Ive already thought of the name for if theres a brexit extension..
I call it brextension
@Tis but a scratch, *cringes*
It's just damn depressing at this point, it has been 3 years since we voted to leave. I prefer a clean no deal but when every day, literally, its the same crap I'd take ol' BJ's deal so its over.
@Heda , Amen. They spend three years faffing, vote down every option, scream about needing ‘a deal’ to go in front of them, then vote to not look at it when one is offered! Really sick of politicians at this stage.
@Nellybert , i know, apparently reading 110 pages in 3 days is too much for some.
Where I live we voted 62% to leave but our MPs are staunch remainers and have blocked leaving at any chance they get. No wonder they're afarid of an election...
@Heda , And it’s not like they don’t have entire teams of political researchers to work through it for them - they don’t all need to read the whole damned thing on their own!
@Heda , And what about the MPs who jumped ship to the Lib Dems? Bet they’re not in a hurry to face their constituents!
@Nellybert , That gave me whiplash when I first saw it :D. They say the PM should be held accountable by parliament, but shouldn't parliament be held accountable by the people? I really dislike hypocrites...
"406 constituencies voted to leave, 242 voted to remain in the EU referendum."
If MPs voted how people wanted them to any vote would be a whitewash. The brexit vote was my first (I'm 22) and I sure as sh*t will not be voting again.
@Heda , doesn't it fvcking suck voting for politicians just to watch them bicker amongst themselves over shjt the people have already voted for and not get a single damn thing done while claiming to be working in the interests of the people?
*Cries in american*
@Heda , no deal won’t be good for us though. We should never have had a referendum on this. People voted things for things that Brexit wouldn’t even get them
@Unkle77, yes some people were ignorant of what they were voting for, no doubt about that, but that also includes those who voted to stay. And to think there shouldn't have been a referendum on an issue that a significant amont of people and politicians thought needed to be resolved because you didn't like the potential outcome is a very authoritarian outlook
@Heda , By this point the only way to conclude this debacle is a no-deal Brexit. BJ knows this and is willing to accept and take the heat for it, but it seems nobody else in Parliament is.
@Heda , im with you as well on that
As long as it is a national holiday.
@Bad Suggestions, facks. I’ll celebrate anything if I get to take the day off and grill meats. Hitlers birthday? We’re having brisket motherfvckers be here at 3
I knew it!
You ARE a carnivore. *smug look on face*
I am really afraid that this brexit will result in the end of the UK. You can see it develop already. To solve the backstop dilemma, they accepted Northern Ireland to economically stay in the EU. Making the hard border the sea between Northern Ireland and Scotland. The later was reluctant to leave the EU to begin with and starts to wonder why Northern Ireland gets to have the privileges that they crave. What we are seeing is the beginning of an independent Scotland and an Irish reunion. I think it was a big gamble to organise that referendum and we have not seen the end of it...
Easy have the British military make parliament agree to leave, or the people will vote on a new one, and also a new parliament building will be needed.