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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:17 18 Oct 2019

Have a gold star.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 20:53 18 Oct 2019

I’ve not denied EU law takes primacy. It’s just that you’re too thick to realise that and I’m not explaining it again.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:44 18 Oct 2019

The Benn Act mandates asking for an extension until 31 January next year. More than enough for an election or referendum if the EU agrees, which they will for one of those two events despite the posturing.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:36 18 Oct 2019

Me too. It’s a sensible safety net given as some of the ERG have already indicated that they could vote for the deal at this stage so that the Benn Act is nullified and then scupper it during the legislative process to bring about a no deal by default.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:32 18 Oct 2019

If the Letwin amendment passes the legally required “meaningful vote” approval of the withdrawal agreement isn’t fulfilled until the legislation ratifying the treaty is passed. Johnson would then be required under the Benn Act to request an extension. Bercow has to select the amendment first.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:26 18 Oct 2019

“I've been here with Lisa and ECB. According to them the deal was never reopened and Clasie said I just didn't understand.”

I’m not sure I’ve ever opined on whether the withdrawal agreement was reopened or not. Feel free to prove me wrong, I can’t be sure.

On your second point, you could fill Wikipedia with the things you don’t understand. You continually prove that you’ve no idea what you’re talking about. Even to the extent of providing links that say the opposite of what you think they say.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:20 18 Oct 2019

Anyone else planning on sitting in front of BBC Parliament tomorrow at 9.30 and not moving until the entertainment ends? I may even buy some popcorn.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:42 17 Oct 2019

You can’t discount the possibility, of course, that the Commons rejecting “his deal” is Johnson’s preferred outcome. His stark abandonment of the lunatic loyalist fringe would lend credence to that.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:18 17 Oct 2019

Imagine Bercow having to use his casting vote against the government. Oh please please let this happen.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:03 17 Oct 2019

25 Labour is a stretch. On a knife edge I reckon.
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Swans up for sale?
at 21:45 16 Oct 2019

By a very rough calculation after a quick trip to Wikipedia, since 1925 we’ve spent about 45 seasons in the second tier. So half is about right.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:05 16 Oct 2019

That would be too delicious for words.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:41 15 Oct 2019

Give the Telegraph a few hours to make up its mind. It’s all confused at the moment.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 21:11 15 Oct 2019

No surrender, no surrender etc.
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Countdown to the end of Democracy in the UK
at 19:58 15 Oct 2019

It’s gonna be hilarious watching everyone hail this agreement (if it transpires) as a triumph. Y’know, the same people who called it a betrayal when May negotiated it. And if the reports are right, this one is worse in NI terms.
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Where does the UK's responsibility begin and end with this?
at 22:07 14 Oct 2019

Is the only answer. None of this is their fault.
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at 21:46 14 Oct 2019

I know. This is no revelation to either of us but if you could explain it to Catts that would be great. Thanks.
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Bulgaria v England
at 21:10 14 Oct 2019

We entered that phase when Celtic, Rangers and others started getting sanctioned for sectarian chanting.
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RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019 THREAD
at 20:58 14 Oct 2019

They’re guaranteed a play off spot in the euros.
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at 20:56 14 Oct 2019

Not personally, I’m a confirmed remainer. I’m just telling you how the UK can end the primacy of EU law of its own volition. It repeals the UK law that gives EU law primacy in the UK. As indeed it is doing on 31 October (unless that changes again) and as it’s always been able to do throughout its membership of the EU. Cos the UK parliament is and always has been sovereign over UK law.
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