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And I think the reason that people are so angry and the country is angry is actually quite simple. We've had a vote, we put it to the people that that leaflet that went through everybody's door at ...
Are you described it just now as a treaty which leaves Britain half in and half out of the European Union, although with the prospect of being completely out, subject to negotiations during any tra...
But you have picked Amendment H. Leave out from house to end. That instructs the Prime Minister to request an extension to the Article 50 period of the European Council in March 2019, sufficient fo...
Commissioner, should the UK have a commissioner if the UK takes part in European elections? Well, the treaties are absolutely clear. If we are a member of the European Union on the 23rd of May, bec...
Gentlemen, thank you both for for being with us. Mark Francois to you first. I mean, do you have full confidence in the Prime Minister this morning? Well, like many other members of Parliament, I w...
Here to talk about that, as well as Mark Francois, who's a Tory MP, vice chair of the European Research Group, A leadership race on who you gonna be backing. I haven't decided yet. It'll almost cer...
I have a question to the Prime Minister from a Northern Ireland veteran. His Royal Marine, David Griffin. A Dublin born Irish Catholic who joined the British Army transferred to the Royal Marines. ...
I think there are very many MPs across the party, by no means just Brexiteers, who are extremely concerned that the Prime Minister is now considering doing a deal with a Marxist. If we've known tha...
I voted against the treaty, which I have done consistently because it means we don't leave the European Union and I thought she was going to lose. She has. Well, she is responsible for her own fate...
I was wondering which type of Brexit did every single one of the 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit. Actually, when they vote, what relationship do they want? EU and they voted to leave the E...
It's just not going to do it. I just see, it just seems to me that tonight your options are narrowing, as is the prime ministers, and you're still plowing on. I just don't understand why you don't ...
It's up to the speaker to decide which options will be out. We're allowed to vote on, but it seems likely that would be a choice for everything from leaving on WTO terms no deal, through to revokin...
It's your first one wasn't binding. What was the point of it? So Mark, the point is it wasn't legislative. Ohh don't you? No, no, it wasn't. Because The thing is we we will implement what you decid...
Mr. Speaker, I've heard what the right honourable lady has said, but it's difficult to argue that you've had an extremely considered debate when you've rammed a bill through the House of Commons in...
Mr. Speaker, Prime Minister, there is one thing on which we could all agree. Which is that when we come to vote on this in two weeks time. This will be about the most important thing that those of ...
Mr. Speaker, this country has never bowed the knee to anyone in almost 1000 years. I don't believe we should start now. I've read this. This is the best deal since Munich and this House of Commons....
My message to the European Council tomorrow night would be as follows. This is the 21st century. And you cannot hold a nation captive against their will. There is no point granting a temporary exte...
Nevertheless, MPs in the building behind us over the last couple of years haven't agreed on much. One thing they did agree on is that they don't want a a no deal, and that's something which a lot o...
Some people saying obviously Britain, perhaps barrelling towards a hard Brexit or crashing out with no deal, that's something which would be of great concern to a lot of people. Well, we want to re...
That the government will not provide a running commentary on the negotiations unless of course your Ollie Robbins, the government's chief negotiator, when you can get hammered in a bar in Brussels ...
The default position is. If nothing else changes, we leave the European Union at 11:00 PM on the 29th of March, so today is d -, 9. And I don't believe the deal will go through. My colleagues are a...
The process is a shambles. You know, weird debating the destiny of this country, you know? And, you know, at 7:26 last night, with four minutes to go before the deadline, you had members of Parliam...
The Withdrawal Agreement means that we do not leave the European Union. It's worse than that. The Telegraph went through all 585 pages and called it a surrender document. I will never go through th...
Very good. So you can read. Thank you. That's very kind. I'll do my best, Ed. Thanks, mate. Great. I'll carry on then, Mr. Speech so.
We're in a world of rumor at the. So there was a rumour this morning that at the 1922 committee, which the Prime Minister will address at 5:00, that's a given. She was going to announce her departu...
Well I mean it, it is Brexit in a point of fact. I mean you know Mark May decry this and this and I believe that with Brexit Mark May decry this and like maybe it actually has. It's got a lot to do...
Well, actually, you know what? I'm not sure whether that's the case because joining us now, Brexit Tory MP Mark Francois, there's a number of his colleagues will vote down the deal. Since it doesn'...
Well, what's happened tonight is a coup has failed. This was an attempted coup within a coup for parliament to take control. You want more parliamentary somebody, don't you? If you allow me to answ...
Will those Eurosceptic Conservatives who voted against her deal twice changed their minds and vote for it this time? Could they get it over the line this time? Well, Mark Francois is one of the dep...
Yvette Cooper speaking in the Commons. Let's go to Mark Francois, the EG Group of Brexiteers. Mark Frontier. You can see tonight that no deal is off the cards and we're going probably for a long ex...
17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union, the biggest vote for anything in British history. The deal, the Withdrawal Agreement does not leave the European Union. I know, I've read it. ...

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