Brexit w/c 11 March - Shat Myself on Purpose Guys


#1661

Lovely stuff


#1662

fucking hell, Sir John Hayes is a colossal prick.


#1663

In the words of Devo: Whip It! Whip It Good!


#1664

The order of votes is likely to be (from 5pm):

  • H – Wollaston/ second referendum
  • I – Benn/ indicative votes (plus Powell amendment to Benn)
  • E – Corbyn/ alternative Labour Brexit
  • J – Chris Bryant/ ruling out another meaningful vote

If Benn’s passes, Corbyn’s amendment falls. And then main motion, as amended.


#1665

Do you think he’s overplayed his hand here?


#1666

What, specifically, does he want Corbyn to do? Has he actually said or is he another one of those melts who thinks JC is a fucking wizard who refuses to wave his “no brexit” wand?


#1667

He wants Corbyn to not be the Labour leader. I think that’s the long and the short of it.


#1668

Everything is definitely always Corbyn’s fault.

Corbyn’s fault they had a referendum in the first place innit.


#1669

He’s convinced Corbyn has another blinder up his sleeve just waiting to be played.


#1670

I won’t blame the bad people, I’ll blame the scapegoat.


#1671

Amazing that a lot of them think Corbyn is incredibly thick and useless, yet is also made of blinders and could stop Brexit Thanos-style if he so desired


#1672

Wonder what happened in the second case. Did he spontaneously combust?


#1673

If Corbyn (in his capacity as Councillor for Haringey Council) had campaigned harder for a No vote in the 1975 Referendum on the EC/Common Market then we wouldn’t be in this mess now would we?


#1674

I like the follow up tweet where he claims he’s solved the problem that loads of Labour seats voted to leave.


#1675

41


#1676

:smiley:


#1677

Did she…beat him up?


#1678

Probably crushed him with de feet.


#1679

was all up for some parliament yesterday, can’t really be bothered today though.

Dunno why


#1680

Think you’ve probably got a politics hangover.