SHUTDOWN: Remoaner MP’s Table Amendments To Stop Clean Brexit

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Two amendments to the Finance Bill with cross-party support look likely to effectively take a ‘No Deal’ Brexit off the table.

Yvette Cooper, Labour MP for  Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, has tabled an amendment to the Finance Bill which has the support of Tory Remoaners such as Nicky Morgan which would limit the governments spending powers if Britain leaves the EU without a deal.

Meanwhile, Sir Vince Cable has tabled a separate amendment which will stop the government collecting some taxes unless its Brexit strategy has been approved by Parliament.

Both amendments have broad cross party support and there is a strong chance they will pass. Rather than accept democracy these MP’s would rather shut down government. This, of course, will have a potentially massive impact on the most vulnerable in society which is somewhat ironic since a key plank of Project Fear has been the damage it would do to the poorest. If it is to win the day then, again ironically, the government will depend on both the DUP and Conservative Brexiteers.

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9 Responses

  1. annie says:

    Why are our MP’s such bad losers trying to destroy democracy. They forget that democracy alowed them 5 years privilage in office the same people who gave them the privilage can also remove the privalge next vote. The demcratic vote was to leave the EU we didn’t vote to be a vessell of the EU. We need MP’s to remember no deal is better than a bad deal. Every time a company was relocated into a new EU country on EU funding from us people lost jobs where was your voice then to save jobs. when it was said in 2016 there were secret talks about an EU army remain said it was not true to try to get more votes, today we see they lied. I have read about secret talks to move our stock market to Frankfurt this is on hold because of the referendum we stay in this will happen. 200,000 will lose jobs when will those fighting to remain admit they are for personal reasons not the good of the country. Remainers have already said this isn’t true about the stock market. But we do not believe then as 2 years after referendum we have an EU army which proves they lied…. For the good of the country a not deal leave is best.

  2. Stanley Cutts says:

    Yvette Cooper and Vince cable – ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE !

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    We are supposed to be governed by ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ! ….. Now that the voters can see the errors that they have made in their choices of MPs, there should be an almighty swing away from Lib/Lab/Con. ….. Unfortunately many people are not up to the job, and can only make changes within the cabal of Lib/Lab/Con, and so with some new faces, we will have the same uselessness again !
    Of course I could be wrong ! If enough voters remember way back, a Sun headline of – ‘It’s the Sun what won it’, there is the chance that voters might think for themselves ! They might read UKIP’s manifesto ! They might bring about change for the better !

  4. Jim R says:

    What an absolutely bankrupt bunch, both morally and constitutionally. They appear to have no conception of what is happening partly through this particular action but in general with their abandonment of regard to democracy.
    If they have their way and the will of the people is subverted do they really think things will just go back to the way they were before June 2016? Not a chance, Brexit is just the start of people wanting real change as is also evident all over Europe.
    On the other hand a shutdown of Government for a couple months will just demonstrate how little we need all of them.

  5. Aelfred says:


    “For Democracy and freedom Vote UKIP, Support UKIP, Join UKIP”

  6. StuartJ says:

    Talk about cutting your nose off to spite your face…

    These cry-babies are having a right old tantrum now, throwing their toys out the pram just so they can get their way.

    Really, limiting the Government’s tax collecting and spending powers? Aren’t these people the first to complain about ‘austerity’?

    Please, just grow up, the lot of them!

  7. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    I am utterly with you StuartJ ! I used to vote Conservative, not because I’m a Tory, but because they would do the least harm to UK/GB ! Well that’s gone up in smoke ! I have told my Tory MP, that as good as he is in the constituency, he will never again have my support, and its his Party, rather than him that’s at fault. From now on its VIVA UKIP, and to hell with the rest !

  8. Jean Churchill says:

    Cooper and Cable are two of those remoaners who have been scaremongering about the repercussions of a ‘no deal’ ever since they lost the referendum. Why, then, are they now tabling amendments to the Finance Bill to sabotage expenditure on leaving without a deal? Showing their true self-doubt I would suggest.

  9. Dodge says:

    That is it! No more talk ……. time for action…….. block roads, disrupt everything……. cause mayhem! Be creative, play safe!! Our parents/grand parents / great grandparents gave their lives to build this country…………We gave them the option to run the country with full sovereignty……….. they obviously do not want the responsibility……….either let the EU govern without the expense of the HOC and the HOL or its now time for the people to govern themselves!!!,!!, UK GOVERNMENT IS NOT MY GOVERNMENT!!!

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