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Old 13.10.2016, 14:54
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Before the vote the clear majority of PMs were Remainers. It seems to me that has changed by quite a bit, and I doubt Leave can be ignored, especially after May's "Brexit means Brexit". But that doesn't change due procedure.
Some MPs may have shifted from the remain camp into the leave camp, or at least into the "I don't agree but let's respect the will of the people" camp.

But I don't know if sufficient MPs will have made that shift. I think there is a real probability they could still vote to reject the whole thing.
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