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Wow, so happy for all Great Britain. We have been praying for this and God answered our prayers. Thank you, Lord, You have proven You are sovereign above all. I believe this is part of the final hurrah of the Church before we leave this world. Praying for all who have won a seat, that they will be faithful in fulfilling their job as duly elected MPs.
 

JamesSuth

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Wow, so happy for all Great Britain. We have been praying for this and God answered our prayers. Thank you, Lord, You have proven You are sovereign above all. I believe this is part of the final hurrah of the Church before we leave this world. Praying for all who have won a seat, that they will be faithful in fulfilling their job as duly elected MPs.
Thank you, and thank you to all who prayed :)
 

TheRedeemed

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The SNP did very well taking 48 of the 59 available seats, but as Nichola Sturgeon stated on the result speech she gave, the huge vote was for the Brexit chaos and doesn't necessarily mean everyone who voted for her party want independence.

She said this vote was a hell slap to the traitors in the last parliament more than it was a vote to leave the UK.

Once upon a time the Labour party held over 40 Scottish seats, seats that generally helped Labour into power across the UK and that they once took for granted, and the lib dems had double figures too.

It was the same as the pattern in England and Wales too, where they voted down every traitor there as well, in favour of Boris and his get Brexit done mantra.

It's probably been a very hard lesson for over 100 ex MP's to learn this morning. Don't mess with the people, don't call them daft, racists, uneducated and attempt to deny them their democratic right that they voted by the largest amount ever in an UK referendum. I hope they will all remember it for a long time too.

Finally, the biggest casualty was Jo Swinson, the only party leader to fail to get re-elected. She was an enormous traitor, wishing to cancel article 50 and revoke the will of the people. She also travelled to Brussels during that last parliament and admitted indulging in counter negotiations with the the Eurocrats undermining the duly elected British govt and Boris' negotiating team. Time was she would have been locked up in the tower and then probably made a more dramatic exit than the one last night

Thank God for His intervention here, and seeing to her removal, she was by far the worst traitor of them all in that last parliament.

Apparently she's resigned or is set to resign her leadership today, good I say, and I hope that's the last we ever see of her in public life.

Now, this thread will revert to it's original title, of Brexit.

Boris can do anything he likes now, and he's taking us out on 31st January 2020 with no opposition able to pass laws and acts to stop him this time.
 

daygo

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With a large Conservative majority in the House of Commons, it should be relatively straightforward to pass Mr Johnson's deal.
It's thought likely that the government will re-introduce the Withdrawal Agreement Bill - the piece of law that lays the framework for Brexit happening - next week.
The aim would be to get the bill completed in time for Brexit to happen on 31 January.

Lets hope so.
 

daygo

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What happens after Brexit?
If the UK leaves the EU on 31 January, that is just step one in a very complicated process.
The first priority will be to negotiate a trade deal with the EU. The UK wants as much access as possible for its goods and services to the EU.
But the Conservatives have made clear that the UK must leave the customs union and single market and end the overall jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
Time is short. The EU could take weeks to agree a formal negotiating mandate - all the remaining 27 member states and the European parliament have to be in agreement. That means formal talks might only begin in March.
These negotiations need to produce a final agreement by the end of June. That is the point at which the UK has to decide whether or not to extend the transition period (by one or two years). But Mr Johnson has ruled out any form of extension.
If no trade deal has been agreed by the end of June, then the UK faces the prospect of leaving without one at the end of December 2020.
If an agreement has been reached, it also has to be ratified before coming into force and that is a process which could take several months.
No trade deal of this size and complexity has ever been agreed between the EU and an external country anywhere near as quickly as the timeframe planned here.
Mr Johnson has argued that as the UK is completely aligned to EU rules, the negotiation should be straightforward. But critics have pointed out that the UK wishes to have the freedom to diverge from EU rules so it can do deals with other countries - and that will make negotiations more difficult.
It's not just a trade deal that needs to be sorted out. The UK must agree how it is going to co-operate with the EU on security and law enforcement. The UK is set to leave the European Arrest Warrant scheme and will have to agree a replacement. It must also agree deals in a number of other areas where co-operation is needed.
 

daygo

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Nicola Sturgeon says Boris Johnson has "no right" to stand in the way of another Scottish independence referendum after an "overwhelming" SNP election victory.
Scotland's first minister said the result "renews, reinforces and strengthens" the mandate for Indyref2.
During the campaign, the prime minister said he would reject any request to hold an independence referendum.
But Ms Sturgeon said it was "the right of the people of Scotland".

In a speech in Edinburgh on Friday, she told Mr Johnson: "You, as the leader of a defeated party in Scotland, have no right to stand in the way.
"The people of Scotland have spoken. It is time now to decide our own future."
Of course he does who does she think shes kidding, womans an idiot.
 
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