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Busy week for politics in the UK...
In the last week...
12 MPs have quit their parties (9 from Labour, 3 from Conservatives), 11 of which quit to form a new independent party, citing opposition to labour's + conservative's Brexit stances, and Labour's total apathy to antisemitism, concerns over extremist ideology, far left bullying and intolerance of opinion.
Labour's response has been to immediately (and rather angrily in my opinion) demand by-elections must be called on the Labour MPs who've quit, to seek a change in policy which says MPs who defect will instantly be deselected and lose their place in parliament. Also to investigate at least 1 independent MP for using labour's systems after quitting.
The same day the new party was formed, A newly-independent MP was forced to apologise for saying asians and minorities had a "funny tinge".
Shortly after, this was upstaged when a sitting Labour MP was also forced to apologise for branding all the new independent MPs "Israelis" being funded by the Jewish state. Rather prov
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Our Opposition Party split today.
Our opposition party split today. 7 MPs from the Labour Party have left and formed a new independent political party. Leaving because of a passive attitude to Brexit, Corbyn's lack of leadership, extreme racism and ideological purity that has taken over the party.
They're calling for MPs across the board dissatisfied with the divisiveness, ideological extremism and intolerance of different opinions that has existed on both parties to join them.
Our opposition party's response has been a mix of "good riddance to the traitors" and virtual apathy to the antisemitism concerns MPs raised.
New party on the horizon.
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More Brexit Amendments proposed, all fail AGAIN
It seems the anti-Brexit elite will stop at nothing to get Brexit stopped... But every time they propose a way to do that they fail.
This is unreal. This has got to be the fourth or fifth attempt to get Brexit overturned in a very short space of time, and yet again all their amendments have failed.
The SNP tried again to delay Brexit and were defeated 315-93. It wasn't even close.
Labour tried to force the government to commit to a second referendum and they were defeated 322-306.
A government motion - which supported Theresa May in trying to negotiate a deal, was also defeated. But once again this was nonbinding and can be ignored.
It really is stunning to watch pro-EU politicians, who are proposing anti-Brexit bills every other week at this point - get defeated each and every time they do so.
So despite the continuous attempts to get us to stop Brexit, it really is looking like we are leaving the EU without a deal. Against all odds. Seems that way so far.
March 28th, the date we leav
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Brexit Amendments Fail Miserably
Theresa May is bloody resilient.
From what I gather tonight, Brexit amendments designed to delay Brexit, extend Article 50, and reject No Deal all failed miserably in our parliament. The SNP tabled a motion to delay Brexit and reject no deal, and it was defeated 327 - 39.
The only defeat for Theresa May (also to reject no deal) was non binding which means it can't change anything.
For all intents and purposes, Britain will be leaving the EU without a deal unless the EU aquiesce and allow renegotiation, which they are unlikely to do. Theresa May will be trying to renegotiate with them in the coming days.
Some were openly calling this the last resort to stop Brexit. Now that's been defeated, there is nothing else but potential renegotiation - and if Theresa May can't get that done in 2 months, that's it.
You have got to admire Theresa May for being completely unmovable no matter how many times the Parliament gears up to try and destroy her authority.
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Theresa May survives second no confidence vote
Our PM Theresa May has survived today's no confidence vote by just 19 points.
Result was 306 for - 325 against.
This is the second no-confidence vote she has survived in just a few weeks...
It seems her enemies just cannot be rid of her.
I think the plan was for the confidence vote to fail > Theresa May resigns > new election triggered > Corbyn elected.
Many in Parliament have continually tried to get rid of Theresa May since 2016, and even those on her own side have proclaimed they would prefer Corbyn, John Major for example.
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Today's Brexit Vote Explained
So what's happening today in a nutshell.
MPs are voting on Theresa May's Brexit Deal which many argue doesn't let us leave the EU properly.
The deal signs us up to another Customs Union with the EU, and allows the EU to dictate to the UK more than they already do because we will no longer sit at the table.
MPs voted against a no deal scenario earlier in the month.
This means if they vote against her deal, then no Brexit is apparently more likely than no deal.
Theresa May has said so herself. MPs have placed us in a situation that no Brexit is the only way. If we can't have no deal and we can't have a deal, what does that leave us?
The EU have also declared that there can be no further negotiations after this, ever.
If Theresa May's deal is voted against, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will then table a motion of no confidence in her... And if she loses the vote of no confidence then she will likely resign, a new general election triggered. It would be the second snap election
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In the last week...

12 MPs have quit their parties (9 from Labour, 3 from Conservatives), 11 of which quit to form a new independent party, citing opposition to labour's + conservative's Brexit stances, and Labour's total apathy to antisemitism, concerns over extremist ideology, far left bullying and intolerance of opinion.

Labour's response has been to immediately (and rather angrily in my opinion) demand by-elections must be called on the Labour MPs who've quit, to seek a change in policy which says MPs who defect will instantly be deselected and lose their place in parliament. Also to investigate at least 1 independent MP for using labour's systems after quitting.

The same day the new party was formed, A newly-independent MP was forced to apologise for saying asians and minorities had a "funny tinge".

Shortly after, this was upstaged when a sitting Labour MP was also forced to apologise for branding all the new independent MPs "Israelis" being funded by the Jewish state. Rather proving claims of institutional antisemitism.

All in all, the new party is now bigger than the DUP, the same size as the Liberal Democrats and has more followers on Twitter than Momentum (Corbyn's extremist offshoot group). If 1 more MP joins them they'll become the 4th biggest party in parliament.

Corbyn's getting visibly angrier, because if none of the newly independent MPs take his advice and call new elections, and if the defections pick up speed, Labour is well on their way to losing their opposition status.

Labour also issued complete support for an ISIS bride who was deprived of British citizenship this week, making PR matters worse for the party.

Labour's response to the 12th MP who simply left Labour and didn't join the Independents, was to completely dismiss antisemitism concerns, instead immediately demanding he resign as an MP and call a new by-election.
Our opposition party split today. 7 MPs from the Labour Party have left and formed a new independent political party. Leaving because of a passive attitude to Brexit, Corbyn's lack of leadership, extreme racism and ideological purity that has taken over the party.

They're calling for MPs across the board dissatisfied with the divisiveness, ideological extremism and intolerance of different opinions that has existed on both parties to join them.

Our opposition party's response has been a mix of "good riddance to the traitors" and virtual apathy to the antisemitism concerns MPs raised.

New party on the horizon.

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BritanniaLoyalist Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Bro, Is there any chance you could make any stamps for the group? also I am using some of yours on my page their great. I am going to make a few soon (When I get round to it cause I have other ideas first) LOL!
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ToastersForever Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
Well, it depends what kind of stamps they'd be.
I tend to only make stamps that I personally agree with. :-)
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BritanniaLoyalist Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Likewise I do that to with all things or things I am interested in but i was thinking just flag stamps etc thoughts?
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ToastersForever Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
Well... Which ones? :-)
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paytonsnewheart Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the llama!
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ToastersForever Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
No problem! :-)
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TheSultanAkbar Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2018
Man, you, brother, have got some issues.
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ckeuvichoi Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2018
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ToastersForever Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks! I'll check that out :-)
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ckeuvichoi Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2018
What did you think?
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