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Supreme court may well overturn this.

May also has the option of calling the art 50 vote now (it would pass). She could also call a GE on the single issue of Brexit - and win a 200+ seat majority.

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Who would have thought it?

Are we going to riot over this when the politicians negotiate the lightest of light Brexits for us - one where the mass immigration and replacement of British people is still fully encouraged?

Or are we going to watch the football, slurp the beer and shrug our shoulders?

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It was always going to result in a march to London with Direct Action taking place, they have no intention of respecting the will of the people here or anywhere if it impacts on the elitists wallets, people will soon get really angry as most have had enough now its fast coming to a point where talking is a waste of time sad but true .  

 

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10 minutes ago, NJT123 said:

one where the mass immigration and replacement of British people is still fully encouraged?

Who's being replaced? This kind of rhetoric lowers the standard of debate for both sides.

We didn't stop the wars or funding the despots that are displacing folk far from far away lands.

British 'democracy' is a cleverly crafted illusion.

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30 minutes ago, papag said:

It was always going to result in a march to London with Direct Action taking place, they have no intention of respecting the will of the people here or anywhere if it impacts on the elitists wallets, people will soon get really angry as most have had enough now its fast coming to a point where talking is a waste of time sad but true .  

 

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10 minutes ago, long time lurking said:

A simple commons vote and it`s a done deal ...it`s simple

Agreed.

All this decision means is that May will have to set out her overall negotiation objectives (not strategy or bargaining chips).

I want to know what "best possible outcome" means so that we can all assess whether May has succeeded or failed and if necessary hold her party to account in the GE.       

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It hasn't been cancelled. It's been ruled, based on the law, that it's up to Parliament to vote for Brexit as Parliament is sovereign. 

Corbyn has said Labour will respect the referendum and won't block Brexit. 

But now comes the arguments on what the meaningless "Brexit means Brexit" actually means before Parliament votes.

I suspect this may take a long time...

 

 

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48 minutes ago, NJT123 said:

 

Who would have thought it?

Are we going to riot over this when the politicians negotiate the lightest of light Brexits for us - one where the mass immigration and replacement of British people is still fully encouraged?

Or are we going to watch the football, slurp the beer and shrug our shoulders?

If you have been listening to the 3 Brexiters, they are all quite happy with mass immigration. Although to be fair they would like the replacement bit to be a more targeted, so as to help them win the race to the bottom .

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36 minutes ago, cashinmattress said:

Who's being replaced? This kind of rhetoric lowers the standard of debate for both sides.

We didn't stop the wars or funding the despots that are displacing folk far from far away lands.

 

Where do you live again? Wherever it is, it must be unaffected by mass immigration of undesirables, are prices cheap among such company?

 

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4 minutes ago, Tempus said:

It hasn't been cancelled. It's been ruled, based on the law, that it's up to Parliament to vote for Brexit as Parliament is sovereign. 

Corbyn has said Labour will respect the referendum and won't block Brexit. 

But now comes the arguments on what the meaningless "Brexit means Brexit" actually means before Parliament votes.

I suspect this may take a long time...

 

 

It was never going to be quick.

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The vote should be just on authorising the Governmemt to trigger A50 when it sees fit and nothing else. No further details, just that, for now.

 

Let's see what MPs vote against it.

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2 minutes ago, Gribble said:

There is no way the interloper bitch and her shekel counting husband is going to change the will of the people

You think the men with the power, money and tanks, the men who live off our taxes, then men who are in their position because of who they are not what they can do...give 2 flying f**ks about you or I ?

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15 minutes ago, Tempus said:

It hasn't been cancelled. It's been ruled, based on the law, that it's up to Parliament to vote for Brexit as Parliament is sovereign. 

Corbyn has said Labour will respect the referendum and won't block Brexit. 

But now comes the arguments on what the meaningless "Brexit means Brexit" actually means before Parliament votes.

I suspect this may take a long time...

 

 

Yeah, right you are.  You still believe in fairys at the end of the garden, dont you ?

 

 

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