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BREXIT | EU refuses to renegotiate
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Theresa May made the remarkably odd decision yesterday of seeking a Parliamentary vote on Brexit renegotiations.
The EU had already repeatedly told May that there are no possibility of renegotiations.
The UK voted on 15 amendments to the Brexit deal and passed a movement to remove the Irish backstop. However, this was simply an unfathomably stupid waste of time and tax payers money given that the vote was neither legally binding nor had any possibility of coming into effect. The vote was therefore simply a way to try and pacify the British public by pretending under a very thin veil that Parliament was actually trying to do something constructive.
This morning Brussels and Dublin restated in very..VERY basic terminology that the EU would not renegotiate. The statement said that the EU would rather see a no deal Brexit than renegotiate.
Dublin has stated that Ireland is preparing to send troops to the border with UK occupied Northern Ireland after Brexit to enforce customs and border controls.
As Theresa May insists that Brexit will not effect the UK economy, 250 companies have already moved to Netherlands alone taking tens of thousands of jobs with them. Thousands of companies and hundreds of thousands of jobs have already been lost.
The government was this week forced to admit that the UK has lost almost £18bn/year since the 2016 referendum, which is enough to fund ALL NHS requests and short falls, to fill ALL gaps in policing (10’000 new police officers trained and hired) as well as enough to fix all of Britains shamefully bad potholes on the roads.
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