Yeah, they really need some form of transferable vote, where they can pick 1st, 2nd, 3rd choice etc.
Otherwise the vote is split 3/4/5 ways with no option gaining a majority of the house.
They just need to get into the 21st fucking century.
@Yasi + anyone else that can make it
We were thinking of either 2nd, 9th or 16th of April for the next games night at Proceed Clockwise. Do any of those dates work?
I think you'll find:
best interests of UK < best interests of Conservative party < best interests of TM
She has pretty much done exactly what the far right of the party wants, from the red lines to still allowing a no-deal brexit as a possibility .
At least with someone like JRM or Boris at the head of the party, there would have been an organised resistance, but May has subverted that because she was meant to be the resistance to these nutters.
Great. We are trying to organise another session in April, so will post the date up on this thread as soon as we know.
Or, you know, faced with such a shit show, May could compromise with the opposition, or change tack and try something different.
But no, exactly the same thing over and over until either it works or the UK is fucked.
These march for leavers sound special:
“My main reason for doing this is we’ve got a democracy and parliament is overthrowing democracy,” he said, on his first ever political rally. “I don’t want my grandchildren being conscripted by an EU army likely led by the Germans.”
This is a fucking shit show.
Government motion will pass, which basically assures that May will bring back the same deal again next week, but now the brexiteers will get behind it, otherwise extension. Fucking hell.
*Unless the 4th amendment passes tonight, which stops the government bringing the same deal back
No, May will just bring her deal back next week, and with DUP + ERG support, along with the few labour rebels who keep backing her, it will pass.
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