Do you have one shred of evidence to support this idea. Were UKIP MPs getting elected. You're just describing your remoaner behaviour and claiming that your opponents are the same because that avoids you having to accept that your behaviour is not really that mature. Yes you are behaving just like the SNP who also can't accept that their idea isn't popular.If it had been 52/48 Remain, I'm pretty sure the Brexiteers would not have gone quietly into the dark EU night. That was the mandate upon which they went to the hustings each General Election and they would have continued to do so, especially given a result that close.
Not really, he’s merely asked what Parliament demanded but added his own rider. Now let’s see the fur flySo Johnson was lying when he said he would not ask for an extension. The signing trick is ridiculous, the letter counts as the UK request for an extension. So the EU is authorised to grant an extension if they want, which wouldn't be possible without the letters sent by Johnson.
Read his letter. he makes it clear that he is not asking for extension, but has been compelled to send a letter by fcukwits of MP's backed up by the Court.So Johnson was lying when he said he would not ask for an extension.
The EU are happy with the revised WA. It has been accepted unanimously by the Heads of Government of all 27MS. The ball is firmly back in MP's court. They could, of course, go for a revocation of A50, but the ensuing General Election would be a massacre for the Labour Party. Even Corbyn isn't dumb enough to wish for that.Read his letter. he makes it clear that he is not asking for extension, but has been compelled to send a letter by fcukwits of MP's backed up by the Court.
His letter complies with both the Benn Act and the Courts ruling.
Nowhere did the Benn Act or the Court specify, or even mention that he could not send a 2nd letter, detailing why an extension should not be granted.
The ball is now firmly in the EU's court. If they are happy with the deal that Johnson and the EU agreed, and wish Brexit to happen on 31 Oct, all they need to do is deny an extension.
Job done. Vote for the Johnson deal on Monday or Tuesday, or leave the EU on 31 Oct with no deal.
For all the barricades that have been placed in Johnson's way, it appears that he is on track to deliver what he said he would deliver.
Have to disagree.The EU are happy with the revised WA. It has been accepted unanimously by the Heads of Government of all 27MS. The ball is firmly back in MP's court. They could, of course, go for a revocation of A50, but the ensuing General Election would be a massacre for the Labour Party. Even Corbyn isn't dumb enough to wish for that.
The unanimity of the EU rather suggests that endless extensions will not be granted. In any case, the absolute cut off for them is 30/06/20. I am reliably informed that Macron exploded with rage yesterday and that a couple of antiques are in need of some restoration.*Have to disagree.
The ball is firmly in the EU's court. Allow or deny an extension.
As long as the EU keep issuing extensions, the ball will never be in the MP's court. They will continue to frustrate, go running to Court and do everything they possibly can to deny Brexit happening.
Your having a laugh mate. To take responsibility would mean revoking A50 or calling a GE.
Neither is going to happen.
Errrrr.... you do realise how that reads?Not me mucker -
. Though plenty of people who didn't grow up in a normal household also manage to live productive lives, without blaming their problems on others - oddly enough, those who don't wallow in self-pity tend to have superior genetics.
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