May Won’t Let No Deal Happen Without Parliament’s Consent

Despite MPs having overwhelmingly voted to set No Deal as the legal default when they triggered Article 50, Theresa May has again confirmed Guido’s fears that she would no allow No Deal to go ahead without Parliament consenting to it all over again. Which this Parliament will never do…

“Unless this House agrees to it, No Deal will not happen.”

No Deal died two weeks ago when MPs voted against it by 202-412 and then set the course for delay. May’s bad deal is the least worst step forward from where we are now…


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Expelled Tory MP, Richard Benyon, on the short three-day Programme Motion for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill:

“Whether you had three days, three weeks or three months debating this, you would not hear one original argument that we hadn’t otherwise heard in this process…”

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