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


#9723


#9724

Government benches demonstrating a lack of interest this afternoon.


#9725

Just a bit.

Crushed


#9726

I find not watching it unfold is a positive thing as it doesn’t remind you of what a shambles May and the Tories are making and also that MPs are total lying cunts.


#9727

That was close


#9728

Benn amendment defeated.

By 2

Corbyn amendment next


#9729

Fuck. Powell lost

Will the numbers change in Benn’s?


#9730

Could’ve done with winning Benn’s amendment. Corbyn’s amendment won’t be as close


#9731

Cost us the fun of watching the Govt. whip a vote against their own motion.


#9732

Ruth Smeeth resigns from Lab FB.

I’ve resigned from Labour’s front bench this evening in order to vote against a second referendum. This was a difficult decision but I have a duty to support the will of my constituents. We need to leave, and leave with a deal that works for the Potteries


#9733

16 Tories voted for Benn’s amendment but unlikely that any of the pro-remain, anti No Deal cabinet members did. If they had it would’ve been quite interesting.


#9734

I gather that even if Benn’s amendment had passed the government would have whipped to put down the whole motion & killed it.


#9735

Closer than I thought


#9736

More fuck


#9737

That was interesting. If one MP had gone through the other lobby it would have been a draw and the Speaker would have had the casting vote.
Bercow would love that!


#9738

Indeed. He would have been in raptures.

AFAIK 6 Lab MP’s voted against it.


#9739

Scabs


#9740

Is our tagged MP voting or does she have to be home by 7.00?


#9741

Abstained on the Benn amendment so she should be locked up again for spoiling the fun…:expressionless:


#9742

No surprise that the Government motion passed quite easily.