Leaving the EU without a deal is undemocratic – but it may be unlawful too

During the EU referendum, Boris Johnson unveiled the vacuous slogan ‘take back control’. It was always nonsense, but it surely didn’t mean taking control away from Britain’s elected MPs and putting it in the hands of one man? One man who became Prime Minister with the votes of just 0.13% of the population?

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BREXIT CRISIS: There is a 55 per cent chance May’s Brexit deal ratified after a three-month extension of Article 50;” Goldman Sachs

BREXIT CRISIS: Investment banks such as Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan see a 55 per cent chance a variant of May’s Brexit deal ratified after a three-month extension of Article 50,” Goldman said

Who do these people threatening no Brexit at all think they are?

British parliament expected to reject a ‘no-deal’ Brexit in a vote Wednesday – throwing the country in deeper political crisis

LONDON (Reuters) – The parliament will vote on Wednesday on whether to leave the European Union in 16 days without an agreement as the government said it would eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods in a no-deal Brexit scenario.