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Old 21.03.2019, 23:51
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So, Mrs May has apparently lost the support of the Chief Whip... it looks like the EU will grant a short extension (into May 2019), contingent upon the MPs whom Mrs May just alienated approving her deal... another short delay might be granted so Mrs May can bully and cajole a bit more and hope to get her deal approved... Parliament already voted no to no deal and no twice to Mrs May's deal ... and apparently Mrs May is dead opposed to pulling Article 50.

So the EU will grant the short extension, Mrs May will be forced to resign (or will be pushed), the new PM will retract Article 50, there will be a general election which will see the Monster Raving Loony Party gain a majority, and Britain won't fall into the abyss after all.

OK, I made that bit about the MRLP up. But both of the major parties (and probably the DUP and the Lib Dems too) are toast.
I blame Cameron and BOJO!
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