UK Prime Minister Theresa May has clashed with Jeremy Corbyn during Prime Minister’s Questions after she asked the European Union for a three-month Brexit delay.
The request comes exactly 1000 days after the referendum (on the 23rd June 2016), which delivered a 52 percent to 48 percent majority for leaving the European Union.
The two leaders are squaring-off in the House of Commons just hours before Mrs May travels to the latest European Council meeting in Brussels for yet more crunch Brexit talks. In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk earlier today, the Prime Minister is believed to have asked for a three-month extension to June 30 in the hope of securing approval from MPs for her withdrawal agreement. A Downing Street source said: “PM won’t be asking for a long extension.
“There is a case for giving Parliament a bit more time to agree a way forward, but the people of this country have been waiting nearly three years now.
“They are fed up with Parliament’s failure to take a decision and the PM shares their frustration.
El líder de la oposición británica, el laborista Jeremy Corbyn, ha anunciado este lunes la presentación de una moción de censura contra la primera ministra, Theresa May, un procedimiento equivalente a una reprobación y muy distinto a una moción de censura contra el Gobierno, que provocaría un cambio de Ejecutivo o la convocatoria de elecciones en 14 días.
Jeremy Corbyn consoles Theresa May over what a terrible job she is doing over Brexit, but not before Nigel Farage makes an appearance.
A mines of moria impressions dub with each of the LOTR characters playing a different minister. Theresa May as Frodo, Boromir as Michael Gove, Gimli as Boris Johnson, Aragorn as David Cameron, Legolas as David Lammy, Gandalf as Jeremy Corbyn and Elrond as the speaker John Bercow. In this impressions dub Corbyn consoles Theresa May (Frodo) over her leave deal. Featuring cameos from Nigel Farage (Andy Serkis’ Gollum) and a glimpse into the future for Theresa May. Deals with topics such as a no deal, the irish backstop, a second referendum, the leave campaign and polls.
Charlie Hopkinson is a comedic impressionist, impersonator, voice guy, whatever you want to call it who specialises in voices from current television shows and films. His standup is a character act about a retired maths teacher, his standup set includes impressions of Sir David Attenborough, Robin Williams, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Peaky Blinders, Tommy and Arthur Shelby and Gandalf from Lord of the Rings.
Always looking to update my roster I look to try out subscriber suggested impressions in the impressions challenge series before honing the best ones. Recently I have added Peaky Blinders and Marvel / Avengers characters to my arsenal!
I currently run a number of series including:
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Impression Challenges – Trying out new impressions in a less polished form.
Impression Dramatic song covers – Voices of Reason.
Low Budget Animation – Stickman sketch remakes of Iconic Tv shows and movies.
How to do Impressions – An audience lead tutorial series where I attempt to pass on my Impressions knowledge.
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Frodo (Theresa May): Theres something down there
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): It’s Farage
Frodo (Theresa May): Farage?
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): He’s been hanging round the commons for 3 days
Frodo (Theresa May): He escaped the dungeons of South Thanet
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): Escaped? or set loose he was seen wandering round westminster at 11am with a can of special brew
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): Nigels life is a sad story
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): Yes Nigel he was once called before brexit consumed him, before it drove him mad
Frodo (Theresa May): It’s a pity the dildo can’t just be exiled to France
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): Yes, The lies, he really is a dildo damned a brexit that can’t be delivered the public are waiting for their soft border) can you give it to them Theresa?
you need to see what will happen from your constant misjudgement, I ad-vise you to see where this all ends, try these on, if you carry on down this path, this is where you will end up, and your awful decisions may rule the fate of many
Frodo (Theresa May): I wish the Brexit had never come to me, I wish none of this had happened
Gandalf (Jeremy Corbyn): So will most who live on these isles, but that is not for them to decide. The Eu need to know what are you going to do with the deal that has been given to us, there are other options in this world Theresa besides your bill of evil plus I think your really sex) like super super hawt
He says May is still in denial about the extent of her defeat last week.
He says her cross-party talks are a “sham”.
He welcomes the news that the proposed fee for EU nationals applying for settled status will be abolished.
He says May is going back to the EU to get concessions on the Irish backstop. What is the difference between a concession and a legal assurance? He says May tried this before Christmas. “This really does feel like Groundhog Day.”
He says Philip Hammond, the chancellor, told business that a no-deal Brexit would be ruled out. But he is spending £4bn preparing for it, Corbyn says.
He asks May to confirm that, if the Commons passes an amendment ruling out no deal, she will honour that.
He says Labour will set out plans for a customs union with the EU, a strong single market deal, and no race to the bottom on workers’ rights.
Labour will also back amendments ruling out a no-deal Brexit. And it will consider the case for a people’s vote, he says.