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    No Deal

    Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 20:25:07

    is STILL the default option, and will be happening in 16 days. What happened in Parliament tonight was nonsense.

      Re: No Deal

      Posted by Zealot on 13/3/2019, 21:05:19, in reply to "No Deal"

      For all you know revoking article 50 might well be the government's default position.

        Re: No Deal

        Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 21:20:00, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

        We can all second guess, but the actual legal default position is still No Deal.

          Re: No Deal

          Posted by Zealot on 13/3/2019, 21:30:18, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

          Well that's been true ever since A50 was invoked. Not exactly news.

            Re: No Deal

            Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 21:54:29, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

            Indeed. I was just reminding people, I didn't expect a huge flouncy (not you!) thread.

        Re: No Deal

        Posted by Zoe on 13/3/2019, 20:46:14, in reply to "No Deal"

        At what point, is this wilted old cobweb going to swallow her pride and simply tell all the meatheads that this is a stupid fucking idea and weíre not doing it?

          Re: No Deal

          Posted by jimmyp on 13/3/2019, 20:49:56, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

          I get the distinct impression that she's just going through the motions, safe in the knowledge that it'll never be allowed to happen, but all the same enjoying trotting out the gammon tropes "brexit means brexit" etc.

          At least I would if I had any faith in anyone not being a complete retard. Present company excepted.

          Cheers, Jim

          Re: No Deal

          Posted by Nick PBH on 13/3/2019, 20:39:28, in reply to "No Deal"

          No it wont.

          As far as I can make out no deal was taken off the table for the end of march

          Then no deal taken off the table permanently.

          So the default option is the status quo (As long as the Eu agree..which lets face it they will)

            Re: No Deal

            Posted by hatters1988 on 13/3/2019, 20:41:56, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

            That's not law though is it.

              Re: No Deal

              Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 20:41:36, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

              As it STILL stands, we are leaving on the 29th March with no deal.

                Re: No Deal

                Posted by Nick PBH on 13/3/2019, 20:52:36, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                But no deal has been ruled out.

                Therefore there will be an extension to try and work out what to do in the 2 years we havent.

                Sod it..put a norway+ deal on the table..vote on it...yes and we leave that way, no and its a 2nd vote.

                  Re: No Deal

                  Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 21:00:10, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                  No Deal has most definitely NOT been ruled out. As it stands we are leaving with no deal on 29th March.

                    Re: No Deal

                    Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/3/2019, 21:07:04, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                    MPs have just voted not to leave with no deal.

                      Re: No Deal

                      Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 21:21:55, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                      How do they plan to not leave with No Deal when we get to 29th March without a deal?

                        Re: No Deal

                        Posted by Nick PBH on 13/3/2019, 21:42:18, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                        by not leaving

                          Re: No Deal

                          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/3/2019, 21:45:07, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                          Asking for an extension to or a retraction of Article 50.

                            Re: No Deal

                            Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 21:56:04, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                            AS IT STANDS no deal is the default option.

                              Re: No Deal

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/3/2019, 22:00:46, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                              And won't be allowed to happen.

                        Re: No Deal

                        Posted by HH on 13/3/2019, 21:08:56, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                        Itís not binding yet...

                          Re: No Deal

                          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/3/2019, 21:17:41, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                          The referendum was only advisory.

                            Re: No Deal

                            Posted by HH on 13/3/2019, 21:18:23, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                            Indeed! The ultimate irony

                Re: No Deal

                Posted by jimmyp on 13/3/2019, 20:30:52, in reply to "No Deal"

                It's also a constitutional impossibility as well as deeply undesired pretty much all round.

                Cheers, Jim

                  Re: No Deal

                  Posted by Farhat on 13/3/2019, 20:40:16, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                  Undesired definitely.

                    Re: No Deal

                    Posted by Dublin Tony on 13/3/2019, 20:48:39, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                    Each vote makes the EU stronger .

                  Re: No Deal

                  Posted by hatters1988 on 13/3/2019, 20:29:57, in reply to "No Deal"

                  Tonight?

                  The whole bloody thing has been a clusterfuk from start to whenever it finishes.

                  Political point scoring in the hope of ousting current ruling party via a backdoor GE.

                  I'm under no illusions it would be exactly the same if the opposition was in power.

                    Re: No Deal

                    Posted by Desperate Dan on 13/3/2019, 20:32:14, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                    perhaps every single voter at the next GE refuses to vote, that would really fuc things up. It wont happen but just imagine a complete boycott and the complete panic of these fucers.

                      Re: No Deal

                      Posted by hatters1988 on 13/3/2019, 20:43:06, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                      Or Brewsters "none of the Above"

                      Maybe that's what the recent splinter group should call themselves.

                        Re: No Deal

                        Posted by truth hurts on 13/3/2019, 20:42:08, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                        That would really balls up their SELECTION process.

                          Re: No Deal

                          Posted by Nearly a Genius on 13/3/2019, 20:41:53, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                          But if no-one voted, the sitting MP gets in by default, and we carry on with this farce.



                          Now that we have a better idea of what leaving would mean and the shady spivs trying to orchestrate the vote for their own nefarious ends have been shown up for what they are, another referendum ("Anotherr one!?" * ) is the only option.

                          * Brenda from Bristol

                            Re: No Deal

                            Posted by hatters1988 on 13/3/2019, 20:41:31, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                            The opposition would propose a law stating people have to vote for them...and if they lose there should be a second vote.

                              Re: No Deal

                              Posted by since 63 on 13/3/2019, 20:35:05, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                              that is exactly what is needed, show the politicians what the public think of them

                                Re: No Deal

                                Posted by Suffolk Punch on 13/3/2019, 20:43:56, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                                If parliament is ignoring the will of the people, a general election fought solely on Brexit and ignoring the party system would sort things out.

                                In theory, anyway. In practice it would confuse the issue even more. Maybe a good punch up is the answer.

                                  Re: No Deal

                                  Posted by Since 57 on 13/3/2019, 20:51:18, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                                  Donít know if you saw my message further down the board?

                                    Re: No Deal

                                    Posted by HH on 13/3/2019, 20:49:06, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                                    What the hell would the Tory manifesto on Europe be?

                                    Re: No Deal

                                    Posted by Just an observation on 13/3/2019, 20:42:19, in reply to "Re: No Deal"

                                    Expect to find new and/or minor parties/Independents doing very well in the next general election. Neither of the 2 major parties are fit to govern. Total disgrace.

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