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    Thousands of 50-pence coins minted to commemorate Brexit on Oct. 31 will be melted down after Prime Minister Boris Johnson accepted an extension from the European Union, two people familiar with the matter said.
    Javid’s predecessor, Philip Hammond, had also planned to mint a more limited number of the 50-pence coins to mark the original Brexit date of March 29.
    Shit you learn every day... something about eggs and chickens.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...rexit-meltdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast
    What about the people that still want Brexit but not Mr Johnson's deal?
    The EU have said they will not renegotiate a new deal.

    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast
    What would happen if the leave camp abstain and say only 10m vote to remain in the EU?
    Then we remain in the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit
    The EU have said they will not renegotiate a new deal.
    The Juncker Commission state that but have started to move a little. Perhaps a more liberal less centrist commision may have a different view.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit
    Then we remain in the EU.
    And the Brexit question will continue to tear the legislative branch apart for years to come

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast
    And the Brexit question will continue to tear the legislative branch apart for years to come
    Nah. They're mostly Remainders.

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    So, an election on Dec 12th.

    Going to make leaving the EU by 31st January very tight I suspect, unless Christmas and New Year gets cancelled.


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    Good. Now it is time to purge Parliament of the anti-democratic fascist Remoaners and liberate the UK. The fact that the Remoaner rump (who were mostly elected on a pro-Brexit platform) have been behaving in this profoundly illiberal way is a blight on the Westminster system and shows why there is a case for introducing a recall mechanism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paxbritannia
    Good. Now it is time to purge Parliament of the anti-democratic fascist Remoaners and liberate the UK. The fact that the Remoaner rump (who were mostly elected on a pro-Brexit platform) have been behaving in this profoundly illiberal way is a blight on the Westminster system and shows why there is a case for introducing a recall mechanism.

    You're in luck! Now get those petition going to recall all those illiberal MPs exercising representative democracy. Well, after the democratic election elects some new representatives who may not concur with your views that is. Do let us know how you get on!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recall_of_MPs_Act_2015

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_P...ecall_petition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paxbritannia
    Good. Now it is time to purge Parliament of the anti-democratic fascist Remoaners and liberate the UK. The fact that the Remoaner rump (who were mostly elected on a pro-Brexit platform) have been behaving in this profoundly illiberal way is a blight on the Westminster system and shows why there is a case for introducing a recall mechanism.
    I can't imagine a more gammony post than this.

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