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Brexit / UK: MPs trigger No Confidence Vote (12/12/18)

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    Two of the four prescribed items involve honesty. Will be a very hard to fill prescription..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    Two of the four prescribed items involve honesty. Will be a very hard to fill prescription..
    What a fucking world we live in right now.

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    No time for a deal vote, but just enough time to slip through 85mill in social support services cuts, without allowing debate, before they bugger off for a jolly nice Christmas break. Guess that 2billion in No Deal preparations has to come from somewhere.

    The callous, inept bastards should be locked into Westminster until they come up with a solution.

    https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ent...b0407e90785176


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    Quote Originally Posted by stickyears
    Corbyn has always campaigned against being in the EU. He doesn't want an election where he has to try and win it by taking the stay in/do a deal/2nd referendum line. He'll wait until the deal is done, or 29 March, whichever comes first, then aim to get in. Likely just an effort to look like he's doing something without actually wanting anything to happen.

    He certainly doesn't want to be left with the current pile of shit to shovel and be blamed for whatever the result is.
    It's a terrible affliction I have, being right about these things.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...backing-brexit

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