May accused of misleading MPs over Brexit deal, plan gets little popular support

May accused of misleading MPs over Brexit deal, plan gets little popular support

Prime Minister Theresa May was accused on Wednesday of misleading Parliament over her Brexit deal as her government published legal advice likely to increase opposition to the agreement ahead of a crucial vote next week. With parliament mid-way through debate before the vote on Tuesday which will define the departure from the EU and could determine May’s future, May faces stiff resistance.

Dammedman 1 year

In other news water is wet.

Irish Dave
Irish Dave 1 year

no way! really? but why would she have done that... what possible reason... I'm sure she doesn't have a nice deal arranged with the EU for when she inevitably gets the fucking boot from UK politics after reeming the country

Eric Shun
Eric Shun 1 year

no surprise there

Wino-wisdom 1 year

That is brand new information [sarcasm]

Mark Oulaghan
Mark Oulaghan 1 year

you mean being a liar no need for euphemism

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 1 year

Right, that's it, I'm digging up Thatcher. One zombie brexit coming right up.

Chris Cahill
Chris Cahill 1 year

shocker a remainer misleading brexiters

Rome’s Ebonpyre
Rome’s Ebonpyre 1 year

OHHH!!!!! Who could have known!?!? She sure got us on that one!!! /s

MEIJIN44 1 year

Wow the shear sarcasm in this comment section is telling. This lady must be all kinds of fucked up.

M Y T 1 year

What a snake. And while no Brexit is better than this sham of a plan, the people voted for Brexit, but that could very well be ignored or overturned depending on what Parliament decides to do once May's plan is voted down.

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