BREXIT thread


#5290

All true, in my view.


#5291

Mogg is not stupid. There is a laundry list of far thicker people in Cabinet currently and before. His greatest strength is on tv. He does get a relatively easy time in the media but watch him, he consistently pulls back interviews to two indispensable facts; that Leave won the 2016 Referendum and that the Tory manifesto pledged to leave the EU and also the Single Market and Customs Union.

Mogg is outside of Cabinet because of the ERG and it giving them a buffer. The likes of Rabb, Davies and Johnson have taken a huge hit from Cabinet involvement.

Speaking of Boris, in comparison he is a complete buffoon who regularly comes unstuck. He blags his way through life.


#5292

No deal off the table by 4 votes


#5293

Brexit is dead lads.


#5294

4 votes in it there.

Will be interesting when it comes to the crunch and if the same margin swings it the other way. if only there were votes that could swing it.


#5295

The only reason the majority is so tight is that the Tories were whipped. They have a free vote for the senior match but this is definitely a surprise.


#5296

Brexit means Brexit


#5297

British parliamentary democracy is on trial here


#5298

Will Mays proposal be voted on now?


#5299

Whose this plank on bbc news?


#5300

Malthouse battered by 210


#5301

Cabinet minister abstained and ignored the whip

:rofl:


#5302

The tans are a laughing stock


#5303

Farage on Bbc news now


#5304

So they voted for the ammendment, which now replaces May’s vote, which they’ll now vote against. Is that right?


#5305

Could be a few ministers fired soon.


#5306

Amber Rudd abstained says Sky News.


#5307

:no_mouth:


#5308

It passed again! Wow!


#5309

What? I’m watching the footie…What passed?