Re: Vote Today
Originally Posted by Meg
Bread she won't get more concessions. No doubt the EU are hoping it will be voted down, they know 'No deal' will be voted down when it comes to the vote tomorrow so it is no threat to them .
They also know there is a good chance the vote for more time will go through on Thursday so they can offer us a long extension at a price and hope in the meantime there is another referendum and we won't leave at all.
We need to get out now....
I listened to David Davis this morning on LBC and he said if the changes to the WA are legally binding and that we can unilaterally leave the backstop then it would be doable (although not brilliant).
We just don't know yet what the changes are yet and, besides, Geoff Cox needs to review and make a summary on the changes to see if they are, indeed legally binding and deliver what TM and the EU claim. If so, this would be a big concession from the EU but as I said before, I'm not convinced.
If they have conceded, we should handbag them again and get more.
But I would still prefer to leave on 29 March with no deal. I don't think anyone trusts the EU one bit.