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Khandro | 08:59 Thu 23rd Jan 2020 | News
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'The Bill cleared its final Parliamentary hurdle at 6.17pm when the House of Lords bowed to the will of the Commons, which had overturned every amendment by peers this week. After three years of high drama, which cost Theresa May her premiership and changed the political land- scape of Britain, the Brexit Bill was passed in a moment of silence as peers were asked if they were “content” or “not content”. With no one saying “not content”, the Bill was nodded through.'
No question, just a sigh of relief.

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Good.

Misjudging the view of the nation cost David Cameron too.
...and thus, finally, was the establishment cowed into enacting the will of the people.
Hurray !
TTT - the will of only some of the people.
The 'majority' of the people, which is what a democracy is all about.
Diddly, The will of the majority of the people.
the majority diddly, that is what is known as democracy.
snap!
*delighted* and so we move forward
A misguided and misled-by-lies majority.
Definitely NOT in my case ..
oh dear, the nasty wasty peoples must be thick to not agree with me! Diddly, you lost, suck it up!
Diddly, do get over the sour grapes.
diddly only likes democracy when the outcome is what she wants.
I don't suppose that any of you know EU nationals who have lived here for over 60 years who have had to apply for "settled status"? That, amongst many other things, is just plain wrong.
^Well, there's a good reason to trash democracy!
why is that wrong diddly? They are not being booted out they are being asked to join that's all. Not unreasonable to ask someone to join the nation they call home.
Hardly "it". Just the end of the latest chapter. What's left is even more important, as it's now up to the Tories to shape our post-Brexit future -- and own that future, for a change.

A significant step, but nowhere near "it".
jim, from the Feb 1 we are no longer governed by Junckett and co that'll do me me old china!

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