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The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill

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The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill

Post by whatsupdoc on 13.03.17 22:46

The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill, paving the way for the government to trigger Article 50 so the UK can leave the EU.
Peers backed down over the issues of EU residency rights and a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal after their objections were overturned by MPs.
The bill is expected to receive Royal Assent and become law on Tuesday.
The BBC's Laura Kuenssberg said this would leave Theresa May free to push the button on withdrawal talks.
The prime minister could theoretically invoke Article 50, which formally starts the Brexit process, as early as Tuesday.
However, Downing Street sources have said this will not happen this week and the PM is expected to wait until the end of the month to officially notify the EU of the UK's intention to leave, thus beginning what is expected to be a two-year process.
The EU Withdrawal Bill was passed unamended after peers voted by 274 votes to 118 not to challenge the Commons again over the issue of whether Parliament should have a veto on the terms of exit.
The House of Lords had already agreed not to reinsert guarantees over the status of EU residents in the UK back into the bill after they were rejected by MPs, with the government winning the vote by a margin of 274 votes to 135.
Earlier, the government had comfortably won votes on the issues in the Commons, with only a handful of Tory MPs rebelling.
Brexit campaigners welcomed the "clear mandate" given to the UK government ahead of the start of official negotiations.
"Now, it's time to go into these negotiations with some ambition and support the government, so it can secure the very best deal - one that is good for the whole UK, and good for the EU too," said Tory MP and former minister Dominic Raab.

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Re: The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill

Post by plebgate on 14.03.17 8:40

We all knew they would cave in the end.  The majority are there because they are "yes" men/women.

Time to get rid of this very expensive care home for the elderly?  You bet it is.

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Re: The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill

Post by JimbobJones on 14.03.17 9:10

They better get on with it. I find it alarmingly suspicious that she wants to wait until the end of March. I believe the end of March is when new requirements to leave the EU are set to be introduced. Regulaions that will require any member state who wants to leave getting PERMISSION from FOURTEEN other member states. Basicaly making it IMPOSSIBLE for anyone to leave.

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Post by whatsupdoc on 14.03.17 9:18

@JimbobJones wrote:They better get on with it. I find it alarmingly suspicious that she wants to wait until the end of March. I believe the end of March is when new requirements to leave the EU are set to be introduced. Regulaions that will require any member state who wants to leave getting PERMISSION from FOURTEEN other member states. Basicaly making it IMPOSSIBLE for anyone to leave.

Yes, I briefly read about that.  Anyone know the date when the regulation comes into effect?

We need to be getting a move on.
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Post by BlueBag on 14.03.17 9:24

How would that look if the British people were told "we're not going to let you leave"?

Bring it on.
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Post by whatsupdoc on 14.03.17 9:37

When I first read about other states not allowing us to leave the EU, I thought what a crazy regulation to be adding. It's no wonder that it takes so long to arrive at a finished agreement. Let's get out ASAP.
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Post by aquila on 14.03.17 9:59

@BlueBag wrote:How would that look if the British people were told "we're not going to let you leave"?

Bring it on.
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Re;the House of Lords,Brexit

Post by willowthewisp on 15.03.17 17:50

So there are approximately 800 Lords & Dames that can claim £300.00 per day to attend,the Lords.
If they could claim an allowance for the full Fifty two Weeks,it would equal to over £62.4 Million pounds per annum to the tax payer,plus their state pension?
Not bad as a retirement income,plus perks of being Company Directors etc??

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Re: The House of Lords has passed the Brexit bill

Post by plebgate on 15.03.17 20:45

It's shocking WTW - unelected people freeloading off us and then giving us the V sign essentially.

100 lib dem peers.  How did that happen?  What have they ever done?

It's madness - 800 odd Lords/Dames, 650 MPs all living for free plus some have their families working for them and getting eyewatering sums for cushty jobs.

Gravy train, more like CHAMPAIGN AND CAVIAR TRAIL FOR LIFE. (for most of them anyway).

Add on the Royals (including minor Royals) and the total bill is humungous. 

There is talk of a new Royal yatch, William and Kate are having a massive basement extension when they move back t London full time - oh but never mind they all work so hard - LIKE WE DON'T.

It is absolutely RIDICULOUS.

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Post by willowthewisp on 16.03.17 12:58

Hi Plebgate,thanks for your reply.  
Sadly this is the so called"Democracy UK"where the Elite members of cliques engage to control the masses by their indoctrination to the Club,by using whatever means necessary,D notices,losing Criminal evidence MI5/6,Cameron's Battle Bus 2015 Election!?
Having their chums make important film programmes of who is actually damaging the UK standards of living(the under class)Benefits Brittain,can't pay we''ll take it away,so as they become the main talking point of all these "Scroungers"abusing the system?
Whilst their friends in high places are giving lucrative NHS contracts to the Richard Branson's,Virgin empire,who pay no tax to the UK tax payer as their main haven is salted away in the Virgin Island's?
Time to wake up people!,

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Post by plebgate on 16.03.17 17:12

Great post WTW and it really is time people woke up.

  I have noticed a lot of comments on some sites saying more or less the same thing, more than ever before I think.

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