Skip to comments.Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote by majority of 230
Posted on 01/15/2019 11:55:21 AM PST by Blue House Sue
Theresa May has sustained the heaviest parliamentary defeat of any British prime minister in the democratic era after MPs rejected her Brexit deal by a resounding majority of 230.
Brexit-supporting Conservatives joined with opposition parties and the Democratic Unionist party to trounce the government in the meaningful vote, which the prime minister delayed before Christmas in the vain hope of winning over waverers.
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Will they then go back into the EU and once again be subject to the Muslim invasion?
In the tradition of the Tory Party.
Does this mean revote ?
OK, I read the whole article and still have no idea whether this is good news or bad. Any UK freepers care to weigh in?
“Does this mean revote ?”
Brexit is dead.
May is a horrible PM.
She’s an idiot
What a miserable island.
The first half sentence of the article should be a clue.
Theresa May has sustained the heaviest parliamentary defeat of any British prime minister in the democratic era...
Awful just awful
So now they are NOT leaving the EU? if the people voted to leave, then parliament just says no..... I’d say a civil war may be on the horizon.
This was her preferred outcome don’t kid yourself. There’s that photograph of her with Merkel and that other woman they all went to school together they’re all part of the globalist cabal Illuminati yada yada yada Bilderberg yada yada yada yes this was intended. No borders no borders that’s probably their motto.
My greatest fear is that Mays incompetence leads to irresistible pressure for a new election that puts Jeremy Corbyn in power. This would be a world-historical catastrophe.
May is a disaster and needs to step down!
No, it means there will be a hard Brexit, the phony Brexit is dead.
No, Brexit will now happen automatically and whatever adjustments need to be made will be made over time after Brexit.
Seems like its a cross road for the UK. They can 'hard' Brexit, or they can snivel out and ask for another vote. I think todays vote signals a hard exit. But what do I know?
An interesting bit of revisionist history about Neville Chamberlain. No idea if true, or not
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