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Re: Brexit
« Reply #90 on: Wednesday 30-Jan-2019, 13:04* »
I have just watched (endured) PMQ's and I have to say that tempers have cooled a lot since the vote a couple of weeks ago. There was a lot more nodding of heads from both sides and Jeremy Corben has been put in a position where he really has to get involved, or at least be seen to try and get involved, rather than just heckling from the sidelines and voting against absolutely everything.

Main point. Yes the House voted against a No Deal Brexit last night but it also voted on accepting the deal with a tweak on the backstop and voting for the deal is ultimately the only way to avoid a no deal.

Unless the House is unilaterally going to ignore the outcome of the referendum......



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