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Isn't there also some doubt as to whether the Benn Act was adhered to
the petulant refusal to sign the letter notwithstanding, sending a separate letter could well be construed as an attempt to undermine the act and therefore break the law.
I doubt anything will come of it. The most sickening and infuriating thing about this whole process is that Johnson has proven himself beyond any reasonable doubt to be a lying bastard, an incompetent spoilt brat chancer who is using the most cynical and divisive tactics possible to get his own way. And yet the Great British Public continue to support him and blame MPs who are trying to mitigate this absolute cluster####, in the face of vile abuse and death threats for the crime of not wanting their constituents to be even more impoverished and vulnerable than they are already.
with a combination of Brexit fatigue and the prospect of suffering their constituents' wrath when the GE comes hanging over many of them, you are probably right, but then many events that have unfolded during this whole debacle have been somewhat surprising, so who knows?. Hope springs eternal.
It isn't looking good though.
...it seems he has the numbers to pass the deal which by definition means the numbers are not there for confirmatory referendum or vote of no confidence.
Labour and LibDems have to share the blame here. They will point the finger at each other while we leave with a shitty deal that brings a new cliff edge awaiting us next year due to the removal of the UK backstop. Tories will win a majority in the New Year so there will be no numbers to prevent this scenario.
Kin ell. The suspense continues.
The best thing about getting this over with - and I don't want Johnson's "deal" - would be to stop hearing the "stoooooop Brexiiiiittt" twat outside Parliament.
Much as my opinion on this matter is clear, I don't think that kinda shizzle helps the cause, you dig?