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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-court-case-ecj-ruling-article-50-theresa-may-deal-uk-european-court-justice-latest-a8675541.html

This is massive news. Almost certain that Parliament will vote on revoking Article 50 now; the fallout of revoking it would be very interesting though.

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2 minutes ago, phart said:

Sorry never saw this when i posted in the Brexit thread.

Looks like there is a way out of this now. Slip out the backdoor.

No worries.

There being clear way out of this now is important, the deal that's on the table isn't going to get through and the EU seem to be in no mood to negotiate anything else. It's essentially no deal or no Brexit now for the Government - and parliament may force their hand.

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7 hours ago, Clyde1998 said:

No worries.

There being clear way out of this now is important, the deal that's on the table isn't going to get through and the EU seem to be in no mood to negotiate anything else. It's essentially no deal or no Brexit now for the Government - and parliament may force their hand.

If May eventually puts her 'deal' to the vote, and is defeated, then by what process would 'no Brexit' be triggered? A parliamentary vote served up to avoid a no deal Brexit?

Then might that not cause some Brexiteers (and even some Remainers, uncomfortable with stopping Brexit) to reluctantly accept the May deal, as better than no Brexit at all? 

Who knows??

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