Who said anything about overturning the result of the referendum? How we leave and under what terms is what is being disputed. And I thought the situation with regard to the 29th MARCH 2019 date is that it can be extended provided all 28 members states of the EU agree (ie the UK plus the other 27).
Pics taken from over a kilometer away, so a little grainy.
So a Remain supporting House of Commons is attempting to overturn the result of the referendum, doesn't say much about democracy does it? However, these MPs have already passed the Withdrawal Act which stipulates we leave with or without a deal on March 29th next year. There will need to be major shenanigans in parliament for this to change.
Official---- the police will not give a press release until there has been a formal identification, but by all accounts it was Keiron that was washed up on a beach in Dorset. Question now remains, how did he get from Dawlish to Dorset in just a flimsy dessing gown and jim jam.
More info here about the rail infrastructure works (with accompanying disruption in service) via this link. https://www.gwr.com/travel-updates/planned-engineering/SWupgrade
The majority of MPs do not want No Deal.
May now has a guaranteed minimum of 117 Tory MPs who will vote against her Remain deal, plus the DUP. Corbyn has denounced her sham deal and will carry Labour MPs with him. We are now closer to a no-deal exit than ever before, it is enshrined in law that we leave on March 29th, that's just over 100 days away. May's strategy of trying to bounce MPs into accepting her deal at the last moment will ...
Depends. A week is a long time in politics as someone once said. I'll give you a different scenario. She leaves the vote in the HoC on the proposed deal until the last possible moment that she can. Now that the No Deal hardline Brexiteers have shown their hand and in the process have now lost their influence, so now the Remain and Soft Brexit MPs have gained leverage. In other words, May can ...
A spokesman said: "Owing to forecast heavy storms that can cause waves to over-top the exposed sea wall at Dawlish, CrossCountry services will not operate between Newton Abbot and Exeter St Davids between the start of service and approximately 12.30 on Thursday 13 December. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/flood-alert-part-devon-coast-2322612
I don't do Eyes of Dawlish. Can someone post up what his sister has said. There has been no press release from the Police.