@Vicks - agree about the closest vote. It wasn't deliberate cherry picking on my part rather that because of the antagonism towards a 2nd referendum/confirmatory vote it was that issue that was to the forefront of my mind and was notable because of the number of votes (the most) the idea received when put to MPs. So........how about a confirmatory vote on there being a UK wide customs union ...
Then there are those who, conversely, believe the EU to be a bastion of neo-liberalism.
Almost three years ago Nigel Farage said that if the result of the referendum was 52/48 to Remain then the closeness of the result would be ‘unfinished business’ and that pressure for a second referendum would grow. I wonder if he and other likeminded souls still think that way ..... www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nigel-farage-wants-second-referendum-7985017
Just to point out that whilst none of the alternative Brexit motions were carried in the indicative vote, the motion that did garner the most Ayes was the one for a confirmatory referendum. For -268 Against -295 Not so long ago that idea was totally dismissed by many MPs.
Praps Remainers should all join the Conservative Party pronto!
You just beat me to it Scapegoat!! I was just coming on here to ask the following with regard to these new motoring regulations. To those of you who object to them is it because; a) they have come from the EU? or b) that you don't see why driving should be made safer? or c) both of the above ?
@S - what makes you think that Brexit will be over any time soon?
Jacob R-M apparently now saying that he will back May's deal provided the DUP agree to do the same.
This is @S capegoat's description of Brexit which I love so much I'll repeat it again here. Brexit - They promised us unicorns. T hey gave us a lame donkey with an ice-cream cone on its head.