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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2016 8:29 pm 
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Labour will seek to amend any bill on the Article 50 process to withdraw from the EU, Jeremy Corbyn has reiterated.
The Labour leader told Sky News this was to ensure Britain maintained access to Europe's markets, workers' rights and environmental protection measures.
But his party would respect the EU referendum result, he said.
It comes as the government prepares to go to court on Monday to challenge the High Court ruling that it must consult MPs before triggering Article 50.
Mr Corbyn said: "When the Article 50 debate comes up we will put forward an amendment to it which will be on the issues I've just said on market access and protections.

"We want those to be part of the negotiation but we are respecting the result of the referendum. It might not be the one we wanted, it's the one we've got."
He said Labour's amendment would not delay the Brexit process and that it was necessary to stop "those in the Tory party" who wanted to "sever all connection with Europe, reduce corporate taxation, set up some kind of bargain basement trade agreement with the US".
This, he said, would lead to a drop in wages, public spending and living standards in the UK.
Article 50 is part of the Lisbon Treaty, which became EU law in 2009, and sets out the process for countries leaving the European Union.
Once it is activated, the UK will be cut out of EU decision-making at the highest level and there will be no way back unless by unanimous consent from the other member states.
It will then have to negotiate its exit with the EU's 27 other member states - a process which is supposed to be complete within two years.
Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to invoke Article 50 by the end of March.

In other words once it has to go through parliament it ain't gonna happen the filibustering will put paid to it

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 1:29 pm 
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It was Labour who caused all this mess.


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Nidge2 wrote:
It was Labour who caused all this mess.



and they are going to keep on at it :roll:

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TT keeps on backing a loser........Corbyn the hypocrit is........... UNELECTABLE =D>

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cabby john wrote:
TT keeps on backing a loser........Corbyn the hypocrit is........... UNELECTABLE =D>



i'm not so sure people will vote for anyone or anything without thinking it through I do hope he doesn't because if he does the country is finished

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:09 pm 
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Nidge2 wrote:
It was Labour who caused all this mess.





No it was not.
It was the voters who voted to join many years ago under certain conditions which have been totally changed by unelected people only interested in feathering their own nest.

A majority of the voters seen sense and decided enough was enough and consequently voted to leave.

Labour was not the cause of this so called mess.


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heathcote wrote:
Nidge2 wrote:
It was Labour who caused all this mess.





No it was not.
It was the voters who voted to join many years ago under certain conditions which have been totally changed by unelected people only interested in feathering their own nest.

A majority of the voters seen sense and decided enough was enough and consequently voted to leave.

Labour was not the cause of this so called mess.

Was there a public vote on weather we joined the EEC as it was then? I don't remember one. I remember a referendum on our continued membership held in 1975 but not one to join.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 7:40 am 
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Indeed we had been trying to get in for years but de Gaulle hated us so once he went we got in in 1973 along with the Dutch it was only afterwards that the electorate got a vote on whether to stay in or not 67.2 % voted yes

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Nidge2 wrote:
It was Labour who caused all this mess.


HOW?

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heathcote wrote:
Nidge2 wrote:
It was Labour who caused all this mess.





No it was not.
It was the voters who voted to join many years ago under certain conditions which have been totally changed by unelected people only interested in feathering their own nest.

A majority of the voters seen sense and decided enough was enough and consequently voted to leave.

Labour was not the cause of this so called mess.


now now be careful your dealing with Cab Drivers here and stating the facts might make you unpopular #-o

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Indeed we had been trying to get in for years but de Gaulle hated us so once he went we got in in 1973 along with the Dutch it was only afterwards that the electorate got a vote on whether to stay in or not 67.2 % voted yes


And the LEFT including Corbyn and ME told YOU loons get out ............did yer fu~k you voted for it CONGENITAL IDIOTS ??.....................OH YES :D

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WHEN WE PULL OUT I WANT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AGREED BY ME ........................NO DOUBT YOU TOO ?

WHICH OF COURSE IS WHAT jc IS SAYING :D

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the EU is every MP's pension pot and job opportunity when they get the elbow from Westminster, the bankers, insurances, portfolio managers and the like wont let us leave, it was a lost cause from day 1

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wannabeeahack wrote:
the EU is every MP's pension pot and job opportunity when they get the elbow from Westminster, the bankers, insurances, portfolio managers and the like wont let us leave, it was a lost cause from day 1


I am surprised that an argument has NOT been put forward, claiming that many politicians have a clear conflict of interest to the detriment of the UK.

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cabby john wrote:
wannabeeahack wrote:
the EU is every MP's pension pot and job opportunity when they get the elbow from Westminster, the bankers, insurances, portfolio managers and the like wont let us leave, it was a lost cause from day 1


I am surprised that an argument has NOT been put forward, claiming that many politicians have a clear conflict of interest to the detriment of the UK.



I wonder if we can get you added as a last minute witness :D

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