Remember Corbyn said even if we agree a way forward May's successor could change all of it after we have progressed to negotiating our exit strategy in detail.
So you'd be quite happy with the situation where a leave deal was agreed, and then a future administration could just come along and change it?
Rees yes he's Tory. Yes he opposed for valid reasons he also has a clear idea of how he would leave and feels we are being ****ed over. I get it.
So you do think that it is OK for MPs to vote against the proposed deal if there are valid reasons to do so?
I thought you were objecting to MPs voting against the proposed deal.
If you do think that it is OK for MPs to vote against the proposed deal if there are valid reasons to do so, who do you think should be the arbiter of whether they are right in thinking that the reasons are valid?
Which majority party is blocking the brexit process currently, tell me. Go on... i am waiting.
Well the majority party, when you include the votes it bought on this specific issue, is the Conservative and Unionist party.
The 'deal' unless i am mistaken is the one the EU has offered us? I don't think it's the other way round. I stand to be corrected.
Then be corrected - it is the deal which we negotiated
with them. Remember all those trips that ministers and the PM took to Brussels?
But the point of my post is Labour are opposing anything the Tories are trying to do to move this forward. That is fundamentally wrong here.
Is it wrong if they have valid reasons? Or is it only Re-smog who is allowed to vote against it for valid reasons?
Its being blocked by who you have rightly pointed out by the opposition
How can they block it when the governing party has an absolute majority?
Anyone without a brain can oppose anything. But this is causing a significant impact on our country currently, it's all about selfish gains.
But what if they are opposing it for valid reasons?
MPs are allowed to do that, right?
No i don't believe currently what May is doing is right. So my answer is NO.
But MPs who don't believe that what she is doing is right are not allowed to answer NO?
Sorry - I'm finding it difficult to see any logic in or consistency between your various positions espoused here.
if we lost the Brexit vote i would of moved on already and not had a hissy fit for the next 50years.
And you think the leading lights in your band of fellow travellers would also have done likewise? Farrago would have retired to run a country pub, and the ERG would have disbanded?
Im not trying to defend May here she should never of been elected to negotiate our way out.
You voted for her to do that...
i voted for the waste of space tories last time
It's called Leave. Which we had a deal
[Rees] opposed for valid reasons he also has a clear idea of how he would leave and feels we are being ****ed over. I get it.
I don't have the expertise for the detail what you are asking
But when those who do have the expertise look at the detail and find it so utterly horrific that they oppose it you aren't happy.
Or is it that you aren't happy unless it's Re-smog who opposes it for valid reasons?