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Lidington insists cabinet united despite some voting against Brexit delay

David Lidington has insisted Theresa May’s cabinet will continue to work together “very constructively”, despite eight senior ministers, including the Brexit secretary, voting against an extension to article 50.

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https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-will-agree-to-extra-time-if-there-is-a-second-brexit-referendum-z6td8nvd7

The European Union is poised to tell Theresa May that she must hold a second referendum or soften Brexit in return for them granting a lengthy delay to Britain’s departure date.

The Times understands that the prime minister has been told by senior EU officials and other European leaders that conditions for an extension to the Article 50 exit process would include the option of a second vote on EU membership.

Mrs May is expected to ask a summit of EU leaders next week for a delay to Brexit. Unless the House of Commons has ratified the withdrawal agreement by then momentum is growing across the EU for a lengthy postponement to give Britain a “long reflection period”.

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1 minute ago, GrizzlyDave said:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-will-agree-to-extra-time-if-there-is-a-second-brexit-referendum-z6td8nvd7

The European Union is poised to tell Theresa May that she must hold a second referendum or soften Brexit in return for them granting a lengthy delay to Britain’s departure date.

The Times understands that the prime minister has been told by senior EU officials and other European leaders that conditions for an extension to the Article 50 exit process would include the option of a second vote on EU membership.

Mrs May is expected to ask a summit of EU leaders next week for a delay to Brexit. Unless the House of Commons has ratified the withdrawal agreement by then momentum is growing across the EU for a lengthy postponement to give Britain a “long reflection period”.

How close was the no deal vote?

Maybe best to run that one again.

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2 hours ago, copydude said:

I can't believe that would happen. Then again, I wouldn't have believed it would come around a third time.

That Lord Heseltine was on the box last night. He said it bringing it again, plus threats, was 'contemptible'.

But that's not all. Some other Spad typer on Sky said that if Mrs May could not get it through the house she should really go to the public. I nit you shot.

So, it may just come around a 4th time . . . 

Everyone seems quite nonchalant about us paying £50 to £60 billion a year to bankers/bondholders to fund the interest on our national debt.

Yet Northern Ireland - the most deprived part of the UK - getting an extra £1 billion causes outrage. None of the money goes to DUP coffers - of the last £1bn - £400 million was spent on infrastructure, £150  million on rolling out superfast broadband, £200 million was allocated to the NHS in Ulster with the balance to address deprivation and to tackle mental health.

Of course some people would be happy to carry on paying £10 billion plus a year towards funding infrastructure and health care in Slovakia, Greece, Poland and Bulgaria - than in the UK! 

Perhaps its just a shame our GB politicians aren't as good as Arlene Foster at negotiating good deals! 

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36 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

 

 

If NATO is the European Army why does the EU also want one?

 

 

35 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

 


 Ask your Russian handler this.

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2 minutes ago, Itssimple said:

Plus the Tories who abstained.

The vote was a lot closer than Mays deal.

 

The majority of Tory MPs  (190) voted against the article 50 extension - including of course the Brexit secretary who closed the debate and commended the Government's motion to the House!  Only 113 backed Mrs May and the extension. The Chief Whip - who is supposed to cajole MPs into backing the Government's plans - abstained.

So most Tory MPs are opposed to an article 50 extension - and May only got it through on Labour votes.

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24 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-will-agree-to-extra-time-if-there-is-a-second-brexit-referendum-z6td8nvd7

The European Union is poised to tell Theresa May that she must hold a second referendum or soften Brexit in return for them granting a lengthy delay to Britain’s departure date.

The Times understands that the prime minister has been told by senior EU officials and other European leaders that conditions for an extension to the Article 50 exit process would include the option of a second vote on EU membership.

Mrs May is expected to ask a summit of EU leaders next week for a delay to Brexit. Unless the House of Commons has ratified the withdrawal agreement by then momentum is growing across the EU for a lengthy postponement to give Britain a “long reflection period”.

 

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3 hours ago, GrizzlyDave said:

Yes it does. You’re talking ****.

It works for Norway, and Switzerland.

Iceland seem happy having cancelled their application to join the EUSSR.

Norway and Switzerland both have variations of rule taking deals with the EU.

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19 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

Why does The EU need a ‘real true’ army?

You have no answer.

Pathetic.

Why to invade the UK of course

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1 hour ago, yelims said:

Eurocrat suspected of asking foreign leaders to overrule the sovereignty of Westminster

 

https://newsthump.com/2019/03/14/eurocrat-nigel-farage-suspected-of-asking-foreign-leaders-to-overrule-the-sovereignty-of-westminster/

 

"UK Spoof News and Satire" it says on the top left of the webpage you linked. Not sure what are you trying to say with this?

As far as that subject. Here's a video discussing it (with a Remainer implying racism as usual)...

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1100726/Brexit-news-update-Nigel-Farage-Tony-Blair-Theresa-May-Suzanne-Evans-Ukip

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1 hour ago, GrizzlyDave said:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-will-agree-to-extra-time-if-there-is-a-second-brexit-referendum-z6td8nvd7

The European Union is poised to tell Theresa May that she must hold a second referendum or soften Brexit in return for them granting a lengthy delay to Britain’s departure date.

The Times understands that the prime minister has been told by senior EU officials and other European leaders that conditions for an extension to the Article 50 exit process would include the option of a second vote on EU membership.

Mrs May is expected to ask a summit of EU leaders next week for a delay to Brexit. Unless the House of Commons has ratified the withdrawal agreement by then momentum is growing across the EU for a lengthy postponement to give Britain a “long reflection period”.

I can imagine that going down like a lead balloon. It is clear any extension would be used to strengthen the EU's position, rather than help to make the split more amicable.

It's time to just leave with what dignity we have left, then start rebuilding again on a fresh footing... preferable starting with a general election to wash this rotten lot out.

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7 minutes ago, Arpeggio said:

"UK Spoof News and Satire" it says on the top left of the webpage you linked. Not sure what are you trying to say with this?

As far as that subject. Here's a video discussing it (with a Remainer implying racism as usual)...

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1100726/Brexit-news-update-Nigel-Farage-Tony-Blair-Theresa-May-Suzanne-Evans-Ukip

Yep yet it points out the obvious hypocrisy inherent to brexiters

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18 minutes ago, rollover said:

PROD-Dads-Army-Captain-Mainwaring-400-st

 

11 minutes ago, yelims said:

Why to invade the UK of course

 

Trying to make light of it doesn’t make this inconvenient truth go away?

Why does the EU need an Army?

Why does the EU need an Aircraft Carrier?

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5 minutes ago, GrizzlyDave said:

 

 

Trying to make light of it doesn’t make this inconvenient truth go away?

Why does the EU need an Army?

Why does the EU need an Aircraft Carrier?

Why are you so scared of countries working together? THAT is the question. 

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23 minutes ago, yelims said:

Yep yet it points out the obvious hypocrisy inherent to brexiters 

I see. A political angle as Spoof News and Satire, so basically by its own nature they can exaggerate the facts. This Remainer uses the medium of going naked, narrated by a Romanian (who I tend to agree with)...

I look forward to "Remainer - The Musical".

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25 minutes ago, Traktion said:

I can imagine that going down like a lead balloon. It is clear any extension would be used to strengthen the EU's position, rather than help to make the split more amicable.

It's time to just leave with what dignity we have left, then start rebuilding again on a fresh footing... preferable starting with a general election to wash this rotten lot out.

It turns out that story is rubbish.  This is the EU's draft decision on an extension:

 

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50 minutes ago, thecrashingisles said:

Norway and Switzerland both have variations of rule taking deals with the EU.

So does the EU

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2 hours ago, GrizzlyDave said:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eu-will-agree-to-extra-time-if-there-is-a-second-brexit-referendum-z6td8nvd7

The European Union is poised to tell Theresa May that she must hold a second referendum or soften Brexit in return for them granting a lengthy delay to Britain’s departure date.

EU: "It places the lotion in the Basket"

"PUT THE F***ING LOTION IN THE BASKET!!!"

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16 minutes ago, Arpeggio said:

EU: "It places the lotion in the Basket"

"PUT THE F***ING LOTION IN THE BASKET!!!"

You cannot blame the EU. They are as exasperated as anyone. Especially when they have been so clear and consistent from the start. What version of leave do you want? It is utterly, utterly pathetic that anyone still blames the Eu. 

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