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referendum

Brexit day, but no Brexit

Did anyone really expect them to let us leave today?

'Today... should have been the day we left the EU': Geoffrey Cox tells MPs it is 'last chance' to deliver Brexit as Boris U-turns AGAIN to say he will back May's deal in decisive vote - after No 10 warns alternative is a FIVE-YEAR delay and an election

  • Theresa May's deal faces a make-or-break vote and will warn not to vote for it would be a 'betrayal' of public
  • PM will throw down the gauntlet to Labour and her own Eurosceptic MPs, amid fears that she risks defeat
  • Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind the deal - but hardcore Brexiteers say no to 'surrender' to EU
  • If the Prime Minister does lose, allies fear she could be forced to call a General Election as early as next week
  • Mrs May made move after deciding to take step of splitting deal in the hope of getting it through Commons
  • MPs will vote only on the 'divorce' element and not political declaration on future relationship with the EU

So where does this leave us now?

It is my assertion that May was put in to sabotage Brexit. She was a remainer, she has close ties with the Rothschilds who are behind open borders and world government, so there is no way that this woman should have been put in charge of this sensitive process.

The first thing she did was to throw away her majority by calling an election when she had no reason to, then she has allowed nearly THREE YEARS to pass, in which time the fanatical remain camp has been waging a war of fear and disaster in every way possible.  We now have an army of fanatical people desperately upset because we do not want to give up our sovereignty.

Most people do not actually realise that we DO NOT need a deal, WE ARE the deal, the EU needs the UK more than the UK needs the EU, trade is covered by the WTO and trade, employment agreements are not the issue here, the issue is that the political classes do not want us to leave.

On March the 25th, Greece was celebrating its independence day from the Ottomans, (even though they have since handed ultimate sovereignty to the EU) yet the UK had people protesting to RELINQUISH  our independence!

Let that sink in!

Had we left with a hard Brexit back in 2016, the dust would have settled in a matter of weeks and everything would have been running smoothly since. I doubt very much that we will leave now, we will either be fobbed off with a reversible token gesture, or May will call an election which will be won on the basis of a second referendum (on that note, why do we not use the same argument with a general election, after all, 2/3 years later, we could argue that many people who voted have died and all those how have reached 18 since the last election need a voice?) and the next referendum will be won by remainers, not because they are a larger number, but because they are fanatical in their will to give up our sovereignty and at the same time, disillusioned Brexiteers will not bother to vote, after all…………….what’s the point?

Brexit – May Crushed

May's Brexit deal is CRUSHED: PM suffers biggest government defeat EVER by 230 votes as Tory rebels join forces with Labour in Commons showdown - and now she faces no-confidence battle

  • Theresa May suffered massive House of Commons defeat on her Brexit deal in the long-awaited vote tonight
  • Defeat by 230 votes was comfortably the biggest for a government in history, outstripping Labour in 1924
  • DUP and Tory Eurosceptics joined Labour, the SNP, the Liberal Democrats and other parties against package
  • Mrs May made a statement immediately after the vote tonight saying she would 'listen' but will not quit
  • Jeremy Corbyn has immediately called a vote of no confidence in the government in a bid to force an election

Mr Corbyn said the confidence vote would allow the Commons to "give its verdict on the sheer incompetence of this government". A Democratic Unionist Party source has told the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg they will back Mrs May in a confidence vote.  In normal times, such a crushing defeat on a key piece of government legislation would be expected to be followed by a prime ministerial resignation. But Mrs May signalled her intention to carry on in a statement immediately after the vote.

"The House has spoken and this government will listen," she told MPs.

She offered cross-party talks to determine a way forward on Brexit. President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, said he regretted the outcome of the vote and that he urged the UK government to "clarify its intentions with respect to its next steps as soon as possible"

If MPs vote to back a no confidence motion, the government, or anyone else who can command a majority, would get 14 days to win a further confidence vote. If they can't win that, a general election will be then held. Some 118 Conservative MPs voted with the opposition parties against Mrs May's deal

In my opinion, it was a mistake to appoint a 'Remainer' to be the ambassador for Brexit, why did she call an election when she didn't need to, giving away her majority, this has done little more than to give the UK nearly three years of uncertainty, with our pound slipping constantly and people not knowing where they stand.

Had she incorporated all EU law in to British law immediately, rather than announcing that policy months later, then making emergency provisions for a hard Brexit, the dust would have settled long ago. Instead, we have been subjected to months and months of scaremongering, uncertainty and division.

We are not out of the woods yet!

Lexit the Movie

Lexit the Movie: there is a big lie we want to challenge, and we need your help to do it, and we need to do it fast.

Politicians and journalists up and down the country have a simple message for you: voting Leave is for eccentric Tories and nationalist UKIPers. Voting Remain is for decent, progressive, internationalist Labour folk.

This is a falsehood, a very big one. And we’re going to make a film to explain why.

We are the Labour Leave campaign group, run by Labour MPs, campaigning to leave the EU on June 23rd. Continue reading

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