February 06, 2019

Brexit delayed by EIGHT WEEKS?

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Brexit could be delayed by EIGHT WEEKS even if Prime Minister Theresa May manages to get a deal through the House of Commons.

The news comes as the Prime Minister travels to Northern Ireland and Europe in an attempt to come to another new agreement with EU leaders that she’ll then attempt to pass through the Commons.

Her efforts may well finally result in a deal being passed through Parliament, but that doesn’t mean we’re on track for a smooth Brexit. There’s an even bumpier ride coming over the next couple of months, and it now looks like Brexit could be delayed by another TWO MONTHS.

How much longer can this government keep kicking the can down the road?

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commented 2019-02-06 14:34:26 -0500
If the UK dose not leave the EU on the 29th of March, then there will be riots on the streets. The Brexiteers have been ignored for long enough they will not lay down and whimper for any longer. Theresa May knows this and has talked about putting the Armed Forces on full alert. This would be a bad move by May because the Military will be handed over to European Command if the UK gives in to Marxist Europe by remaining a part of their gang…They want to leave.
commented 2019-02-06 14:34:26 -0500
If the UK dose not leave the EU on the 29th of March, then there will be riots on the streets. The Brexiteers have been ignored for long enough they will not lay down and whimper for any longer. Theresa May knows this and has talked about putting the Armed Forces on full alert. This would be a bad move by May because the Military will be handed over to European Command if the UK gives in to Marxist Europe by remaining a part of their gang…They want to leave.