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Old 14-03-2019, 18:27   #8596
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Brexit delayed

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And Bravo, they have just voted against any extension.... 85 v 334, a majority of 249. Massive Labour no show.
No that was for a second referendum and Labour abstained.

The vote for delay has just passed.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:32   #8597
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No that was for a second referendum and Labour abstained.

The vote for delay has just passed.
Brexit isn't delayed yet?
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:34   #8598
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Brexit isn't delayed yet?
Well not until the EU agree I guess but it's now written into law that if May's deal passes then we leave on the 30th June and if it doesn't then a longer extension.

From the UK side No Deal is no longer the default. From the EU side it is.

But right now it appears we're not leaving this month at least.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:35   #8599
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I suspect it won't be, May's deal will get through so long as the speaker allows it to be done for a 3rd time.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:35   #8600
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I suspect it won't be, May's deal will get through so long as the speaker allows it to be done for a 3rd time.
Still will be. If May's deal passes then 30th June is the exit date.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:38   #8601
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Well not until the EU agree I guess but it's now written into law that if May's deal passes then we leave on the 30th June and if it doesn't then a longer extension.

From the UK side No Deal is no longer the default. From the EU side it is.

But right now it appears we're not leaving this month at least.
No itís not written in to law, a motion has passed not a Statute. Requires Primary legislation and Bill to be voted on and receive Royal Ascension.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:42   #8602
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Still will be. If May's deal passes then 30th June is the exit date.
Unless the EU reject an extension.
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:44   #8603
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No itís not written in to law, a motion has passed not a Statute. Requires Primary legislation and Bill to be voted on and receive Royal Ascension.
Ok fair enough but either way unless the EU says no we're not leaving this month. The Government and Parliament are now both agreed on it. I am not actually sure how this then gets put into law but I assume that's not going to be an issue for them.

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Unless the EU reject an extension.
Yes although no one expects an issue with a short extension it seems.
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Yes although no one expects an issue with a short extension it seems.
I wonder how much the EU will ask for, seeing as they've been put to a lot of trouble recently organising for a no deal scenario
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Old 14-03-2019, 18:57   #8605
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I think the EU will now be putting a lot of pressure for Parliament to vote for May's deal tbh.
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I think the EU will now be putting a lot of pressure for Parliament to vote for May's deal tbh.
Yeah good call . . it's a crap deal for the UK but nice for the EU
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Yeah good call . . it's a crap deal for the UK but nice for the EU
It's only a withdrawal agreement. The main negotiations will be around the trade deal
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Old 14-03-2019, 19:32   #8608
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I think the EU will now be putting a lot of pressure for Parliament to vote for May's deal tbh.
I agree as i think only if a deal is signed will they grant an extension.
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Is it worth going with a short extension and hope that it focuses minds or a long one so we can sort everything out?
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Is it worth going with a short extension and hope that it focuses minds or a long one so we can sort everything out?
Well, 2 years didn't focus minds...
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