Brexit: Urgent question asked Brexit and the U.S.-U.K. Defense Relationship 2 days ago   1:53:09

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PincherMartyn
Brexit must be crushed and democracy with it. The Independent.
dapper patto
House of scam artists and frauds
jay cam
useless lot they really are all waffles with zero action,
Bdger Willams
Dictators must go
laurejon
The UK pays that to the EU each and every day. Its small change and something Nigel Farage will look at when he takes the reigns in our great parliament very shortly.
Political Analyst
UKIP is our last hope
Didier Lemoine
Britain will keep paying years after years to lose years after years !
Repulse theMonkey
Surely, the single most urgent question is why Parliament is defying our democratic vote, and bending or breaking laws to suit their own agendas.
Jac Crystal
These dudes reckon they're 'sovereign' coz a victorian geezer called Dicey said so-and which means that because the UK is not a constitutional democracy they could abolish voting-after all it's only a privilige and not a fundamental right.
Stuart McKay
Utter shambolic disgrace. Leaving a union and now don't have a defence secretary. Prosecuting veteran soldiers. Resigners, Remainers Remoaners ? Lunatics just Lunatics that crawl up to the back benches and form little happy groups, parties, gangs. Close the place down. Shouting at Corbyn as a threat ? He is pissing himself now.
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Brexit and the U.S.-U.K. Defense Relationship Brexit: Urgent question asked 2 days ago   56:47

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The House of Commons has rejected the Withdrawal Agreement between Britain and the European Union proposed by Prime Minister Theresa May no fewer than three times. Public debate on this Agreement has focused on its inability to deliver the Brexit that Britain voted for in the landmark 2016 referendum because of the Agreement’s effects on trade, regulations, and the relationship between Ireland and Northern Ireland. However, the Agreement also has important intelligence, defense, and security dimensions. In his presentation, Professor Gwythian Prins, a member of the Chief of the UK Defense Staff’s Strategy Advisory Panel and emeritus research professor at the London School of Economics, will review the Agreement’s shortcomings in these dimensions and set out the risks it poses to the Anglo-American Special Relationship.