What could Parliament do to stop no deal .....

Discussion in 'Brexit & Politics' started by bobk, Mar 20, 2019.

  1. bobk

    bobk Member

    I'd suggest very little .? @Danllan
  2. More to life

    More to life Member

    Withdraw article 50
  3. bobk

    bobk Member

    I'd show my arse in Burtons window if that happened .
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  4. bobk

    bobk Member

    Margeret Beckett is on Sky.... ffs ... give me strength , the old bat should've been pensioned off years ago .
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  5. I’ll bath in champagne :)
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  6. bobk

    bobk Member

    In Vimoutiers window ?? :wtf:
  7. bobk

    bobk Member

    She said she will not be voting for the deal and will be looking for indicative votes in the extension period ..... YOU'RE NOT GETTING AN EXTENSION .... ffs , thick as pig sh!t .
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  8. Danllan

    Danllan Member

    Sir Gar / Carms
    Two things really, one contingent upon the EU's assistance: vote to withdraw art. 50; vote for an extension.

    There are other ways, but they are highly improbable considering the parliamentary arithmetic.

    Glad to see you back. But don't post any pic's if you take that bath... :)
  9. Martin Holden

    Martin Holden Member

    Aha, keep it sideways on full opposite lock after the “Scandinavian flick”
  10. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    East Sussex
    Just don’t post the pic on here. Caused all manner of sh1t last time a photo of an arse appeared on here :facepalm:
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  11. Muck Spreader

    Muck Spreader Member

    Jacob Rees-Mogg has that effect on people.:D
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  12. Still Farming

    Still Farming Member

    Glamorgan Wales
    Leave is leave.
    Walk and keep our Money.
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  13. uztrac

    uztrac Member

    Exactly what I voted for over 2.5 years ago,and we are still in the eu as I type this.This nation of ours needs a "Leader " asap.
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  14. As I understand, this 39 billion is money owed for ongoing projects that will benefit the UK and pensions, if it's not paid then there will be no negotiations for a trade deal.
  15. bobk

    bobk Member

    Bit of a drive for a bath .
  16. Indeed. No trade deals with anyone - who would do any trade with an organisation that doesn’t pay its debts?
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  17. bluegreen

    bluegreen Member

    I voted to leave no strings attached, I did not vote for a fudged deal written by the Germans and rubber stamped by May that keeps Mr Drunkers Wine rack topped up!!
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  18. Yacker

    Yacker Member

    I am sure the Donald will run us a line of credit..
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  19. bobk

    bobk Member

    Think you'll find a large proportion is the transition period , but don't let facts get in the way of project sh!t yourself .
  20. Care to put that into a coherent english explanation? Money debts are denominated in pounds, euros and the likes. Periods in days, weeks and months. And refrain from swearing too, if you can - it’s beneath both of us.

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