The ever-evolving chaos over Brexit has taken yet another twist tonight.
Prevented by the Speaker from putting Mrs May’s EU deal to the Commons a third time, the Government has split the measure in two…detaching the Withdrawal Agreement from the Political Declaration about the future after Brexit, hoping thereby to attract enough votes at least to agree to leave the EU. The DUP are still saying they will vote No and so are others. The prospect of the Government winning is still very much in the balance.
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UK lawmakers have once again frustrated Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for Brexit. On Monday evening MPs voted to take control of the parliamentary agenda. They’re now set to hold a series of indicative votes on the country’s departure from the EU, in an effort to find a solution backed by a majority. May has said she won’t be bound by the results, but observers say this latest development shows just how much authority she’s lost over the Brexit process.
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In a bid to rescue her Brexit credentials, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has ruled out a second EU referendum under any circumstances.
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According to senior political correspondent for Sky News, Beth Rigby, a spokesman for the Prime Minister has ruled out a second EU referendum.
“PM spokesman says there will not be a second referendum “under any circumstances”. There wasn’t going to be a snap election either was there. #JustSaying” she Tweeted.
This is of course in response to a call made earlier by former cabinet minister Justine Greening for a second – three question – EU referendum based on either: taking the Chequers deal, staying in the EU or leaving without a deal.
A stupid idea of course, because there’s nothing more likely to return a majority of less than 50% of voters submitting valid ballot papers than a referendum with more than a binary choice.
What would they do if this were to take place and Remain got 49% and the other two choices shared the remaining 51% equally? Claim a win against the 2016 52% majority? How would that go down?
Greening’s argument is that parliament has just about reached an impasse and the only way to free the constipation is to give it the laxative of a peoples’ vote.
Well, we did exactly that two years ago and the Remain led establishment worked hard to ensure that got all gummed up, so I strongly suspect they would do exactly the same again until the electorate buckled under to give the ‘right’ answer.
And the lead up to a second referendum would only be fear-mongering politics on steroids from the Remain side.
Scott Mann resigned putting more pressure on Theresa May.
And the Mail quotes what they call a ‘senior Eurosceptic’ as saying:
“There is a cold fury about Boris, which is unusual for him. He is totally fed up with Mrs May because he feels he’s been tricked. No10 have put it about that David Davis’s resignation forced him to follow suit. But that isn’t the case. He felt she hadn’t been a straight dealer and he had to go.”
Moving on, you may hear today that fewer EU citizens are coming to the UK looking for work, which the left is portraying as a bad sign and indications of a slowing economy.
But today’s migration report from the Office for National Statistics actually says:
“EU net migration continues to add to the UK population with around 100,000 more EU citizens coming to the UK than leaving. The estimated number of EU citizens coming to the UK “looking for work” continued to decrease over the last year and the number coming to the UK for a definite job has remained stable.”
So the number of those coming speculatively has fallen. But the numbers with a job to come to are about the same as before.
And an ONS statistician commented in the press release:
“With around 280,000 more people coming to the UK than leaving in 2017, these latest figures show that migration has continued to add to the UK population. Net migration fell following record levels in 2015 and early 2016 and has been broadly stable since. This is similar to the level recorded in year ending September 2014.
“Underlying this immigration has remained broadly stable at around 630,000 and emigration has shown a gradual increase since 2015 and is currently at around 350,000.”
Now, surely amongst those 630,000 people coming in to the UK there are sufficient doctors, nurses, teachers, engineers, builders, plumbers and electricians to fulfil our needs and replace the 350,000 leaving? Or would it make more sense to replace as required on a more one for one basis? Just asking.
PM spokesman says there will not be a second referendum “under any circumstances”. There wasn’t going to be a snap election either was there. #JustSaying
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This information is verified and published on the British government website itself. On the eve of Brexit, exports to Israel grew by 75%, this is no coincidence. It’s also no coincidence that Britain is the second largest market for Israeli exports after the US.
It’s also no coincidence that since the Brexit Referendum, UK increased the number of visas for skilled workers from Israel to work in the UK. All this seems well planned. Israel has already started to control the oil rich gulf states, with it’s visit to Oman, UAE, pretty soon Bahrain and Saudi Arabia – Antichrist, Dajjal, False Messiah
Currently, trade between the UK and Israel is governed by an Association Agreement between the EU and Israel. Once the UK leaves the EU, in March 2019, that will no longer be the case, and Britain and Ziopig Israel will be free to determine deals for themselves. Britain will become fully submissive to Tel Aviv rather than Brussels.
For further information on this subject matter, I’d recommend Sheikh Imran Hosseins book, Israel’s Mysterious Imperialist agenda, in order to understand what’s going on today, it’s important we start seeing things with two eyes rather than one.
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They’ve said no – emphatically and twice – to Theresa May’s Brexit deal, but tomorrow afternoon MPs will have the chance to say what sort of Brexit deal they do want.
A group of backbench MPs has taken control of Parliament’s agenda and will make the Commons vote on a series of indicative votes. They could include cancelling Brexit altogether or a much softer Brexit. There are signs tonight that faced with that prospect some Tory Brexiteers have decided to back Theresa May’s deal after all. They might yet get a third vote on it this week.
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