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And whatever solution parliamentarians come up with has to be delivered x days before 12 April to be implemented with the EU. So there is even less time. Next week will probably decide whether there will be no-deal which is quite likely. Some small mistake or fuckup or if May is prepared to go full kamikaze could put things in the bin.

We already saw an inkling last week when the second referendum campaign somehow thought it would be great tactics to tell MPs not to vote for a second referendum amendment!? Because of the march or timing or something?! After whipping against that amendment, Corbyn stood up and declared he supports a second referendum!?

There is quite the chance that the sheeple in parliament will miss the boat because of their complancency and gullibility. No-deal crash by 'accident'. This is not accidental. But according to May, 'the people voted to suffer'.

Schengen is toast!

by epochepoque on Sat Mar 23rd, 2019 at 01:05:41 AM EST
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Indeed. Preparations in the continent and Ireland must start right away for the eventuality of a no-deal. Customs controls must be set up in the short 3 weeks left before the 12th of April. The two weeks adjournment is a readiness buffer.

I also wont be surprised if a period of grace of a few months is declared for a selection of critical goods.


by Luis de Sousa (luis[dot]de[dot]sousa[at]protonmail[dot]ch) on Sat Mar 23rd, 2019 at 09:46:51 AM EST
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