Not enough parliamentary support to hold third Brexit vote, says Theresa May



The government currently lacks the parliamentary support to hold a third vote on its Brexit deal, Theresa May admitted in a statement to the House of Commons. She said the government would oppose an expected vote to allow MPs a series of indicative votes, warning that such a process could produce ‘unnegotiable’ results
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46 Replies to “Not enough parliamentary support to hold third Brexit vote, says Theresa May”

  1. Well for what i can see is parliament is testing the people to see how far they can be pushed in remaining in the eu i personally hope at the end of this when they do betray the people that they get whats coming to them big time.

  2. This is lunacy… At this point I feel like the people are utterly ignored and inconsequential. This nation is no longer a democracy. We’ve been lied to for long enough. The truth is too plain for the lie to hold water any longer.

  3. above is a person named Theresa May, she is asking for permission for the country to get harvested by the EU.

    Theresa ( name meaning Reap, Harvester ) May ( used to ask for permission , as in May I have all your money )

    " leave the Eu as soon as possible with a deal, now on the 22nd of MAY " ( oh there that word again )

    and then shes basically says in no other possible way of taking it , it's my way or the high way, either vote my deal or we shall have no deal.

    all being opposed by a man named Jeremy Corbyn

    Jeremy ( name meaning May ( that word again )  Jehovah exalt ( exalt … raise to higher position ) ) 

    Corbyn ( meaning black hair – raven , which symbalises bad luck )

    hmmmm what a bizarre coincidence or coincide

  4. Disgraceful. A large proportion of those who voted to leave are the ones who've now changed their minds. We must be diligent in everything we do because in some instances, the consequences are irreversible or they have an effect on millions of people. I for one do not buy 'we were ill informed'. I was against leaving but I believe in democracy and as such, the withdrawal should go ahead. Aren't people aware that the rest of the world is laughing at the UK right now, the birthplace of democracy.

  5. Get her out of number 10 and get us out of the eu once and for all no deal is the only deal worth considering without selling off the union

  6. If we are ever in danger our survival will depend on the whim the wishes of a foreign power that holds no allegiance to the British Crown and is unaccountable to the British People when an MP takes office they swear oath of allegiance to the Queen but give power to a foreign ruler that's treason we will challenge you so say No Deal.

  7. No deal is better than half leaving say, No Deal because our future is best in our own hands that's just logical your stupid to think your future is best in the hands of Brussels some foreign fanny we don't even know that has no allegiance to the British Crown and is unaccountable to the British people,, a Foreign power ? who would put he's own country over our country are you serious what school did you go ffs.

  8. Don’t know what more the PM can do, she seems to be handling it with class though. We voted to Leave the EU and that outcome won fair and squarely. Leaving the EU now must happen, it’s what we voted for Theresa May.

  9. After no deal Brexit U.K. debt is actually quite well balanced. U.K. can go debt free long term

    1 trillion debt / 8 billion a year = ? How many years to repay Govt private banking loans/ debt. Only 100 years or so ..

  10. So, basically, her High-Tory-ness has once again decided to cancel a vote because she doesn't think the outcome will be what she wants.
    Is this how democracy works then?

  11. The amount of uneducated council filth in the comment section makes me purge. Can you please stop pushing your double digit IQ agenda be it against or for Brexit.

  12. All these people screaming that the marginal majority has spoken… If you’re so sure that’s what the country wants, what’s the harm in a 2nd referendum vote… Clearly we’re not leaving any time soon, so let’s just pass the time.

  13. U.K. debt is actually quite well balanced. U.K. can go debt free long term

    1 trillion debt / 8 billion a year = ? How many years to repay Govt private banking loans/ debt. Only 100 years or so ..

  14. She needs to speak to a Doctor about her spine, she is hunched over. really I am not joking, look at her side posture she had serious issues with her bones.

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