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Old 06.10.2019, 14:05
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It's not clear to me that this is possible, because there is no "agreement between the UK and the EU under Art50(2)." The commons themselves rejected the proposed agreement, and under house rules it cannot even be reintroduced in the current session. S.4 therefore presents Boris with an impossibility.

The opposition seems to have overlooked is that you can’t enforce an order for the impossible (plenty of caselaw).

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Of course it is not clear to you....

The HOC refused to ratify the agreement.... the agreement was signed by T. May and is sitting there still awaiting ratification. How do you think she could have kept bring it back if it had been rejected.
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