Theresa May Brexit Deal Resoundingly Rejected by U.K. Parliament….

The British Parliament resoundingly rejected the proposed Brexit deal put forth by Prime Minister Theresa May earlier today.  Government officials on both sides of the contentious economic argument, globalists and nationalists, found little to support in May’s insufferable attempt to split the baby.  The vote was 432-Nay, and 202-Yea.

(Via Fox News) British lawmakers on Tuesday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed deal to exit the European Union by a resounding 432-202 vote, dealing a major setback to negotiations just 10 weeks before the United Kingdom is set to withdraw from the international body.

The vote leaves the country with no clear plan to implement Brexit and raises questions about May’s future as prime minister. The rejection was widely expected and dealt the British government its biggest defeat in the House of Commons in more than a century.

[…] The deal was doomed by deep opposition from both sides of the divide over U.K.’s place in the bloc. Pro-Brexit lawmakers say the deal will leave Britain bound indefinitely to EU rules, while pro-EU politicians favor an even closer economic relationship with Europe.

The government and opposition parties ordered lawmakers to cancel all other plans to be on hand for the crucial vote. Labour legislator Tulip Siddiq delayed the scheduled cesarean birth of her son so she could attend, arriving in a wheelchair.

As lawmakers debated in the House of Commons chamber, outside there was a cacophony of chants, drums and music from rival bands of pro-EU and pro-Brexit protesters. One group waved blue-and-yellow EU flags, the other brandished “Leave Means Leave” placards. (read more)

 

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226 Responses to Theresa May Brexit Deal Resoundingly Rejected by U.K. Parliament….

  1. The Ruling Class of England (yes that includes the House of Commons) had no intention of passing BREXIT.

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    • Sunshine says:

      Exactly. Her strategy was and still is procrastination. But she didn’t expect such a defeat.

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      • swampratterrier says:

        You said it!!!!!

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      • piper567 says:

        didn’t we just go through some sort of vote of no-confidence in May, just a couple of months ag?
        and nothing changed.
        any prognosis on this big downer, maybe from a local?

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        • Hereward the Woke says:

          Problem is that a no-confidence vote in May means a general election, which Labour (think Democratic party run by AOC) might well win. That would be disastrous all round. If nothing happens before March 29, as stated above, hard Brexit with no deals goes into force. That’s the best option and the closest to what we voted for. Basically, anything might happen. May might get pushed out. I’m sure as we write that she’s scuttling off to her masters in Brussels to beg for more time.

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      • yaosxx says:

        Her place in history is assured: as well as one of the worst Prime Ministers we’ve had, she also managed the WORST defeat in the history of Parliament. WAY TO GO TREASON THERESA! GO CRY IN MAMA MERKEL’S BOSOM!

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    • Yy4u says:

      Brexit like our shutdown is a test as to whether the voters have a say or it is just a grand illusion…either the Brits (and by extension us) are citizens or subjects. May IMHO was trying to prevent such a showdown probably so the elite xould regroup and force a revote which of course they would win. Then everyone could go back to pretending there is no world governing class. If the unwashed masses figure they have been had too soon, why they might put on yellloq vests and bring the temple down.

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    • Revelation says:

      Exactly. I’m a Brit, and Treason May’s deal sucked.

      It was Remain (on worse terms than we have as members) dressed up as Leave.

      It is astounding just how Bone Headed and duplicitous our PM is.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      Substitute “Trump” for “Brexit” in the first sentence and it sounds exactly how the deplorables feel:

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      • Chance says:

        Pat really hit this one out of the park! As Dee Paul Deje says, just substitute “Trump” for “Brexit” and this exposition describes our situation to a tee!

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      • Normally Quiet Observer says:

        Well said Pat! Here here! My wife (a Brit), and I (an American), are both praying for our respective countries survival! Americans must stand strong behind our President to Drain the Swamp, and UK residents (not all of them ARE Brits you know) buck up, and force the governments of our countries to deliver what was promised!

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      • GB Bari says:

        Perfectly articulated!

        A Must Watch if you have not yet taken the 10 minutes and 34 seconds required to view it.

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      • TigerBear says:

        Thank you for sharing this brilliant mans words. I absolutely enjoyed this video and I have bookmarked his youtube page. 👍🏽👍🏽🙂

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    • Realist says:

      True our inept incompetent Traitorous Politicians never had any intention of doing what the Voters overwhelmingly voted for because of course ‘they’ know better than the ‘great unwashed’ do what is good for them. You think you ‘do nothing Congress and Senate’ are bad they don’t hold a candle to the uselessness of the ‘Mother of Parliaments’. I have never been a fan of DICTATORSHIPS but my God the UK needs a DICTATORS strong hands now anything is better than this mockery of Government, by ALL Parties, that the UK suffers from.

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    • Barnestormer says:

      That the UK will exit the EU is a matter of current statutory law, accomplished by 1) Parliament’s initial act of submitting the leave/remain decision to a binding plebicite; and 2) the subsequent nationwide vote in favor of “leave” by the citizens of the UK. No further act of Parliament is required to effect “Brexit, and a legislative act would be required to override it.

      The smashing defeat In Parliament tonight was of P.M. May’s proposed deal with the EU on the TERMS and CONDITIONS of Brexit, not of its occurrence. Which is why there is talk of a “hard Brexit” (Brexit with no deal with the EU at all), and why a “hard Brexit” is identified as the default result in the absence of a departure agreement with the EU.

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      • @ Barnestormer, thank you for the clarification.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        Succinctly stated, sir!

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        • Barnestormer says:

          Thank you all three above. Here in relevant part is the UK statute that mandated the Brexit referendum (technically, a more accurate term than plebiscite, as the final question was put to voters), in which referendum the “Leaves” prevailed by nearly 4 points. You’ll note that the choice put to a vote is unconditional; not subject to a favorable departure deal or other qualifying terms:

          European Union Referendum Act 2015
          2015 CHAPTER 36
          An Act to make provision for the holding of a referendum in the United
          Kingdom and Gibraltar on whether the United Kingdom should remain a
          member of the European Union. [17th December 2015]
          E IT ENACTED by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and
          consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present
          Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—
          The referendum
          1 The referendum
          (1) A referendum is to be held on whether the United Kingdom should remain a
          member of the European Union.
          (2) The Secretary of State must, by regulations, appoint the day on which the
          referendum is to be held.
          (3) The day appointed under subsection (2)—
          (a) must be no later than 31 December 2017,
          (b) must not be 5 May 2016, and
          (c) must not be 4 May 2017.
          (4) The question that is to appear on the ballot papers is—
          “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave
          the European Union?”
          (5) The alternative answers to that question that are to appear on the ballot papers
          are—
          “Remain a member of the European Union
          Leave the European Union”.
          (6) In Wales, there must also appear on the ballot papers—

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    • Esperanza says:

      This is the opposite actually. If no deal then article 50 has the UK out automatically end March. Actually I can see no downside for the UK for a hard Brexit. I would love to see Sundance’s MAGUK take.

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  2. riverelf says:

    I predict….a booming week in yellow vest sales across the pond.

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    • Carrie says:

      I wish the Brits would rise up and be heard- but sadly, they simply lower their heads in a resigned manner every time the gasoline tax was raised- again and again. I wonder what it will take for them to finally do something. Here is is absolutely obvious that the will of the people is not being heard. The referendum was absolutely clear- out meant out- no tricks. Even Cameron said that and May pretended to agree….

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      • kevin king says:

        Not true. I have been in Budapest by design since 01/12/2018..ie out of the country preparing for moving my Ltd to Hungary. The tax year for me (Corporation tax) runs from May to May and so far I have only spent about 60 days in the UK since the end of may 2018. This means even if I go back for 10 days each month to visit my good ol’ ma I will not be liable for tax…assuming I deregister from the electoral roll ( which I will do if we do not exit on March 29th). I am sure I am not the only one…I believe you lot call it ‘No taxation without representation’…..

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      • mopar2016 says:

        Sharia May doesn’t really want to Brexit. She’ll continue to do what Brussels wants.
        She’s just another Angela Merkel or Hillary Clinton.

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        • A trio of Babylonish whores.

          Oops, did I say that? 😇

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        • msAnnThrope says:

          May, Merkel and.Hillary (until DJT came along) …3 w omen in charge (Everybody just knew Hillary was going to win). The leftist feminist dream.

          Unfortunately none of this trio of hags is a Golda Meir or a Margaret Thatcher and only perpetuate the stereotype of females being unable to govern effectively. (I would throw in Macron who is an Honorary feminist — a soy boy). As a woman with a brain, I am as horrified by these dames as men should be by Obama, Romney and Carter being male.

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      • guyinworld says:

        they don’t even act when thousands of young girls get raped.

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    • john says:

      What stock symbol is that?

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    • redridge45 says:

      Packs of 10 on cheap on amazon, probably made in China! US made are about $12. 🙂

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  3. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    She should resign immediately.

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    • Yes. But that won’t get BreExit passed. They have no intention of passing it. I bet the next step is to call for a New Vote on BreExit.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        No doubt, the powers that be want to stop Brexit. You’re likely right, that her stepping down won’t help the cause.

        She’s irrelevant; we need Brexit to happen. She’s been so damaged by this, anyways, that it’s over for her one way or the other.

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        • Carrie says:

          Hubris- sheer hubris. I don’t think she will resign. But Lord knows that woman should. She had the gall to sneer “What DO you want then?!” after her crushing defeat. Pathetic woman.

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        • Barnestormer says:

          Following Parliament’s rejection today of her proposed Brexit deal with the EU, May essentially dared the opposition to her government to move a “confidence” resolution, which the Labor Party leader Corbyn promply obliged. Parliament is scheduled to debate and vote on that resolution tomorrow, a vote which she is widely expected to win.

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        I think you are right RTD.

        Wasn’t this mess today actually the scripted first step to eventually inform the UK serfs that they will have to vote all over again… for clarity of course.

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        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          Of course…..but what will the great unwashed masses do when “shockingly” Brexit narrowly passes, of course? Riots? Members of Parliament fleeing the country during the dead of night?

          Don’t you know Barak “I Love Old White Caack” Obama wishes he could be in charge over there….where they have no weapons (to speak of) with which to protect themselves from an overreaching, out-of-control, tyrannical government?

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          • Pied Piper says:

            Zerobama is only thinking about the next line on the mirror. At this point, and for most of his 8 years really, he’s just a Weekend at Bernies clone that isn’t dead, just incapacited by the stuff in his nose. Prop him up, roll him out, tell him what to say.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        If the British government is foolish and stupid enough to hold another Brexit vote when the people are already spoken, the whole lot of them just might find themselves being run out of the Parliament building and then tarred and feathered in the streets.

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        • dallasdan says:

          That whole class system facilitates and perpetuates the enrichment of the privileged and the oppression of the commoners. I intuitively knew it was an aberration when I first learned of it in elementary school.

          If the citizens of the UK allow their Brexit referendum to be ignored and subsequently overturned by a rigged re-vote, they can cry alone in their warm beer.

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        • guyinworld says:

          tarred and feathered? ……

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      • Revelation says:

        The thing is right now, the law says we leave on the 29th March.

        Right now that means with no deal (which is actually a proper Brexit)

        The thing to watch is how our scumbag political class try to subvert this over the next couple of months.

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  4. Sherri Young says:

    So…do you think that one of the big reasons that Trump has not released the unredacted documents was so that he could not be accused of influencing the Brexit vote?

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    • trapper says:

      I would phrase it differently, but essentially yes. The Brits need to stay focused on Brexit, and the US should not toss any distractions into the mix.

      Get Brexit done. The Brits should have spent these past months negotiating bilateral trade deals with key EU countries, like Trump did with Mexico and Canada before terminating NAFTA. Now there is little time left, but it can still be done. Get to work, cousins!

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      • Crwys says:

        The EU does its trade deals as a bloc. You cannot do individual trade deals with Germany, France, Belgium, Italy etc. Only with the EU bloc. The EU as an entity is in charge of the trade deals, so none of the individual counties have their own trade negotiators.
        The irony of that, of course, is that (until Brexit) neither did the UK. In negotiating her awful, non-Brexit Brexit deal May had a team with no experience of negotiating trade deals against a well oiled EU negotiating machine. The outcome was unsurprising.

        Supposedly under EU law the UK cannot negotiate a trade deal with another country before Brexit, because EU law still applies in the UK until Brexit actually happens and that law states that the UK can’t even enter into negotiations.

        The EU has both of the UKs hands tied behind its back and has no intention of letting go. The May deal that’s been voted down was not planning the EU at all, only losing influence and becoming a vassal state.

        No deal brexit is the only true way out. I doubt we will be “allowed” it.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Excuse me but why shouldn’t the U.S. “toss any distractions into the mix” ??

        The bastard UK pro-EU govenment tried to influence OUR 2016 election by helping to smear & frame Donald Trump. I think that warrants a payback right to their groin.

        Show the Brexit folks just how much of a bunch of bastards their government truly is – not only trying to overturn their Brexit vote but also trying to overturn the U.S. election of a great anti-Globalist President.

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    • cali says:

      @Sherri Young: In my opinion I don’t give a flying f%%k what the leaders of the UK thing because:
      They actively interfered into our election during 2016 and continue to stroke the old guard Mueller to continue the coup set in motion in 2016.
      Think about the old queens council concocting the plan titled: “The 16 Year Plan to Destroy America” that began with the plant and Manchurian candidate in 2008.

      Their satanic witch not suppose to lose as they were convinced the plan they hatched in the UK together with their mercenaries in the US was ironclad.

      She lost and with that the NWO architects in their posh towers in London lost too.

      So no – the declassification delay is NOT based on these satanic freaks in the uK but rather as a result of the Mueller spiel that must be brought to a close. Only then will we get the declassified documents.

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  5. Carrie says:

    Predictions for the no-confidence vote on May tomorrow? I’m going to guess that the cons will still support her and she will scrape by. But then continue meaningless negotiations with the EU instead of doing the right thing- No Deal. Corbyn and Labour are just a shambles and they have so many anti-Semitic people in that party now. I also think that May will try to do anything but No Deal.

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    • railer says:

      They’ll keep May. That serves all Tory sides.

      Corbyn would rather the Tories keep them in the EUSSR so he doesn’t have to wear that stain, although he’s with the remain crowd too. He figures he’ll take over after the Tory rump revolts following the betrayal.

      There’s just as much Uniparty there as here, folks. Don’t believe any of the hype.

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      • WES says:

        I suspect Corbyn wants out of EU so he would be free to nationalized industries in Britain!

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        • swampratterrier says:

          The UK will be better off all the way around to treat Europe as their traditional enemy it has always been and to tax the Hades out of all EU imports into the UK.

          The UK has enough Commonwealth trading partners that they don’t need the stinking corrupt PU.

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    • Crwys says:

      Turkeys do not vote for Christmas. No sane MP wants to be re-voted on by the electorate in such uncertain times. Corbyn is posturing, it’s theatre. Well, pantomime really.
      May will win the no confidence vote (just, her majority is very small if you include the DUP) unless the Tories completely implode.

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  6. Artist says:

    Just don’t let Jeremy Corbyn anywhere near #10 Downing St!!!!!!

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  7. Bort says:

    Rue Britannia

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  8. I think the only one surprised by this is Ms. May.

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  9. I think the only one surprised by this is Ms. May.

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  10. pnj01 says:

    As an Irish American, I am very happy to see Britain in this pickle.

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  11. Mike in a Truck says:

    To quote a great man: “WHO CARES”

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  12. Sorry for the double post. Guess I was impatient!🤔

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  13. railer says:

    Let her stay. She’s feckless and power hungry and that promotes the failure that’s needed right now. It’s for the best if the UK just crashes out of the EUSSR in 10 weeks, and figures it out on the fly.

    They’ll probably vote to delay the crashout though, and then take another stab at an agreement. It’ll be better if May stays for that and taints it, so it can be voted down again.

    At that point, they’ll probably try to schedule another referendum nationwide, but by then the people will be so fed up they’ll vote again to exit. Then they can seriously get it done.

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  14. Derek says:

    Theresa May has absolutely served her purpose and that was to delay delay the brexit deal for as long as possible so they can hope to have another vote… if her crap deal passed they would have been fine with that too (would have been so bad the uk people begged to be let back in)… the tories screwed everyone by putting a remainer in charge.. no way to square that unless the intention was a brexit in name only or now more likely a second vote… a vote which will happen again im sure if the population doesnt get it right again… we will vote and vote and vote again til you vote the right way

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  15. frances says:

    Well May was a staunch remainder, there was never a question that she would botch the negotiations, and botch them she did.
    She and her pals will now call for a second referendum and as was done to Ireland when they voted no on the banker bailout, they will force a vote and a vote yet again until they get the answer they want.

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  16. Only one way forward for the Brits…………..they have to get a revolutionary spirit. But they have no history of such stuff, unlike the American Colonies, or India. The Brits are sheep. They cling to a royal system that tells them they are serfs and peasant class.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      That’s why the Brits have pre-emptively banned all kinds of Yellow Vest activity. They knew this was coming, and that they could face what Macron is facing (and the UK should face it for this betrayal).

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Have to confirm this is true, but read a blurb somewhere saying that a number of Yellow Vest activities have already been banned in Britain.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Correction, this does NOT seem to be true. My mistake. Although one of the proclaimed UK Yellow Vest leaders (James Goddard) did apparently face blowback.

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      • soronme says:

        There was a small yellow vest protest in Trafalgar square last Saturday. I watched it via live streaming feed. The cops were “ok” considering the Metropolitan police force is on the side of Sadiq Khan and the Islamists.

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    • kevin king says:

      hmm…we had a revolution in 1642..it was a dress rehearsal for yours. Many of the ancestors of the colonists who left for the US in the early 17th century fled from Norfolk and Charles the first’s tyrannical rule…..where do you think you got the genes from?

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      • Some of my ancestors were from Cork and they weren’t to be trifled with.
        Unfortunately two wars killed off a lot brave men.

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      • You mean the Glorious Revoluiton when one ruling monarchy replaced the other ruling monarchy? That isn’t the kind of revolutionary spirit I was referring to.

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      • Akindole says:

        Pretty much true as far as I can tell at the 10th generation point. However, I refuse pay Ancestry for Eurodata, so I can’t confirm it. Funny thing, though, those genes over here lead to hard core volunteers in every fighting war the U.S. ever had. And, they survived, obviously. The single historical disappointment was one Kelley clan member from Polk county Missouri who wore blue and held the rank of lieutenant for some unknown reason. (He also was swapping wives [and kids as far as I can tell] with his brothers during and after CW1). So, DNA does go wrong occasionally (as it has with 30% of the population here), and that Strzok gene seems to pop out and survive long enough for them to inbreed.

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    • rf121 says:

      May want to check the history books first.

      43–51 — Caratacus sets up guerrilla resistance to the Roman invasion.
      61 — Iceni rebellion against Roman rule under Boudica.
      83–84 — Caledonian resistance to Roman rule
      367–8 — The Great Conspiracy
      450–550 — Romano Celtic resistance to Anglo-Saxon occupation
      870–80 — Alfred the Great
      1068–75 — Rebellions against the Norman Conquest
      1135–1154 — The Anarchy
      1211 — Welsh Uprising
      1215–17 — First Barons’ War
      1321–2 — Despenser Wars
      1381 — The Peasants’ Revolt
      1450 — Kent Rebellion of Jack Cade
      1455–87 — The Wars of the Roses
      1497 — The Cornish Rebellion
      1534–5 — Silken Thomas Rebellion, Kildare, Ireland
      1536 — Lincolnshire Rising and the Pilgrimage of Grace
      1549 — Kett’s Rebellion
      1549 — Prayer Book Rebellion
      1554 — Wyatt’s Rebellion
      1569 — Rising of the North
      1594–1603 — Nine Years War in Ireland
      1605 — The Gunpowder Plot
      1607–46 — The Levellers
      1641 — Irish Rebellion
      1642–51 — English Civil War
      1688 — The Glorious Revolution
      1688–1788 — Jacobite rebellions
      1817 — Pentrich Rising
      1819 — Peterloo Massacre
      1831 — Second Reform Bill riots

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      • rf121 says:

        And in the US, the Civil War proved one thing for sure. If you stand up in mass against the Federal government it will come in and crush you. Many of our liberties now have just become a facade.

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        • Rudy says:

          I’m beginning to believe we need to have CW2 and rectify that. I probably had ancestors involved in every single one of the fracases listed above, and I am up for another.
          Getting really pi**ed off.

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        • msAnnThrope says:

          Civil War was really second American Revolution (states tried to break away from government). A civil war is when two factions fight for control of the country. . South, like colonies, just wanted to get she’d of a government they considered overbearing. Not saying South was right, not saying slavery was right, not saying USA wasn’t better off remaining United, just that it wasn’t a civil war.

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  17. CAMaven says:

    Dumb b****. Didn’t she poll members before the vote? Epic defeat.

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  18. L4grasshopper says:

    Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but…..if Parliament does nothing, then there is no BREXIT at all, correct?

    So why would Parliament, which probably has a slim, but definite, majority of Members who are opposed to doing what the people voted for, bother to do anything?

    Would not lack of any action mean that nothing changes?

    Or has the EU actually done something that has already changed the relationship with the UK in anticipation?

    Thanks.

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    • railer says:

      They crash out in 10 weeks, absent an approved agreement.

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      • Revelation says:

        Its not a crash out — its actually leaving.

        All this talk of deals is to cover that they’re trying to tie us into a Frankenstein of seeming to leave but still being tied to the EU’s political institutions.

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        • swampratterrier says:

          Great comparison.

          UK Citizens don’t want to be the Bride of Frankenstein.

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        • bessie2003 says:

          So that’s a good thing, right? Leaving without any deal with the European Union would mean that Great Britain is now its own nation again? Free to be and do what they want to be and do without having to pay homage (or money) to the EU?

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          • msAnnThrope says:

            As i understand it, leaving means Britain is in control of Britain rather than Brussels being in control of Britain. Sort of like a state being in control of the state’s business rather than DC?

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    • JohninMK says:

      As I understand it notice has been given and we are out of the EU on the 29th March, period. This situation was complicated by a vote passed last week that said the Government couldn’t crash out with no deal. But I am not sure how those two are compatible.

      Given the chaos now here the EU will almost certainly not budge an inch, they didn’t do anything to help May get this vote, nor incidently when Cameron was after a better deal in 2015 when this could have been headed off at the pass. They think if pushed to the cliff edge that the British will back down and pull the Article 50. If they force us to a second referendum, like they did to the Irish, there is likely to be an even bigger majority for out.

      Whilst some of you have been pretty disparaging about us Brits here it is our lilly livered leaders your are describing. We, the great unwashed, are made of different stuff. When they stupidly gave us an actual vote about something we care about they got the shock of their lives. We will not let it go. We are not revolutionaries like the French (were you aware that the Yellow Jackets are still growing in strength? 350,000 on the streets last weekend, going for the banks next, creating a bank run by pulling their cash out).

      The EU leadership hasn’t really understood that the British people, unlike their vassals on the mainland, do not respond well to bullying, never have, never will.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        “But we are the people of England; and we have not spoken yet.”

        May I suggest you real Englidhmen go back and read G.K. Chesterton’s poem, “The Secret People.” He had it figured out, JohninMK.

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      • Revelation says:

        “This situation was complicated by a vote passed last week that said the Government couldn’t crash out with no deal.”

        It was a motion, not a law. Right now we leave on the 299th. And changing the law ios complex and time consuming. They’ll try to bonce parliament into extending the Article 50 deadline, although all 27 EU nations have to agree.

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      • Walt says:

        We understand about ‘lily livered leaders.’ And that they aren’t representative of the people who don’t have better choices at election time.

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      • swampratterrier says:

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      • msAnnThrope says:

        I admire the British people. Their leaders not so much. May is a real nothingburger.

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    • Phil Free says:

      This man spells it out. The law, as voted, says — Britain leaves on March 29, with, or withOUT a deal.

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      • cthulhu says:

        I always get the feeling that Jacob Rees-Mogg could hoist a pint and have a laugh as well as Nigel Farage — but, whenever he’s on-camera, he’s playing a character named “Jacob Rees-Mogg”.

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      • Petrel says:

        Much like our own Democrat & Republican UniParty, many British Conservative and Labor Party MPs really belong to a UK UniParty and are much indebted to the EU for all sorts of funding. Though actually a “Remainer,” CINOS (Conservatives-in-name-only) rallied for Mrs May, to avoid a Prime Minister who was actually a Conservative.

        Jacob Rees – Mogg is currently being trashed in Parliament on the grounds that “he looks and sounds like a Conservative.” His defenders counter that it is about time the leader of the Conservative Party should be a Conservative.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        I hope Rees-Mogg is the next PM.

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      • I really, really like Jacob Rees-Mogg! Thank you for posting this!

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  19. snarkybeach says:

    So the choice is Communist or Incompetent?

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  20. Max says:

    The Brits have had too many generations bending the knee to some autocratic body; whether the King or Queen, The Pope, The Anglican Church, or the Parliament. Too much practice being “subjects”.

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  21. Dazza says:

    Britain is long gone.

    They have become utterly useless and spineless over there.

    Much has to do with the liberalization of the schooling system the past 30-40 years.

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    BRAVO!

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  23. MIKE says:

    The DC swamp and the British swamp are connected by the Sargasso Sea.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. TwoLaine says:

    BTW, LEAVE America out of your little squabble!
    We are doing just GREAT again over here!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. anniefannie says:

    If the Laborite don’t get a revoke their panties will really be in a twist!

    Looked like our Dims in the House of Commons today acting all arrogant. Oh wait, they weren’t negotiating with President Trump so maybe Nancy and Chuck were there in their little powder white wigs!

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  26. Justin Green says:

    There’s a name for British people who stood up for their rights and opposed government tyranny: Americans.

    Liked by 10 people

    • WSB says:

      Well, now at least we know why we left.

      Never seen a bunch of elitists who don’t want to take back their own power…complete wimps.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Revelation says:

        Do you think your Deep state uniparty would be any different? e.g. NAFTA, TTIP?

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Don’t crow too loudly there WSB, just look at our own Congress…..

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        • WSB says:

          Very true, but at least we did not intend to be a monarchy with elitist lords. These people did.

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          • lemmus1 says:

            We did not go to war against the British Crown to abolish ‘monarchy’ itself, but to rid ourselves of the current one. Republicanism arose, too a large extent, after the war.

            Washington could have easily taken a crown in 1783 at Newburgh. The army officers were ready to mutiny because of Congress’ failure to pay them. Washington talked them out of it. Most do not realize how singularly critical he was, in the aftermath of the revolution, in guiding the creation of our federal republic form of government. There were a number of narrow escapes in our formative years that history readily overlooks.

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            • WSB says:

              Oh I agree we were not looking to abolish any monarchies. Heck, we were probably shocked that the Brits took their toys and went home.

              Yes, Washington was yet another Divinely driven Son, just as our current Commander in Chief is. And always the Congress messing things up. Still today.

              Benjamin Franklin was wary and he had good reason to be.

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  27. REX says:

    Reminder : this is the same bunch of clowns implicated in SpyGate.

    Theresa May was UK Home Secretary (responsible for UK intel services) until 11 July 2016, reporting to David Cameron – and then she was PM, from 13 July 2016.

    May’s replacement as Home Secretary was Amber Rudd. One of Rudd’s closest allies and friends is Tobias Ellwood, the MP who George Papadopoulos alleged is one of the UK government officials who spied on him, at the behest of the Obama administration (for unmasking purposes) in conjunction with the then UK Ambassador – Papadopoulos alleges the UK ran a spying op from the British Embassy in DC itself.

    Man I cant wait for it all to come out. The wait will definitely be worth it.

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  28. Oldskool says:

    That BS the rnc and congressional committee did to Steve King did it for me. The only support now is for PTrump and to hell with any other rebubican outside the Freedom Caucas.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Apparently, it was time to make an example of a free-thinking Republican (King) so others would be reminded of the power of the GOPe. Oh, and making MR part of the Senate GOPe leadership team speaks volumes.

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      • lemmus1 says:

        With due respect, King made a politically stupid remark to an NYT reporter on the record.

        He used the terms white nationalist, white supremacist, and western civilization in the same phrase, and defended them as a whole rather than clearly deliniating one from another as he hopefully intended. That allowed the NYT to impugn him and any who defended him. King walked into the shi* storm all by himself and let it ripen in public before trying to rebut it.

        Were it my call, I’d have done the same as the RNC and his fellow Congressmen did. I’m tired of being called a racist misogynist pig because some loud mouth with an over-inflated ego can’t keep his lip zipped in the face of an enemy he knows will use them against us. This is how the Tea Party self-destructed. It’s why Libertarians can’t get a foothold. And if we allow it, such as this will turn independents against Trump. Fatally. Words matter.

        Trump and his agenda are a million times more important. Imnsho.

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        • lemmus1 says:

          Lest I be misunderstood, I couldn’t agree more regarding Romney. That move was a clear middle finger to POTUS and us deplorables by the Senate RINOs.

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  29. mazziflol says:

    Resoundingly Endorsed by U.K. Voters….
    What happened to that portion?

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  30. buanadha says:

    Was an interesting argument going around that Britain actually has pretty good leverage now and that a hard Brexit (without payment of the millions of Euros that the EU claims they owe) would be harder on the EU than on Great Britain. May is obviously not the one to do that, but the leverage of an Insane Corbyn may be enough to get someone useful into power and to force through hard Brexit with real negotiations after

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  31. SIMPLE BREXIT SOLUTION:

    Parliament yaps until March 30th.

    Brexit auto-executes “hands-free”.

    British escape the 39 Billion Euro “Tithe to Brexit”.

    Britain imposes a 25% Tariff on imports from each EU country that hasn’t signed a Bilateral Trade Deal with Britain … massively benefiting from the EU’s $89 Billion Trade Surplus with Britain. 😎

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    • railer says:

      Yes, it’s just that simple. Just like Trump says in our case, you can’t lose when you’re running a massive trade deficit. The London bankster crowd will get hurt a bit, but screw them. I wish we could screw our Manhattan bankster crowd too.

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      • stephen fenlon says:

        I think the Banksters are ultimately behind this mess. A lot, if not most of EU commerce is traded through the London Stock Exchange.
        I’m sure the EU suggested that if we did a hard Brexit, they had plans to establish an EU Stock Exchange. The UK banks would then lose access to all their illegal scams.

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    • Revelation says:

      “Britain imposes a 25% Tariff on imports from each EU country that hasn’t signed a Bilateral Trade Deal with Britain”

      Or like Trump we use that leverage to get mutual trade agreements for what we both need.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s a pretty big trade deficit for their economy. Wow.

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    • SteveT says:

      Except that NO EU country can legally sign a trade treaty with another country while being a member of the EU. The EU trades as a bloc with all other countries – which is why it can take years to have a trade deal with the EU, all 27 countries (28 with UK) have to agree to the terms internally before the EU commission is given the go ahead to agree to a new deal.

      At this moment, it is true that the default position (the law) says that the UK leaves the EU on the 29th March, however, a controversial (unconstitutional?) agreement last week, between the Speaker of the House and a small group of “remainer” conservatives has opened the way for MPs to introduce legislation, as opposed to the normal procedure of having “the government” (i.e. ministers) introduce new laws.
      This could mean that individual MPs could introduce new laws comparatively quickly which with the current majority of “remainers” in Parliament, could cause any combination of delay or cancellation of the currently existing pieces of Brexit legislation.
      This, incidentally, is the Parliament that says it will respect the referendum result – but it looks like they will only “respect” their interpretation of the referendum result – ( “they didn’t know what they were voting for” ). Arrogant b*****ds.

      Assuming PM May wins her no-confidence vote this evening (Wed), the elites will take the backlash and hope they can “manage it” at the next general election when things have quietened down. I shall not forget and will forever vote against them.

      SteveT

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  32. Doug Amos says:

    The contributions of women, be it Watters, Pelosi, Feinstein, Merkel or May remain bewilderingly abyssmal indeed.

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  33. jack says:

    So is this good for the “people of England” … or is this good for the globalists and corrupt politicians in England?

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  34. Beth02 says:

    I wonder if now might be a good time from Trump to declassify all the FISA spying stuff and expose all the help the UK gave to Brennan/Obama/FBI to spy on him. I don’t want to destabilize England’s governing blass but at some point the blinders have to come off, don’t you think ?

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  35. rashomon says:

    Journalist, publisher and author Conrad Black celebrates the Trump resurgence which, despite naysayers, is thriving under his promise to MAGA.

    “In fact, the economy of the United States is astoundingly strong: full employment, an expanding work force, negligible inflation and about three per cent economic growth. And it is a broad economic recovery, not based on service industries as in the United Kingdom (where London handles most of Europe’s financial industry, while most of British industry has fled), and not based largely on the fluctuating resources markets as has often been Canada’s experience. In the eight years of president Obama, the United States lost 219,000 manufacturing jobs; in the two years of Trump, the country has added 477,000 manufacturing jobs. This was not supposed to be possible, and this time, unlike in the great Reagan boom, it cannot be dismissed by the left (and it was false in the eighties) as a profusion of “hamburger flippers, dry cleaners and people delivering pizza,” (all necessary occupations).”

    https://nationalpost.com/opinion/conrad-black-americas-resurgence-is-reshaping-the-world

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  36. lisaginnz says:

    “HARD BREXIT” NOW.
    Tell EU “stuff U”
    NO DEALS
    NO MONEY
    EVER

    Liked by 5 people

  37. Franklin says:

    Here is tomorrow’s House of Commons agenda
    Notice the No Confidence item at 7:OO

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  38. Latina says:

    Yellow Vest

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  39. redline says:

    “…America ineffective,…”

    Indeed? Some may have a different view.

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  40. Donna in Oregon says:

    The fake shock was so poorly done today. This is going to drag on and on until the end of never. The British Swamp is just as crafty as the American Swamp. These Globalists are not going to give up.

    I wonder why the happy-go-lucky optimists keep posting? Hey Brits your government just gave you 2 1/2 years of the middle finger in your face. Just like the DOJ/FBI/CIA/IRS/State Dept/ DHS–oh hell all of them–have been giving Americans the finger since Donald Trump was elected.

    The Brits sit around and scratch their heads just like we do……just like the rich Elites planned. This is why they are rich and we aren’t.

    The masses are slow on the uptake, eh? Last to know….what a bunch of maroons.

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    • Franklin says:

      “Unmasking a British military-intelligence smear machine
      The existence of the Integrity Initiative was virtually unknown until this November, when the email servers of a previously obscure British think tank called the Institute for Statecraft were hacked, prompting allegations of Russian intrusion. When the group’s internal documents appeared at a website hosted by Anonymous Europe, the public learned of a covert propaganda network seed-funded to the tune of over $2 million dollars by the Tory-controlled UK Foreign Office, and run largely by military-intelligence officers”.

      “Through a series of cash inducements, off the record briefings and all-day conferences, the Integrity Initiative has sought to organize journalists across the West into an international echo chamber hyping up the supposed threat of Russian disinformation—and to defame politicians and journalists critical of this new Cold War campaign.”

      https://grayzoneproject.com/2019/01/08/new-documents-reveal-a-covert-british-military-intelligence-smear-machine-meddling-in-american-politics/

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  41. zooamerica says:

    Trying to BREXIT from the European Union is like attempting to delete Facebook from your computer. Good luck with that. Isn’t it ironic how the people of England are trying to break away from a government they don’t like? Brexit was a revolutionary vote against the EU. Over 2 years later, the people are still waiting for their winning vote to happen.

    The European Union is rooted in National Socialism – the NAZI party. Hitler would be proud of the forced integration hell England is being put through after winning the vote! Some say the EU was Hitler’s Big Idea. Now the EU leaders want to create a European Union Army. That would make NATO obsolete. President Trump is right again. Why pay for most of NATO when Germany is doing deals with Russia behind our backs, Angela?

    A European Union Army that could potentially rival the U.S. Military is a big problem. The bureaucratic “leaders” of the European Union have big global plans. Sounds familiar.

    Liked by 1 person

    • dallasdan says:

      Herding 28 member states in a manner sufficient to centrally and effectively manage economic trade and a “national” army is intuitively ludicrous. JMO

      Liked by 3 people

      • SteveT says:

        “Effectively” is not the intention, “control over” is what is important to them.

        SteveT

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      • lemmus1 says:

        Much like the Articles of Confederation proved unable to govern 13 independent states after the Revolutionary War, the League of Nations after WW1, the United Nations after WWII, and now the European Union …with member states having a veto over anything the ‘central’ government does …it simply will not work.

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    • guyinworld says:

      NATO is not obsolete, because the EU is under control of the post-sowjetunion guys. Gorbatschev and co moved to Brussels/Strassburg.

      So east europe knows that Russia is a major power in the EU bureaucracy and also a major military & intelligence power in the east by trying to conquer east europe.

      The NATO is not obsolete, east europe needs it desperatly because Russia is attacking AND West Europe is under EU/Sowjet Control.

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  42. AbeLincoln says:

    Delay and kick the can down the road at long as possible. This is all just optics. UK is lost until they grown a pair. No doubt about it.

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  43. Brant says:

    Ok, 432 nay and 202 yea. A total of 634 members of parliament I presume. England is 200 square miles smaller than Alabama and they have 200 more members in the lower house than the US? That is a big problem with us right there.

    US probably needs several 1,000 representatives to be trully representative. The fewer number is perfect size to control by the deep state.

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    • pnj01 says:

      You are right that Congress is no longer “representative.” Each Congressperson “represents” 720,000 constituents or so. In the first Congress each Congressman represented about 32,000 or so people. The first Congress would have only had 5 Congressmen if each represented 720,000 souls.

      So is the solution to increase the number of representatives to the point they’d again represent 32,000? Why that would mean a Congress of 10,000 representatives and counting. Just from an architectural pov, that would mean the Capitol would have to be replaced by an arena (make it Madison Square Garden size (20,000 seats) to accommodate growth in this day of quickening migration). More importantly, would the legion of Congressfolk needed to constitute a majority (5,001) themselves be governable. Could the Majority Whip even learn to recognize all the members of his/her caucus (“now which Jones from Chicago are you?” because Chicago would again have 100 representatives and NYC would have more than 250).

      Solution? I don’t know but I do laugh every time I hear some pompous Representative talk about the House being “the People’s House.” Rather, it is the “Oligarchs’ Lower Chamber.” And they would never go along with such a diminution of their power.

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  44. Franco says:

    Theresa May was, is and always will be a New World Order technocrat Remainer. The whole premise of David Cameron leaving was somebody who campaigned on Remain couldn’t very well carry out the exit. Well, Theresa May campaigned on Remain, so you tell me what sense that makes? It only makes sense in the context of Theresa May getting paid to deliberately F this up in the most time-consuming and obnoxious fashion.

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  45. NJF says:

    May is a disgrace. #Brexit.

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  46. Maquis says:

    I might just get to have a Guiness on March 31 after all.

    No Deal Brexit is the only way and that for which I pray.
    Some fools earlier created an amendment that gives May three days to come back with another treasonous plan, so her machinations are not yet over.

    Follow Brexit here: WESTMONSTER.COM

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  47. guyinworld says:

    “while pro-EU politicians favour an even closer economic relationship with Europe.”

    What exactly are they doing? They are openly disobeying the will of their people. This means they are traitor to the laws of their country who is paying them by the laws of the country.

    This means they need to be removed immediately from their office and the police need to check their bank account. This behaviour alone is a felony and they need to go to jail.

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  48. mashall says:

    Hypnotized by the Tele, Internet, Smart Phone, Football, Music, Drugs, Alcohol. Tyranny of Political Correctness keeps them in fear of losing their job because of the Debtor’s Lifestyle and its required Ball and Chain.

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    • mashall says:

      Then they wake up when their daughter or wife is victimized by the Forced Muslim Invasion. It’s tool late once they flooded your Parliament/Legislature,Military, Police, Public Schools and Universities.

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  49. SteveT says:

    British government vote of confidence won by 19 votes, 325 to 306.

    SteveT

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    • soozword says:

      Sorry, don’t know about the British system, but if she had lost the confidence vote would a national election be called? If so, would they be able to include another Brexit vote then? Seems like the last thing we want is another election when the hard Brexit is potentially only seven weeks away (assuming no new legislation).

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  50. Richard Orberson says:

    May is a disgrace to all of Britain. Her allegiants to the NWO and the global elite are a disgrace. People of her character should be executed History has shown many times that when a leadership does not follow the will of its people, the country soon loses it value and become second rate at best. Theresa May And her group of paid and henchmen should be put in jail for crimes against the country.

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