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Let's Tell The EU To FUCK OFF! Hard Brexit - Yes Please! Sign The Petition

 
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With some reason, they don't believe Theresa May will ever go for a 'no-deal' Brexit. And even if she did, they think it's worth risking recession throughout Europe if that's what's necessary to teach the Brexiting Brits a lesson.

As if to demonstrate that mindset in Brussels, the French magazine Le Point last week reported a conversation from 2016 with the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, in which the Frenchman declared: 'I shall have succeeded in my task if the final deal is so hard on the British that in the end they'll prefer staying in the EU.'

We can't say we weren't warned.

But I don't see the British people quailing in the face of President Macron's latest threats. The British Parliament, however, is another matter.

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NEW PETITION
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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

69,198+ signatures
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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

71,897+ signatures
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Also lets get rid of Dominic Grieve

Thread: Petition to unseat Traitor Dominic Grieve
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NEW PETITION
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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

76,000+ signatures

At 100,000 signatures, this petition will be considered for debate in Parliament


picking up speed


Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances
1,353 signatures in the last hour

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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

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At 100,000 signatures, this petition will be considered for debate in Parliament
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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

79,000+ signatures

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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

86,000+ signatures

At 100,000 signatures, this petition will be considered for debate in Parliament
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Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances

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bump to get more signatures please



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We just need another 2,150!

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Signed! With pleasure.
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At 100,000 signatures...

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Yes, Yes Yes

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Government responded:

The Government’s policy is not to revoke the Article 50 notice. The British people gave a clear instruction to leave and we are delivering on that instruction.

In 2016, almost three quarters of the electorate took part in the referendum and 17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union. This is the highest number of votes cast for anything in UK electoral history and the biggest democratic mandate for a course of action ever directed at any UK Government.

In 2017’s General Election, over 80% of people then also voted for parties committing to respect the result of the referendum - it was the stated policy of both major parties that the decision of the people would be respected. The Government is clear that it is now its duty to implement the will expressed by the electorate in the referendum.

The British people must be able to trust in its Government both to effect their will, and to deliver the best outcome for them. As the Prime Minister has said: “This is about more than the decision to leave the EU; it is about whether the public can trust their politicians to put in place the decision they took.” We recognise that to do otherwise would be to undermine the decision of the British people, and to disrespect the powerful democratic values of this country and this Government.

To revoke the Article 50 notice would go against the referendum result and is not a course of action the Government feels we should take. The Government continues to be committed to delivering on the instruction given to us by the British people; working to overcome the challenges and seize the opportunities this brings to deliver an outcome which betters the lives of British people - whether they voted to Leave or to Remain.

In doing so, we will honour the mandate of the British people and leave the European Union in a way which benefits every part of our United Kingdom and every citizen of our country.

Whilst we note the judgment in the recent Wightman litigation, the Government's policy is not to revoke the Article 50 notice.

Department for Exiting the European Union
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Government responded:

The Government’s policy is not to revoke the Article 50 notice. The British people gave a clear instruction to leave and we are delivering on that instruction.

In 2016, almost three quarters of the electorate took part in the referendum and 17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union. This is the highest number of votes cast for anything in UK electoral history and the biggest democratic mandate for a course of action ever directed at any UK Government.

In 2017’s General Election, over 80% of people then also voted for parties committing to respect the result of the referendum - it was the stated policy of both major parties that the decision of the people would be respected. The Government is clear that it is now its duty to implement the will expressed by the electorate in the referendum.

The British people must be able to trust in its Government both to effect their will, and to deliver the best outcome for them. As the Prime Minister has said: “This is about more than the decision to leave the EU; it is about whether the public can trust their politicians to put in place the decision they took.” We recognise that to do otherwise would be to undermine the decision of the British people, and to disrespect the powerful democratic values of this country and this Government.

To revoke the Article 50 notice would go against the referendum result and is not a course of action the Government feels we should take. The Government continues to be committed to delivering on the instruction given to us by the British people; working to overcome the challenges and seize the opportunities this brings to deliver an outcome which betters the lives of British people - whether they voted to Leave or to Remain.

In doing so, we will honour the mandate of the British people and leave the European Union in a way which benefits every part of our United Kingdom and every citizen of our country.

Whilst we note the judgment in the recent Wightman litigation, the Government's policy is not to revoke the Article 50 notice.

Department for Exiting the European Union
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thanks Wotsit. Was about to post the same thing! I must admit that I had not known that many people voted in 2016:
almost three quarters of the electorate took part in the referendum and 17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union.

Hopefully we can get on with it now and traitors like Grieve will be deselected.

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We should invade Belgium. Dunkirk, the rematch.

Bayonet the cunts.
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like u did so well last time .. remember u needed the USA and the Russians to beat the germans .. or u would all be speaking Nazi right now.

Yeah hard Brexit for sure cut the bullshit no 3 or 9 month delay GTFO.
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German anger builds over dangerous handling of Brexit by EU ideologues

group of top German economists has told the EU to tear up the Irish backstop and ditch its ideological demands in Brexit talks, calling instead for a flexible Europe of concentric circles that preserves friendly ties with the UK.

Brussels must “abandon its indivisibility dogma” on the EU’s four freedoms and come up with a creative formula or risk a disastrous showdown with London that could all too easily spin out of control.

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German anger builds over dangerous handling of Brexit by EU ideologues

group of top German economists has told the EU to tear up the Irish backstop and ditch its ideological demands in Brexit talks, calling instead for a flexible Europe of concentric circles that preserves friendly ties with the UK.

Brussels must “abandon its indivisibility dogma” on the EU’s four freedoms and come up with a creative formula or risk a disastrous showdown with London that could all too easily spin out of control.

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Good to hear.
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Done....Fucking hate the BBC.
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Parliament debated “Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances”


Leaving the European Union 04 February 2019


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I will read the petition, entitled “Brexit re article 50 it must not be suspended/stopped under any circumstances”, into Hansard so that it can have its full say:

“The full details are well known to everyone the media has covered it fully, the British people MUST be given the Brexit they voted for anything else is not acceptable to the British public ARTICLE 50 must not under any circumstances be hindered/suspended/stopped for any reason whatsoever the time is here to take action as there has been excessive feet dragging/delaying tactics by those opposed to Brexit.”



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blah, blah, waffle waffle, grunt, hurumph!

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All we want is to be able to do our thing and to allow the EU to progress in the way it wants to. Let us be friendly neighbours—let us not be awkward tenants—and let us do that in the most clear way we can, so that we can all progress and move on.

Question put and agreed to.

Resolved,

That this House has considered e-petition 224908 relating to leaving the European Union.


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HARD BREXIT NOW AND NOTHING ELSE.
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Wow did you watch the link of who debated this?

There must have been two dozen max persons.

i thought it would have been debated in full parliament.
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Wow did you watch the link of who debated this?

There must have been two dozen max persons.

i thought it would have been debated in full parliament.
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That's pretty standard to be honest.

Still good to see the amount of people who did vote.

####There's hope yet that we will leave the EU next month.
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Breaking: GBPUSD shoots above 1.2950 on hopes for a delay in Brexit
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The European Union seems to be waiting for a formal request to extend Article 50 and push back Brexit. They said such a UK request had not been received yet.

The full quote:

The European Commission said it did not receive any request for Brexit extension saying that normally the extension of Brexit deadline would not be open-ended.

GBP/USD shoots higher and hit a daily high of 1.2958 before consolidating the gains. Resistance is seen at the round number of 1.3000 while support awaits at 1.2920, which was the previous daily high, followed by 1.2870.