Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by ReadingRed, Jan 15, 2019.
Sorry for asking.
What happens if May loses tonight's vote?
She'll probably change the rules till she get's what SHE want's!
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We should be so lucky!
Gets drybummed in a cupboard.
Can’t say I’m bothered
A number of things could happen:
Moist likely outcome seems to be that it'll be rejected and will be renegotiated.
Christ knows what will happen come 29 March though. Don't think even He can help us as it stands.
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We'll sign Brad Potts on loan for the rest of the season.
She'll lose but will go back to Brussels for some more of those 'reassurances' and keep bringing it back to the house until she scrapes through. Jeremy will table a motion of no confidence in the Govt but doesn't have the numbers so will lose that and lose huge numbers of his young support for fence-sitting throughout this whole ridiculous charade.
May's made 2 big mistakes; first calling that general election in the belief she'd bolster the Tory majority and get any EU bill through without trouble. She didnt, and the ensuing shitshow with the DUP should have been the writing on the wall. Secondly, the negotiation process should have involved all political parties, business leaders, financial experts etc, to reach a balanced, fair deal with which to proceed. Unfortunately, she chose to go alone - Keir Starmer said he had not had a single call or direct communication from May or any of her succession of hapless, hopeless Brexit ministers.
If I die in the next 20 years, Brexit will still survive me.
They will go back to the negotiating table
A deal will most likely be struck in one form or another at the back end of March I would have thought.
May on Parliament channel now. Looking a broken woman.
I've no sympathy for her or her lot
Looks no different to me. If she didn’t get one single vote she’d carry on. You’ll have to use a crowbar to get her out
it really shouldn't have been this way.
Watched Politics live this morning. One of the guests said that there are a lot of MP's
in the House of Commons hell bent on trying to make sure that Brexit doesn't happen
because THEY personally think the people got the decision wrong in the referendum.!
Some Tory MP's don't want to appear disloyal so instead of going through the division lobby
their Whips are telling them to leave the building and go for a walk round instead of casting their
vote. Early indications are that tonight's vote could be lost by as many as 130 votes.
Nobody can predict what might happen next, if that situation comes to pass unfortunately.
As Martin Clunes said, this *****storm of a Government have a lot to answer for.
The sooner they are removed from office can't come too soon for me, but sadly I can't see
the Home Counties and Southern constituents voting for any other party, so we might be
stuck with them.!
Just watching the mps voting. A bit of a complicated system.
Surely they could use something like the clapometer which was a very successful piece of equipment on new faces.
Corbin gets his general election, looses again and still wont quit as leader. Probably be Thatchers fault.....
Unfortunately BT, I don't think there will be the required number of votes cast
to force a General Election. It's clear that a faction of Tory MP's and the DUP don't
like Mays deal and the implications of the Irish backstop, but sure as hell they
are not going to vote along with Labour to effectively hand the keys to No 10 over to JC.
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