Brexit is Dead - Another nail in the coffin.

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Another nail in the coffin for Brexit and the hopes of 17.4 Million people.

Anyone who thought the European Union was about to allow one of their biggest cash cows leave without a fight were very unsure of how the European Union works.

73% of MP`s in Parliment voted to remain in the 2016 referendum. The ruling by the European Court of Justice now hands power back to the 73% of British MP's and gives them a golden opportunity to vote down Theressa Mays deal on Tuesday and push for a new referendum by cancelling Article 50. At the very least Brexit could be another 2-3 years away, the most likely outcome, however, will be a new referendum where Remain will go all out to change the dynamics and push to keep the UK in the EU.

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This is the size of the majority in the House of Commons against Brexit


We have already seen how the Leave.EU campaign has been smeared with claims that Arraon Banks had somehow unfairly influenced the referendum result with overspending and according to the National Crime Agency’s (NCA) separate investigation into suspicions of “multiple” criminal offences committed by Arron Banks and the Leave.EU campaign.

It is “very likely” that the UK voted for Brexit because of illegal overspending by the Vote Leave campaign, according to an Oxford professor’s evidence to the High Court.
Leave ‘very likely’ won Brexit referendum due to illegal overspending, Oxford professor to tell High Court

Despite the targetted claims against Leave.EU, the UK government and the remain campaign outspent the Leave campaign by an additional £5 Million. Yet no claims that the extra £5 Million influenced the decision of the people.

The Remainers have been playing a long game of chess, putting all their pieces into place before the final move that will see the May government collapse as her deal is rejected by not only remainers buy the majority of Brexiteers.

Even late last night, (Sunday) Channel 4 hosted a Brexit debate where Caroline Lucan of the Green party has discussed that those calling for a new referendum would like a very simple choice, May Deal or remaining in the EU.

The timetable of future events will most likely fall this way,

Tuesday 11th December 2018,

Parliament rejects the Brexit deal with May losing her vote with around 84 MPs.
Upon Losing her vote Labour table an immediate no-confidence motion on the British Government
May wins her No confidence vote with a majority of around11 MPs including the DUP.

Wednesday 12th December 2018, A leadership challenge is made within the Conservative Party against May

Thursday 13th December 2018, May travels to Brussels where she informs the European Union that the United Kingdom has rejected the deal agreed by her Government and the EU.

Friday 14th December 2018, The European Union makes a statement that the EU will not accept any other deal than the deal proposed. The rejection of the UK Parliament brings a no deal Brexit closer and the EU will now make preparations for a No deal Brexit. They Urge the UK to reconsider their stance.

Theressa May will announce her resignation as Prime Minister.


Next Week and beyond.

The Conservative Party will implode with serious infighting.

The Brexiteers will want a Leave Prime minister, the Leavers who are the majority will vote in someone Like Amber Rudd another leaver as the new PM.

The new PM will call for a second referendum on leaving the EU, it will be supported by Parliment by around 70% of all MPs backing the new binding referendum.

The new PM will table another vote, this one for the suspension or cancellation of Article 50. This will also be supported by around 60% of MPs.

A new referendum will be held in the Summer of 2019, the result this time will be in the region of around 60% voting to remain in the European Union.

The EU accept the UK's decision with agreements that the UK will in the future consider joining the EU and other closer political ties.

Brexit is dead, Long live the EU.

European Court of Justice rules UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50 and halt Brexit

The EU’s top court has ruled the UK can revoke Article 50 and halt Brexit without the permission of other member states.

A judgement by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on Monday gives the UK the right to unilaterally withdraw its notification to leave the EU.

European Court of Justice rules UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50 and halt Brexit
 

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More Howling at the Moon from the Guy that said the Whole Cabinet would back the Deal.... picoms6
 

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All these predictions of what MIGHT happen...you should be doing the lotto if you can predict the future other wise it's better to keep quite and not make silly predictions that may or may not come true.

Nobody knows how Brexit will turn out because it's never happened before. Sit back and enjoy the show.
 

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More Howling at the Moon from the Guy that said the Whole Cabinet would back the Deal.... picoms6
They did back the deal.

"The collective decision of cabinet was that the government should agree the draft withdrawal agreement and the outline political declaration," May said outside her Downing Street office after a five-hour-long meeting she described as "impassioned".
 

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All these predictions of what MIGHT happen...you should be doing the lotto if you can predict the future other wise it's better to keep quite and not make silly predictions that may or may not come true.

Nobody knows how Brexit will turn out because it's never happened before. Sit back and enjoy the show.
73% of all MPs voted Remain in the EU. Today the European Courts handed them back power to stop Brexit.
 

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It looks increasingly like there will now be a Hard Brexit

Rulings like this will only be [rightly] seen as further interference by the EU in the UK's internal affairs

If it fails in the Commons tomorrow then Tory MPs who want her out will make their move

Its unlikely a more conciliatory Leader of the Conservative Party will take her place
 

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It looks increasingly like there will now be a Hard Brexit

Rulings like this will only be [rightly] seen as further interference by the EU in the UK's internal affairs

If it fails in the Commons tomorrow then Tory MPs who want her out will make their move

Its unlikely a more conciliatory Leader of the Conservative Party will take her place
There just wont be a hard Brexit.

73% of all current MPs voted remain, the European Courts have just told them they can stop Brexit.
 

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There just wont be a hard Brexit.

73% of all current MPs voted remain, the European Courts have just told them they can stop Brexit.
The British People decided otherwise

The MPs are not voting on whether the UK should stay or go

They are going to vote tomorrow on under what terms they are leaving...

But surely you know that?
 

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They did back the deal.

"The collective decision of cabinet was that the government should agree the draft withdrawal agreement and the outline political declaration," May said outside her Downing Street office after a five-hour-long meeting she described as "impassioned".
You missed the bit were they started resigning picoms6
 

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The British People decided otherwise

The MPs are not voting on whether the UK should stay or go

They are going to vote tomorrow on under what terms they are leaving...

But surely you know that?
It is likely May will go, wither a No confidence vote or the Conservatives remove her.

Either way we are left with a majority of those in Parliment being remainers, the new PM will also likely be a remainer. If a motion is tabled for a 2nd referendum vote which is likely then Parliment will vote for it.

Do you honestly think 73% of Parliment who voted remain will accept a hard Brexit?
 

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You missed the bit were they started resigning picoms6
Resign all they want, The UK government accepted the deal, cabinet accepted the deal. It is, however, a pointless exercise by you because its all rather pointless now.

You and I both no May's deal will not go through, maybe you can enlighten me and others just what happens next in your opinion?
 

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But you said it would go through picoms6

Brexit is unstoppable, like the Eurozone Crisis- look at France & Italy- Greece + Cyprus still ready to keep over after both being expelled from the EZ via Capital Contols, then there is Deutsche Bank.

The Brits dodged a Bullet, they know this...
 
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