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Ma Wilsun
Yes plz
TM said the no deal agreement is not legally binding which means that a no deal could still take place.

MP's voted down the notion of No Deal.

MP's also voted down the notion of a 2nd referendum.

MP's also voted for the notion of extending article 50 until June.

I pray the EU just kick us out. Stop delaying what we voted for.

Nothing is ever gained without sacrifice, if you come to a crossroads and take the wrong path the only way forwards is backwards.

It will not be as bad as they say. Fear mongering has caused mass hysteria.
Happy Dace
Does Parliament abide by the majority result of the current voting issues taking place ? Or just ignore them like the referendum ? .
Darrylle Sunderland
Bring back hanging for 85 traitors.
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Sir Ivan Rogers: Where did Brexit Watch MPs vote on a fresh Brexit 1 day ago   1:09:12

The UCL European Institute hosted a showpiece public lecture by Sir Ivan Rogers: 'Where did Brexit come from and where is it going to take the UK?'

Tuesday 22 January 2019

The event was chaired by UCL President & Provost, Professor Michael Arthur. It was kindly supported by the UCL Global Engagement Office.

Sir Ivan Rogers (KCMG) is a former senior British civil servant who was the UK's Permanent Representative to the European Union from November 2013 to January 2017. Prior to holding this position, he served as Prime Minister’s adviser for Europe and Global Issues (2012-2013) to PM David Cameron and as Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minister (2003-2006) for PM Tony Blair. He is singularly well placed to comment on the causes and consequences of Brexit.

UCL European Institute