The Brexit Negotiations

If we were to have a 2nd Referendum, how would you vote?


  • Total voters
    54

mandela

CHB Führer
May 16, 2013
21,290
9,341
Scotland
as opposed to the EU which is home to nothing but straight shooters...
They've shot pretty straight, as far as I can tell.

They told you that you'd get fuck all and you got fuck all.

It was the deluded Brexiters who claimed they could get whatever deal they wanted because the EU needs the UK more than the UK needs the EU. It was on that understanding most, yes MOST, Brexiters voted the way they did and look how that's worked out for them.


As an aside, fairly irrelevantly, in isolation I'd vote for Brexit.
 
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Tko6

The Original Maximus
May 19, 2013
6,961
3,567
Jay's mums house
340 odd voted against a 2nd ref in another meaningless vote....
It's not as clear cut as that. The Powell amendment was to extend the leave date until June. They're holding out to vote for the Kyle/Wilson amendment which extends the leave date to beyond that for a second referendum which will include May's deal.
 

Dazl1212

Ripley, strong independent woman who don't no man
May 16, 2013
18,897
5,384
UK
Am I missing something here or have the votes been, 'No' to Mays deal 'No' to no deal and 'No' to a second referendum? :lol:
 

Tko6

The Original Maximus
May 19, 2013
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Jay's mums house
Am I missing something here or have the votes been, 'No' to Mays deal 'No' to no deal and 'No' to a second referendum? :lol:
This amendment they're voting on right now rules out May's deal and No Deal (I think). They're putting all their eggs in extending to whenever, this one will probably pass. . .
 
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Mar 6, 2014
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It's not as clear cut as that. The Powell amendment was to extend the leave date until June. They're holding out to vote for the Kyle/Wilson amendment which extends the leave date to beyond that for a second referendum which will include May's deal.
Well it kinda is...thats why I mentioned the numbers voting against it rather than the majority....

the 2nd reffers who think the timing is wrong all abstained....to get 340 voting AGAINST is pretty indicative...its not going to get a majority unless the circumstances are extreme
 

Dazl1212

Ripley, strong independent woman who don't no man
May 16, 2013
18,897
5,384
UK
This amendment they're voting on right now rules out May's deal and No Deal (I think). They're putting all their eggs in extending to whenever, this one will probably pass. . .
It must be the only option now or push for no deal, so everyone can shit themselves into a second referendum.
 

Dazl1212

Ripley, strong independent woman who don't no man
May 16, 2013
18,897
5,384
UK
Well if it does pass, the Tories will be voting against their own motion, again lol.
They're utterly fucking clueless, it's embarrassing. They make third world governments look competent they're that bad.
 

Tko6

The Original Maximus
May 19, 2013
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This vote is to prevent May's deal going up for a 3rd time (I think), this shouldn't pass. I'm surprised the last one didn't pass but we're deep into meta politics now.

Edit: Never mind, fuck knows what this one is. They Bryant amendment was supposed to go to a vote and then he withdrew it, that one was to prevent a third vote on May's deal.

Edit again, this one is from the Government to extend the leave date until 30th June, fuck knows where we're at now.
 
Mar 6, 2014
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anybody notice the stitch up there?

Bryant withrew his amendment that the "Mays deal may not be bought back again for another vote"

That amendment would have been rejected indicating the house wished to vote on it again...

Who wants a bet the speaker asked him to withdraw it so that HE can refuse to bring it back?

Fucking disgrace
 

Tko6

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May 19, 2013
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anybody notice the stitch up there?

Bryant withrew his amendment that the "Mays deal may not be bought back again for another vote"

That amendment would have been rejected indicating the house wished to vote on it again...

Who wants a bet the speaker asked him to withdraw it so that HE can refuse to bring it back?

Fucking disgrace
Not sure on the ins and outs of that one. I guess if it was voted on and failed, the speaker couldn't shoot it down?
 
Mar 6, 2014
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Not sure on the ins and outs of that one. I guess if it was voted on and failed, the speaker couldn't shoot it down?
exactly mate, that little cunt is going to play a massive part and refuse to allow another vote even if the DUP come onboard. He would have had to call it if the indicative motion showed it was parliaments will.

The bloke is pure remainer and determined to influence proceedings
 
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Tko6

The Original Maximus
May 19, 2013
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exactly mate, that little cunt is going to play a massive part and refuse to allow another vote even if the DUP come onboard. He would have had to call it if the indicative motion showed it was parliaments will.

The bloke is pure remainer and determined to influence proceedings
Oh aye, he's a horrible cunt. The last decent speaker we had was Betty Boothroyd, which seems like a lifetime ago.
 
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So that last amendment was to extend the leaving date to 30th June to specifically implement May's deal. . .
which is exactly what she said would happen last night. A comparatively good night for May. Jobs were obviously threatened tonight
 
Mar 6, 2014
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against all odds she's gonna get it through next week...if that pipsqueak doesn't stymie her
 
Jun 3, 2013
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So all the ammendments were shot down tonight. Does that mean article 50 cannot be extended? Or only extended for certain reasons?

This shit is so confusing.