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    Breaking News - Amendment I just passed. No deal can no longer be passed by parliament.
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    It’s advisory and not-legally binding



    Rejecting no-deal is same as cancelling Brexit, which they won’t do

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    It’s advisory and not-legally binding



    Rejecting no-deal is same as cancelling Brexit, which they won’t do
    This.

    They’ve rejected any amendments that could have forced the Government to act, and passed a nothing amendment that’s advisory.

    They’re like a dying man that’s rejected all advice from doctors but signs a note at the end saying he doesn’t want to die. Pointless.

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    Brady amendment passes. House votes for unicorns again.

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    It’s all EUs fault for not willing to change already agreed agreement.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    It’s all EUs fault for not willing to change already agreed agreement.

    ...the agreement agreed by May back in Dec 2017. And agreed by the Cabinet then. And then agreed in writing a couple of months later.

    And then extended at the UKs request so that the backstop included the whole of the U.K. and not just NI.

    And then reviewed and signed off by May, Davis, Raab, etc.

    And then tonight whipped to oppose the very same agreement that they had agreed.

    Regardless of how this plays out with the EU, the rest of the world is watching this and wondering how the U.K. will ever agree any FTAs and not renege on them.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    ...the agreement agreed by May back in Dec 2017. And agreed by the Cabinet then. And then agreed in writing a couple of months later.

    And then extended at the UKs request so that the backstop included the whole of the U.K. and not just NI.

    And then reviewed and signed off by May, Davis, Raab, etc.

    And then tonight whipped to oppose the very same agreement that they had agreed.

    Regardless of how this plays out with the EU, the rest of the world is watching this and wondering how the U.K. will ever agree any FTAs and not renege on them.....
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    European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018

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