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    Exclamation House of Commons votes against ALL Brexit options - AGAIN

    So tonight the House of Commons voted again on motions relating to Brexit options, again organsied by the Remainers in Parliament. The disgraceful Speaker, who has destroyed one of the oldest offices in the land, again sided with Remainers and refused any actual Leave options on the ballot paper. A total disgrace - we've never seen anything like it and the damage from this will be long-lasting.

    And what happened? The 4 fake Brexit options failed YET AGAIN.

    Following the failure of Remainers, Nick Boles MP (who was recently deselected by his local party) resigned the Tory whip.


    The PM *must* go for No Deal in 11 days time and enact the result of the democratic referendum, or the Conservative Party faces a complete collapse. It is going to split regardless at this point, but she can either lose 10 to 30 Remainer MPs or 170+ Leave MPs and the bulk of the Tory Party membership.

    RESPECT OUR VOTE OR PAY THE PRICE
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    If the below is true, this now means the majority of the Cabinet back No Deal. The Cabinet is to meet this morning.

    The Cabinet, majority of Tory MPs, majority of members, majority of Tory voters now moving to No Deal. The political gravity is shifting.
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    Only ignorant fools with zero knowledge of the economic impact want No Deal. Pound drops dramatically everytime we edge closer to no deal, costing businesses more and thus risking more jobs.

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    Ahh yes, tell us all with your magical foresight exactly what the impact is of every decision anyone can make
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingJesus View Post
    Ahh yes, tell us all with your magical foresight exactly what the impact is of every decision anyone can make
    A deal or a way forward offers stability, allows businesses to know the economic standing of the country, hence facilitating the decision and investments.

    A no deal offers un certainity, reduces investment and forward planning.

    I import a lot, the fluctuating GBP makes a huge difference.

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    How can constant extensions/delays and then years of fruitless trade negotiations offer stability?

    And on today's events, I have to say - as a Tory member, if you put a gun to my head now and said May or Corbyn, I would pick Corbyn. I thought nobody could beat Tony Blair in the compulsive liar contest, but she's pretty much there. Her entire premiership has been utter shit.
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    I'd rather have uncertainty that we can work with and mould ourselves than a stable shit situation where we bend over for the good of the European Empire at our obvious and provable expense
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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    How can constant extensions/delays and then years of fruitless trade negotiations offer stability?
    It does not offer stability, but an extension offers hope of of a stable or a "known" future. No deal leads to uncertainity which reduces investment in UK and thus devalues the GBP.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingJesus View Post
    I'd rather have uncertainty that we can work with and mould ourselves than a stable shit situation where we bend over for the good of the European Empire at our obvious and provable expense
    You may rather have uncertainity but businesses losing thousands every week don't want that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saurav View Post
    It does not offer stability, but an extension offers hope of of a stable or a "known" future. No deal leads to uncertainity which reduces investment in UK and thus devalues the GBP.
    How are you coming to that conclusion given we've had 3 years, the EU will not change the Withdrawal Agreement, and Parliament will not pass it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    How are you coming to that conclusion given we've had 3 years, the EU will not change the Withdrawal Agreement, and Parliament will not pass it?
    To the conclusion that no deal offers no stability? Because we have no idea how trade and imports and exports to EU and many other countries will work. Businesses will not invest in a country where there is no certainity.

    If Parliament cannot agree on any options then put the below to the public.

    a) Accept Theresa May's Deal - Yes or No
    b) If Theresa Mays Deal is rejected, should we: a) Cancel Brexit, b) No Deal Brexit

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