two things 1 these are not petitioning signing bots they are very passionate people 2 they want to revoke arti
Two things. 1) These are not petitioning-signing bots. They are very passionate people. 2) They want to revoke Article 50 and stay in the EU. Unsurprisingly there are no Brexiters here, or at least none I can see. So, as of now, they show the nation’s wounds, not a healing
because of the chaotic way the govt has handled negotiations a huge amount of time effort and money has been s
Because of the chaotic way the Govt has handled negotiations, a huge amount of time, effort and money has been spent preparing for this terrible outcome. This is such a waste. It’s time for the Government to revoke Article 50 and give the British public the final say on #Brexit .
calls for govt and opposition to agree a solution quickly which delivers frictionless trade regulatory alignm
@EEF_Economists . calls for govt and opposition to agree a solution quickly "which delivers frictionless trade, regulatory alignment, access to labour and long transition period ". If not, revoke Article 50 and no to constant extensions: "The horror show has to end well before Halloween "
chancellor philip hammond raised the prospect that mps will revoke article 50 this week rather than allow uk t
Chancellor Philip Hammond raised the prospect that MPs will revoke Article 50 this week rather than allow UK to leave without a deal if Brexit talks collapse. He suggested the impact of uncertainty on markets could encourage MPs to vote to reverse Brexit. https://t.co/APvwQQb35M
should mps change the brexit default from no deal to revoke article 50 what do you think it would mean uk auto
Should MPs change the Brexit default from no-deal to “revoke article 50”? What do you think. It would mean UK automatically staying in EU rather than leaving without deal, in event that there is no negotiated exit. SNP have been contemplating putting up amendment to that...
tonight 10 conservatives voted to revoke article 50 and cancel brexit they are foreign minister mark field mp
Tonight 10 Conservatives voted to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit. They are: Foreign minister Mark Field MP PLUS Guto Bebb MP Nick Boles MP Ken Clarke MP Justine Greening MP Dominic Grieve MP Richard Harrington MP Phillip Lee MP Antoinette Sandbach MP Ed Vaizey MP
eu court advocate general rules that uk can unilaterally revoke article 50 in other words in theory we could j
EU court advocate general rules that UK CAN unilaterally revoke article 50 - in other words, in theory, we could just say - stop the Brexit bus, we want to get off (long running case and european Advocate General has just released ruling)
this like the sign ups for the put it to the people march has had a massive boost from recruiting sergeant thi
This, like the sign-ups for the Put it to the People @open_britpress March, has had a massive boost from Recruiting Sergeant @theresa_may this evening ... Petition: Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU. https://t.co/hnxx5opC4D
prime ministers official spokesman pm is not prepared to revoke article 50this is not something she is prepare
Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman: “PM is not prepared to revoke article 50...This is not something she is prepared to countenance.” Just in case you naively thought the current constitutional crisis would persuade the PM she doesn’t have to deliver Brexit, one way or another.