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Thu Mar 14, 2019, 12:14 PM

Remainers go for the kill: MPs will vote TODAY on plot to delay Brexit for years and a second refere

Remainers go for the kill: MPs will vote TODAY on plot to delay Brexit for years and a second referendum - but furious Brexiteers slam Bercow for blocking their move to rule out a People's Vote

Speaker John Bercow has selected four amendments to Theresa May's motion on delaying Brexit tonight

MPs will vote on whether they support a second referendum and blocking a third vote on May's Brexit deal

The most significant amendment is to stage 'indicative' votes on what kind of Brexit Parliament would back

Showdown on the terms and purpose of the almost inevitable delay to Brexit comes to a head at 5pm tonight

Votes are all part of a crucial build up to the EU Council next week when May will ask for a delayt to Brexit

Donald Tusk will urge EU leaders to agree a 'long extension' to Article 50 to give Britain time to 'rethink'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6808689/Remainers-launch-bid-force-soft-Brexit.html

If there is a substantial delay, it seems likely that there will be at least a new prime minister, most likely elections, and quite possible a new referendum.

In which case the air will be let out of the Brexit balloon and the UK will most likely remain in the EU until the EU itself disintegrates. And there is a somewhat higher probability of that, with the UK in the EU.

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Thu Mar 14, 2019, 12:19 PM

1. Hundreds of thousands of young moslem male ''refugees'' are sure hoping the border gates remain open

as per EU rules.

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