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2 hours ago, kzb said:

Surely there is some law or procedure to stop what is going on.

Can they really keep presenting the same vote multiple times, on and on like torture, until MPs give in ?

Is there not some human rights law to stop this?

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2 hours ago, kzb said:

Surely there is some law or procedure to stop what is going on.

Can they really keep presenting the same vote multiple times, on and on like torture, until MPs give in ?

Is there not some human rights law to stop this?

It takes a while for the logic of parliaments current position to sink in.. 

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Nobody, Tory or Labour, is supporting the 2nd referendum amendment, which is fine, because it will likely go to the line and end up with A50 being revoked on 26 or 27 March.

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1 minute ago, Bruce Banner said:

Nobody, Tory or Labour, is supporting the 2nd referendum amendment, which is fine, because it will likely go to the line and end up with A50 being revoked on 26 or 27 March.

Impossible outcome ... both main parties will be whipping against that .. electoral suicide for either party if they do that

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Just now, moneyfornothing said:

Impossible outcome ... both main parties will be whipping against that .. electoral suicide for either party if they do that

It's causing a ruck within Labour because Corbyn had been cornered into saying he was for a 2nd referendum but when push comes to shove he does the Gaelic shrug.

Our political system is a complete shambles.

 

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2 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

It's causing a ruck within Labour because Corbyn had been cornered into saying he was for a 2nd referendum but when push comes to shove he does the Gaelic shrug.

Our political system is a complete shambles.

 

But the people’s vote campaign and best for Britain say now is not the time. So he could be listening to that. Or maybe he sees a chance to find a Norway 2.0 outcome across the house.

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6 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

My gut says the WA is going to pass at the third go.

With DUP and ERG support.

I sincerely hope not, I don't really care if we leave or remain but BRINO  is something that nobody voted for.

Anything with May's name on it is bad news. 

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6 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

I sincerely hope not, I don't really care if we leave or remain but BRINO  is something that nobody voted for.

Anything with May's name on it is bad news. 

Do you consider Norway 1.0/2.0 as BRINO?

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1 minute ago, GrizzlyDave said:

Do you consider Norway 1.0/2.0 as BRINO?

I consider anything other than hard Brexit as BRINO.

We should either leave or remain. Nothing in between, that comes later.

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36 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

It's causing a ruck within Labour because Corbyn had been cornered into saying he was for a 2nd referendum but when push comes to shove he does the Gaelic shrug.

Our political system is a complete shambles.

 

The BBC keep saying Labour supports a second referendum but it misrepresents their position.

Labour have not taken a 2nd ref off the table.  That is all.  It does not mean they support the idea.

Watching the BBC Peoples Vote Channel though, you would think Labour was all for it.

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51 minutes ago, moneyfornothing said:

It takes a while for the logic of parliaments current position to sink in.. 

But surely this is appalling. 

When in modern history have they made them keep voting until they vote the right way?

The usual course of events would be the PM resigning after the size of the first vote defeat, never mind the 2nd and likely the 3rd too.

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2 minutes ago, kzb said:

But surely this is appalling. 

When in modern history have they made them keep voting until they vote the right way?

The usual course of events would be the PM resigning after the size of the first vote defeat, never mind the 2nd and likely the 3rd too.

Half the people in parliament are below average intellect .. when they have weeded out everything they don’t want .. they will realise there is no majority for any option .. in this case the least worst option should win and that would still be mays deal 

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2 minutes ago, moneyfornothing said:

Half the people in parliament are below average intellect .. when they have weeded out everything they don’t want .. they will realise there is no majority for any option .. in this case the least worst option should win and that would still be mays deal 

Politically, perhaps, but not for the country. 

Career politicians vote for their jobs, nothing else matters to them.

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3 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

Politically, perhaps, but not for the country. 

Career politicians vote for their jobs, nothing else matters to them.

It’s baked in .. the end game requires it .. it’s just at what point realisation dawns ..

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23 minutes ago, Bruce Banner said:

I consider anything other than hard Brexit as BRINO.

We should either leave or remain. Nothing in between, that comes later.

You cant care thats its a highly nuanced issue?  The bit later will only come with a withdrawal agreement, where the UK can set the agenda.  Under a HB, it wont..

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11 minutes ago, Dave Beans said:

You cant care thats its a highly nuanced issue?  The bit later will only come with a withdrawal agreement, where the UK can set the agenda.  Under a HB, it wont..

I don't.

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