for it anyway, they'll have coalitions of 3 and 4 & t parties . They'll have a Tory fringe still pushing for hard brexit but they'll have to push NI out to achieve that .
All's changed in the UK
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# 1551 : Tuesday 2-4-2019 @ 18:26
 
 
So may is going to agree a compromise with Corbyn ?

It's efta /eea which would get snp support.

Officially Corbyn is not for free movement and he wants to cherry pick the single market which won't fly, they have voted Norway ( efta / eea) ...
Maybe may will accept the damage to the conservative party this will cause knowing it will also damage Labour?
Let's hope they get it organised fast .
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# 1552 : Tuesday 2-4-2019 @ 19:32
 
 
No she is just trying to spread some of the blame to Corbyn when they crash out / go for long extension.
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# 1553 : Tuesday 2-4-2019 @ 20:45
 
 
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No she is just trying to spread some of the blame to Corbyn when they crash out / go for long extension.

Panic the ERG into accepting her vote.
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# 1554 : Tuesday 2-4-2019 @ 22:02
 
 
They should make a soap opera out of it, Eastenders/Emmerdale/Cornmarket st. and Brexit. Who'd play May though?
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# 1555 : Wednesday 3-4-2019 @ 23:30
 
 
313 to 312 for an extension, the ayes have it.
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# 1556 : Thursday 4-4-2019 @ 00:05
 
 
They won't get an extension unless they pass the withdrawal and if they pass the withdrawal they anyway go into the 2 year transition ..
They will have until 22nd may to pass the necessary legislation .

The dup now say yes to customs agreement so they are going Labour,
A customs union alone isn't enough to replace the backstop .
Labour will ask for the future declaration to be rewritten and given some legal status, possibly protocol at EU level or domestic legislation.
That will cause a cat and dog fight. If you thought it was bad so far it's going to be hysterical brexiters.
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# 1557 : Wednesday 10-4-2019 @ 12:16
 
 
Another year
Where they have to pay and have no say ..
They'll have no commissioner and they won't be allowed to attend any decision making meetings of the EU 27 .
And still the UK gov has no plan.
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# 1558 : Wednesday 10-4-2019 @ 23:54
 
 
From april fools to halloween the new brexit day
Will they leave by then ? I doubt it after all ...theyre british
British = never managing to get the job done
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# 1559 : Thursday 11-4-2019 @ 10:06
 
 
Article 7 can be used to suspend a member states representation and voting rights just in case uk think they can disrupt the EU .
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# 1560 : Thursday 11-4-2019 @ 16:30
 
 
Someone said :
Article 7 can be used to suspend a member states representation and voting rights just in case uk think they can disrupt the EU .

I thought, you'd found yourself a Black Hole and vanished?
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