Thanks Tim, that's Parliament to me so agree it needs to get passed the votes.Hi At',
HoC = House of Commons.
For EU elections to be avoided, parliament has to pass whatever withdrawal agreement the Tories and Labour concoct - assuming they come up with something. I'm saying they definitely will - and they've got until May 22nd to do it. These talks will produce something - because they absolutely have to - as EU elections, if contested, would be a mega car crash for both main parties. Once the negotiating teams agree terms, regardless of how unpalatable they are for either party, then voting the deal through the HoC will be a rubber stamp affair. The only real question is how much worse the Con/Lab deal will be than Mrs. May's existing pants deal.
imo there is no better deal than our current one.
Better deal for UK means braking up the EU. Membership rules are clear. There are also about 13 tiered membership types. Brexiteers playing silly buggers. Out means out not happening as they don't represent majority of UK. As mentioned if the Farage gets 30% I'll be suprised.
What is not clear is what UK wants. What it wants that has been branded about politicians promising stuff that can't be delivered is exactly that. Having their cake and eating whilst delivering zilch to the rest of us. Pie in the sky. That should be clear to most by now but Brexiteers still believe in the hype and lies.