View Poll Results: 10 days left, what'll it be?

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  • Hard Brexit (crash out)

    45 48.91%
  • No Brexit (Remain by revoking A50)

    24 26.09%
  • Withdrawal Agreement (after a new session is called)

    0 0%
  • Extension + Withdrawal Agreement

    3 3.26%
  • Extension + Crashout

    9 9.78%
  • Extension + Remain

    11 11.96%
  1. #17021
    Quote Originally Posted by Nymrohd View Post
    Nope. The original extension would naturally move to May 22nd IF the House voted on the Withdrawal Agreement, which evidently has not happened
    The original extended extension to May 22nd required parliament to pass the withdrawal deal by the end of last week, so the opportunity for that extended extension has completely expired now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nymrohd View Post
    And the end date of that extension would NOT be May 22nd. I think that the UK would need to go through a formal legal process several weeks before that in case they'd be participating in the elections so the EU cannot grant an extension past that date (which I think is in the first week of May). Any extension past that point would require the UK first commit to running elections.
    Precisely, which is what the EU needs to insist on before granting any further extension beyond 12th April.

  2. #17022
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Precisely, which is what the EU needs to insist on before granting any further extension beyond 12th April.
    How's a GE going to help? They shouldn't grant an extension based on this imo.

  3. #17023
    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    How's a GE going to help? They shouldn't grant an extension based on this imo.
    UK participation in European Parliament elections, not a UK GE.

  4. #17024
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    UK participation in European Parliament elections, not a UK GE.
    Ah, ok - sorry. Yes.

    She could be planning to only request an extension of Article 50 to May 22nd. This would take the EU's deal timetable offer and apply it to her no-deal circumstance. All the talk of working with Jeremy Corbyn and an indicative votes back-up mechanism would, in this interpretation, not really be meaningful. It would simply be there to convince the EU to extend their offer without the UK having to pass legislation to take part in the elections.

    OK

  5. #17025
    Hopefully someone mentions to the dumb blond pile of shit that we haven't actually left the EU yet
    Last edited by Dizzeeyooo; 2019-04-02 at 07:50 PM.

  6. #17026
    Quote Originally Posted by Nymrohd View Post
    lol dude, calm down.
    I'm very calm, I was just curious how someone can function without being able to do something as simple as google.

  7. #17027
    Quote Originally Posted by blothmoth View Post
    I'm very calm, I was just curious how someone can function without being able to do something as simple as google?
    Are you able to use google to demonstrate where the EC has tonight agreed to grant the UK a second extension until the 22nd of May?

  8. #17028
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Are you able to use google to demonstrate where the EC has tonight agreed to grant the UK a second extension until the 22nd of May?
    Yes, you type in BBC news or your other news outlet of choice and find out whether that has happened or not.

    I'd add: there are smart four-year olds can google.

  9. #17029
    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzeeyooo View Post
    Are you able to use google to demonstrate where the EC has tonight agreed to grant the UK a second extension until the 22nd of May?
    Yep, exactly

    Burner - what is it exactly you think you're arguing about here?

  10. #17030
    Quote Originally Posted by blothmoth View Post
    It would take you 5 seconds to google it. Are you really that stupid? How do you manage to turn on your computer or feed yourself?
    If you had googled it, you'd have seen that the council will decide on April 10th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blothmoth View Post
    I'm very calm, I was just curious how someone can function without being able to do something as simple as google.
    You tell us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blothmoth View Post
    Yes, you type in BBC news or your other news outlet of choice and find out whether that has happened or not.

    I'd add: there are smart four-year olds can google.
    See, unlike you, we know that the council has to agree to any extension. Like, explicitely, 27 heads of member states have to be in a room and cast votes. This hasn't happened today. It won't until April 10th. Learn how the fucking EU works before you shitpost like that.
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  11. #17031
    Btw do we have any idea yet if there will be another round of indicative votes tomorrow?
    Hail Lilith and see you in Hell!

  12. #17032
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nymrohd View Post
    Btw do we have any idea yet if there will be another round of indicative votes tomorrow?
    I may be wrong but I half-remember Thursday being floated around.

    But we'll have to see what scam May and Corbyn cook up before then.
    Elizabeth Warren is the neighbor in the horror movie who drives by the haunted house and is like “hey guys seems bad in there want to come with me?” and America is the family that’s like “nah it’s probably not that bad there were only chainsaw noises in the night that one time!”

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  14. #17034
    You know what will solve everything? General elections so a new government without a working mandate can be selected!

  15. #17035
    Quote Originally Posted by Nymrohd View Post
    Btw do we have any idea yet if there will be another round of indicative votes tomorrow?
    Tomorrow is Letwin / Cooper bill to legally oblige May to seek extension past April 12. Not sure I see the point: she has today agreed to this. The crux is the terms of any extension. As far as I know, no third set of indicative votes planned as yet. Will depend is she and Corbyn ‘agree’ on anything.

  16. #17036
    So it turns out Uri Geller was on This Morning this week and he was explaining that he was going to stop Brexit with his mind. So ummmm, yeah. Get rekt Brexiteers, it's not our MPs fault they can't implement Brexit, it's Uri Geller you need to blame.

  17. #17037
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    So it turns out Uri Geller was on This Morning this week and he was explaining that he was going to stop Brexit with his mind. So ummmm, yeah. Get rekt Brexiteers, it's not our MPs fault they can't implement Brexit, it's Uri Geller you need to blame.
    What a twat :-). Btw, he wants to influence May's mind. Isn't that some kind of assault?

  18. #17038
    In other news... just got a mail from Google telling me that in the future all payments are routed through Google Ireland instead of Google UK. That's pretty undramatic. Just one more company taking their business out of the UK. We're talking about hundreds of different stories like this by now. I wonder, how long can you say "It's just one company, but those 350 million per week will make up for it!" before it gets ridiculous? I mean, even if there was 350 million per week...

    Edit:

    Just to continue this trend of good news for the EU:

    https://www.fnlondon.com/articles/ba...elled-20190128

    The world’s biggest investment banks will not reverse plans to shift billions of dollars and thousands of jobs out of the UK even if Britain ends up staying in the European Union, senior bank executives and people with knowledge of the plans revealed to Financial News.

    In a big blow to the City, at least eight of the largest investment banks in London, including Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, have said they will shift a significant proportion of their operations to Europe irrespective of the outcome of Brexit.
    Oh, Dribs... now you have to crash out. You really need those 39bn and the 350m a week to compensate for this. Still feeling like a winner, are we?
    Last edited by Slant; 2019-04-03 at 12:30 AM.
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  19. #17039
    Quote Originally Posted by Slant View Post
    Oh, Dribs... now you have to crash out. You really need those 39bn and the 350m a week to compensate for this. Still feeling like a winner, are we?
    Again, a significant proportion of the British public will see this as good news. We don't like banks, and don't care that they support the nation. Rather have less work that's honest than just be a haven for crooks. Which is what bankers are without exception.
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    Damnit hubcap, you are such a retard.
    Seriously guys, this forum would be a better place if everyone just stopped acknowledging Zenkai. It's just demeaning to everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Again, a significant proportion of the British public will see this as good news. We don't like banks, and don't care that they support the nation. Rather have less work that's honest than just be a haven for crooks. Which is what bankers are without exception.
    Isn't one of the proposed plans after Brexit to become some kind of tax-haven?
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    So, look um, I'm not a grief counselor, but if it's any consolation, I have had to kill and bury loved ones before.

    A bunch of times actually.

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