May is up. "Matter of profound regret that once again we have been unable to support leaving the EU in an orderly manner. The implications are grave."
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She says the EU will require UK to hold European elections for longer extension. On Monday House will continued seeking alternative. "I fear we are reaching the limits of this process in this House."
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Incredible. No contrition from her. No acknowledgement of what just happens. She basically scolds parliament for rejecting her deal.
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This is intolerable. Utterly intolerable.
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Corbyn: "This deal now has to change and if the PM cannot accept that then she must go, not at an alternate date in the future but now".
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Blackford: "I suggest to the prime minister we now need to look quite seriously at the option of revocation."
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Vince Cable: On Monday the House might back an option which is compatible with the withdrawal agreement. If so, will May work with MPs on that and extend Article 50 to work it through? Nothing from May.
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Heidi Allen demands a People's Vote.
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Caroline Lucas: "It does beggar belief the PM does not recognise a dead deal when there's one right in front of her."
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"It has now been defeated three times and that is in spite of the procedural games that have been played."
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Dodds urges May to change the backstop. He insists there'll be no hard border under no-deal.

Mar 29, 2019 · 2:50 PM UTC

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OK that;s it. The House is adjourned.
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OK so that got pretty sketchy.
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However. I just do not see how May can bring this thing back to the House. The deal can't be brought again. The withdrawal agreement stripped from it cannot be brought again.
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If she can find a way, she will. But I don't see how right now.
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That suggests that regardless of what happens with the second round of indicative cotes on Monday, a request has to be made for a longer extension with the EU and the UK needs to prepare to take part in the European elections.
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This would be easier with a majority for something on Monday, even if it's just for a customs union. And even better if it was customs union + referendum.
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Or it could be that the government tables a genera election as a mechanism to break the dead lock during a longer extension.
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We'll see. One thing though. Today was the day it was going to happen. If they'd had their way, we'd be leaving the EU in a matter of hours.
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We're not.
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Their grubby, cynical last-chance effort to force this thing through today failed. Now a longer extension is the most likely outcome.
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People have kept on telling Remainers and critics of Brexit to shut up. They have mocked them, and slandered them as traitors, and ignored them. They've done it for nearly three years.
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But today, we are not leaving the EU. If you win one battle you can a war.
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Right I'm gonna write this fucker up.
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Brexit Day is cancelled: May's final deception falls to pieces politics.co.uk/blogs/2019/03…
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Everything you need to know about what the fuck happened today, the dirty shit they were pulling in the background, why it didn't work, and a tiny cautious bit of optimism for the future.
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Don't forget to raise a cheer at 11pm tonight. The moment we were supposed to be out the EU, but will not be.
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