The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Jacob Rees-Mogg and Anna Soubry 1 day ago   1:29:11

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Sandra Winterton
The EU want our money and that is it! 🙄
TheMadScotsman mckay
There ya' go - PROOF that Article 50 is NOT BREXIT ........... Barnier just admitted that fact in this video when he held up the paperwork AND LET IT SLIP THAT IT' IS INDEED JUST A TREATY - NOT THE FUCKING BREXIT THE PEOPLE VOTED FOR .......... and THIS is why Treason May can't get her dodgy "Deal" through parliament ........ everyone now knows that what she has conceived behind the closed doors of Downing St and the E.U Parliament is designed to KEEP US TIED TO THE E.U ........ NOT leave the E.U
Total and utter fucking betrayal.
The Short Session Angler
As we have passed the agreed leave date and there is no majority for any kind of deal, the EU should bite the bullet realise they will lose our payments and tariffs and make us leave, if they are quick with a trade deal they can probably keep the levels of trade with the UK at current levels, if however they drag that process out then they will probably find they lose a lot of that also.
Repulse theMonkey
It would be so good if this bloke announced the UK has left the EU, and No Deal.
Johnny Concrete
No deal
No problem
john bayliss
Just let us go you Nazis
Howard Petterson
Negotiator... Pahh
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Jacob Rees-Mogg and Anna Soubry The EU's chief Brexit negotiator 1 day ago   02:01

MPs have again voted down all alternative Brexit options put to it in a second of votes aimed at finding a replacement for Theresa May's Brexit deal. The Commons tonight rejected a customs union, Norway-style soft Brexit, second referendum and cancelling Brexit. The customs union plan proposed by Ken Clarke was closest to victory - losing by just three votes 276 to 273. A second referendum got the most votes overall for a second week, with 280 votes to 292 against. The votes were staged after rebel MPs seized control of the Commons agenda in the wake of Mrs May's deal being repeatedly trounced. Tory MP Nick Boles sensationally resigned from his party and crossed the floor after the votes were announced - blaming the Conservatives refusal to compromise for the failure to find a way forward. On the brink of tears, Mr Boles admitted his plan to find a consensus had 'failed' and announced he could no longer stay in the party. Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay warned MPs had still not  voted for a clear way forward and confirmed the Cabinet would discuss the outcome tomorrow.

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