Brexit


#5834

#5835

They’re not very bright.


#5836

Is it a fake account?


#5837

#5838

#5839

May’s hand potentially strengthened, ironically, with defeat tonight? Brexit gets a knick-knack, will Brexiteers now start backing May?


#5840

4 votes. Jaysus.


#5841

#5842

Majority of 43 to reject no deal.

She’s actually finally mentioned a second referendum, if only mentioned it, in the context of what comes next.


#5843

Absolute shitshow


#5844

Corbyn on his feet. No mention of a second referendum even though it’s Labour policy.
What a bullshitter.


#5845

#5846

She is going to try her deal again, isn’t she, this time in a no Brexit v my deal vote


#5847

#5848

I thought Nigel didnt like Europeans sticking their noses into British politics :thinking:


#5849

Nigel is a c**T


#5850

And everyone thought it was the Brits that infiltrated republicans, the RA must have a few plants in the DUP with all the working they are doing to bring down the union.


#5851

The union is safe for now, only 35% up there support a United ireland


#5852

I wonder, 45% claim to be nationalist or republican but many don’t want a united Ireland.

I guess the fear of change is always there but nothing a good economic collapse wouldn’t change


#5853

NOt all nationalists actually want a United ireland

Just over a third of Northern voters want a referendum on Irish unity. If one was held, just 32 per cent would vote in favour of unity, while 45 per cent would vote against. The number in favour of unity rises to 58 per cent among voters from a Catholic background, with 18 per cent against and 24 per cent who say they don’t know.

But yea, a no deal Brexit might shift that