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Old 22.03.2019, 09:50
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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You must really like May if you can force yourself to focus on the 2-week unconditional extension instead of the 2-month conditional extension.
I think its been correctly mapped out now though by Europe hasnt it ? They know that May's deal wont pass, they have given a 2 week but instead of saying "and thats it" they have said "in which you can present your alternative" which is the beautifully delivered cross for a Boris Johnson let thumping header which is leadership challenge / governement Collapse / general election which then leads to second referendum which then leads to article 50 revocation which then leads us back to where it all started.

It's actually delivered pretty impressively in terms of political engineering.

The real question, is who is in on it ? Tony Blair - definitely. all the EU leaders - definitely.

Some of the cabinet have talked to the EU negotiating team ? Probably.

Is May herself in on it which is why she gave the stinging speech to wind them up ? Possibly, would show amazing courage to pull of that kind of trick.

Is all of our parliament in on it ? Could it be, that they all know what the Master plan is and the whole thing is a well planned charade to move the country back to where they want it to be while making the people think its just an unlucky combination of events ? that'd be a shocker but you never know.
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