Boris Johnson pauses Brexit bill after timetable vote loss

Dipublikasikan tanggal 22 Okt 2019
Boris Johnson has paused the progress of his Brexit deal through the House of Commons after MPs rejected his timetable for passing necessary legislation.
The Commons voted by 322 to 308 to reject the government's programme motion for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which aims to put the prime minister's Brexit deal into UK law.
The result threatens Mr Johnson's promise to take the UK out of the EU on 31 October "do or die".
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  • Posh boy mogg and sepoy patel would make a great couple.

  • The Schlieffen-plan is not enough - maybe he should read May´s plan b again?

  • I though the British government does not bend to BLACKMAIL. Corbyn is BLACKMAILING Boris over an election. Corbyn says take no deal of the table then have an election. This is BLACKMAIL. Corbyn therefore has no say in an election. Force an election Boris get rid of labour altogether.

  • Do or Die. So whens the fat curentz funeral?

  • He is still a liar come what may boris is

  • Wwwwww. England. Congra.. England is out from eruopa... like. Canada. Usa. Australia 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Only human life forms..

  • Austrittsvertragsratifizierungsgesetzentwurf that's in german, in 1 word. and it can't be shorter

  • Boris must go to jail, and that is the brexit.

  • It is now clear - there are only 2 ways out. One of the 27 veto an extension OR we vote Brexit Party. The Cons treaty is just TM's treaty with a pulse.

  • Let’s have a General Election! Then we can sort it out with 40% Brexit Party MP’s, 30% Tory, 30% Remoaners (Labour, LibDems, SNP).

  • In June, a parliamentary committee published two reports containing its findings into allegations of UK complicity more widely. The committee found actions the UK took and tolerated between 2001 and 2010 to have been “inexcusable.” www.hrw.org/world-report/2019/country-chapters/united-kingdom There were significant developments regarding UK complicity in the CIA-led torture and secret detention. In May, the prime minister apologized unreservedly to a Libyan couple for the UK’s role in their 2004 rendition to Libya Boycott corrupt uk

  • I suggest we put a petition to the house of commons stating we the general public of the United Kingdom Sack all MP's and call for a general election with the proviso that the unemployed former MP'S are barred from standing

  • I support boris johnson but i still think he wears a wig bcyz he is a hmosexual

  • Leave!!

  • The only way now for no deal brexit is that one EU member state needs to veto the extension. Just one and the UK will be out on the 31st. Last I heard France could be the EU state that makes the veto

  • Someone kick this pathetic man in the balls very hard tyvm

  • Can anyone on here let me know why boris was not sacked for telling the queen a pack of lies

    • He didn't tell her lies. He told her the truth and she agreed to it. He told us and the media lies, by not saying what he really said to the Queen

  • My son asked me why are circuses not around no more like they used to be i told him all the clowns left to become politicians.

  • In order to extend, Boris Johnson must vote for it; all European Council members have a Veto. The EU want the three year transition period, to give Labour more time to win an election and reverse everything Brexit. The disaster would be leaving at the end of the month, and life continuing as normal. There is no cliff-edge Brexit, unless we leave the WTO.

  • English are so hypocrites. They consider Trump far right and they vote for Farage (31%), they love authoritative Boris who shuts down Parliament and they insist on racist and nationalistic Brexit. Lets face it: Brexit isnt about "control back, blah blah" but no more Romanians, Polish, Bulgarians etc

  • Taking back control Getting Brexit done, what a joke and wheeze these slogans are. Tory Etonian school boys self preservation society club on the jolly at the UKs expense. Brexit withdrawal bill is only the beginning of this conservative driven adventure/folly. We have another five years of this at least. This needs to put in the bin of history and fast. Remain at the table making rules as equal partners or taking the rules imposed upon us on the outside with our faces pressed against the vision panel.

    • They cant impose rules if UK is out of EU.

  • Let’s get rid of the remoaning traitors now we know their true colours. General Elections!

    • Andy N Corbyn’s sabotaging is going to backfire on Boris?

    • Think again pal. This is going to backfire big time on Boris.

  • I'm not political. Military is my field and in saying that there's is no way I am fighting another day under this ridiculous government!!!!!!!! Parliament is a joke being the PM means nothing. We (UK) is by far better off out the EU completely bring back the Great Britain I know.

  • we need to leave otherwise the eu will drag this out even further possibly over years and years

  • Why dont they offer mps a 3 week timetable

    • They said they atleast need 2weeks so give them 3

  • What a biased news channel. Did anyone see the fake banner behind kate burley this morning. Just one banner (get ready for medicine shortages) which they must have set up equipment purposely to get it so perfect. This is called creating news. Why not face a slightly different direction?

  • Boris Johnson is a nasty POS, doubled down on amnesity for illegals. Don't trust this despicable traitor.

  • This is a joke - the undefined being negotiated by the unprepared in order to get the unspecified for the uninformed.

  • surrender deal

  • Default no deal and a general election decided in one day, sweet

    • Nah, just another extension and a humiliation for BJ and the Conservatives.

  • One side of the government goes against the other side,then u have the speaker which went against the pm,then they agree a deal today to extend it then,who is in charge of the English government,how can one side be in charge but then has to listen to the other who dictates? FFS 😂

    • Scotland and northern Ireland dictates who's in charge ??? 😂

    • Shane Connell broken system

  • Singing a deal any normal country would of had to of lost a war just to consider.

    • What democracy means to Helen

    • 'Singing a deal' - kind of an opera perhaps? I'm afraid the realpolitik underpinning Brexit is lost on the 17. whatever million shell-suited, pit bull owning underclass.

    • fishing waters not our own. Eu law supersedes uk law. Freedom of movement out of our hands. And that’s just what springs to mind.

    • "would HAVE had to HAVE lost a war"

  • He is still blackmailing everyone this trickster. Sometimes so strange from the part of those fake labour MPs who voted for Boris sells up deal. Those labour MPs should be shamed .They don't stand for what the labour stand for .They are more likely pro tories and they are also possible spying team for the tories. Nothing could be ruled out. They are infact damaging the labour party. Many people will not vote for them again. But they don't need people support after all...they will change their jobs ones this Brexit is over helping the tories. They have yet some job to do which isn't what the labour party originally stand for. Thanks to those labour MPs Boris now is more determined to exit the EU at any cost. They have given him kiss of life after he was badly cornered by a democratic process because of his tricks and lies even against the queen for God sake. Yet those extremists strange doubled faced labour MPs are infact helping him with his Trump agenda. What is for them I wonder??? They are infact helping the man who unlawfully suspended them after lying to the queen with the help of those hard brexiters extremists. Yet the labour MPs are kissing his feet and still willing to do more. They are supporting a government which doesn't care for the rest of the 67 millions people of the UK just pleasing those extremists brexiters who represent part of the 17.4 m leave.

  • We have the worse politics in uk I have ever seen , these clowns make Thatcher look good

  • Have our MP’s read the Treaty, we will be liable for £100's Billions to prop up the EU banks if we sign this Withdrawal treaty. Also buried in the treaty is handing over control of our defence and intelligence services to the EU with guaranteed unlimited funding. In simple terms, our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines; our ships and aircraft; our land forces and our intelligence architecture could all be directed and controlled - put in harm’s way indeed - by a body which could not be brought to account for its actions - The EU Commission. Clean break brexit now!! Negotiate later

    • Still peddling the mythical EU Army.

  • So maybe October 31st might just be another day...........

    • @UKSurvivalist lol I mean in Brexit terms. I know about Halloween. I'll be a ghost

    • Ever herd of Halloween

  • German economy has been very bad. Brexit or not, the corrupt EU will implode and very soon.

    • @dragonfly6908 Rees-Mogg makes money over other people's backs. Corbyn has actually worked to help other people. The threat of an "exodus" of rich people is a bullshit story, made up by the privileged to remain privileged. They won't leave. It's about time the British upper-upper class starts paying proper taxes instead of letting the ordinary Brit bleed and provide them with sub-standard government services while Rees-Mogg spends his millions abroad.

    • @ZorbaTheDutch Jeremy worked as a teacher for only 2 years and that was in Jamaica and why Jamaica and never in the UK?. Whether people love or hate Jacob Rees-Mogg he has a talent for making money and he has worked in investment banking. Labour have always been the party of envy and they have an intense dislike for people who are wealthy which is surprising as there are plenty of Labour MP's who are millionaires. Tony Blair is estimated to be worth £20 million. Also Jeremy Corbyn's parents bought "Yew Tree Manor" a 7 bedroom 17th century country house which they bought in the 1950's. If Labour ever get in power they will see an exodus of the wealthy people in the UK and then they will have to look elsewhere for tax revenues and all of a sudden the "rich people" will be people earning £30,000, lol. Happy days. 😄😄😄

    • @dragonfly6908 Corbyn worked as a newspaper reporter, youth worker, teacher, union official, health authority member and several decades in politics of course. Rees-Mogg works for the City, where he gets millions if he gambles right, and where the taxpayers cover the losses.

    • @ZorbaTheDutch Corbyn's worked for his £3 million?, i do like people with a sense of humour.

    • @dragonfly6908 Even if that were true ("widely reported" means nothing with the British boulevard press), it wouldn't be all that much for a succesful man at his age. Rees-Mogg has more than £100 million, and Rees-Mogg didn't really work for it as Corbyn did.

  • BORIS is playing Parliament? Mmmmmm! It seems that Boris intends to leave without a deal and the remainer MPs will get the blame!

    • Great! But How? That would make him a master strategist. Is he of that calibre?

    • Just leave the EU We don't want EU The French economy is about to collapse The Italian economy is under %0,10 The EU is going down

    • Leaving without a deal is the best thing for UK . Eu have prooved they can’t be negotiated with

    • If Boris delivers a clean Brexit, not only will he save his party from annihilation, hw will be remembered as one of the greatest leaders in recent history, who saved the UK and started the downfall of the EU.

    • I bloody hope so.

  • Well apparently one of the EU states will refuse an extension, so we will leave next week. That’s hot off the press!!

    • @5888max Sorry I said if I was a betting man. I'm not. Lol

    • 2.5 Billion Christians ah my favourite news source, one ignorant person

    • @ Tony True enough but I would take your bet - it will be an extension

    • @5888max Find out soon.

    • @ Tony - Orban is officially Eurosceptic and pro Putin , But Hungary relies heavily on EU subsidies and like all the small nations they are conscious that Ireland really would want a an extension , and trashing what a small nation thinks is a vital national interest is not a precedent they would want to set . Poland might but has huge numbers of it's citizen's living in the UK . realistically it is only going to be France and I am dubious they will annoy Germany and be the Stand out - But they did Veto British membership in the early '6o's

  • I observe a " TRAP " has been laid. The "TRAPPER'S" deliberately conferred gratitude on the one side must be met with absolute distain on the other. It is a carefully crafted "ILLUSION" to believe there is any honourable intent or nobility in any intended delay. The trapped will be " TIME WASTED " by the "trappers" and ; there is NO intention of any relief from their " FACE - SAVING " agenda. On GUARD!

  • Now Boris has to explain to Eu members, what remoaners think and feel. Although they do not know that themselves.....Ha ha ha ha Reality is stranger than fiction. Ha haha . Good luck Boris

  • More Britshit from Britain's Pussy Grabber.

  • Bad news. We have basically given away part of our economy caused all this uncertainty to pretty much take a worse deal than what we currently have, just to agree trade deals worth pennies across the world to please a votership that had no idea what they were voting for. It is in the interest of the MP's to then act in the interest of the people considering it was a non binding vote, they have not, they were to scared to go against what the public voted in case they lost their majority. What has happened to britain, cowards like borris johnson leader, awful state of affairs.

  • "Should"? What happened to dead in a ditch if not by the 31st?

    • Just the first round of BS, much more to come if this clown is voted in

    • @5888max Absolutely!

    • @ Ron A unsigned photocopy I take it

    • Times had a splendid cartoon - a photocopy pic of Boris dead.in a ditch. LOL!

    • Come now Boris Johnson would never Lie - maybe it is ditch of the imagination

  • Time to get rid of 😈Boris Dictator

    • At least Boris has made politics interesting and has woken the opposition parties from their deep sleep. 😯😯😯

  • Boris keeps thinking he holds the magic stick

  • I just don’t see how we let “the supposed impartial Bercow” get away with his cunning tactics to keep the country in the EU against the democratic vote We are a laughing stock now shocking......

    • It wasn't a democratic vote. The Government expected the nation to vote for something with no plan. That's like signing for a mortgage, then agreeing to its terms and conditions after. What kind of Moron would do something like that?.. A Brexit moron.

    • The speaker is a over paid over protected drawf. His day will come.😁

    • Lee W we’ve always been a laughing stock- stop complaining

  • Open the bloody door already so we can leave.

  • I'm American I dont understand whats happening can someone recap for me?

    • @Sherlock Holmes I bet we do leave on October 31st I guarantee it infact.

    • Was that helpful now ?

    • @I AM Zero223 there both friends with each other and were at each others weddings politics in 2019 is old school WWF

    • 1. Boris Got Deal 2. Dude named Benn said that Deal must be agreed in parliament by Sat 19th Oct otherwise Boris has to extend brexit deadline, this was put into law. 3. Dude named Letwin added to Benn Act saying something like "parliament must agree to all the details of the deal or we ain't leavin", this was agreed and put into law. 4. Boris sends letter of extension along with other letters saying "don't agree with extending that will be boring" 5. Boris says "I'll give y'all 3 days to debate all the details of my deal" 6. Parliament says "nah we want longer" 7. Boris suspends his deal for some reason after parliament reject 3 day timetable. 8. Who knows what happens next ...

    • Ok, here goes. Johnson promised the UK that he would get the UK to leave* the EU by 31st Oct, because he would rather “die in a ditch” than except an extension. *by ‘leaving’, what he really means is to begin leaving, as the time to arrange new trade deals usually takes 7-10 yrs & seeing as the UK has barely enough intelligent negotiators to make up a doubles team in tennis & having to negotiate with over 100 countries, on every single item, this “leaving” is going to be very, very long. He managed to get the EU to agree to a new Withdrawal Agreement, of which 95% was already agreed under a previous agreement that Johnson described as “a cheat” which he voted against twice & the new 5% was offered by the EU years ago & disregarded by Johnson’s predecessor, T. May, a decision that Johnson agreed with. What he wanted was Parliament to rubber stamp his WA, without looking at or scrutinizing it in detail, so he could keep his “promise” of leaving on 31st Oct. Johnson put a motion that meant MP’s would only get 3 days to examine, debate & add any necessary amendments to his WA & vote on it on Thursday. Obviously, for a piece of legislation that will cover generations of other legislation, only getting 3 days is utterly absurd. The Govt. did not & won’t even conduct an Econimic Assessment to Johnson’s WA Parliament voted against Johnson’s motion, meaning the UK will not be leaving in the EU on 31st Oct. Hope this helps.

  • Vote for boris!!

  • I have a longer CV than our letter to the EU

  • PLZ GOD HELP US,,THESE IDIOTS CAN'T SORT ANYTHING!!!!! 😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆

  • Deep State crap everywhere MONEY AND WAR

  • Welcome to the remainiacs HOUSE OF REMOAN to CARRY ON REMOANING REGARDLESS to delay frustrate and to thwart brexit at any cost against the will of the 17.4 million people and their constituents the government and Democracy with the help of their speaker, they are supposed to be be debating how we leave not trying to prevent BREXIT.that decision has already been made. Shameful. Shameful.

    • Sherlock Holmes whatever happened to the cut and thrust of intellectual debate?!

    • mr democracy So much stupidity, I wouldn’t know where to start!

  • He did not pause the bill. It's in Linbo. Are UK residents, to a man/woman, hard of hearing. Certainly Sky News is.

  • Another Donald Trump(Boris Johnson) in UK govt is now laughable British state like America with trump F**k off

  • We need a General Election Boris Corbyn will be 💩💩his Tena man 😂😂

  • What useless babble. Quit patting yourself on the back and get to work! Is this satire or something?

  • leave means leave

  • I thought he said he’d scrap it altogether and call an election???!!!🙄

    • @Michael Bonnard So true. ❤️💚❤️

    • @eiran oconnor Boris tried to call a GE two weeks ago but Corbyn shied away (No surprise there) Under the Fixed Term Parliament Act two thirds of MP's need to support Johnson's call for an election.

  • Disgusting how the will of the people are being ignored...but it looks like Boris is learning how to stay a few steps ahead of the far left...

    • @Scott Leadbeater 52% is still more than 48% and the government should respect the vote and stop being cry babies. Leave won remain lost its simple as that.

    • Scott Leadbeater LOL... okay, The will of those who have common sense and who can understand what matters most.

    • Stop saying the will of the people, 52% is not "the people"

    • The peasant are not Lord's

    • yeah. they don't seem to care about what the people want. they just do what they want. they should have a second referendum. it's obvious popular opinion has shifted.

  • He didn't "pause" anything. His attempt to RAM thru a bad Withdrawl Brexit Bill was STOPPED. Jeeeeeeeeeeeez Get the facts Straight here. Boris has LOST every one of is insane failed attempts in Parliament. He'll lose again!

    • Yepo but he will get us out he is just playing chess and very soon it will be check mate😁

  • PM blames parliament for delaying the legislation, then pauses the bill.

    • @Doug Bevins LOL that sums up the conservatives

    • @ Doug - Then I think he will win!

    • ? bc they delayed it... hes taking it off the table moving to nodeal as a consequence to their perpetual delay if they dont agree on the next vote... OBVIOUSLY

    • Rather than persuade Parliament to endorse his bill, he doesn't want them to discuss it. He 's betting on the stupidity of the British voter.

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  • General election on its way Nigel Farage Saddle up the horses brexit party taking over and we’re coming out of Europe 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧😂😂😂💯%

  • I'm thinking Boris should stop promising things he simply can't deliver.

    • @Paulo Martins No deal isn't ever going to be a good deal. Let's just leave on WTO, and negotiations can begin after that. What would your solution be?

    • @5888max Everyone paid for with a £100,000 grant to help his squeeze conquer the UK's booming Cyber Security Sector & Childcare.

    • @BobbyB like the deal that many people agree it's worse than May's? What he accepted was also propose to May, and she refused because it separates Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK, for her keeping the UK together without a border was more important. Johnson don't mind to give Brexit to England and Wales while Northern Ireland have to obey EU law and standards, is Boris PM from all UK or just part of it?

    • like all these illegitimate babies he keeps siring

    • Like the deal he couldn't get?

  • Getting really stupid now, just let us leave please.....

    • It's getting beyond stupid. Cancel Brexit altogether. 3 years is more than enough time to come up with a deal. They've had more than a fair share of chance to leave without a deal. So let's just end it here.

  • people who think that we will leave on 31st with no deal are entirely delusional.

    • @Joshua Wheeler it is. To send those three letters, one unsigned, and another saying ignore the first... SHAMEFUL.

    • I thought that was the default if deal is not agreed.

    • What an embarrassment the UK is

    • @Ron Lisk I was a leave voter. But its plain and clear to see, this is an illegitimate parliament, that has gone back on its election manifesto promises, desperately clinging to power long enough to not do what they were instructed to do. Shameful.

    • Correct.

  • It's about to fall apart Boris. EU will grant a sufficiently long extension for a referendum. End June at a guess.

  • At this rate TLDR should just do a live commentary of the chambers cause this is just getting confusing!

    • Beverley du Toit TLDR is basically my only way of knowing what’s going on anymore

  • I thought GOB BORIS was meant to explain on Monday his association with Jen to some committee but news has all went HUSH---All in it together eh!?!?!? They must have got off the hook!?!? Jen when do we get the loot back!

  • JUST LET US LEAVE.

  • Gosh. A majority of MPs are stupid to vote for legislation they have not read.

  • He can'tt comb his hair or tie his tie(Windsor knot) i think knot.What sort of a pillock ?

    • @Ron Lisk Still he does have a charm and wit .(LIKEABLE) really .This coming from an irish man in irl...

    • ​ Rural Rebel Tory he certainly can -- he went to the same school as David Cameron, so he knows perfectly well how. He just presents this buffoonish image because it plays well to his base. I've seen reports in the past that, prior to going on air, he'll (for lack of a better term) foof out his hair to look that way.

    • Who cares

    • Reflects his state of mind

    • Speaker doesn't seem to have a comb either. And as for Mr Fabricant!!!!!!

  • Love how he keeps saying were going to leave with this deal,NO boris we dont want any deal,if we get a deal hes a traitor as much as remoaners imo.

  • Perfect outcome. No Deal is so close now! :)

    • Michael Lilley Ummm .. Brexit is not in the bag🤦‍♂️

    • No deal is off the table moron. That would be also bad for the eu of course they won't allow it to happen

    • @Ron Lisk They can't under their own Law, article 51 states that if a countries parliament colludes to force the leader of that country to agree to make approaches against their will, it will be seen as collusion and as such cannot be granted. Or words to that effect!! Boris has played them well!! He knows they won't dare grasp his offer of a General Election, all the traitors know they would loose their seats, therefore the 67% in favour would never be achieved. If however we crash out on a No deal, they will be desperate to cling on to any glimmer of hope, dodgy coalitions and stand downs in order to reverse the decision or force loaded people's vote. Thus 67% of them will vote to have a GE, but with BREXIT in the bag BJ is holding all the Aces, he'll steal votes from every other party. If he pulls this off, I'll even vote for him myself, which is something I never, ever, thought possible!!

    • Ron Lisk have u not seen the leader of the EU go to the the sun youtube he’s kicking off because it’s all ready took 3years an extension isn’t looking likely

    • @Ron Lisk I have a feeling they won't this time. They want Brexit done just as quick as us now

  • I hope Paddy Doherty's didn't pull out Bercows misses!

  • I haven't the foggiest what's happening?!!

    • Same here... I think there gunna hold it off again is the just of it.

    • @John Doe Quit being so arrogant.

    • @5888max haha

    • Why call yourself ' Alice ' Boris?

    • So like a while ago Boris got his deal from EU. This dude named Benn said that parliament must agree to Boris' deal by Saturday 19th of October otherwise Boris has to extend deadline Last Saturday, the 19th, they debated this. This guy called Oliver Letwin wanted to add to the Benn act further by saying something like "all relevant legislation (the details) must be agreed upon before we can leave". MPs voted on Letwins amendment and agreed upon it. Boris was humiliated and by law he had to send a letter to EU asking for extension due to Benn act. Boris being Boris he didn't sign that letter and sent other letters basically saying "nah don't agree with extending brexit like that's boring" All the relevant legislation of the length of Boris' deal would usually take about 4 weeks to properly debate and that, Boris turned around said "nah ain't havin that, how bout 3 days?" To which point parliament said "nah that's too short we want longer", parliament voted against the 3 day timetable and now Boris is putting his deal on hold for some reason.

  • The EU says no to extension so we leave with no deal. Very clever... I don't think so.

    • Without a remainer

    • Scott Leadbeater it can't be revoked with a remaining party in power. That's it I'm afraid we're out over the cliff

    • Tony one veto and that's it. We're out.

    • If they say no to extension article 50 will get revoked

    • @Tony Will see. Frankly a no Deal Brexit will also be the fastest way the UK will reapply for membership. So that is a significant upside.

  • Useless mps