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Discussion in 'Liverpool' started by Garlic Klopp, Dec 3, 2018.
BREXIT=Constitution Crisis May pig in the middle.
some reason I can't see these on phone.
I can't see them on my computer.
Is it funny?
That you can't see things on your computer? I've heard better.
I see dead people.
jimmy probably knows a good shrink, he will help you out
Only a virtual shrink though
Theresa May Suffers Historic ‘Contempt of Parliament’ Defeat Over Secret Brexit Legal Advice On Brexit
thats a resigning matter imo.
The Commons supported a motion, backed by six opposition parties, demanding full disclosure, by 311 votes to 293.
So the question is where was her "majority" She has 315 tories and supposedly 10 DUP = 325. she was obviously 32 short.
This clearly gives an indication of where she will be on 11th december.
proir to this vote may attempted to refer the thing to privileges.
The government’s amendment calling for the dispute over Brexit legal advice to be referred to the Commons Privileges Committee has been narrowly rejected by 311 votes to 307.
That shows a clear 311 votes in the house today against the government (both votes show this)
And 307 people voted with her on this one and then mysteriously 14 of them vanished and didn't vote on the contempt one.
So clearly 14 people will now be known to the pm and whips as doing this.
i don't have the full lists of who voted but.
Scottish National Party 35
Liberal Democrat 12
Democratic Unionist Party 10
Plaid Cymru 4
Green Party 1
the above is 327. That leaves only 16 people missing form the entire "opposition benches" if you include the DUP.
May has 315 and 307 voted with her on first = 8 people missing.
MPs are now voting on Conservative MP Dominic Grieve's amendment to the timetabling motion for the Brexit deal debate.
The amendment would allow any further motions voted on in the Commons under the EU Withdrawal Act to be amended.
whatever that means.
It seems to mean that if she turns back up with a new motion with the withdrawl again after being defeated this lot can make amendments to that motion and insert no deal is not possible.
And so we get to the rub.
We vote "no but also no to no deal" so you get in a circular cycle that the only deal on the table is rejected but we aint leaving without a deal.... hence... how can you leave?
How many times does he think he can leave UKIP to get attention?
He is a rogue,wherever he cannot have his way he will checkout.
And check in again.
Like a high class hooker in the penthouse suite
So the number of Tory rebels is 26.
That all makes a second referendum more of a possibility. Or even just staying in.
In the end the are all spiralling and like **** doing down a drain eventually something is going to fall into the middle and become the oh lets try this option.
It seems assured the first vote will be lost and that triggers a timeline.
What motions parliament triggers then really doesn't stop that.