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Old 19.03.2019, 09:35
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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How so? The UK is still in the EU until it is officially out on March 29 or later. If Parliament revokes Article 50 before that date, UK is still in the EU.

The only way the UK would have to reapply for membership is if it actually leaves.
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There is no way. A new application for membership would be required.
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No deal could happen and weeks after the UK will be begging to go back to the negotiating table to undo the damage...hopefully it won't get there but I don't see Art 50 been revoked, no one has the balls.
As I understood it, Troublawesome was talking about a situation where the UK had crashed out of the EU without a deal, but then had regrets and wanted to "undo the damage".
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