Watch MPs debate the latest round Analyst: "Mass confusion" after 2 days ago   53:13

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johnny feve
Uk government with a majority stated no Parliament can over turn the national referendum result
Jason Johnson
Well if it wasn't obvious before it is now, this all process of indicative votes is all about remaining in the EU with the worst possible deal.
Why don't they just be really honest about it and get some credibility with a indicative vote that sounds like this next.

( continue to frustrate the referendum by asking the EU for another extension so that Parliament can keep coming up with ridiculous ideas of remaining in the EU and so that we can enter the European elections to make the people in the UK simply give up.)

This is possibly the only thing these idiots would agree on.
I can't wait for the elections in our country because most of these MPs especially Labour will not have a seat's in Parliament once there constituencys vote them out for going against what they voted for in the referendum.
Simon Mitchell
Brexit means Brexit...has there even been a better example of over promising and under delivering! It's also a perfect example of bulls**t.
Interdimentional Wizard Wiz
That deal pleases no one!
Interdimentional Wizard Wiz
We leave without a deal..... people wave flags and eat cake.... THEN we consider Carefully what agreements are NON binding.... each agreement for 6 months at a time...... if any.
Derek Whyle
When the public inquiry into Brexit is convened it should have real teeth. Any Public servant who has identifiably lied , or misrepresented facts to the electorate, should be subject to criminal proceedings and jailed if proven guilty. The legal trials would do more than anything to reconcile a divided public and the TV rights would contribute to a depleted GDP.
funkmasterjee
The motions for tonight are:

C - Customs union - Ken Clarke

Any withdrawal agreement and political declaration must include at least a customs union with the EU.

D - Common market 2.0 - Nick Boles

Norway-style relationship with the EU, including membership of the EFTA, single market and a customs union.

E - Confirmatory Public vote - Peter Kyle

Any withdrawal agreement must be put to the people in a confirmatory second referendum.

G - Parliamentary supremacy - Joanna Cherry

If a deal has not been agreed, and MPs have rejected leaving without a deal, Article 50 must be revoked.

....looks like the end of HARD Brexit
Janice Ward
WE DONT WANT HER STINKIN DEAL THROW IT IN FIRE GET RID OF IT NOW GET RID OF MAY NOW TOO SHE IS NOT TRUSTED WE NEED BREXITEER TO GO SORT BRUSSELS OUT NOW TO GET UK OUT WITH NO SUPRISES AS YOU GET WITH TRAITER MAY WE JUST NEED TO GET OUT NOW THEY ARE SO CORRUPT AND TREASONOUS
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Analyst: "Mass confusion" after Watch MPs debate the latest round 2 days ago   03:20

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(27 Mar 2019) UK members of parliament who voted on a series of eight alternative Brexit options have rejected them, all leaving no clear path forward in the Brexit process.
A vote for a permanent customs union with the EU came closest and was beaten by 272 to 264 votes.
Analyst Alan Wager says this makes a general election or a second referendum more likely.

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