World Brexit: "Technical terms" agreed - Chequers minus, as feared, or Brexit in name only.

Ponderous Pillock

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What's the over/under on any/all of V4 vetoing just for the lulz?
Slim to none. The French are more likely to veto any extension, and it will not be politically wise to extend A50 with it's £1bn a month price tag for the UK. As desperate as the remaniacs are in parliament are to take "no deal" off the table, a lot more matters are in place than most people realise. Including an effective declaration of Universal Free Trade by eliminating about 90% of UK tariffs in the event of no deal.

Even if various companies have begun their whinging and claiming they'll go out of business. Which rather suggests those companies are dead wood which need clearing out anyway.

Yes indeed. I'm looking forward to "crashing out without a deal" because when the world doesn't end, the salt and screeching from remainiacs will be excellent.

Unfortunately, I fear the fix is in and somehow there'll be a unilateral withdrawal of Article 50 at the last moment which, conveniently, the ECJ has said can be done.

Why we don't just go full Henry VIII and dissolve the European Union's properties and operations here I don't know. After all, he crashed us out of the Catholic Church without a deal and despite some minor disruption it turned out to be the right decision because we avoided the fallout from the French Wars of Religion and so forth. We also took back control of our laws because for once they were all made here rather than partly by an unaccountable bureaucracy in Rome.
Because it's done by international treaties. In essence. It's never a great optics matter to suddenly tear up agreements and deals on a whim, this is why negotiated escape mechanisms are in most treaties. A negotiated escape mechanism which is strangely lacking inside the Withdrawal agreement.

Mostly because it's a blatant plot by May and Robbins to allow for the UK to be "outside" the EU for a bit, totally and completely decide it's horrid being in the big bad world, and then step back into Brussels abusive fists loving arms in about five years time. Ten max. That's why there's no universal escape mechanism in flagrant violation of numerous laws regarding international treaties.
 

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Well, as expected, it seems like May is getting a second dick rammed in her arse. I wonder where things are going to go next on this exciting tour of shitsville.
 

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Brexit is going to backfire so hard on them that I will laugh all the way to the grave. Getting rid of pols and pakis is great but the UK should have just pushed the EU more to halt the flow of economic migrants vs leave the EU. Companies and financial institutions are jumping ship at record rates to mainland Europe. If Scotland and Ireland leave, we’ll there goes the UK.

It’s also not stopping the UK from prosecuting mothers and housewife’s for committing tranny though crimes. Their horribly inexcusable anti-free speech laws aren’t going anywhere.
 

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By this point it's basically inevitable that it's WTO. MPs can pass all the exceptional motions it likes but the government has zero obligation to act on them.
 
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Norvic

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Brexit is going to backfire so hard on them that I will laugh all the way to the grave. Getting rid of pols and pakis is great but the UK should have just pushed the EU more to halt the flow of economic migrants vs leave the EU. Companies and financial institutions are jumping ship at record rates to mainland Europe. If Scotland and Ireland leave, we’ll there goes the UK.

It’s also not stopping the UK from prosecuting mothers and housewife’s for committing tranny though crimes. Their horribly inexcusable anti-free speech laws aren’t going anywhere.
I really think that there's not going to be a Brexit now. There's only about 80 crazy/stupid MPs in the house who want no deal, so there's going to have to be some compromise reached on another course of action.

The May deal + second referendum route gives everyone not in the insane camp cover. May gets to save face because her deal was ultimately approved, no one has to actually vote to halt Brexit and we don't end up fucking ourselves in the cunt for years by becoming the new Iceland.
 
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We're like a bloody scared bungee jumper at this point. We're going to vote against this deal, against no deal, ask for an extension, and it's going to take France vetoing the extension to actually push us off the scaffold on 29 March. Embarrassing.
 

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This is the ride that never ends.

Regardless of how this all turns out, Theresa May is likely to be finished. No deal Brexit? She's finished? Brexit with a deal? She's finished. Brexit is cancelled? She's finished.

Even if Parliament gets an extension on Article 50 May's dead in the water, as all it'll do is stretch her demise out a bit longer.
 

Slimy Time

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This is the ride that never ends.

Regardless of how this all turns out, Theresa May is likely to be finished. No deal Brexit? She's finished? Brexit with a deal? She's finished. Brexit is cancelled? She's finished.

Even if Parliament gets an extension on Article 50 May's dead in the water, as all it'll do is stretch her demise out a bit longer.
I don't know about that, she was supposed to be finished when her own party called a vote of no confidence, then when there was a vote of no confidence in the government. I can see the old hag hanging on to power right until she gets voted out of office.
 

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I just laughed at May's reaction of 'profoundly regretting the decision' like her disappoint means anything to anyone else in that room. Like what did she expect to happen when she came back with the barest of changes and tried to run it down to the wire when there's an option to extend right there? Of course they're going to reject the deal.

The only reason she hasn't been 'finished' thus far is because of the DUP keeping her in office so they feel powerful, so she stuck in a weird limbo of being completely ineffectual but also unable to leave.
 

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I just laughed at May's reaction of 'profoundly regretting the decision' like her disappoint means anything to anyone else in that room. Like what did she expect to happen when she came back with the barest of changes and tried to run it down to the wire when there's an option to extend right there? Of course they're going to reject the deal.

The only reason she hasn't been 'finished' thus far is because of the DUP keeping her in office so they feel powerful, so she stuck in a weird limbo of being completely ineffectual but also unable to leave.

Well, that and Labour is so fucking poisonous that the Tories, despite this fucking hilarious shambles they're 10 whole points ahead. The Tiggers are still under "other".... on 2%.
 

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MPs have voted by 312 to 308 to reject leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement.
It is not a legally-binding decision - and it does not rule out the UK leaving the EU.
But it means MPs could now get a vote on delaying Brexit.
That vote would take place on Thursday, and if it is passed - and the EU agrees to it - the UK will not leave the EU as planned on 29 March.
MPs are now voting on whether the PM's Brexit plan should be scrapped in favour of a "managed no deal".

When you vote on something completely pointless as it's not your decision on whether you are leaving or not, it's like voting on whether the tide is allowed to go in or out.

MPs are now voting on whether the PM's Brexit plan should be scrapped in favour of a "managed no deal".

HOW THE FUCK WAS THIS NOT DONE MONTHS AGO?
 

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When you vote on something completely pointless as it's not your decision on whether you are leaving or not, it's like voting on whether the tide is allowed to go in or out.




HOW THE FUCK WAS THIS NOT DONE MONTHS AGO?
Because our government couldn't organise an orgy in a very well equipped and staffed brothel.

In other news, Carole Cadwalladr is claiming that there's a conspiracy by Arron Banks, head of Leave.EU, to nobble an extension to Article 50 by persuading the Italian government to reject it. How does she know this? Because he turned his twitter locator off for 24 hours and went skiing in an area that voted heavily for Matteo Salvini's Lega party, who form the "populist" and "far right" coalition government over there with the Movimente Cinque Stelle.

Yes, because only guilty people don't spend every waking minute on twatter.
 
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