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5 hours ago, geared said:

They already have voted on such an amendment though I believe?  A 3 month extension tabled by Labour only a few weeks ago?

I thought that got rejected?

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2 hours ago, apelike said:

I thought that got rejected?

The SNP tabled an amendment o extend article 50 which have heavily defeated by over 300 to 39. 

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1 hour ago, Penistone999 said:

The SNP tabled an amendment o extend article 50 which have heavily defeated by over 300 to 39. 

So a no deal cannot be avoided?

3 hours ago, apelike said:

Irrelevant or not it was a statement and that's all, glad you now agree.

Glad you agree it was irrelevant 

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3 hours ago, apelike said:

Irrelevant or not it was a statement and that's all, glad you now agree.

 

So you now say its a responsible agreement and not a legal requirement after all, as above I'm glad you now agree.

So, when many brexitreers have advocated the hard brexit and defaulting on the £39B that we owe to the EU.

 

Do you still maintain that defaulting on that responsible obligation will make other countries of the world want to create agreements with us?

Just be aware of the failing of Fantastic Mr Fox who said that the trade deals "should be the easiest in history" to get, and that he has just admitted that they won't be in place by the 29th March.

 

Or is this just another pack of leavers-lies? (available at all good fiction stores)

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1 hour ago, Penistone999 said:

The SNP tabled an amendment o extend article 50 which have heavily defeated by over 300 to 39. 

You don't understand politics do you?

 

While May's deal is still on the table most Tories will not support an extension to Article 50. Once it falls, all bets are off and what you would do well to remember is that only 30-35 MPs support no deal and a majority have already expressed a desire to avoid no deal.

 

So add to them all the Tories who are giving May's deal a chance and you  have 500+ MPs who oppose no deal and 30-35 MPs who support no deal.

 

So we are leaving the EU on 29 March, whatever happens?

 

****** are we! 😂

 

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2 hours ago, Penistone999 said:

The SNP tabled an amendment o extend article 50 which have heavily defeated by over 300 to 39. 

Irrelevant

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On 21/02/2019 at 23:48, Longcol said:

Psssssssssssssst - wanna score some choux bruxelles?

I'll swap you for a kilderkin of live whelks - under cover of a moonless night, at Portholland.

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