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  • I AM MOBIUS
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    Originally posted by pchang
    3rd time was not the charm. Oerdin and Putin May get their wish.
    I think No Brexit is more likely than No Deal.

    That's what I'm hoping for: they continue to **** about until those are the only two options, stare into the abyss of No Deal (the simple test: if Oerdin likes it, it has to be a clustastrophe of shitness), **** their self-serving collective pants and cancel Article 50.

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  • I AM MOBIUS
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    Originally posted by -Jrabbit
    So, given 8 options, Parliament voted them all down.

    This is officially a Monty Python sketch.
    Was a ****ing Monty Python sketch the moment they decided to hold the referendum! (Was a sketch behind closed conservative party doors before then)

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Never ending comedy

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  • pchang
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    3rd time was not the charm. Oerdin and Putin May get their wish.

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  • Dauphin
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    Originally posted by -Jrabbit View Post
    So, given 8 options, Parliament voted them all down.

    This is officially a Monty Python sketch.
    As parliamentary antics go, this series of votes has actually been useful. Consider:

    1) No-one expected a majority for any of these options - there is a bit of game theory and tactical voting - the objective was to gain the temperature of feeling
    2) The customs union option has immense support, as does a referendum. A majority can probably be gained for the former, the later probably not, as it is pretty much the best compromise position.

    All said though, a deal for services is far more important. Itís why people, particularly Brexiteers, banging on about WTO rules sounds so ridiculous to me. Iím not very clear on what politicians want to do about, for example, financial services passporting.

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  • BeBro
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    Tetris!

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  • Broken_Erika
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    Apparently the Tories favorite options were "No-Deal" and remaining in transition forever...
    just look at the pretty colourful graphy-picture thingy

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  • -Jrabbit
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    So, given 8 options, Parliament voted them all down.

    This is officially a Monty Python sketch.

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  • -Jrabbit
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    Yes, but the vote itself was clearly powered by straight-up xenophobia and vague fear-mongering.

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    Pretty much.

  • Dinner
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    My guess is she will be there until December. She recently won a nobcpnfidence vote and the rules say she can't face another one before this December. Now, she says she will step down early if Parliament passes the horrible EU dictated non-agreement but it is very clear there is no majority to do that.

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  • pchang
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    Theresa May might have finally used up all her lives.

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  • Sava
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    "old white men voting in non Presidential year elections ruin everything

    Have you checked demographics on life expectancy?

    "I'm a healthy male senior.
    "Dating is easier.
    "It gets better
    "I work in assisted living

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    I understand. Dinner is like a herpes labialis. Noone wants that

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    hunderends of thousands marched against brexit.

    ok you made a mistake but democracy rectified it

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yd5Fmb17jjY

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