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[quote=RubenR;90552441]Speaker John Bercow has thrown the UK's Brexit plans into further confusion by ruling out another vote on the PM's deal unless MPs are given a new motion.





I don't think this is what May signed up for...
Mrs May brought most of this on her own head by bleating out brainless slogans,by clinging onto power at all costs, by putting party before country on every occasion and by not having any clear plan of what she wants or how to get it
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Speaker John Bercow has thrown the UK's Brexit plans into further confusion by ruling out another vote on the PM's deal unless MPs are given a new motion.





I don't think this is what May signed up for...
Mrs May brought most of this on her own head by bleating out brainless slogans,by clinging onto power at all costs, by putting party before country on every occasion and by not having any clear plan of what she wants or how to get it
That's the whole problem there has never been a plan. There has been a lot of pretence but never a plan. May doesn't negotiate she comes up with her idea and expects everyone to get behind it. That was why she originally tried to rule parliament out of the decision. Now that is coming back to bite her. Even at this late stage it has been a matter of trying to force her will on Parliament by repeatedly forcing a vote on HER deal while the deadline creeps ever nearer. Bercow has put a stop to that and rightly so, in my opinion. It is doing untold damage to the reputation of Parliament. As one member of the audience of Question time said, "Why is a second referendum betrayal of democracy but forcing parliament to repeatedly vote on the same question isn't?"

The chancellor has now admitted that we cannot leave on March 29th because they have wasted so much time that there is no longer enough time to pass the legislation necessary to leave.
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