Brexit: MPs debate whether to leave EU without a deal following May's defeat - watch live

  • Published on Mar 13, 2019
  • MPs debate a no-deal Brexit in the House of Commons after Theresa May’s withdrawal proposal was defeated on Tuesday
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Comments • 245

  • Guardian News
    Guardian News  6 days ago +5

    PMQs begins at 01:35:00
    The chancellor's spring statement begins at 02:16:14
    The no-deal Brexit debate begins at 04:37:09
    And the votes on a no-deal Brexit begin at 08:33:14

  • C — S
    C — S 2 days ago

    This is all wrong.

  • Thomas Toth
    Thomas Toth 2 days ago +1

    The end of this debate was like this: People had great points and questions, and then the lady talked about something different.

  • Zyg Machél
    Zyg Machél 3 days ago


  • Ivana Kandracova
    Ivana Kandracova 3 days ago

    We want to leave U.K

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 3 days ago +2

    They still call themselves honourable, unbelievable arrogance, they are buffoons.

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 3 days ago +1

    Gobby parrot knows nothing about wto

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 3 days ago

    Clarke wants the euro currency he is a fool.

    • martin stevens
      martin stevens 2 days ago

      A very unhappy fool in the future. He will get his just desserts I feel for his treachery

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 3 days ago

    Nasty set of political hooligans,evil, evil, evil it's now the ugly face of conservatism. It was always the ugly face of socialism, it's now the ugly face of parliamentary democracy. UK is a desperate place, MPS cannot grasp how bad the EU is. So they are stupid fools.

  • Michael Jackson Jackson

    comic books

  • Michael Jackson Jackson

    It's so hard to take a decision.....

  • Soviet Union Jack
    Soviet Union Jack 4 days ago

    Good to see that she is good and ready to fulfill promises in 2manifestos and over 100 repeated statements detailing how we are definitely leaving on the 29th. Because if she wasn't of course she'd understand it was the end of her Party and Labour could pretty much jump off a cliff as well.

  • Zebedee
    Zebedee 4 days ago

    I have recently watched the latest Mary Queen of Scots film
    starring Saoirse Ronan. This is a film where those in high office in both
    England and Scotland demonstrate treachery, duplicity, cheating, cowardice,
    lying, mendacity, deceit, dishonesty, corruption, exploitation, immorality, distortion,
    and hypocrisy just to use a few nouns. Oh, with the exception of just a few in both
    of the main parties, in both Houses of Parliament at the moment and the current
    tranche of loathsome politicians that occupy Westminster.

  • morgansifer
    morgansifer 4 days ago

    John Bercow loves the sound of his own voice.

  • dobbsiancant
    dobbsiancant 4 days ago

    call new ellections

  • Patricia Thomas
    Patricia Thomas 4 days ago

    It was Edward heath who put us in the eu concerative again need I say more

  • june smeaton
    june smeaton 5 days ago

    I ask the question, “ What is behind these delaying tactics ?”

  • Amelius 92
    Amelius 92 5 days ago +1

    Sorry but the Westminster System is archaic and not fit for the 21st Century.
    It's not really about the EU.
    -Get a written, codified constitution
    -Proportional consensus system with special quotas for Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland
    -mandatory 2/3 supermajorities (60% or more) in every future referendum
    Face it: It's undemocratic because 52% are no majority. No consensus. 4 Parts which want different things.
    The UK will either break up-regardless of (but facilitated by) Brexit or need to reform the whole system ASAP.

  • Nalle
    Nalle 5 days ago

    Damned if you do and damned if you don’t...

  • Gary Mehmet
    Gary Mehmet 5 days ago

    If politics is about running the country for the people, then right now, everybody should be coming together to make Brexit a success. If only there were more people around Theresa May who want this to be the start of a brighter future for the UK and not just getting a one party led deal 'past the line'. everything about that idea is wrong. We deserve something a little more ambitious and a little more uniting. Personally, I wish people like Jacob Rees Mogg and Boris Johnson, as eccentric as he can be, could be more front line because I believe they could inspire a belief that Britain's future can be bright outside EU membership.
    Maybe now is the best time for a new leader somebody with courage to take the reins at this point. I think we deserve a leader who can start bringing people together again- business leaders, parliament, people and give us a vision to believe in- more than brexit means brexit, my deal is the best deal. we deserve better.. and we work, from where we are right now, for a new start based on belief in ourselves, collaboration and mutual respect with each other and with all other countries around the world including our European neighbours.Everything can be worked out. come on England- move forwards. I believe in you

  • Swansong 007
    Swansong 007 5 days ago

    I have a great idea how to solve Brexit. It's going to cost us £39 BILLION to leave. So leave with no deal and give every person over 18 years old in the UK £500000 each and the government will still have lots of money to spend on NHS etc . Brexit solved.!!!

  • mdjdlkdlk123
    mdjdlkdlk123 5 days ago

    Can someone please explain to me why we could not stay in the EU but have control of some things like our own borders? This is really annoying me.

    • mdjdlkdlk123
      mdjdlkdlk123 3 days ago

      I think that the UK give billions to the EU. I am not just saying that the UK get special treatment, if other countries wanted to be in charge of something then that should be looked at also.

    • Skulldetta
      Skulldetta 5 days ago

      Because the EU isn't going to give the UK all the advantages of being a regular EU member while the UK themselves do nothing for them. It's like demanding to be credited as a movie producer for mopping the floor on the set once. That's not how it works. The EU has already been far too lenient and forgiving. The UK isn't in the position to demand special treatment only for themselves while at the same time expecting all the other countries to play along.

  • Charlie Wong
    Charlie Wong 5 days ago

    A didn’t used to think may was any good but the job she got in hand 🖐 and being ill take some push to keep going hat 🎩 off to mrs may a think she should be giving the power to pick we stay are go

  • Marco Dali Fultano
    Marco Dali Fultano 5 days ago

    Jezza- solid as a rock. Treeza... like a dead parrot that is deceased

    • lucky ducky
      lucky ducky 5 days ago

      Marco Dali Fultano oh dear my friend unfortunately for you Jezza has been played in this game of parliamentary chess. Only today he fked the second referendum up and I can see May deal passing next week. Yet more Labour mps resigning. He is done for .

  • Craig Tomkinson
    Craig Tomkinson 5 days ago

    Nuke Ireland

  • Lee A glover
    Lee A glover 5 days ago

    Hi if you want to say no to Europe or the world keep your money in your pocket and don't spend it because it's all a con and the rip off and you shall not be foold by bloodsucking UK government money grabbers

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 5 days ago

    Not convinced by Mays stupidity, and her hyperbole, she is wanting to stay in the EU but blame others, she is a bad person.

    • lucky ducky
      lucky ducky 5 days ago

      siddle jack exact opposite . She will get us out ...not bad for a Remainers.

  • Lar M
    Lar M 5 days ago

    May may call for early election.

  • Lar M
    Lar M 5 days ago

    Leave without a deal and ask Donald Trump for help. This is the best you can do.

  • Craig Tomkinson
    Craig Tomkinson 5 days ago

    The Republic of Ireland is part of the British Isles therefore part of the UK.
    Bring back the black and tans and invade this land of terrorists that gave already sent us parcel bombs we need to get rough against these scumbags.

  • Craig Tomkinson
    Craig Tomkinson 5 days ago

    Ireland is the main problem with the backstop, we need to take a hard line against the Irish republic.

  • Fellow Worker Gritty
    Fellow Worker Gritty 5 days ago +1

    Fuxit UK.

  • Defer dog
    Defer dog 5 days ago +6

    3 years and done nothing? In a real job everyone would have been sacked!!! 3 years!!!!!

  • Mythik
    Mythik 5 days ago

    Re-establish the monarchy

  • SirJohn Foolstaff
    SirJohn Foolstaff 5 days ago

    We are in a legally binding contract. The parliament offered us a referendum. We accepted. We voted and won. We showed our intentions to enter into a legally binding agreement when we accepted the offer and voted.
    The government is now bound to deliver the promise.

    The government is liable. If they took two years to finally realise this was legally binding . Wasting time with foolish ideas about a losers vote, that's their problem.
    Out ! Deal or no deal thanks.
    If you hire a builder to skim your walls. He says two weeks. You come back to him after two weeks and he hasn't started yet? But wants his money? You say no. Or put it the other way.
    If you're a builder and you get hired but don't show up and do the work.. then do you still get paid mate? You know the answer is no.
    Likewise the government has wasted our time by remaining so they want more time? Lol
    Don't think so. It's time to go ahead without them as they have proven to be useless and very unreliable.
    So sorry, we aren't falling for your lame excuses. We want out of the EU by the end of the month or every Leave voter wants damages.

    • SirJohn Foolstaff
      SirJohn Foolstaff 5 days ago

      Then a second referendum wouldn't be binding either would it?
      What 'lies' are you bleating about?
      When it's grey and vague..
      The 'judge', has to go back to what the original contract would have seemed to be. What the reasonable man would have assumed the terms were..
      It's pretty obvious .. it was Remain or Leave.
      And if it wasn't binding.
      Why was article 50 triggered?
      You really don't have a clue mate

    • Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6
      Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6 5 days ago

      +SirJohn Foolstaff Sweety, forget your what's and if's, the referendum was by law advisory "fact", which part of this "fact" can you not understand. Since when have you trusted your future to the words of any particular politician of any persuasion. Stop being naive, the law was passed, we have a representative parliamentary system, we are where we are due to collective false promises, illusions and incompetence. Stop bleating about it, this was always going to be the situation you voted for.

    • SirJohn Foolstaff
      SirJohn Foolstaff 5 days ago

      Sorry babe.
      As the PM ( D Cameron) said
      ' Britain has secured a special status with the union. ( to have s referendum on her membership).
      The choice was to stay ( in a reformed union) or LEAVE.
      It's not a reformed union in any way. So even if Remain had won the EU would not be 'reformed' so actually it was the remoaners who didn't know what they were voting for .. as what are these so called reforms??
      There are no reforms I know of yet / since the campaign? Actually since 2016 actually the EU has anounced its plan to form an army! Christ
      No it was quite clear what the people were voting for
      Leave or remain mate
      And as the prime minister said
      There is ' no going back'
      No going back
      Sorry you lost.
      But it's legally binding.
      Your attempts to pervert the basics of contract law are only highlighting your evil.
      Law of contract is sacred.
      As is democracy to many hard working people.
      Even IF it wasn't intended to be legally binding.
      It always goes back to what the reasonable person would have assumed the initial terms of the offer were.
      So, you can claim it was advisory, but everyone believed it was binding as that was the language that was used. So actually, we have a contract going and the government is liable and bound to deliver.


    • Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6
      Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6 5 days ago

      +SirJohn Foolstaff Not clear to many obviously, the legal basis of the referendum as voted for by our representative parlement was specially that of "advisory". If people don't understand the definition perhaps they should wind their necks in, thanks.

    • SirJohn Foolstaff
      SirJohn Foolstaff 5 days ago

      Offer + acceptance = contract
      A contract is legally binding.
      Another way to look at it is .. is there a meeting of minds?
      It was quite obvious from the referendum campaign what was going on.
      About 30 million people cast a votes.
      The terms were quite clear thanks

  • Ralf Rath
    Ralf Rath 5 days ago

    The Fall of the House of Chaos! The British problem is their own chaos parliament! This can ruin the UK! But who will pay the price? I think the British people. I only can advise Nothern Ireland and Scotland leave the sinking UK Ship before you have to pay and to pay the Brexit chaos!🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️🙋‍♂️

  • Ziggy Zig
    Ziggy Zig 5 days ago +5

    Great Britain reminds me of Nicky Pollard from little Britain
    “No but yeah no but yeah “ Britons in couple of words don’t have much character sorry but this is how the rest of the world see you. Just leave

  • The Erdebon
    The Erdebon 5 days ago

    Must be the laughing stock of Europe. Disgusting watching these idiots sniggering, leering and trying to out do each other when they need to be making decisions

  • Jack Hilder
    Jack Hilder 5 days ago +13

    Get. Off. Your. Phones. What are you even paid for? Attendance? So disrespectful... this entire process and their bad attitudes have made me lose confidence in parliament.

  • t peg
    t peg 5 days ago

    second referendom why is this a problem leavers will get a majority once more as they can now see how wonderful it will be …

    • lucky ducky
      lucky ducky 5 days ago

      t peg that ain’t gonna happen.

  • siddle jack
    siddle jack 5 days ago

    Politicians have lost the plot, they act like children, article 50 was voted in to be triggered by the same clowns who now say no to it. tough you morons, they created a law of the land when they voted for Brexit. Mrs May should now say that law stands and we leave on WTO terms, and stop pushing her silly stupid idiotic deal nonsense. Then after Brexit everyone must ignore the TORIES< LABOUR,LIB DEM, GREENS , SNP. and vote for any party that wants the lords scrapped, and that wants direct democracy to rid us of this daft parliamentary democracy that is a complete farce. As for the chancellor he is crazy and should resign along with the lunatics in the cabinet.

  • bird small
    bird small 5 days ago +3

    the busiest government, but do nothing

  • Dom Perignon
    Dom Perignon 5 days ago

    gangsters out out out out

  • Allwyn Barreto
    Allwyn Barreto 5 days ago +2

    Broken record responses by the conservatives

  • Ashish Kumar
    Ashish Kumar 5 days ago

    If britian leave EU with Brexit no deal it would be economic crisis in UK and Europe union

    • ATH3X G
      ATH3X G 5 days ago +2

      No it wouldn't, that's exactly what they want you to believe, the only downfall would be companies using cheap labour and no more foreign scum under cutting peoples jobs, a bright and rich future for all British people. Jersey is a perfect example of flourishing without dictatorship.

  • Paul Malachowski
    Paul Malachowski 6 days ago +1

    I Think Democracy Has Failed In Britain And Failed The People of Britain
    It is Very Clear politicians are failing to act on the
    wishes of 17.4 million people that have demonstrated the most determined democratic
    response to a referendum in the history of Britain, The People of Britain were given a vote to
    leave the EU or remain with a deal or without a deal; the result of the referendum has produced all the attributes of
    the worst betrayal toward British Democracy, through the actions of politicians
    bullying and manipulation determined to block Brexit, with no
    regard for the people's vote, such a display should alarm any voter either Remainers or Brexiteers.
    We must not forget that the government invokes Article
    50 of the Lisbon Treaty. This is a significant red button. Once the Article
    50 process is commenced then Brexit does become a matter of law. It would
    appear this process is irreversible and irrevocable once it starts. If Brexit
    doesn’t happen, I think it would destroy all trust in the British democratic system.
    However people have voted, the democratic system gives the people the only piece
    of power, ( a small piece ) to determine
    their future and the only voice they have in society to have some say over
    their lives. By taking away the peoples voice and disregarding the vote is not
    in any way democracy, it is despotism.

    • Lawrence James
      Lawrence James 5 days ago +1

      Yes: we are endangered by the emergence of single-issue fanatics who are using bombast and threats to browbeat the majority,. Just listen to the rabble rowser Farage and his accomplices on the fringes of the Tory party.

    • Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6
      Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6 5 days ago +1

      We probably have the oldest representative government in the world, we vote every 5 years for MPs and a parliament to run the country and make decisions in the best interests of all of it's people. Since when has that changed ? Parliament must take back control from the lunatic fringes who have had too much influence on government.

    • Lawrence James
      Lawrence James 5 days ago +1

      17 million out of an electorate of 47 million have chosen to declare themselves the 'will of the people' with dictatorial powers.

  • Graham Foster
    Graham Foster 6 days ago

    When mrs May sat just shaking her head following the the recent vote she reminded me of Churchill, NOT Winston but the head shaking dog in the insurance ad. Get her out NOW

  • William Wallace
    William Wallace 6 days ago

    Stop letting the UK run you be free u have nothing to fear develop your own communities bring the people back together as one you will make more of a difference and develop much faster together than always at odds you don't need a government to lead yourselves a good leader leads cause they have to not cause they want to and if it doesn't work for him and his people aren't involved but yet you involve yourselves with things your own people hate you for wake up and realize if that person does not live in your community he is worried about his and carries the interests of his community not country to speak for ones you dont even know is slavery you spend trillions every year trying to get it right and never do and now across the world people believe we are on the brink of ww3 how many of you government people will be the first to die or will it be your people great kings were the first in but yet you all hide I dont believe in leaders today because I am not in their best interest I am but a pawn in their game of life

  • fuck the EU/May&OllieRobbins

    Who was that women in grey, was she delivering sharia may and ollie robbins 30 pieces of silver from sorearse and the EU

  • Chris L
    Chris L 6 days ago +1

    🤡🤢😷🤡🤢😷🤡 Please, just GO!!!!!! I'm sick to listen about this F* england😷🤢💩

  • Andris Paralax
    Andris Paralax 6 days ago +1

    I hope they cancel Brexit so we can go back to our lives already!

  • Kaysha P
    Kaysha P 6 days ago +7

    All remainers here must be sacked

  • offwiththefairies77
    offwiththefairies77 6 days ago +1

    "Liked" for others to view only. No deal. Just get us out. ffs.

    • Peter Bennett
      Peter Bennett 5 days ago

      offwiththefairies77 A no deal is just a quick fix... until they put a border up and then we’re all fucked. If you want to be the one to stand unarmed at that border then I understand why you would want a no deal but I’m guessing you wouldn’t want to so....

  • ras yildo
    ras yildo 6 days ago +2

    FREEDOMMMMM for Scotland and Ireland. Perfect time..

  • ras yildo
    ras yildo 6 days ago

    GRExit. Today Brexit next is gonna be GREXIT. 400 billion dollar debt consolidated. There is no way that Greeks will pay that. Germans are sick and tired of paying greeks debts. Germans are questioning why on the earth their taxes go to Greece?! Greeks all they do is FIESTA and enjoying EU ‘ s money.. Now UK is out. Who will pay off Greeks consolidated debts??

  • Paul Malachowski
    Paul Malachowski 6 days ago +5

    What a disgrace British politicians acting like spoiled insecure jellies with no backbone, demonstrating their total disrespect for the British Voters. What a betrayal for the people's referendum.

    • Rory Lion
      Rory Lion 5 days ago +1

      What do you expect with a weak woman leader.....May has never excelled in any political task she has been given.

  • pega1 ag
    pega1 ag 6 days ago +1

    Wot we need is a ambassador for uk

    • Andris Paralax
      Andris Paralax 6 days ago +1

      I think you don't know what an ambassador is!

  • Fred Fernackerpan
    Fred Fernackerpan 6 days ago +4

    Absolutely pathetic. I am not surprised Oliver Cromwell despatched the rabble that seems to pass for an MP and created the rump parliament. In the modern era there appears to be about 300 too many MPs anyway; cut the number down so that they actually fit into the chamber.
    Theresa May is not a leader, she is a dinner lady. The likes of Soubry & Morgan are going to get an absolute pasting at the next general election. You go against the people's will at your peril.

    • Fred Fernackerpan
      Fred Fernackerpan 5 days ago

      +Lawrence James Population increase doesn't mean you need more MPs, just more administrators to deal with constituency issues. Personally I would get rid of this representation model anyway - I don't feel my local MP represents me anyway.
      As for the Oliver Cromwell, he ended the tyranny of Charles I and set the country on course for the greatest period of rising prosperity it has ever known. Do you think the modern parliament is capable of that ?

    • Lawrence James
      Lawrence James 5 days ago +1

      And what did Cromwell replace the Commons with ? A military dictatorship. Incidentally, the population has risen since the mid-17th century which is why we have more MPs.

  • Paul
    Paul 6 days ago

    I feel an overwhelming need to apologise to members of the EU for inflicting upon you this bunch of self-serving mediocrities. There was a lot I used to feel proud about my country (England). Our music and comedy, some beautiful countryside and friendly people. My grandfather died in WW2 and my father did his stint of National Service in Malaysia where he was seriously wounded.
    I'm angry and extremely saddened by the antics of these predominantly over-privileged Eton boys. They're a disgrace.

  • Scott Sinclair
    Scott Sinclair 6 days ago +5

    the most inept gov I have ever known

  • Netty Voyager
    Netty Voyager 6 days ago

    get well soon teresa :)

  • Rory Lion
    Rory Lion 6 days ago +6

    Third time lucky eh May......what a bunch of no hopers we have in politics. We need to vote them all out, both labour and conservatives and vote in a more competent lot.

    • lucky ducky
      lucky ducky 5 days ago

      Marco Dali Fultano nope Tories Labour and goodbye Lib Dem’s

    • Marco Dali Fultano
      Marco Dali Fultano 5 days ago

      Rory Lion no- just tories and Blairites corrupted by Zio globalists

    SABAY WATCH 6 days ago


    FAT MAN 6 days ago +2

    UK by elections are scheduled for the 2nd of may 2019, let's sack them ALL

  • john metrac
    john metrac 6 days ago +2

    Why are we dealing with Europe tell them to get stuffed we don’t need them

    • Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6
      Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6 5 days ago

      Yes, where is our blitz spirit. Get out the food stamps and gas masks we'll show them bluddy foriners who's boss.

    • john metrac
      john metrac 5 days ago

      SSMART yes let’s start growing our own food again we don’t need nothing off them

    • SSMART
      SSMART 6 days ago +1

      80% foods in the UK came from Europe....

    • Jan Willem de Groot
      Jan Willem de Groot 6 days ago

      You are dealing with yourselves. That's the problem.

  • Eamonn Murphy
    Eamonn Murphy 6 days ago +1

    hmmmm. It looks like UK will crash out of Europe or go for referendum. The extension probably wont be granted unless Uk states it is for new referendum or for time to exit the union. Europe does not want any more negotiations; Also, they are probably convinced the current deal cant go through parliament: The only hope might be if Uk states it needs time to find a new formula outside of negotiating with Europe but this is also unlikely to succeed! This could be all done and dusted by the 29th. If there is a new referendum, it would seem the Uk will remain in Europe.

    • Paul
      Paul 5 days ago

      +ATH3X G 💩🚽

    • ATH3X G
      ATH3X G 5 days ago

      A referendum? It will be leave again, what they gonna do then have 3rd? Conservatives and Labour will be out come the next election, it's time for someone who isn't a politician and wants change. We need Trump.

  • ned Kelly
    ned Kelly 6 days ago +19

    The Government should be prosecuted for wasting the tax payers money if we don't leave the EU

    • martin stevens
      martin stevens 2 days ago

      Well shopowners could always charge immigrants from the EU extra ,sack them from jobs like pro EU bosses have been doing to leavers. We don't have to be pushovers we can easily make them regret everything the politicians will wish they didn't backstab .

      LODZ CITY 6 days ago +1

      twój kraj to absolutne gówno a królowa to kurwa!

  • Ron Gerris
    Ron Gerris 6 days ago +1

    I am a European citizen and would say we KICK Britain out of the EU with NO deal because they think we are the crazy once. My advice would be to the UK: Go and live on your Island back into the 19th century but accept the consequences of your choices

    • Zoroaster1996
      Zoroaster1996 6 days ago

      If you think that the EU is going to serve you well, then you really aren't paying attention.

  • Amelius 92
    Amelius 92 6 days ago +1

    What happens if the Speaker rejects a 3rd meaningful vote on the May-Deal because they can't put an already defeated Motion back a second time (Erskine)?

  • The Earl of Grantham

    If they don't deliver a clean Brexit there will be a riot I dare say.

    • Richard Claxton
      Richard Claxton 6 days ago

      Sorry, I just can’t understand.

    • Andris Paralax
      Andris Paralax 6 days ago +1

      Are you going to serve tea in front of the Parliament? Oh, how daring!

    • The Earl of Grantham
      The Earl of Grantham 6 days ago

      +Richard Claxton You're forgetting that we're British.

    • Richard Claxton
      Richard Claxton 6 days ago

      If brexit does happen and it doesn’t work out there will be a bigger riot . Can’t win.

  • Calvary Crusader
    Calvary Crusader 6 days ago +3

    It is high time for me to put an end to your sitting in this place, which you have dishonoured by your contempt of all virtue, and defiled by your practice of every vice. Ye are a factious crew, and enemies to all good government. Ye are a pack of mercenary wretches, and would like Esau sell your country for a mess of pottage, and like Judas betray God for a few pieces of money. Is there a single virtue now remaining amongst you? Is there one vice you do not possess? Ye have no more religion than my horse. Which of you have not bartered your conscience for bribes? Is there a man amongst you that has the least care for the good of this England? Ye sordid prostitutes have you not defiled this sacred place, and turned the Lord's temple into a den of thieves, by your immoral principles and wicked practices? Ye are grown intolerably odious to the whole nation. You were instructed here by the people to get grievances redressed, are yourselves become the greatest grievance. Your country therefore calls upon me to cleanse this Augean stable, by putting a final period to your iniquitous proceedings in this House; and which by God's help, and the strength he has given me, I am now come to do. I command ye therefore, upon the peril of your lives, to depart immediately out of this place. Go, get you out! Make haste! Ye venal slaves be gone! Take away that shining bauble there, and lock up the doors. In the name of God, go!

  • weweko kowe
    weweko kowe 6 days ago +2

    useless politicians good only to tie knots around themselves, the world is laughing!🤣😝
    MPs job IS to represent the electorate, you lost the trust ladies and gentlemen
    Do you need a repeat referendum with the same result with even higher difference to confirm your disconnect? We will show you the door then. You will not keep your job.
    The media are also at fault. Stop trying to influence public opinion!!!

  • edduuuard
    edduuuard 6 days ago

    UK outside of EU is not interested by none investors.
    UK shot themselves in the leg.

    • edduuuard
      edduuuard 6 days ago

      Dear Scottish, the reality with UK to be the 5th economy in the world will not last long.
      Already is a fact the hard Brexit will cause a -10% of GDP.
      There are not margin to grow the UK, but EU has all countries in the East which are doubling their GPD at every 10 years.
      When the eastern countries of EU will adopt EURO currency, the UK will be insignificant for the world.

    • weweko kowe
      weweko kowe 6 days ago +1

      Go back to school

    • Scottish
      Scottish 6 days ago

      Utter nonsense. We have a top 5 economy on the planet and you think countries don't want to trade with us???
      Stop watching the BBC and think for yourself, ridiculously stupid comment.

  • GazSChad
    GazSChad 6 days ago +4

    No point voting against no deal, if you already voted against the deal twice. The EU have stated that they wont renegotiate the withdrawal agreement. Looks like our representatives are trying to cancel Brexit, against the will of the 17.5 million people who they're supposed to represent. They'll use this vote, to justify excluding a no-deal brexit from the 2nd referendum option list. Leaving us with option 1: No brexit it. Or option 2: The one and only deal the EU is offering. I expect this has been the plan for sometime.

    • GazSChad
      GazSChad 5 days ago

      +Peter Bennett We put a man on the moon in 1969, but we can't make a border work in 2019? The whole northern Ireland border issue, has been inflated to serve as the focal point of this whole drama. A work of fiction, to portray a dogged attempt at delivering the results of the referendum. It's been clear from the beginning Brexit goes against the will of our masters. The question is, how much damage will this shabby production do, to our political system? What happens when you lift the veil on 17.5 million people all at once? Especially people exposed to the very current example, set by our French neighbors.

    • Peter Bennett
      Peter Bennett 5 days ago

      No deal = a border, which obviously wouldn’t work. No deal isn’t a solution, it’s just an additional problem.

  • Andrew Bell
    Andrew Bell 6 days ago +1

    Hopefully we can have a revote and people now know what the vote stands for and what the consequences are, as I don’t believe people voted with enough information first time round.

  • The4ndrew
    The4ndrew 6 days ago

    Please free us and agree with our vote.

  • catherine duffy
    catherine duffy 6 days ago

    Theresa Mays 'deal' is a withdrawal agreement which costs 39 billion pounds with no guarantees of a trade deal. In fact theyve already got the money so what incentive would they have to reach a mutually favourable deal. Meanwhile theyre buying time for another referendum or forever kick the can down the road because they cant reach a mutually acceptable deal. Its not deal or no deal. Its remain or leave on March 29 2019 at 11pm, as enshrined in law, and default to wto which saves 39 billion pounds and gives the UK a clean break from the eu which is what 17.4 million people voted for.

  • Ace Ace
    Ace Ace 6 days ago +1

    why doesn't PM join the debate? Could any British explain?

    • PB J
      PB J 6 days ago

      Ace Ace (I know barely anything about politics so if there is a real reason then that’s fair enough)

    • PB J
      PB J 6 days ago

      Ace Ace I honestly have no clue. Unless she is talking to the EU or something else important like this, then that is quite worrying

  • A L X Armed Liberation Xecutive

    Hard Irish border referendum 32 counties up the RA 🇮🇪

  • Jiffy
    Jiffy 6 days ago +2

    The majority of our 'Remainer /London/ Centric Mp's' live in another world from the Plebiscites.
    Typical examples include Soubry and Cooper, for starters.
    All we ever hear, without any justification is project fear (Hammond, Carney, Blair, etc, etc) without any serious Rationale as to why we should remain in the corrupt EU political establishment.
    All we ever hear are soundbites like 'Cliff Edge, Crashing out, etc, etc.
    What we do not hear, is any support whatsoever on making our great country great again, given it's known potential to innovate and create great products and services.
    What we do discern from all of this, is that our Parliament is resigned to the fact that in order to survive we must have a body collect of non elected foreign power members of the EU political establishment, whose main powers are derived from a Franco/German/ Kalergi plan to dominate Europe. What then is the purpose of Parliament, it will be no more than a local council chamber in time if the EU gets it's way.
    This aspect is the most terrifying, and given a current backdrop of rising EU Populism we will see the UK dragged into a power struggle/vacuum with huge financial consequences. ,If we are not allowed to escape in time before the whole Ponzi scheme comes crashing down.

    The EU political experiment has been a disaster, just ask Greece and Italy and then you will understand what this is all about, power and control and the transfer of jobs and wealth from all members to Germany and France.

    • Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6
      Lancer_2000_Turbo/Audi_UrS6 5 days ago

      We are handing Europe to Germany and France by virtue of our leaving. The UK have played a pivotal role in European politics for years, that influence is being completely lost by Brexit. As for making our country great that has nothing at all to do with the EU, our own chronic short termism and reliance on a corrupt financial sector is to blame.

    • Andrew Bell
      Andrew Bell 6 days ago

      Because leaving will only be worse.

  • Babaloo Bimbo
    Babaloo Bimbo 6 days ago

    Hey square heads or block or whatever you call yourselves what the f-ck u want ?? Listen dont go mad, don't go glad, JUST GO ! And please, please do not ever come back in EUROPE , stay put there, play golf or cricket in your wonderful wet island. Jesus Christ where ever we go in europe there's always a f-king english horse teeth ... Did you not suppose loving your f--- kingdom (lol) ? Why then always buggin us around here ... Just Go, gooooo ! Away .. away ... Rule Britania between yourselves .. lol ..

  • Les james
    Les james 6 days ago +2

    Stop the scare tactics OMG, get behind WHAT THE PEOPLE VOTED FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • name 123
    name 123 6 days ago +4

    "Deal or no deal, Mr Bond?" James Bond thought about the question. He knew Theresa May was a dangerous foe. Stubborn, brittle. Her voice reminded Bond of someone eating glass. It was a rough, painful sound that sent a shiver of cold sweat down your spine. He quickly removed the thought from his mind. He had to stay focussed. Bond had defeated many enemies that had the temerity to threaten queen and country. Largo, Goldfinger, Blofeld. The list was extensive. May was just another upstart with delusions of grandeur. Her Brexit deal was proof of that. It was the product of the criminally insane. "No deal, " Bond replied in defiant manner.

    • Ytremz
      Ytremz 6 days ago

      "Do we have a deal, Mr Bond?" would fit better surely

  • anon psychology
    anon psychology 6 days ago +5

    if we`re not out of the EU 100% by the friday 29th march - EVERYBODY that voted LEAVE needs to descend on London and demand we LEAVE 100% NO DELAY NO 2ND REF NOTHING.


    • Dj David
      Dj David 6 days ago +1

      Lol 😂😂

    • no bot
      no bot 6 days ago +1

      Calm down man. Do some yoga. That will help.

  • MegaChubbyBunnie
    MegaChubbyBunnie 6 days ago

    The deal is dead as is the illusion of democracy but the electorate wont even bat an eye lid.say bye bye british army.

  • VMX12k
    VMX12k 6 days ago +2

    No Deal! Get out of EU on our own terms and leave the EU to their migrant problems. Thats what people voted for, not some deal to keep us bound to the EU.

  • richard burton
    richard burton 6 days ago +2

    At this point 'negotiating a future relationship' is ridiculous. We don't know our present relationship and therefore have no direction. Confusion rules. Extending article 50 will only extend the confusion. Our parliament are divided and nearly conquered - we have to take our freedom first in order to unite the country and then negotiate our relationship with the EU

    • richard burton
      richard burton 6 days ago

      +Andrew Bell You give no reasons. I'm sure you believe it but you need to understand the scenario and logically extrapolate. The UK has clearly made a dog's dinner of the negotiations but with one of our main points off the table we cannot expect a good deal. By leaving we would end the paralyzing uncertainty and unite the country to negotiate good relations with the rest of the world, including the EU.

    • Andrew Bell
      Andrew Bell 6 days ago

      Nonsense you can’t just leave with so much uncertainty that leaving with a no deal would bring.

  • paul crombie
    paul crombie 6 days ago +4

    Goodbye tories.
    Have a nice Death!

    • Jack Hessey
      Jack Hessey 5 days ago

      You say that but knowones gonna vote labour either they've fucked up enough. UKIP or Lib Dems will be voted in next

  • SwordOF Truth
    SwordOF Truth 6 days ago +8

    I say sharpen your swords an take direct Action

    • SwordOF Truth
      SwordOF Truth 3 days ago

      +Lawrence James heads

    • Lawrence James
      Lawrence James 5 days ago

      I thought readers would have the wit to imagine what the forces of the state possess: the newsreels of the recent French disturbances would give you an idea. I don't think you've really thought about of what a civil war would mean.

    • Peter Bennett
      Peter Bennett 5 days ago

      If they vote for no deal and put up a border then that’s exactly what will happen.

    • Lawrence James
      Lawrence James 5 days ago

      'Swords' versus . . . ?

    • Andris Paralax
      Andris Paralax 6 days ago +3

      What? You want to stab yourself now? It's your life, so do as you wish!

  • paul crombie
    paul crombie 6 days ago +4

    They hate anyone who was not born with a silver spoon in their mouth.
    But those, like me, put that spoon in their mouth in the first place!
    Ww1?, Ww2?.
    Millions killed for these, "dare i say it".

    • Crazed 357
      Crazed 357 6 days ago

      Well Putin said he will target decision centers and government assets with nukes, not the civilian population. So I guess there is something to look towards too from WW3

  • Kevin wiliiams
    Kevin wiliiams 6 days ago +3

    May now you know how it feels when Scotland want to leave and be independent but you wont let them

    • Prophet Motive
      Prophet Motive 6 days ago +5

      Scotland had a referendum for independence in 2014 and voted to stay in the UK.

  • paul crombie
    paul crombie 6 days ago

    They don't know how much i hate them.
    And the more they try to hurt me, the more powerfull i become.
    I am stronger in death than in life.

    • no bot
      no bot 6 days ago +1

      You sound like one of these religious fanatics.

    • MegaChubbyBunnie
      MegaChubbyBunnie 6 days ago

      Dont become a martyr bro i wouldnt break a sweat its goin down globally bro grab the popcorn skin up enjoy the show get a bug out bag lol

  • paul crombie
    paul crombie 6 days ago +1

    It says this requires payment to watch!
    Tories all over.
    I am a dalek, i will exterminate the poor!
    Pompous little cowards

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  • Duncan Sands
    Duncan Sands 6 days ago +3

    1. Next move is the E,U says times up.
    2. Farage and UKIP win the European election in MAY.
    3. Remainers in parliament vote for another Referendum.
    4. On the ballot will be two choices Mays deal or stay in the E,U. I do hope we can keep a S.O H.

    SSMART 6 days ago +3

    Why can't the UK just consider to join China?

  • Mark Fraser
    Mark Fraser 6 days ago +2

    There is no satisfactory deal to be had with the EU they won't give us one. We are just wasting time and money dealing with them. Get out now WTO. Our useless MPs who asked for the people to decide, now know better having voted for article50 and two major parties whose manifesto was to honour brexit now don't want it. Yvette Cooper now thinks she is in charge what a carve up taking no deal off the table means the EU will run this country forever. Useless shower and they just gave themselves a pay rise to shaft the electorate. Civil unrest will be inevitable.

    • catherine duffy
      catherine duffy 6 days ago

      I totally agree. How these politicians just think they can have a vote and change the law of the land just like that is staggering. I doubt they would have enough time to do that legally now anyway Lets face it Theresa M5ays so called deal is not a trade deal it is a withdrawal agreement tying us into the eu which costs £39b for a promise to hold talks on a trade deal if they decide we can leave. So its remain v no deal automatic default to wto. The British people voted to leave and run their own affairs so to me no deal is the only option.

  • Raj Soni
    Raj Soni 6 days ago

    Deal or no deal it's game over short term. If we were not tricked in the first place from people like Boris then we be in a better position today. Nothing is really clear of the overall outcome whichever way it goes. A lot of the government members only care what they think is right and not truly listening to what the people want. I don't believe there is an issue with supplies coming and going fro UK. we are in the 20th century with a brain and the people do not fall for pathetic scaremonger tactics like we will not be able to import and export goods

  • alan peaco
    alan peaco 6 days ago +23

    Three years and these weasels are still talking to them selves.

    • martin stevens
      martin stevens 2 days ago

      Theyll be gone soon enough. We can also make their lives miserable for years to come and maybe lawsuits for any reason too against them at any time. We don't have to be polite if we see them we Don't have to buy pro EU British newspapers hit them in the pockets. We can cause traffic jams on purpose like the fuel crisis there's plenty we can do

    • Carolus Martellus
      Carolus Martellus 6 days ago +1

      The British MPs still have not realized the facts: They voted for hard Brexit when they turned down the deal. The British Parliament is not in a position to decide if there is a third alternative in addition to deal or no deal. They can only approve the negotiated deal or there will be a hard brexit. The third alternative is to apply for a postponement from EU with a good reason, e.g. a new referendum. Since that is not very obvious, the result is hard Brexit, no matter what the British parliament imagines they decide on.

  • Bobby Wallbuilder
    Bobby Wallbuilder 6 days ago +8

    European democracy is dead.
    The globalists and bureaucrats would never have allowed a legitimate Brexit anyway.

    • Seb C
      Seb C 5 days ago

      +Keith Watson
      Nice observation!
      Hard to type on phones with min English autocorrect and fat thumbs ;)

    • Keith Watson
      Keith Watson 5 days ago

      +Seb C You misspelled Britain

    • Danny M
      Danny M 6 days ago +1

      +Seb C *Britain

    • Seb C
      Seb C 6 days ago +2

      You misspelled Britian