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Old 20.03.2019, 17:42
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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I'm now more confident that the UK will escape Brexit by the skin of its teeth, through revocation of the Article 50 notice. The BBC reports that "Mrs May said Commons votes had already been held on different Brexit options and the 'one positive thing' that had been agreed was to rule out a no-deal departure on 29 March". With parliament ruling out no deal and an EU (French?) veto of the request for an extension, that pushes May into the corner that she has probably been searching for all along: revocation, as the only remaining option.
May needed the parliament's order to issue the notice to invoke A50 so logically she needs one to withdraw as well. Another thing that will neer happen.
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