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Paving the way to leave on the due date

Paving the way to leave on the due date

New polling shows the public don’t believe May’s deal represents the Brexit the country voted for. Bercow’s refusal to allow the same proposals to be voted on for a third time is wholly correct and slightly  increases the chances of the government actually carrying out the people’s demand for a clean exit from the EU.

God forbid that parliament endorses any punitive terms and conditions attached by the EU to an Article 50 extension when she returns from Brussels later this week. If the EU play that hand and parliament does the right thing and rejects it, then it would not be inconceivable that the legal default option of No Deal would  kick in.

The case for a World Trade Brexit on 29th March is now stronger than ever | BrexitCentral

The Prime Minister claims it is the ‘patriotic’ duty of MPs to vote for her non-Brexit deal. Nothing could be further from the truth. New ComRes polling commissioned by Leave Means Leave shows that by far the public think a WTO Brexit, not the Prime Minis

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