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.
i think im going to disagree with you post ref id have accepted a sensible brexit then the brexit lunatics cha
@DPJHodges I think I’m going to disagree with you. Post Ref I’d have accepted a sensible Brexit. Then the Brexit lunatics changed the goalposts and started pretending everyone wanted No Deal and WTO and at THAT point I became, “Fuck. That. Shit.”
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.
sky news understands the uk s second biggest steel producer british steel is seeking an urgent 100m government
Sky News understands the UK's second-biggest steel producer British Steel is seeking an urgent £100m Government loan after Prime Minister Theresa May's failure to pass a Brexit deal left it frozen out of an EU-wide carbon trading scheme
theresa mays pledge to tory mps to stand down if they vote for her deal shows once and for all that her chaoti
Theresa May’s pledge to Tory MPs to stand down if they vote for her deal shows once and for all that her chaotic Brexit negotiations have been about party management, not principles or the public interest.
A change of government can't be a Tory stitch-up, the people must decide.
attached is the official position of the official brexit campaign vote leave said uk would not even start the
Attached is the official position of the official Brexit campaign. Vote Leave said UK would not even start the legal process to leave until we had negotiated an acceptable Brexit deal, let alone be days from leaving without having a clue about what kind of Brexit we will...
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.