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Brexit - extension or no deal? 17:57 - Oct 9 with 854 viewsMoriarty

https://www.msn.com/en-ie/news/brexit/eu-brexit-negotiator-tears-apart-boris-joh

Extension or no deal now seem to be the options.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:02 - Oct 9 with 829 viewsfactual_blue

No deal = illegal?

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:05 - Oct 9 with 824 viewsBlueBadger

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:02 - Oct 9 by factual_blue

No deal = illegal?


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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:25 - Oct 9 with 808 viewsfactual_blue

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:05 - Oct 9 by BlueBadger

BUTT IZ DA WILE OV DA PEEP HOLE*



*Terms and conditions may apply, opinion polls may not actually support hthis.


GET BEHIND YOUR WATER BUTT

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:27 - Oct 9 with 810 viewsclive_baker

Extension into 2020.

I've said it all along and I'll say it again, there will be another referendum on the matter.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:28 - Oct 9 with 801 viewsMoriarty

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:02 - Oct 9 by factual_blue

No deal = illegal?


Yes, in the normal run of things. But Nero has his fiddle out.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:32 - Oct 9 with 795 viewsMoriarty

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:27 - Oct 9 by clive_baker

Extension into 2020.

I've said it all along and I'll say it again, there will be another referendum on the matter.


It certainly seems to be the right thing to do. But would remain or leave win second time around? Wouldn’t there have to be a general election before a second referendum?

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:32 - Oct 9 with 803 viewsBlueBadger

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:27 - Oct 9 by clive_baker

Extension into 2020.

I've said it all along and I'll say it again, there will be another referendum on the matter.


And, as a Brexit is going to be really great*, it'll pass by a far greater margin this time.


*You can tell how good it's going to be by the amount of faith the likes of Jacob Rees-Mogg(moved business to Ireland), Nigel Farage(obtained EU passports for his children), Boris's backers in the City(betting against the pound in the event of a no-deal) and James Dyson(moved his manufacturing base overseas) have put in their country.
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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:35 - Oct 9 with 789 viewsNthsuffolkblue

This year the polls suggest 74 times that public opinion is in favour of remain, once for leave and once tied. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/brexit/brexit-news-latest-britain-against-leaving

The only reason Brexit is still a thing is a flawed referendum that is 3 years out of date.

I cannot see BoJo taking us out and the longer it goes on the less democratic leaving becomes. Many ardent Brexiteers are going to be very upset when Brexit finally dies its death and perhaps that's why the process continues to be drawn out. Unfortunately, at every junction where it looks possible our economy takes another hit.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:38 - Oct 9 with 771 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:32 - Oct 9 by Moriarty

It certainly seems to be the right thing to do. But would remain or leave win second time around? Wouldn’t there have to be a general election before a second referendum?


There doesn't have to be an election. It could be amusing to see Parliament vote one through against BoJo's will. They would have to be clear about the wording, though, or he would put leave with no deal or leave without a deal as the two options.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 19:24 - Oct 9 with 729 viewsgazzer1999

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:32 - Oct 9 by BlueBadger

And, as a Brexit is going to be really great*, it'll pass by a far greater margin this time.


*You can tell how good it's going to be by the amount of faith the likes of Jacob Rees-Mogg(moved business to Ireland), Nigel Farage(obtained EU passports for his children), Boris's backers in the City(betting against the pound in the event of a no-deal) and James Dyson(moved his manufacturing base overseas) have put in their country.
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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 19:27 - Oct 9 with 718 viewsgazzer1999

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:38 - Oct 9 by Nthsuffolkblue

There doesn't have to be an election. It could be amusing to see Parliament vote one through against BoJo's will. They would have to be clear about the wording, though, or he would put leave with no deal or leave without a deal as the two options.


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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 19:28 - Oct 9 with 716 viewsPinewoodblue

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 18:02 - Oct 9 by factual_blue

No deal = illegal?


Not sure you are right there. All the Benn law does is commit the Government to writing a letter asking for a three month extension.

Three months doesn't do anything especially since the Government isn't required to continue negotiations.

Should the EU offer a shorter, or longer, extension it would presumably be put to a vote in HoC.

If the EU say no extension we presumably leave with no deal at 11pm on 31st October. unless the law changes.

Corbyn is going to have to risk a General Election.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 20:14 - Oct 9 with 667 viewsBlueBadger

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 19:24 - Oct 9 by gazzer1999



So, you agree it'll be a breeze to get it through then?

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 23:20 - Oct 9 with 570 viewsfactual_blue

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 19:28 - Oct 9 by Pinewoodblue

Not sure you are right there. All the Benn law does is commit the Government to writing a letter asking for a three month extension.

Three months doesn't do anything especially since the Government isn't required to continue negotiations.

Should the EU offer a shorter, or longer, extension it would presumably be put to a vote in HoC.

If the EU say no extension we presumably leave with no deal at 11pm on 31st October. unless the law changes.

Corbyn is going to have to risk a General Election.


The PM must accept an alternative date proposed by the EU, unless MPs reject the proposal.

The mood music seems to be that the EU will offer an extension to June 2020.

The process of kicking brexit into the long grass begins....

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 23:27 - Oct 9 with 567 viewswkj

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 23:20 - Oct 9 by factual_blue

The PM must accept an alternative date proposed by the EU, unless MPs reject the proposal.

The mood music seems to be that the EU will offer an extension to June 2020.

The process of kicking brexit into the long grass begins....


So Boris will be looking for a general election no sooner than march then

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 00:02 - Oct 10 with 546 viewsfactual_blue

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 23:27 - Oct 9 by wkj

So Boris will be looking for a general election no sooner than march then


Another thing he can't get is, of course, an election when he wants one.

This cummings chap is the paul hurst of the tory party, isn't he.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 00:04 - Oct 10 with 544 viewswkj

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 00:02 - Oct 10 by factual_blue

Another thing he can't get is, of course, an election when he wants one.

This cummings chap is the paul hurst of the tory party, isn't he.


Can't catch a break can that former lovable mayor.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 13:15 - Oct 10 with 396 viewsbaxterbasics

It's either going to be a 'no deal' or simply no Brexit, because there's never going to be a deal that satisfies all parties.

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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 13:31 - Oct 10 with 379 viewsDarth_Koont

"He added that British proposals "have led to three serious concerns": that they did not prevent a customs border, that they were not actually ready or "legally operable", and that they could be unilaterally scrapped by Stormont and even never actually come into effect at all."

Blinding effort, Boris. You should have just said your dog had eaten your homework.
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Brexit - extension or no deal? on 13:35 - Oct 10 with 373 viewsDarth_Koont

Brexit - extension or no deal? on 13:15 - Oct 10 by baxterbasics

It's either going to be a 'no deal' or simply no Brexit, because there's never going to be a deal that satisfies all parties.


So no Brexit then. We can't go no deal and then enter real discussions with the EU knowing there's nothing anyone can agree on.

Glad we saw sense in time.
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