Oct 17, 2019 -- 1:00PM, impossible123 wrote:
If this was F1 the 'Leavers' would have an equivalent of one pit-stop in hand over the rest on fresh tyres starting the final lap.
Oct 17, 2019 -- 1:41PM, impossible123 wrote:
A trade agreement is mutually beneficial thus the sooner the commencement the better for UK plc and The EU.
Has the potential to be mutually beneficial but cannot possibly be better than the one that is already in place.
If you think it can be, please explain.
Oct 18, 2019 -- 2:29AM, sageform wrote:
What difference would an extension make other than persuading a lot more investors to move elsewhere or delay any new investments in UK? Without a General election, which none of the opposition parties want, how will a delay change anything? The latest poll by Yougov is quite startling. Con 37, Lab 22, Libdem 18, Green 5, BXP 11. That suggests that if the deal is still on the table and most of the Brexits return to Con, Boris will have a very comfortable majority. That in turn suggests that there will never be a 66% vote for a new election so the uncertainty will drag on for another 3 years. The alternative is for a few more MP's to support the deal tomorrow and the blockage is cleared.
Once no deal is absolutely off the table the opposition will take the GE option so that would take care of your point about an extension.
The issue for many will be workers rights and food standards- any Labour MP voting for a Johnson deal that will further deregulate will be gone in a heartbeat.
Oct 18, 2019 -- 3:08AM, anxious wrote:
About 20 to 30 Labour mps will vote for this i think
Give us names.
|Party||Aye||No||NVR||Teller - Ayes||Teller - Noes||Total|
|Scottish National Party||35||35|
|Democratic Unionist Party||10||10|
|The Independent Group for Change||5||5|