Is it a surprise that after hints of far-right links the OP has disappeared?
People die, people can vote, on the same turnout, the vote would shift. The question is if the turnout increases, who does it bias.
Never know, DUP might flip if they're annoyed enough, but unlikely.
But Boris isn't going for a "clean break" no deal, so BP still has leverage.
A bad winter could ruin the Tories, that'd be fun.
Last winter election was... 1918, when the 26 counties in Ireland declared independence, how...
They haven't been in government for 9 years... As in effecting useless policies on the populace purely out of idealogy only for it to be...
The hope that the Brexit Party continuing to be relevant because we didn't leave and the 31st barrier passes.
Hahaha hilarity, Labour seem to WANT to lose.
Wonder if Trump is tired of "winning" yet?
Amendments come first, assuming they survive or come from the Lords.
And even so there are amendments that aren't just about CU/2nd Ref, there...
Also the "Anon" writer has a book out next month, who is (or was, assuming they resigned) supposedly high up in the Administration. (Trump called...
I'll do what i like.
No it is only for a Single market that the rules apply. Prob wont matter anyway.
? You realise Labour constitutes >200 votes right? It would look bad if they voted it down, but yes i can see it conflicts with their desires.
Why would Labour vote the deal down after a CU is attached?
And i don't really want to hear "well they could".
But this is the parliament that people voted for... so why should it be allowed to shirk that decision by revoting so soon.
Then that's parliament doing it's job.
Direct evidence. Awkward.
Why should it die, it was passed?
May did that last time (few weeks), got Oct 31st instead.
Separate names with a comma.