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    Originally posted by Cowboy View Post
    When does Pence leave? Is it soon? please say its soon
    The creepy weirdo fcuks off back to the land of free gun killings tomorrow. With his pseudo Christian hate faith he epitomizes everything that is vile about American society.

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      Doris loses the vote:

      The motion to take control of the House of Commons agenda has been passed by MPs.

      Ayes - 328

      Nos - 301

      Majority - 27 against government
      "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

      Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

      Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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        Originally posted by Waterfordlad View Post
        Doris loses the vote:

        The motion to take control of the House of Commons agenda has been passed by MPs.

        Ayes - 328

        Nos - 301

        Majority - 27 against government
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        Had to take a photo of him on the tv.

        Ebeneezer Scrooge wouldn't get a look in. He is awaiting the ghost of Christmas future there.
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        I am the million man.

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          Originally posted by AwayFromHome View Post

          No, if the Benn bill is passed then Labour and SNP will both vote for a GE. Ironically it may benefit Boris in the election campaign. His narrative will be that the 31 Oct deadline has been "stolen" from him by Parliament.

          Most likely scenario is an election in November after the extension to the Brexit deadline has been secured at the European Council on 17 Oct.
          That's what I think is the most likely outcome now, but Cummings could have some trick up his sleeve.

          Apparently if they have an election, one of their biggest aims is to run a candidate against Bercow.

          If there is an election, it's going to be carnage. Tories could win a majority on 30% due to FPTP.

          If the bastards win an election, goodnight Vienna.


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          Last edited by fitzy73; 3rd-September-2019, 21:37.
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            No deal or Corbyn as Prime Minister?

            UK is in a spot of bother.

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              Originally posted by glorob View Post
              No deal or Corbyn as Prime Minister?

              UK is in a spot of bother.
              Corbyn as prime minister doesn't put us in one millionth of the amount of bother a no deal exit would.


              It's a sad indictment of their democracy that their biggest issues are in parliament and in party fighting as they march all of Europe toward yet another ****ing recession.
              I am the million man.

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                So am I right in saying Johnson government now has a majority of... -22 after whipping against the “rebel’s”. Surely a government of national unity will be much easier to form then calling for another general election??
                "The PRO12 is our domestic league, it's what you earn your bread and butter from; it's what pays the bills. We need to broaden our emphasis and get an understanding in Irish rugby that the domestic league from now on is most important and that's what qualifies you now for Europe.'' Garrett Fitzgerald, CEO Munster

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                  Originally posted by KerryRed View Post
                  So am I right in saying Johnson government now has a majority of... -22 after whipping against the “rebel’s”. Surely a government of national unity will be much easier to form then calling for another general election??
                  -27
                  "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

                  Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

                  Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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                    I still think the most likely end result re Brexsh1t is no Brexsh1t but if there IS a deal............one interesting solution is, after an election, with the DUPE sidelined.............is a border effectively in the sea. And let Ulster Says NO just lump it. Most in NI would be happy with that.

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                      Did anyone see the Grease Dog clip with the neurosurgeon on LBC? Sick puppy.

                      Watching the theatrics in the house of commons yesterday was a bit stomach turning, considering they're ****ing with the lives of real people, who they obviously couldn't give a toss about.

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                        https://www.theguardian.com/politics...rebel-alliance

                        Ha ha. Brilliant stuff.

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                          Originally posted by desert man View Post
                          Did anyone see the Grease Dog clip with the neurosurgeon on LBC? Sick puppy.

                          Watching the theatrics in the house of commons yesterday was a bit stomach turning, considering they're ****ing with the lives of real people, who they obviously couldn't give a toss about.
                          https://www.theguardian.com/politics...-drug-concerns

                          The worrying thing is there are people who listen to and believe what JRM says.
                          He's a guy who gets up at six o'clock in the morning regardless of what time it is.

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                            If Brussels extends the deadline to the New Year, without being asked, let's say a considerate gesture to the people of the UK to consider their Parliamentary arrangements, it would fairly take the wind and bluster of of Boris's sail and the constant tacking he operates.

                            EU well aware 48% of British people do not want Brexit, extension would recognise this, longer it all goes on, more chance of a remainer late win.

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                              Originally posted by Stanley View Post
                              If Brussels extends the deadline to the New Year, without being asked, let's say a considerate gesture to the people of the UK to consider their Parliamentary arrangements, it would fairly take the wind and bluster of of Boris's sail and the constant tacking he operates.

                              EU well aware 48% of British people do not want Brexit, extension would recognise this, longer it all goes on, more chance of a remainer late win.
                              Its not possible for the EU to do so unilaterally. The current legal status in the UK (under relevant legislation) and in the EU more broadly (under the treaties and Council decisions) is that the UK leaves on 31 October. BOTH would need to change for that not to be the case. The EU could take a decision at its Council meeting not to treat the UK as the third country until some later stage, but that would allow the UK to be out of the EU while enjoying almost all of the short term benefits. I can't see it happening unless the UK were in the middle of an election campaign and even then I don't think Macron would go along with it.

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                                From last night in the Commons Source Hansard

                                "The Speaker

                                Order. It is very rude for Members—[Interruption.] Order. I say to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster [ Michael Gove] that, when he turns up at our children’s school as a parent, he is a very well-behaved fellow. He would not dare to behave like that in front of Colin Hall, and neither would I. Do not gesticulate. Do not rant. Spare us the theatrics. Behave yourself. Be a good boy, young man. Be a good boy. [Interruption.] Yes, we know the theatrics that the right hon. Gentleman perfected in the Oxford Union. We are not interested. Be quiet."

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