posted on Mar, 27 2019 @ 02:03 PM
originally posted by: shooterbrody
Is the brexit still a thing?
this says 2 days 10 hours
is it accurate?
Maybe, maybe not. The earliest possible date has been delayed to April 12th.
The PM has just announced she'll stand down if her version of Brexit passes which may secure the votes needed tonight to secure a bill to be voted on
tomorrow. Most of the main hardline Brexiteers have been vowing to replace her for months so it may just secure enough votes to be passed. On the
other hand Labour have done a complete U-turn and will be voting for a second referendum.
There'd need to be a minor legal tweaking of the Constitution to allow May's Brexit plan to be voted on again but Parliamentary law is set on a matter
of precedent and we're in unprecedented times.
Preliminary votes are going on in the next few minutes, the results should be announced in the next two hours. It's all a bit of a last minute
This gives the clearest idea of what's going on I've seen so far: www.bbc.co.uk...
edit on 27-3-2019 by bastion
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