Autumn Brexit Thread - The Yellowing

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#1041

We’ll look back at it as peak UK in a few years time :neutral_face:


#1042

It was probably the zenith of UK-Europe relations in retrospect too


#1043

I found this interesting when it was published


#1044

I’m rioting if there’s no Albion Market


#1045

:roll_eyes:


#1046

Imagine my expression of purest shock!!!


#1047

That’s not what they were saying earlier today…


#1048

Perhaps tellingly, all the Labour MPs quoted and mentioned by name in the BI article are different from the ones cited in the Independent


#1049

Few people in either article actually committed to voting one way or another either.


#1050

pretty much exactly what I’ve been hearing from my #westminster pals for the past few months, btw.


#1051

Several of us would likely abstain.

Eurgh.


#1052

I missed that. Imagine being the MP who decides to have no view on the largest single vote Parliament’s held in decades if not longer.


#1053

#1054

I don’t remember. I was 12. Can you enlighten me? :slightly_smiling_face:


#1055

“Given the way in which the [EU] has behaved and the corner they’ve put Theresa May into, there’s no deal which I can see at present which will command a majority in the House of Commons,” the [DUP] told the Belfast News Letter.

Arrrrgggghhhhhhh

Mr Wilson added: "I think that anybody looking at it objectively would say that what is on offer from the EU is a far worse deal than a no deal, and therefore she’d be mad to be railroaded into accepting it.”

ARRRRRGGGGHHHHHH :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:


#1056

#1057

Oh wow :smiley:


#1058

What bollocks now?


#1059

Bet she’s going to walk away from negotiations.


#1060

What do we think?

  • Recall article 50, resign and brexit is over.
  • War on France

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