DELINGPOLE: We Won Brexit But the Same Dreary Losers Are Still In Charge

There is still much dispute as to precisely what it was that persuaded 17.4 million Britons to vote for Brexit last year. Some may have done it to regain Britain’s sovereignty, some to curb immigration, some because they realised correctly that everyone on the Remain side of the argument from one-hit-wonder gobshite Bob Geldof to that preening renter of overpriced desert islands Richard Branson was a weapons-grade, copper-bottomed tick.

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Remain MPs May Be Plotting to Claim Brexit Veto

With the House of Lords passing two amendments to the bill to activate Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and begin the process of leaving the European Union (EU), Remainer MPs may now openly rebel against Theresa May’s government.

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Theresa May Warns Lords Not to Delay Brexit Bill

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s House of Lords launched a bid Monday to gain a greater say for Parliament over the terms of the U.K.’s European Union exit, as Prime Minister Theresa May warned lawmakers not to hold up “what the British people want” by trying to delay the process.

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House of Lords Could Delay Brexit For Another Year

Unelected peers in the House of Lords could delay the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union (EU) for up to a year by rejecting the bill which authorises the government to activate Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the legal mechanism for beginning the Brexit process.

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