there isn t a majority in parliament for any given brexit outcome former conservative chairman grant shapps sa
"There isn't a majority in Parliament for any given Brexit outcome."
Former Conservative Chairman Grant Shapps says May's Brexit deal will be voted down - but "the idea that giving power to Parliament to solve [Brexit] is quite simply untrue...it'll make us even more rudderless"
david cameron made the referendum policy because he didnt want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to ukip and look
‘David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn’t want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to UKIP and look where it has got us’ This 16-year-old says the Conservative Party are responsible for Brexit. #bbcqt
commons speaker john bercow says theresa may cannot hold a third vote on her brexit deal if her motion is the
Commons Speaker John Bercow says Theresa May cannot hold a third vote on her Brexit deal if her motion is the same, or very similar to, the one that was heavily defeated last week, citing 'convention' dating back to 1604.
enough of this brexit crap the prime minister hasn t got a clue what she s doing our mps haven t got a clue wh
Enough of this Brexit crap. The Prime Minister hasn't got a clue what she's doing. Our MPs haven't got a clue what they're doing either. Let's just bloody leave on March 29, with no deal, and get on with it. We'll survive & may even thrive. Anything's better than this.
the most important thing to do in the coming days along with the petition amp march is to resist the desperate
The most important thing to do in the coming days (along with the petition & march) is to resist the desperate attempts of senior Brexiters to cast criticism of them as insulting Brexit voters. The former are discredited, delusional & deceitful; the latter our friends & family.
a problem with mays article in todays telegraph is she assumes the country will come back together if her deal
A problem with May’s article in today’s Telegraph is she assumes the country will ‘come back together’ if her deal passes. This is nonsense. One obvious point: the causes of brexit were not in general anything to do with the EU, therefore leaving it will solve nothing.
this has been inevitable since the red lines met the good friday agreement may was so intoxicated by abolishin
This has been inevitable since the 'red lines' met the Good Friday Agreement. May was so intoxicated by abolishing free movement, she couldn't see. Newspapers were so invested in Brexit they carried on reporting the fantasy. The BBC didn't have the guts to swim against the tide.