[Brexit Chat] Will she survive Part Two?

So after my last thread in December I thought I’d do another one for tomorrow’s vote.

Do you think Corbyn will press for the no confidence vote tomorrow/weds?

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Will Theresa May survive yet again?

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Doubt she can win a vote on a deal

Doubt she can lose a vote on confidence of both her and the government

An interesting superposition

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I don’t have a clue what will happen, except things will probably all go to shit one way or another.

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So it looks like she will be defeated on her plan 429 to 152

she will still be in power because her party won’t vote against her in the confident vote because Thier already in power so why would they give that up?

Because without a majority they need to rely on others to pass anything.

I suspect we’ll see another Brexit Referendum…

Get your votes in guys, they should be starting around 19:00

Word is the no section is full and full of Tories :joy:

The government lost by 230. 432 to 202. The biggest government defeat in history.

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She just got spanked and Corbyn has gone for it.

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You’ve got me excited to watch 10 o’clock News now. I bet they don’t show that bit. :frowning:

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May will now of course win the vote of no confidence

Current state of UK politics:

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I was a tad disappointed by his speech tbh, don’t think you missed too much

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I am mainly surprised he did not totally bungle his moment

Maybe a good time to not say too much

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I was sat there screaming “VONC VONC VONC” - think he delayed it a bit too much and made it all a bit hammy - although May did leave it down to him so it was inevitable.

I think she will win (can’t see the Tories allowing Labour to take a stab at anything) but depending on the margin of victory - May may have to rework some things (divisive as it is - 2nd referendum?)

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One thing unites the Tories; a hatred of Corbyn. Also, I can’t see the DUP voting themselves out of power.

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Pointless vote tomorrow. The DUP have made it clear they’re backing the government.

The biggest question is why waste 5 weeks delaying a vote that was destined to fail. A spectacular humiliation for the government.

Parliament can’t decide, only way forward is to take it back to the people.

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They’ve stated they will support her. They want a change of policy not a change of government

And to pretend they’re important

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Exactly I just can’t see the Tories doing something like that - but if may lead to an eventual 2nd referendum.

I can’t see a second referendum or Labour would have already been fighting for one instead of the split they have. Corbyn, and probably the Tories in the end, would be more likely to sign up with a Norway option than a new referendum.

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