As the Brexit process treads water, we’ve decided to stand back and ask some poignant questions: does Brexit matter in the big scheme of things? Is it virtually irrelevant beside the forces that are shaping our changing world?
CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|Theresa May’s authority is in shreds after Parliament seized control of Brexit with the help of three ministers who resigned to vote against the Government.
MPs voted by 329 to 302 in favour of a plan by Remain-supporting MPs for a temporary takeover of the Commons that will enable them to decide their own way forward.
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Brexiteerswho seem to believe that there is something inherently wrong with the fact that germanyhas become a more powerfullnation than the UK. Unfortunately for them though, it isn’t very realistic to expect the germansto shrink their economy, only not to offend some englishblokes.
MP Anna Soubry insists she’s putting her country first, even if it means she could not return home at the weekend because of “death threats”, adding she also felt frightened for the safety of her partner and children.
The MP for Broxtowe, who left the Conservatives to join the Independent Group, made her remarks after Tory Brexiteer Bill Grant said the number of those who marched in favour of a second EU referendum and had backed a petition to revoke Article 50 fell short of the 17.4 million who voted Leave.