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Theresa May's Brexit deal defeated by 230 votes

24 comments, 264 views, posted 7:59 pm 15/01/2019 in Politics by REALITY
REALITY has 20279 posts, 7786 threads, 1425 points, location: South, Middle. Middle South. In the South, In The Middle.
A tormented man.

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8:26 pm 15/01/2019

tricpe

See, you're next, Theresa!

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8:30 pm 15/01/2019

REALITY

There's no reason for her to stand down. There are many reasons for her not to.

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10:51 pm 15/01/2019

MASTERV

I like how the UK Gov has been able to successfully make a complicated problem even more complicated

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8:00 am 16/01/2019

dr3n

biggest government defeat in our history.. which is going some to be fair as we've had a bit of practice at it..

omnishambles.. the fucking lot of them...

*EDIT*:
52 – 48: MAY: THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN!!!!
432 – 202: MAY: Let's have another crack in a few days...

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9:28 am 16/01/2019

dr3n

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9:48 am 16/01/2019

REALITY

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7:29 pm 16/01/2019

REALITY

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7:42 pm 16/01/2019

tricpe

Shambles!

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7:46 pm 16/01/2019

REALITY

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7:58 pm 16/01/2019

dr3n

that really is awesome..

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7:58 pm 16/01/2019

tricpe

Is that Socrates?

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8:58 pm 16/01/2019

dr3n

Trump has sent his congrats to May now..

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9:08 pm 16/01/2019

dr3n

Quote:
So Theresa goes to Brussels to get a deal she's never going to get, and comes back with a different deal parliament is never going to accept. Some of the Tories instigate a vote of no confidence in her that they're never going to win, paving the way for Theresa to put her deal to a vote she's never going to win (after she already delayed the previous vote on exactly the same deal because she was never going to win it). In response, Jeremy tables a motion of no confidence that he's never going to win, and now we'll be packing Theresa back off to Brussels to get some concessions that she's never going to get.

bout sums it up!

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10:01 pm 16/01/2019

MASTERV

At this point should she be concentrating on policy for hard Brexit and let the EU come to here?

At what point does the Queen get her scepter and grab some MP's by the ear for a conversation on WTF? Speaking of her Majesty, next parliamentary opening speak should be interesting after this cluster F

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10:12 pm 16/01/2019

REALITY

It's all planned out

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8:52 am 17/01/2019

dr3n

anyone remember when she was strong and stable??

“Overwhelmingly the Bitish public want us to get on with delivering Brexit,” says Theresa May, who just wasted more than a month putting off a vote she knew she couldn’t win. And then, if that wasn't bad enough - thirty months after the Brexit referendum, and two months before Brexit, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom this evening went outside number 10 to ask other politicians to tell her what to do.

we are teh jokes...

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11:16 am 17/01/2019

REALITY

Quote by dr3n:
anyone remember when she was strong and stable??

.........umm......no.......

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11:59 am 17/01/2019

dr3n

Quote:
So let's get this right: May offers talks. Corbyn says remove No Deal threat, then we talk. Within an hour, Hammond rings 330 businesspeople and promises to remove No Deal threat because May faces revolt in Cabinet. But Corbyn is the "wrecker". Tories lie thru their teeth. | Paul Mason

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12:04 pm 17/01/2019

marksyzm

BBC are all over that too. Props to Paul Mason.

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12:34 pm 17/01/2019

REALITY

BBC are all over that too. Props to Paul Mason Steven Swinford & Gordon Rayner.

2
5:14 pm 17/01/2019

REALITY

HRH directs Royalist forces in the siege of London, 8 months after the dissolution of "The Crooked Parliament" and the beginning of the British Civil War (September 2019, Colourised)

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5:56 pm 17/01/2019

Flee

Bring British it should be the civil Civil War.

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5:57 pm 17/01/2019

Flee

One side writes a letter and folds it into a plane and fires it to the other side

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5:58 pm 17/01/2019

Flee

Or poison vs knife?

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