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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    The extension has already been granted via back channels
    However I think this is a bad move by the EU. They should force the issue now.
    The extension until when, exactly?
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    Given that you refuse to work for Jews, because you believe that they are only out for themselves and that they see gentiles as just there to be used, WGAS what you think.
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    Churchy says that May Day is a Zionist Occupation Government conspiracy.
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    Only it is somewhat suspicious that this unsubstantiated claim has been made against the object of Alt-Right antisemitic conspiracy lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    The extension until when, exactly?
    January 31 2020. If it's asked for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    January 31 2020. If it's asked for.
    So any other date and you'll admit to being full of tulipe?
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    Given that you refuse to work for Jews, because you believe that they are only out for themselves and that they see gentiles as just there to be used, WGAS what you think.
    You do me old chum, obviously

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    Churchy says that May Day is a Zionist Occupation Government conspiracy.
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    Only it is somewhat suspicious that this unsubstantiated claim has been made against the object of Alt-Right antisemitic conspiracy lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    So any other date and you'll admit to being full of tulipe?
    It was reported in the UK press.
    I'm hoping they change their mind and there's no extension.
    As are you presumably.
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    The media are in meltdown following Boris announcing that he will ignore the new 'Benn Bill', which is due to receive Royal Assent today (still not given). It orders Boris to seek an extension with the EU and prevent us leaving on 31st October. Can Boris actually do this? Well, yes he can, and that is why the Government suddenly dropped their opposition to the Benn Bill in the House of Lords last week and let it sail through virtually unopposed. Here is the legal position which gives Boris that right. In December 2016 Parliament voted overwhelmingly to trigger 'Article 50', and set in motion the process of leaving the EU. This is a two year process which means that a member state will leave after two years 'With or without a deal, providing that no extension has been asked for and agreed'. The Article 50 process was then formally triggered on 29th March 2017. Well as we know, two extensions were subsequently asked for and agreed, and the current one is due to expire at the end of October 2019. Article 50 rules, which are subject to full E.U law, state 'That the decision on whether or not to request any extension rests with solely with the Executive' (i.e the Prime Minister in our case). Our own Parliament rushed through the Benn Bill compelling Boris to ask for another extension, but as we are still a full member of the E.U, then 'Article 50' rules legally supersede any acts or laws passed unilaterally in the U.K Parliament which seek to amend this. Parliament did NOT also seek to rescind 'Article 50', which they now cannot do without the express permission of ALL other EU member states. The current new act, which is due to become law on Monday, is overridden by E.U Article 50 law, and is therefore effectively worthless. And so the Prime Minister can just ignore it as the E.U law takes precedence in this matter, and therefore the decision of whether or not to ask for any further extension is his and his alone, and no act of the British Parliament can change or amend that. Once Parliament has been 'Prorogued' from today, no action can be taken for 5 weeks. Fact. Once Parliament returns, Boris has the option to instigate a 'Vote of No Confidence' (in himself and / or his Government). Parliament rules state no action can be taken for 14 days from the VNC date. Fact. At that date (28th October 2019) there is insufficient time to change process that has occured, and we will automatically leave the EU with a NO DEAL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    The media are in meltdown following Boris announcing that he will ignore the new 'Benn Bill', which is due to receive Royal Assent today (still not given). It orders Boris to seek an extension with the EU and prevent us leaving on 31st October. Can Boris actually do this? Well, yes he can, and that is why the Government suddenly dropped their opposition to the Benn Bill in the House of Lords last week and let it sail through virtually unopposed. Here is the legal position which gives Boris that right. In December 2016 Parliament voted overwhelmingly to trigger 'Article 50', and set in motion the process of leaving the EU. This is a two year process which means that a member state will leave after two years 'With or without a deal, providing that no extension has been asked for and agreed'. The Article 50 process was then formally triggered on 29th March 2017. Well as we know, two extensions were subsequently asked for and agreed, and the current one is due to expire at the end of October 2019. Article 50 rules, which are subject to full E.U law, state 'That the decision on whether or not to request any extension rests with solely with the Executive' (i.e the Prime Minister in our case). Our own Parliament rushed through the Benn Bill compelling Boris to ask for another extension, but as we are still a full member of the E.U, then 'Article 50' rules legally supersede any acts or laws passed unilaterally in the U.K Parliament which seek to amend this. Parliament did NOT also seek to rescind 'Article 50', which they now cannot do without the express permission of ALL other EU member states. The current new act, which is due to become law on Monday, is overridden by E.U Article 50 law, and is therefore effectively worthless. And so the Prime Minister can just ignore it as the E.U law takes precedence in this matter, and therefore the decision of whether or not to ask for any further extension is his and his alone, and no act of the British Parliament can change or amend that. Once Parliament has been 'Prorogued' from today, no action can be taken for 5 weeks. Fact. Once Parliament returns, Boris has the option to instigate a 'Vote of No Confidence' (in himself and / or his Government). Parliament rules state no action can be taken for 14 days from the VNC date. Fact. At that date (28th October 2019) there is insufficient time to change process that has occured, and we will automatically leave the EU with a NO DEAL.
    It's normal to attribute quotations.
    Of course nobody on here believes this is your own work since you're thick as mince.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    It's normal to attribute quotations.
    Not questioning the facts I see. No change there then.

    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Of course nobody on here believes this is your own work
    Like I could give a tulip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    It's normal to attribute quotations.
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