Brexit - Creating a Cuntocracy - Now with 4d chess option


#9683

Not likely. :clown_face:


#9684

That’ll be fun to watch, and isn’t outside the realm of possibility


#9685

May is now like the Scottish rugby team.
She has forgotten how to win but keeps turning up full of of expectation


#9686

#9687

I could easily support her. Straight talking from a politician, it’s rather refreshing.


#9688

I wish Lisa Nandy would let loose like that.


#9689

Opening credits of Newsnight were hilarious.

Meaningful Vote III rises from the dead!


#9690

It seems that thirteen ministers may have defied government whips by abstaining on the vote.

I’ll bet none of them are sacked.


#9691

Theresa May is the ultimate 4D chess warrior. Unsuccessfully whipping against her own motion and then voting against it takes some beating.


#9692

She’s fucked. DD is going to help her.

:woozy_face:


#9693

Yes expert negotiation is what is required - Do you know any expert negotiators David?


#9694

I doubt if he could negotiate a fuck in a brothel.

Disingenuous.Fucking.Chancer.


#9695

Normal politics does not apply here.


#9696

Apparently he’s much better when he remembers to bring his notes, and a pen, to the meetings.


#9697

Yeah right.

The chances of him being able to read, write and contribute to a meeting at the same time?


#9698

Greg Clark waffling for all he’s worth on Peston. “we’re not going to get 100% agreement”

FFS, 52% would be a miracle


#9699

So, no deal it is then, Unless the EU chuck us a bone, and then it’s no deal anyway.

In the meantime, JC will get a cross party deal done and dusted and TM will take it to the EU leaving JC to effectively run the subsequent 2 year Trade Deal.All of that without a GE.


#9700

Fucking hell, Steve Baker spouting more shite than an elephant with diarrhoea.


#9701

The Speaker was moderately peeved about the same material being thrust upon the house again and again today. I think that there is no chance he would turn down MVIII, but after that I think he would be justified in saying no to further re-runs.

It is being suggested that the ERG can vote against May in a confidence vote any day after March 15th, secure in the knowledge that the Government would have 14 days to present a new leader and gain the confidence of the house. By the time Parliamentary sittings restart we would be out.


#9702

The moment the people justify abnormal politics is the point we make the unacceptable acceptable.