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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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No deal Brexit closer than ever as EU brands Boris Johnson's proposals 'unsatisfactory'
http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1180679/brexit-news-boris-johnson-irish-backstop-eu-leaked-memo-eu-negotiation





'HOPES of a Brexit deal have been dealt a blow after a leaked European Commission memo suggested draft plans submitted by the UK Government fail to offer an acceptable alternative to the backstop plan for the Irish border.

However, a UK Government source has hit back, insisting its proposals were "serious and workable", and taking a swipe at the EU by saying leaks from Brussels were "par for the course". President Jean-Claude Juncker toid Sky News' Sophy Ridge today he had been sent documents by Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlining ideas for a new deal. However, documents obtained by Sky sugested Mr Johnson's ideas failed to offer "legally operational solutions" to the backstop issue and "fall short of satisfying all the objectives".

The Financial Times's Sebastian Payne cited a "British Government source" as saying: "The ideas that we’ve put forward to avoid a hard border are serious and workable.

"As for the Commission, two months ago they said we couldn’t reopen the withdrawal agreement and there was absolutely no alternative to the backstop.

“Now we’re having detailed discussions.”'



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Farage reveals how Remainer victory would secure clean break from EU
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Unstoppable Brexit!' Farage reveals how Remainer victory would secure clean break from EU
http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1181043/Nigel-Farage-brexit-news-remain-court-case-boris-johnson-brexit-alliance





'NIGEL FARAGE says that Boris Johnson will be forced to adopt his “clean break” Brexit policy – and abandon all hope of an EU deal – if Remainers succeed in delaying Britain’s departure from Brussels once again.

The “bullish” leader of the Brexit Party said the Prime Minister will be left with no choice but to pursue an “unstoppable” Brexit alliance which would be “the best outcome for Brexiteers”. But Mr Farage believes “extraordinary political times” mean he could end up as Prime Minister because “if Joe Public think this is Mrs May’s deal they won’t like it. Speaking to the Sunday Express ahead of a major rally in Telford, Shropshire, on Friday, he called on Express readers and Brexiteers to “keep the faith.

He warned that Boris Johnson will try to “con voters” with a “reheated version of Theresa May’s deal” but is confident he will fail.

A Remainer alliance in Parliament led by Jeremy Corbyn has passed a bill forcing Mr Johnson to ask for an extension to the UK’s EU membership if he fails to come to a deal with Brussels by October 19.

While the Prime Minister has said he will fight the bill in the courts, most political observers believe his only way of getting out by October 31 is to strike a deal with the EU.

Mr Farage suggested the Remainer plotting has played into his hands, saying: “I think if he [Mr Johnson] fails getting this [EU deal] passed by the Commons, then I think the likelihood of him moving in my direction becomes likely.'



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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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So what is it with the mid-course correction the HARD LEFT keep throttling up for ..?

Not a movie. No-one is a superhero, hanging by your fingertips; so many sequels ..!

There are those known as Globalists, a term Trump used in his big pledge yesterday:
"The future world will not be run by globalists but by the peoples of nation states ... "
Notwithstanding that must have really rattled the Mainstream Media who know not what to do
when POTUS uses the common-peoples', 'common-language'; Global Communism will not serve well.
The Global Elites will find themselves very much at odds with the Beijing vision as the century progresses.



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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Forget the party political panto, polls still back Brexit






AND so the Brexit party political pantomime continues.

Latest developments: Labour resolves to negotiate a deal with the European Union should they win the inevitable forthcoming General Election but then isn’t sure it even wants one and the Prime Minister Boris Johnson is guilty of unlawfully suspending Parliament, according to today’s Supreme Court ruling.

It’s important however to separate the complete shambles professional politicians are making of leaving the European Union with the views of those who really matter – the general population.

Unlike those who supposedly represent us, there’s been no hint of indecision or inconsistency in how we have acted.

We voted by a majority of over one million people to Leave in June 2016.

The two major parties, both then promising ‘to respect the referendum’ won 83 per cent of the vote at the 2017 General Election.

The Brexit Party, despite having no historical roots to fall back upon, was convincingly the leading party when the UK scandalously contested the EU elections earlier this year.

And guess who is well ahead in all of the opinion polls?  The same deeply unpopular Government that lost today’s ruling and is taking such a mauling from Parliament!

Obviously historical support counts for part of the reason why a cringingly incompetent Prime Minister is between two and 15 per cent ahead of Labour in the latest polls conducted by the 12 major companies.

A fair proportion of people will always vote Tory or Labour even if their party’s policy was to blow up the planet. They have always voted one way and always will….

But there must be more behind this public vote of confidence in Boris Johnson when seemingly nobody else has any time for him.

And that’s because the next election is only partly a vote on whom to run the country and partly an unofficial referendum on Brexit.

And, if he plays his cards right now, Boris can feed off the anger and frustration of Leavers and some Remainers alike  who just want the issue done and dusted.

Parliamentarians may feel they have won back enough control to prevent Britain from leaving on October 31 – but that temporary victory may also be their downfall.

For the public stomach for a pointless extension or an official second vote preceded by several more weeks of vitriol that would make the first one look like a Vicar’s tea party is strictly limited.

Politicians may well be slapping themselves on the backs for scoring points against each other – but they are fast losing any credibility with the voting public.

This episode started with the Government admitting it couldn’t resolve where it stood on Europe and handing the decision back over to the electorate – no ifs and buts.

And that’s also the way it must end – and quickly.


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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Jacob Rees-Mogg accuses the Supreme Court of a 'constitutional coup' over its stunning ruling

* EXCLUSIVE: Jacob Rees-Mogg accused Supreme Court of 'constitutional coup'
* Mogg was one of three Cabinet ministers who advised the Queen to prorogue
* Sajid Javid reportedly said the PM should prorogue again in the coming days

By Jack Doyle and Arthur Martin and Stephen Doughty, Social Affairs Correspondent For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:19 BST, 24 September 2019
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7500543/Jacob-Rees-Mogg-accuses-Supreme-Court-constitutional-coup-stunning-ruling.html

The Cabinet was left stunned last night after Britain’s top court ruled that proroguing Parliament was unlawful.  In an historic ruling, the Supreme Court declared that the Prime Minister was wrong to suspend the current Westminster session.
Last night, in a Cabinet conference call, Leader of the Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg accused Supreme Court judges of launching a ‘constitutional coup’ and ‘the most extraordinary overthrowing of the constitution’.

He also accused the judges of making errors, saying ‘some elements of the judgment are factually inaccurate’.

There is fury at the highest levels of government over the judgment. On the call, other senior ministers also raised questions about the ruling. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox, the government’s chief law officer, suggested that the ruling overturned decades of precedent. He told the phone call that he didn’t believe ‘any prorogation over the past 50-100 years would have survived today’s judgment.’ Mr Rees-Mogg is expected to make a statement to MPs on the ruling today. He was one of three Cabinet ministers who travelled to Balmoral to advise the Queen to prorogue. During last night’s conference call, Chancellor Sajid Javid suggested to the Prime Minister that he should prorogue again in the coming days to ensure he can secure a Queen’s Speech, one source said.

The ruling, delivered just after 10.30 yesterday, said Mr Johnson’s advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks was ‘unlawful’. In their unanimous judgement, 11 justices said it was ‘impossible for us to conclude’ that ‘there was any reason – let alone a good reason’ to advise Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament.’ They found that the Prime Minister’s move was therefore ‘void and of no effect’.


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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Brexit and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered yet another setback after the Supreme Court ruled his proroguing of Parliament illegal. I’m no British legal scholar, and I certainly don’t want to be, but from what I understand the arguments used seem incredibly dangerous.
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Brexit is emblematic of the West’s decline from the rule by law to the rule by men. Gaming the rules to entrench power that does not have the will of the people is a recipe for revolution of the type that ends very badly for those doing it.

The opinion of Parliament in Britain cannot sink any lower. That anger will now be transferred to the courts. The entire Brexit process has been a layer by layer unmasking of the autocratic prerogatives of the ruling class. With each setback in the Brexit process the British people are getting an object lesson in just how corrupt their system is and how badly they have been betrayed.

The hope by The Davos Crowd is that they will get fed up and tune it all out, that they’ll give up and let the UK be steamrolled. The polls tell a far different story.
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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Boris Johnson no-confidence vote could be next week, says SNP MP Stewart Hosie






'A vote of no confidence in the government aimed at replacing Boris Johnson as prime minister could be held next week, a senior SNP MP has said.

Stewart Hosie told the BBC such a move may be the only way of avoiding a no-deal Brexit on 31 October.

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon hinted on Friday she might back Jeremy Corbyn becoming a "caretaker" prime minister.


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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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Boris Johnson no-confidence vote could be next week, says SNP MP Stewart Hosie






'A vote of no confidence in the government aimed at replacing Boris Johnson as prime minister could be held next week, a senior SNP MP has said.

Stewart Hosie told the BBC such a move may be the only way of avoiding a no-deal Brexit on 31 October.

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon hinted on Friday she might back Jeremy Corbyn becoming a "caretaker" prime minister.


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This is all a cyclical entertainment become socialist coup fiasco, for the useless eaters and useful idiots.
Here's my message to immigrants and the sedentary unproductive freeloaders, who don't understand this is a coup.
"Act like you're British, in favour of the return and investment in clean heavy industry, like you care, or sod-off back to the Middle-East."



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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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'Didn’t fight two world wars to be shackled to EU!’ Brexiteers rage at ‘propping up’ EU






'BREXITEERS have expressed their rage at Britain still being "shackled to the EU" after voting Brexit with one passionate Leave voter telling Express.co.uk "we didn’t fight two world wars" for this to happen.

Express.co.uk spoke to Brexiteers attending the Brexit Party conference rally in central London on Friday night about what Brexit means to them and whether they believe Britain will leave the EU on October 31, or if at all. Passionate Leave voters told us how Brexit was about "democracy" and Britain finally being free from the shackes of the EU and "propping up" the Brussels bloc.

Keith Hawker, from Dudley in the West Midlands, told Express.co.uk he feared the EU wanted to become an "empire" and Britain has had enough after 40 years under their reign.


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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
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UK voters would rather no deal Brexit to Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 poll reveals






'NEW RESEARCH suggests that UK voters would much rather have a no deal Brexit compared to Jeremy Corbyn being in Downing Street.

The research, conducted by former Conservative Deputy Chairman Lord Ashcroft, found that nearly half of voters would be happy for the UK to leave the EU without a deal if the alternative scenario was a Jeremy Corbyn government. Around 48 percent of people preferred the former, with just 35 percent of participants admitting that their preference rested with having Mr Corbyn as Prime Minister.


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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening - Boris's letter to Juncker
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Boris Johnson's letter to Jean-Claude Juncker

There is now very little time in which to negotiate a new Agreement between the UK and the EU under Article 50. We need to get this done before the October European Council.

This Government wants to get a deal, as I am sure we all do. If we cannot reach one, it would represent a failure of statecraft for which we would all be responsible. Our predecessors have tackled harder problems: we can surely solve this one.

Both sides now need to consider whether there is sufficient willingness to compromise and move beyond existing positions to get us to an agreement in time. We are ready to do that, and this letter sets out what I regard as a reasonable compromise: the broad landing zone in which I believe a deal can begin to take shape.

Our proposed compromise removes the so-called "backstop" in the previous Withdrawal Agreement. I have explained the difficulties with this elsewhere, including the fact that it has been rejected three times by the UK Parliament.

Equally importantly in this context, the backstop acted as a bridge to a proposed future relationship with the EU in which the UK would be closely integrated with EU customs arrangements and would align with EU law in many areas. That proposed future relationship is not the goal of the current UK Government. The Government intends that the future relationship should be based on a Free Trade Agreement in which the UK takes control of its own regulatory affairs and trade policy. In these circumstances the proposed "backstop" is a bridge to nowhere, and a new way forward must be found.

Accordingly we are now proposing a new Protocol on Ireland / Northem Ireland. We are delivering the draft legal text of this Protocol to Task Force 50 today. I attach an explanatory note giving further detail of the proposal and I am making this letter and that note public today.

It is based around five elements.

First and foremost, our proposal is centred on our commitment to find solutions which are compatible with the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement.

This framework is the fundamental basis for governance in Northern Ireland and protecting it is the highest priority for all.

Second, it confirms our commitment to long-standing areas of UK / Ireland collaboration, including those provided for in the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement, but also others, in some cases predating the European Union: the Common Travel Area, the rights of all those living in Northern Ireland, and North/South cooperation. These were set out in the previous Protocol and should

be maintained in the new one.

Third, it provides for the potential creation of an all-island regulatory zone on the island of Ireland, covering all goods including agrifood. For as long as it exists, this zone would eliminate all regulatory checks for trade in goods between Northern Ireland and Ireland by ensuring that goods regulations in Northern Ireland are the same as those in the rest of the EU.

Fourth, this regulatory zone must depend on the consent of those affected by it. This is essential to the acceptability of arrangements under which part of the UK accepts the rules of a different political entity. It is fundamental to democracy. We are proposing that the Northern Ireland Executive and Assembly should have the opportunity to endorse those arrangements before they enter into force, that is, during the transition period, and every four years afterwards. If consent is not secured, the arrangements will lapse. The same should apply to the Single Electricity Market, which raises the same principles.

Fifth, and finally, under these arrangements Northern Ireland will be fully part of the UK customs territory, not the EU Customs Union, after the end of the transition period. It has always been a fundamental point for this Government that the UK will leave the EU customs union at the end of the transition period. We must do so whole and entire. Control of trade policy is fundamental to our future vision.

This is entirely compatible with maintaining an open border in Northern Ireland. Goods trade between Northern Ireland and Ireland makes up a little over one per cent of UK-EU total trade in goods. It is entirely reasonable to manage this border in a different way. Any risks arising will be manageable in both the EU single market and the UK market, particularly as all third country imports will continue to be controlled by the EU and UK customs authorities.

We are proposing that all customs processes needed to ensure compliance with the UK and EU customs regimes should take place on a decentralised basis, with paperwork conducted electronically as goods move between the two countries, and with the very small number of physical checks needed conducted at traders' premises or other points on the supply chain. To enable this, we should both put in place specific, workable improvements and simplifications to existing customs rules between now and the end of the transition period, in the spirit of finding

flexible and creative solutions to these particular circumstances. These arrangements can be underpinned by close cooperation between UK and Irish authorities. All this must be coupled with a firm commitment (by both parties) never to conduct checks at the border in future.

Overall, we recognise that our proposals will mean changes from the situation that prevails in Ireland and Northern Ireland now. Our common task is to make sure that these changes entail as little day-to-day disruption as possible to the current situation. I believe that our proposals will achieve that.

Finally, in order to support Northern Ireland through this transition, and in collaboration with others with an interest, this Government proposes a New Deal for Northern Ireland, with appropriate commitments to help boost economic growth and Northern Ireland's competitiveness, and to support infrastructure projects, particularly with a cross-border focus.

Taken together, these proposals respect the decision taken by the people of the UK to leave the EU, while dealing pragmatically with that decision's consequences in Northern Ireland and in Ireland.

- They provide for continued regulatory alignment for a potentially prolonged period across the whole island of Ireland after the end of the transition period, for as long as the people of Northern Ireland agree to that.

- They mean that EU rules cannot be maintained indefinitely if they are not wanted - correcting a key defect of the backstop arrangements.

- They provide for a meaningful Brexit in which UK trade policy is fully under UK control from the start.

- They ensure that the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland will remain open, enabling the huge gains of the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement to be protected.

I hope that these proposals can now provide the basis for rapid negotiations towards a solution, together with finalisation of the necessary changes to the Political Declaration reflecting the goal of a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement, so that an Article 50 agreement can be reached, and the UK can leave the EU in an orderly fashion on 31 October. This will allow us to focus on the positive future relationship that I believe is in all of our interests.

I am copying this letter and paper to other members of the European Council and to Michel Barnier.



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Re: The Brexit betrayal - How Boris can defeat the Benn Surrender Act
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How Boris can defeat the Benn Surrender Act

The Benn Surrender Act requires Boris to ask for an extension to Article 50, but it did not pass in virgin state, it had the addition of The Kinnock Amendment


The Prime Minister must seek … an extension of the period under Article 50(3) … in order to debate and pass a Bill to implement the agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union under Article 50(2) of the Treaty on European Union, including provisions reflecting the outcome of inter-party talks as announced by the Prime Minister on 21 May 2019, and in particular the need for the United Kingdom to secure changes to the political declaration to reflect the outcome of those inter-party talks.



So... Yes Boris is required by law to ask for an extension
BUT... Only to debate and pass a bill on an AGREEMENT.
No Agreement, then no need to ask for an extension.

So while we watch the EU reject the latest attempt to secure an agreement with the EU minus the backstop, pause and remember No Agreement, No Requirement to Beg For An Extension to Article 50.




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'Swinson fails to declare family company was given 3.5m euro by the European Union' - claim






'She voted for the LibCon Bedroom Tax that mired millions of the poorest in costs they could not afford. She voted for the LibCon Welfare reforms which attacked the finances of those least able to withstand the onslaught. She voted for the LibCon policy to treble the tuition fees of students least able to pay.

Could it get worse for Jo Swinson? In a word, yes.

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“IT LOOKS LIKE JO SWINSON’S PASSION TO STOP BREXIT OR A NO-DEAL BREXIT “AT ANY COST” HAS TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLIED.


Swinson’s point blank and quite illogical refusal to join the cross-party coalition to prevent a no-deal Brexit has a 3.5m euro explanation. And the irony of the whole context goes to show that the LibDems are as insincere and deceitful as they ever were.”

This is political dynamite. The European Union gave a 3.5m euro donation to Transparency International, which in peak irony is supposed to be an anti corruption watchdog with a mandate to foster, erm, transparency.

It is run by Jo Swinson’s husband. Has Jo Swinson declared this conflict of interest to the House of Commons? No.

Is that a breach of House of Commons protocol? Yes.

Is it a breach of the law? Yes.

So who is Jo Swinson’s husband? His name is Duncan Hames. He is the director of policy at Transparency International UK.

He also used to be the Liberal Democrat MP for the Chippenham constituency in Wiltshire, holding the seat during the disasterous Cameron/Clegg coalition government responsible for the deaths of 130,000 poor, sick and disabled people under their deadly “Welfare Reforms”.

The same Welfare Reforms Iain Duncan Smith justified with the phrase “Work Frees People” – a sentence last seen, in German, above the entrance gates to Auschwitz.

Unlike Lib Dems we aren’t prone to calling our opponents “Nazis” simply for disagreeing with our political opinions but in this instance, if the cap fits…

During this period Mr Hames was Parliamentary Private Secretary to none other than David Cameron’s number 2, Nick Clegg.

So as you can see, the Swinson family household has its fingerprints all over the social degradation our nation suffered during that horrendous 5 year period.'

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Re: Brexit - Boris to use Farage to sabotage EU if Brexit delayed
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Boris Johnson plans to use 'NUCLEAR WEAPON' Farage to sabotage EU if Brexit delayed - report






Johnson has long insisted that the UK would leave the EU by October 31, saying he would “rather be dead in a ditch” than ask the bloc for an extension to its exit deadline.

Parliament passing the Benn act, which requires a Brexit delay unless a divorce deal is agreed, looks to have scuppered those plans, but if forced to hang around for longer Johnson seemingly plans to be a thorn in Brussels’ side.

An explosive <a href="https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/10/05/boris-johnson-sabotage-eu-forced-delay-brexit/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">report[/url] in The Sunday Telegraph reveals that senior government figures plan to “sabotage” the EU if Britain remains in the union after Halloween. Two cabinet ministers told the paper that the plans include blocking the Union's 2021-2027 budget, which is expected to be signed off early next year, as well as sending a Eurosceptic such as Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage to Brussels as the UK’s next EU commissioner.

On Saturday the approach was approved by Steve Baker, former Brexit Minister, who likened it to firing “a nuclear weapon into the heart of the asteroid”.

“I unashamedly back Nigel Farage to be our next EU commissioner in the unfortunate event that it transpires,” he <a href="https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/10/05/steve-baker-think-nigel-farage-should-britains-next-eu-commissioner/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">told [/url]Chopper’s Brexit Podcast.'

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Re: The Brexit betrayal- Judge dismisses no-deal Brexit court move
« Reply #794 on: Oct 08, 2019, 01:21:10 am »
 

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Judge dismisses no-deal Brexit court move






'A Scottish judge has dismissed a move to force Boris Johnson to comply with a law aimed at avoiding a no-deal Brexit.

Campaigners had wanted to ensure that the prime minister would write to the EU to request an extension if no deal is in place by 19 October.

They argued that statements made by the government showed that it could not be trusted.

But Lord Pentland said there could be "no doubt" that the prime minister had agreed to abide by the law.

As a result, he said there was no need for "coercive orders" against the UK government or against the prime minister.

And he said it would be "destructive of one of the core principles of constitutional propriety and of the mutual trust that is the bedrock of the relationship between the court and the Crown" if Mr Johnson reneged on his assurances to the court.

What was the case about?

The Scottish legal action was initiated by businessman Dale Vince, QC Jo Maugham and SNP MP Joanna Cherry.

They wanted the Court of Session, Scotland's highest court, to rule on the extent to which Mr Johnson was bound by the so-called Benn Act.

The legislation was passed by MPs with the intention of preventing the UK leaving the European Union without a deal on 31 October.

It requires the prime minister to send a letter to the EU formally requesting an extension to the Brexit timetable if no deal is signed off by Parliament by 19 October - unless MPs agree to a no-deal Brexit.

The petitioners had argued that a series of public statements by the prime minster indicated that he was planning to break the law by refusing to ask for an extension.

Mr Johnson has said he would rather be "dead in a ditch" than ask for a delay.

However, government papers submitted to the court said that Mr Johnson would send a letter to the EU if a deal was not agreed by the deadline.'

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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening TODAY
« Reply #795 on: Oct 08, 2019, 11:53:20 am »
 

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Angela Merkel tells PM Brexit deal 'overwhelmingly unlikely'






'German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson a Brexit deal is "overwhelmingly unlikely", according to Downing Street.

The prime minister spoke with Ms Merkel for half-an-hour this morning, with Mr Johnson stressing that Brexit negotiations in Brussels "are close to breaking down", Number 10 said.

The government last week unveiled its proposals for a renegotiated Brexit deal, with the prime minister hoping this can be agreed before the current 31 October deadline.

During the call, Mr Johnson was said to have told Ms Merkel the plans - which would ditch the controversial Irish border backstop arrangement - represented a "reasonable offer", but that it was not apparent to him "there was any desire for negotiation from the EU".

The prime minister also expressed his view that some in the EU are hoping a second referendum will reverse Brexit, but told Ms Merkel this won't happen.'

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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
« Reply #796 on: Oct 09, 2019, 02:13:52 am »
 

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How did the party of Asquith degenerate into a sanctimonious anti-democratic rabble?






'I‘m so old I can remember the Liberal Party, a party of the masses not the classes, of social reform and a brave northern non-conformist tradition of independence. All that still lingered in my early political life as I went on my meat round wearing a yellow rosette in the 1950 election.

What’s happened since is a sad decline into showbiz. The party of principle became a bucket for protesters to spit into and long years of exclusion led to desperation with pavement politics, dirty local politicking, a party swerving from side to side to clutch votes. This was a party built on a con, promising every good thing if they came to power but never could.

The Liberals became sanctimonious – always right because they were unable to admit they were wrong. They opposed an increase in student fees then supported a three-fold increase, were anti-nuclear but authorised the nuclear white elephant of Hinkley Point, demanded Proportional Representation but failed to insist on it in the Coalition Agreement, then fell silent as they realised that a more representative Parliament would be a Brexit Parliament.

The greatest achievement of this new Liberal hypocrisy was bringing Thatcher’s neo-liberalism to power and supporting Osborne’s austerity while lamenting the disastrous consequences of both – although getting liberal bums in ministerial cars did become a stepping stone to highly-paid jobs for their leaders.

You could call it a mixed record but now it’s capped by bawling “Bollocks to Brexit” as the party which once fought for a better (and more virtuous) Britain changes to one of “My Europe, Right or Wrong” in its desperation to defend the last stage they have to strut on, by defending every folly the EU embarks on in its efforts to build a European empire the people of Europe don’t want.

The EU is attempting to build unity by the backdoor through monetary union. This has been disastrous for the weaker economies, most spectacularly for Greece, but Liberals support it enthusiastically. They urged Britain to join the ERM. When that threatened ruin they demanded a move to the narrower bands. They then clamoured to join the euro and now ignore the unemployment and misery it’s brought to the weaker economies. Indeed they’ll see it as a logical step if we stay in the EU, as they want.'

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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
« Reply #797 on: Oct 09, 2019, 02:14:17 am »
 

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Angela Merkel tells PM Brexit deal 'overwhelmingly unlikely'






'German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson a Brexit deal is "overwhelmingly unlikely", according to Downing Street.

The prime minister spoke with Ms Merkel for half-an-hour this morning, with Mr Johnson stressing that Brexit negotiations in Brussels "are close to breaking down", Number 10 said.

The government last week unveiled its proposals for a renegotiated Brexit deal, with the prime minister hoping this can be agreed before the current 31 October deadline.

During the call, Mr Johnson was said to have told Ms Merkel the plans - which would ditch the controversial Irish border backstop arrangement - represented a "reasonable offer", but that it was not apparent to him "there was any desire for negotiation from the EU".

The prime minister also expressed his view that some in the EU are hoping a second referendum will reverse Brexit, but told Ms Merkel this won't happen.'

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Re: The Brexit betrayal - Brexiteers ‘are the real traitors’ says EU
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Brexiteers ‘are the real traitors’, EU’s furious Guy Verhofstadt SLAMS Boris Johnson & Brexit Party













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Re: The Brexit betrayal is happening
« Reply #799 on: Oct 09, 2019, 02:01:08 pm »
 

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Who thinks Angela Merkel, Quantum Biological Physical Chemist is really, really SEXY?


And really good-looking, in that eternally playful, vitally healthy German way; to boot!
This might be her at the Munich Beer Festival.




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