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MPs reject the EU withdrawal agreement
It is defeated by 432 votes to 202
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tables a motion of no confidence in the government
That will be debated on Wednesday
The EU says it regrets the outcome, and urges the UK government to clarify its intentions

I was expecting that. What do you think will happen next.
Do you think that there will be another brexit Vote in the UK?
I know there were some indications that Russia was supporting Brexit campaign through Cambridge Analytica..
Do you support Brexit?
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I think the EU negotiated well and were/are never going to budge until UK walks away right at the end and says we are leaving with no deal, then they will give some concessions.

The deal could never be passed by MPs, it was too detrimental.

Do not mention Jeremy C, he is hard left and would be a financial disaster for the UK. Labour was against the EU and wanted brexit, but now he is remain or campaigned for remain?
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As a comedian once put it, I think we should just be quiet and hope the EU forgets we voted to leave.

I don't think we know how to leave, and I dont think the EU is in any hurry to have us leave.

We should just see how long we can linger lol. If they ever chase us up, we'll just play dumb.
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Hopefully leave with no deal, I'm looking forward to all of our GDP's taking a hit and then Ireland crying for another bailout, Germany and France realizing they'll have to foot the bill without our help and the whole EU heading down the shi tter lol.

I mostly sell to poor people anyway so couldn't care less what happens to the economy lol.
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Poor economies tend to effect the poorest first....
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Im sure Putin is sitting back with a big bowl of popcorn having a big laugh. This sort of chaos is what he thrives on. As someone who is familiar with just the basics of this situation I can only say that watching this from the outside it looks like a real mess which cant be good for anyone involved.
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Poor economies tend to effect the poorest first....
If people get poorer then they'll buy more from me. Like Aldi, Poundland etc would probably get more sales.

Don't want that to happen though, hopefully the economy does well but most people voted out for other reasons.
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Hopefully leave with no deal, I'm looking forward to all of our GDP's taking a hit and then Ireland crying for another bailout, Germany and France realizing they'll have to foot the bill without our help and the whole EU heading down the shi tter lol.

I mostly sell to poor people anyway so couldn't care less what happens to the economy lol.
You really think that European Union will go to **** if UK leaves? Funny..
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You really think that European Union will go to **** if UK leaves? Funny..
wait you think EU will be better off without UK? that is funny. And yes, EU is going downhill eventually with or without UK in it. Look at the economies of the individual countries.


well do so many people scramble to come here then? and conversely it is one of the reasons people voted brexit. Nobody crowds to get in to Serbia (your flag)

there will be pros and cons, who knows the balance, but short-term it will be painful. Alot of big companies eg. airbus and others, will leave if there is a no-deal brexit and we will lose jobs.

Do I trust the leaders to make new great worldwide deals? Honestly, no. Too liberal and not business people....

There will be more room though if less people are able to live here from Europe, if that is how it works out, which is what alot of brexit people want. Not because they dislike europeans, but purely jobs, social housing, overcrowding but....
the funny thing is and nobody says it-
In London the Europeans are the only white children in alot of the schools. English white families fled years ago.

If brexit means less competition for jobs from euro graduates for when my kids are older - that suits me fine.
If there are less jobs to go round due to brexit, due to companies moving - well thats a bad thing for my kids.
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