MPs debate Theresa May's revised Brexit deal in parliament - watch live

  • Published on Mar 13, 2019
  • Theresa May puts a new backstop plan to her cabinet and the House of Commons as Jeremy Corbyn calls on MPs to reject the deal.
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Comments • 195

  • Guardian News
    Guardian News  2 months ago +10

    Geoffrey Cox's statement on his legal opinion of the Brexit deal begins at 38:38
    The prime minister opens the Brexit debate at 02:09:12
    The result of the vote can be found at 07:27:15

    • M Genk
      M Genk 2 months ago

      Guardian News legends!

  • Janice Ward
    Janice Ward Month ago


  • Joanna Johns
    Joanna Johns Month ago

    Parliament is Empty!!!

  • Leen Hintjens
    Leen Hintjens Month ago

    Boris looks quite depressed! Maybe he realises what a stupid he's been? I doubt it but maybe.

  • jess jesse
    jess jesse 2 months ago

    3: it the parliarment boys who vote against her they clinged on oldfashion patterns systems ! Obviously dude !

  • jess jesse
    jess jesse 2 months ago

    1: it your Prime minister ! You dont talk about she little boys ,your education is big failure ! Learn your manners little boys ! Unbelievable such disrespect !

  • Trish Traynor
    Trish Traynor 2 months ago

    Why are we being drip fed by cabinet leaks to the media? There's not a scrap of integrity in Westmonster. A bunch of Tory yes men hoping to get a shot at leadership once Mrs May has to resign are holding millions of people to ransom. 17 million isn't much considering how many people are eligible to vote. Get rid of first past the post and stop excluding millions of us. I can't remember such a reprehensible bunch as in this government. I hope they realise the damage and hatred they have caused because of Mrs May having her own way.

  • Kyle Brown
    Kyle Brown 2 months ago


  • Ian Croasdell
    Ian Croasdell 2 months ago

    Is the UK now a communist country? As the public voting system clearly doesn't work?
    This is the end of democracy and the beginning of a totalitarian regime.

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      Wouldn't call it Communist but a Police State yes.

  • Luke Jones
    Luke Jones 2 months ago

    The EU helps to prevent big business capitalise and hoard more wealth for the 1%. All that is being debated here is whether we stay to Leave and continue to live in extreme austerity, or Remain and rebuild the economy with trade and industry.

  • 19thewanderer
    19thewanderer 2 months ago

    Yellow hi viz vests on ebay, £1.99, be quick they are selling fast.

  • Sholes Abraham
    Sholes Abraham 2 months ago

    can i audition for prime minister of teresa may

  • RitaSparita *
    RitaSparita * 2 months ago +2

    You know what, I think I'll just move to America.

  • Paul Malachowski
    Paul Malachowski 2 months ago

    However people have voted, the democratic system gives the people the only piece of power, ( a small piece ) to determine their future and the only voice they have in society to have some say over their lives. By taking away the peoples voice and disregarding the vote is not in any way democracy, it is despotism.

  • Paul Malachowski
    Paul Malachowski 2 months ago

    It is Very Clear politicians are failing to act on the wishes of 17.4 million people that have demonstrated the most determined democratic response to a referendum in the history of Britain, The People of Britain were given a vote to leave the EU or remain with a deal or without a deal; the result of the referendum have produced all the attributes of the worst betrayal toward British Democracy, through the actions of politicians bullying and manipulation, determined to block Brexit, with no regard for the people's vote, such a display should alarm any voter either Remainers or Brexiteers.

  • Paul Malachowski
    Paul Malachowski 2 months ago +1

    We must not forget that the government has invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Once the Article 50 process is commenced then Brexit does become a matter of law. It would appear this process is irreversible and irrevocable once it starts. If Brexit doesn’t happen, I think it would destroy all trust in the British democratic system.

  • Silver Snow
    Silver Snow 2 months ago +1

    It’ll work around in the end. The Euro was bringing us down. The economic will start rising back up again in a few years. We’ll be better off in the long run. Even if people can’t see it now.

  • nic
    nic 2 months ago


  • William Street
    William Street 2 months ago

    The biggest liar in British politics history

  • musictomyears8
    musictomyears8 2 months ago

    The will of the people has changed since 2016. More people now support Britain in the EU. Parliament should allow a second referendum to take place with people getting much better information than the slogans delivered by Johnson, Mogg, Murdoch and Putin's payroll trolls

  • Pseudo Nym
    Pseudo Nym 2 months ago +1

    🐑sounds of parliament. Biiihehheehhaaarararaaaa

  • Lubble-1397
    Lubble-1397 2 months ago

    Burn the lot down to dust

  • Am I a modern Londoner?
    Am I a modern Londoner? 2 months ago +1

    Greece and other countries ve been suffering to be part of the union! Everyone needs to make an effort!

  • holly stans loona™️
    holly stans loona™️ 2 months ago +1

    okay now stan loona.

    • KINGBO1666
      KINGBO1666 2 months ago +1

      +Yasmin cool i have a few subscribers who post it often i just dint know what it was lol.

    • Yasmin
      Yasmin 2 months ago

      +KINGBO1666 Korean pop

    • KINGBO1666
      KINGBO1666 2 months ago +1

      +Lynn 2603 whats kpop i keep hearn it?

    • Lynn 2603
      Lynn 2603 2 months ago +2

      holly stans loona™️ lol 😂 I find kpop stand in weird and wonderful places sometimes

  • kitemanmusic
    kitemanmusic 2 months ago

    Will it be NO DEAL? Who knows? I think I am a lemming (with a parachute)

  • jonny malayil
    jonny malayil 2 months ago

    Shame on the British government to have become subservient and Vassal state of the MAFIA European union. UK once ruled the Whole world but cannot rule it's own country and needs to be ruled by MAFIA and Evil EMPIRE i.e. unelected bureaucrats of EU

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      Would you sooner be in Putin's Eurasian union?
      Putin is another Hitler and we will find this out the hard way soon you will know then who the EVIL EMPIRE IS.

    • Nemon Bettshaft
      Nemon Bettshaft 2 months ago

      jonny malayil sod off russia go an turn your internet off

  • Bruno56
    Bruno56 2 months ago

    European Union will die sooner or later. Or at least partially disbanded. I can bet.

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      Don't wish for that Putin already has his sights on Finland and Sweden and is financing fascist parties throughout Europe.
      What do you want a return of fascism like 1930s and a third world war?
      That's where we are heading.

  • Nick Stone
    Nick Stone 2 months ago


  • Nasim Chaudhry
    Nasim Chaudhry 2 months ago

    7:30:28 Theresa may sounds like Selma from the simpsons

    • KINGBO1666
      KINGBO1666 2 months ago

      Barney or moe would do a better job then treason may

  • Nasim Chaudhry
    Nasim Chaudhry 2 months ago +4

    Why can't we just leave brexit and move on

    • Bl Xbn
      Bl Xbn 2 months ago

      As a leave voter, I and millions of others will never accept that.

  • Shravankumar Jantekar
    Shravankumar Jantekar 2 months ago


    HANK THE TANK 2 months ago

    How many of these PEOPLE have we got in the GOVERNMENT? How much are their SALARIES ? And what do they all DO?

  • cryptoskygreen7
    cryptoskygreen7 2 months ago +3

    Lying May worst PM in modern times along with Cameron,the Tories always destroy this country when in power and the sheep vote these liars in,unreal never learn.Rob the poor to feed the Rich.

    • Philip Eaton
      Philip Eaton 2 months ago

      labour destroy the country when in power fact

  • fridericusnonrex
    fridericusnonrex 2 months ago +2

    I hope and pray that Mrs. May will give the deathblow to the EU!!

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      What would you sooner have a third world war?

  • Andy Sutton
    Andy Sutton 2 months ago +3

    You bloody MP’s better start listening to the people and vote NO DEAL if needs must!

    • brown smith
      brown smith 2 months ago +1

      Yeah, rude illiterates like you

  • Andy Sutton
    Andy Sutton 2 months ago +4

    We all know Theresa May the hard remainer would not give us what we wanted from Brexit!
    We need a new election 🗳 after her horrendous selfish leadership!!

    • Bl Xbn
      Bl Xbn 2 months ago

      C Ernesto self determination and independence

    • C Ernesto
      C Ernesto 2 months ago +1

      +19thewanderer okay thanks great contribution can you please tell me what you thought brexit would accomplish so I can show you how insanely delusional you are

    • 19thewanderer
      19thewanderer 2 months ago

      +C Ernesto remainer with no balls

    • C Ernesto
      C Ernesto 2 months ago +2

      Nobody could've given you the brexit you wanted, it was a delusional fantasy that was never going to happen for the very few people who did know what they wanted, the majority didn't even know what they were voting

  • Netty Voyager
    Netty Voyager 2 months ago

    i told the prime minister it was going to be a long battle

  • Brian Hurley
    Brian Hurley 2 months ago +1

    Proves that all the Little Englanders who voted for Brexit didn't,t give one thought for The Good Friday Agreement or the Irish border. Is it not over time that England got out of Ireland for good? Where has Clown Boris gone?

  • T Dutch
    T Dutch 2 months ago +1

    Owning Trump is Vladimir Putin's best investment ever, Pushing Britain into Brexit with some help of his gophers like Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage must be Putin's second best.

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      I wouldn't say that Corbyn was any supporter of Putin.
      Corbyn is just an old fashioned Socialist that wants more and more State ownership and he knows that would go against EU rules.
      Nowadays Russia sees itself as the leader of the Ultra Right and Russian Oligarchs with links to the Kremlin have donated large sums to the Conservative party to the sum of 3 million pounds in the last nine years.
      Not so much as reds in the bed with Russia as in Soviet times, It's now the blues in the bed with Russia how times have changed.

    • T Dutch
      T Dutch 2 months ago

      +Craig Tomkinson Sad, dangerous and o so true

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago +1

      Nigel Farage has links to the AFD in Germany, Marine Le Pen and Matio Salvini the latest Putin puppet in the Russian Fascist internationale.
      It seems Nigel Farage and the links to the Kremlin run very deep?

  • One flew over the Cuckoos nest

    Do what the people voted for!!!!!
    If democracy is dead then all cards are off the table

  • J P
    J P 2 months ago +3

    Are those cow bells around her neck?
    Lol millions of Brits, and THIS woman is your PM.
    Do Brits even know these people are their reps?

    • Pseudo Nym
      Pseudo Nym 2 months ago

      What's her beef?
      Thank you 🙋

  • name 123
    name 123 2 months ago +1

    Imagine if May was in charge during a Cuban missile type crisis! 😨 Don't worry, Theresa can deal with it. 😅😅

  • ::
    :: 2 months ago +3

    666 nooses have be prepared....

  • BANKO007
    BANKO007 2 months ago +3

    The best point about May's latest 'concession' at 7:03:52 and as you see, it gets no answer.

  • Jamie H
    Jamie H 2 months ago

    No deal E.u is in tatters lets deal.the final blow and push back against these global elitest if they want are vital help in nato they will not want us to ally with China, Russia or our commonwealth

  • keep itsteel
    keep itsteel 2 months ago +1

    As a lifelong labour supported (29)... I will and have voted green untill the real labour party either forma again or breaks away from this rabble. I mean just look at that front bench. Could that bench run a country properly?! It's a laughing stock. Ruined by Ed Miliband. Millions more like me, waiting for our time to come again, the real new labour.

  • Jaded.
    Jaded. 2 months ago +10

    Joke of a country

    • J P
      J P 2 months ago +1

      Right. American politicians are corrupt but not this incompetent. This is hard to watch and harder to listen to.

  • terry City of Liverpool.

    This is the end of a long road for may" she has tried and failed and now the whole torie bunch should let someone else try" fresh eyes"" and all that. PLEASE LEAVE BY THE BACK DOOR STOP TORIE SCUM.

    • Pat Hughes
      Pat Hughes 2 months ago

      Surly you are not thinking of the terrorists best friend and his sidekicks.

  • 2m
    2m 2 months ago +2

    After a very difficult and tragic two year pregnancy, the mutant baby brexit has been smothered. Killed because MP's know full well that referenda are not legally binding. And whilst it may appear that they are trying to fulfill the wishes of those who voted leave, they don't really mean it...

  • yoyoyotooo
    yoyoyotooo 2 months ago +1

    All theatre

  • frapaview
    frapaview 2 months ago +5

    OMG - Watching this from outside the UK it is hard to believe that a few days before Brexit still no politician seems to have any idea where to go next which has the capacity to get a sound majority of the House. I see two general misconceptions that rule the entire debate for now more than two years. The first is, it is the will of the people to exit the EU or it is the will of the people today not to exit the EU. Let’s face it. The people are obviously almost perfectly split on whether they want to leave or not. Another referendum is not likely to heal that. 52 percent to 48 percent is of course qualifying to prepare for a future without EU but a Government should know, as should the House of Commons, that whatever they decide will be against the will of half of the population. So what they would have needed to do would have been to develop a perspective for the future that wins as many of those on their side, that would according to the poll have been against that kind of future. Nothing happened alike. The second misconception is that this is entirely a decision to be made by the UK and the EU has no say. It affects the EU. The border issue for Ireland and the common market, border issues for all the neighbouring countries, issues for all the citizens living abroad - this side or the other. To name only some of them. Keeping these questions open up to the last possible date is quite outrageous. Whatever the UK is about to be in the future they send a very bad message to all potential partners. I would not wonder if an extension is denied. Due to the fact that only two months are not likely to be enough to get anything settled in that respect. Or due to the fact that a longer extension is again voted down by Commons due to the fact that it would involve another vote for the EP nobody has prepared. I guess an emergency withdrawal from Article 50 is even more likely than before, given the fact that nobody is ready to take responsibility for the effects of an unorderly exit without a workable plan for the future. I take it the EU will be blamed for this, yet it is for those British politicians, that prepared and propagated Brexit without duly assessing the way outside the EU and all its implications.

    • Hornyshark
      Hornyshark 2 months ago

      Craig Tomkinson please see what I said

    • Craig Tomkinson
      Craig Tomkinson 2 months ago

      This Country is a joke

    • Hornyshark
      Hornyshark 2 months ago

      frapaview at the end of the day all it comes down to is governments screw over their own citizens. It happened under every King of England and then when we became a constitutional monarchy it happened under every parliament. It only affects people more personally because it’s what’s happening right now. Hundreds of years into the future this will all be in some history book, but which victor is going to write the history?

  • Martin O'BRIEN
    Martin O'BRIEN 2 months ago


  • mikeiswhite3
    mikeiswhite3 2 months ago +6

    British Gov't debates are always so weird to me, you just get to stand up and talk whenever you want?

  • Austin Buzzell
    Austin Buzzell 2 months ago +1

    She is the new Rahul Gandhi of UK. i.e. Pappu

  • David Holdstock
    David Holdstock 2 months ago +2

    Probably none of these MP's have a vote as high as 52% from their constituency,
    yet think they can overturn a 52% vote.
    The government itself got in on 36%, so I think it should be viewed as invalid, as should the election of any
    (remainer) MP with less than 52%.

  • Ty Stockley
    Ty Stockley 2 months ago

    I don’t understand anything g about politics, so will this effect us a lot or is it all over exaggerated

  • Cynthia B.
    Cynthia B. 2 months ago +4

    Also, please FREE ASSANGE!

  • Promethean Allegory
    Promethean Allegory 2 months ago +7

    You join an unelected body of globalist socialist bureaucrats and are then puzzled when you find out you can’t just freely leave.
    Chaos and surprises there.

    • David Holdstock
      David Holdstock 2 months ago +2

      The politicians input into this should have been at end in 2016.
      Apart from executing the will of the people, i.e. to leave the European Union, they had no reason to interfere.
      They do not have a majority among themselves for any of their various forms of remain. They should
      have just followed the majority vote at the referendum..

  • Delta Sierra
    Delta Sierra 2 months ago +1

    No deal !!!!

  • Sean Ping
    Sean Ping 2 months ago +11

    Strong and Stable is looking like a joke

    • Trevor Franklin
      Trevor Franklin 2 months ago

      +Sean Ping yes they are very happy

    • Sean Ping
      Sean Ping 2 months ago

      +Trevor Franklin You clearly know nothing about the global situation. Greece, Germany, France .... Hungary Poland Really ? Sweden are happy are they ?

    • Trevor Franklin
      Trevor Franklin 2 months ago

      +Sean Ping yes

    • Sean Ping
      Sean Ping 2 months ago

      +Trevor Franklin Is it the case that everyone in Europe loves the EU too?

    • Trevor Franklin
      Trevor Franklin 2 months ago

      +Sean Ping we have amazing trade deals with the EU. Stop with this ignorant xenophobic mindset about the EU there are some amazing people there and it works very well. We do give money but we also get the majority of it back . It is just plain selfish to leave the EU.

  • GeomagneticStorm
    GeomagneticStorm 2 months ago +5

    Every sane person knows Brexit will mean the end of the UK meaning anything in a globalizing world. Watch the downfall of a waning superpower, live on every Western TV.

    • james woop
      james woop 2 months ago

      +Jordan Paterson He's speaking in our language on a computer invented by the british using the world wide web invented by a british man, whilst referencing TV invented by the an attempt to demean the UK, he just highlighted its superiority lmao

    • Jordan Paterson
      Jordan Paterson 2 months ago +1

      GeomagneticStorm I hope you are being intentionally dramatic/ sarcastic

    • james woop
      james woop 2 months ago +1

      The UK has a huge economy and vast wealth, how will they ever survive lol

    • J P
      J P 2 months ago +6

      Peru is a nobody, they seem alright with it. Iceland sits quietly in the Atlantic. Maybe the Brits should learn how to PRODUCE something, other than money lending.

    • FuturamaFan2010
      FuturamaFan2010 2 months ago +1

      +Pook365 Everyone attributes value to different things. For you it seems money has a high worth but for a lot of people who voted brexit principle was more important. I'm not saying your wrong or they are right but if you want to understand the other side you need to look at things from a different perspective.

  • BEAU bulldog
    BEAU bulldog 2 months ago +2

    WTO for me 💪👍

  • iceninja884r f
    iceninja884r f 2 months ago +5

    I hate thresa may she’s a old cow

  • Lee Andrews
    Lee Andrews 2 months ago +13

    Mrs May 170k salary payed by hard working tax payers for what shes the WORST leader of all TIME

    • Empleo Justinian III
      Empleo Justinian III 2 months ago

      Remember, if Britain takes the first lead against Northern Ireland... a_a🚬 *phew*

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago +2

      I guess you're too young to remember the 80's...

  • Ben Hart
    Ben Hart 2 months ago +1

    Anyone else feel sorry for Theresa

    • Zeptars
      Zeptars 2 months ago

      Sure, she's just human and it's ok to feel sorry for her. But most people would recognise their mistakes and step down rather than chose career over country - which seems to be the case imo

    • cryptoskygreen7
      cryptoskygreen7 2 months ago


    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago +3

      The sad thing is that I'm sure she's trying her best to do what she thinks she should be's just everything she thinks is wrong. Bless her.

  • Terry Tibbs
    Terry Tibbs 2 months ago +3

    Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

    • Warrenator
      Warrenator 2 months ago

      +Terry Tibbs see what I mean

    • Terry Tibbs
      Terry Tibbs 2 months ago

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      +Terry Tibbs answer the question. God doesn't exist as long as there are flaws in this doctrine you blindly follow.

    • Terry Tibbs
      Terry Tibbs 2 months ago

      Warrenator Beware of false teachers who come disguised as harmless sheep, but are wolves and will tear you apart. You can detect them by the way they act, just as you can identify a tree by its fruit.

    • Terry Tibbs
      Terry Tibbs 2 months ago

      gee I tell you the truth, those who listen to my message and believe in God who sent me have eternal life. They will never be condemned for their sins, but they have already passed from death into life.

  • edson motta cavalcanti
    edson motta cavalcanti 2 months ago +7

    Theresa may be seated in a barrel of powder .ohhhh bigband again.

  • Paul Burgess
    Paul Burgess 2 months ago +1

    7:43:24 it’s been negotiated wrongly from the beginning. A brexiteer should of been appointed prime minister. And the brexit cabinet should of all been brexiteers. 2 years ago walking into Brussels stating that in 2 years we will leave without a deal & then have 2 years to sort this out. It’s ridiculous

    • Pat Hughes
      Pat Hughes 2 months ago +1

      +Pook365 The only way forward is from outside of the EU. We have a huge trade deficit with the EU. Leaving with no deal will hurt the EU more than us. If they apply tariffs we can apply the same tariffs on them giving us Billions. However there is an option under WTO to continue free trade with EU for two years. Why should the EU insist the UK should not have any competitive advantage to them in world wide trading when they have trade deals with many other countries without such enforcement. Truth they wish to curtail in any way possible UK's ability to strike independent trade deals without reference to the EU laws and restrictions. We need to leave the EU in entirety in order to move forward as a nation. Trade with the EU will continue one way or other.

    • Paul Burgess
      Paul Burgess 2 months ago +1

      Pook365 more scare tactics from a remoaner.

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago +3

      You're making the same mistake the government has made for two years. You can't try to make a bold power play, when the EU holds all the cards. That's the case now and that's been the case all along.
      Ooh you want to leave without a deal do you?
      Enjoy your bombs then.

  • Scumspawn *****
    Scumspawn ***** 2 months ago +2

    I'll never understand why theres a Tory party in this day n age and l will die never knowing why a working class person votes Tory ..that is exactly like the old chestnut of Turkeys voting for Christmas.

    • Scumspawn *****
      Scumspawn ***** 2 months ago

      Pook...l used to read and still have some comedy books by a writer whose nom de plume was Peter Pook..they were very funny but he died in 1979 about 60 yrs old great shame.

    • Zack Toole
      Zack Toole 2 months ago +2

      That's ok, I don't know why whites still vote labour even though one of their highest ranking ministers openly hates them

    • Warrenator
      Warrenator 2 months ago +5

      I'll never understand why theres a Communist party in this day n age and l will die never knowing why a person votes Communist ..that is exactly like an uneducated, selfish child stealing at the expense of others.

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago

      The problem is that a greatly larger proportion of people with money vote than poor (or working poor) people...

  • Scumspawn *****
    Scumspawn ***** 2 months ago +7

    The Tories will soon be DisMayed...when they fire her or if she ever acquires the dignity to resign !!
    But l wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that too happen.

  • Paul Burgess
    Paul Burgess 2 months ago +3

    They can’t decide so let the public decide, simple really. 1- leave with Teresa Mays deal or 2- a no deal wto. I know which would get my vote.

    • Pat Hughes
      Pat Hughes 2 months ago

      +Pook365 WTO do not require hard borders.

    • autohmae
      autohmae 2 months ago

      +Pook365 Ohh, I learned something today ! Thanks.

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago

      Why would it be so limited Paul? Is it because you're scared of option 3?

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago +2

      +autohmae Nooo...without a deal, the UN regulations mean we have to have a hard border. That's the reason why choosing "no deal" is just ridiculous.
      You don't poke the bear...especially when we know the bear has a history of terrorism.

    • autohmae
      autohmae 2 months ago

      May is basically asking: do you want a different deal ? - something which the EU doesn't want to do.
      In case of a no deal, same thing is on the table: What will you do with Ireland ?

  • Andy c
    Andy c 2 months ago +11

    It's a really poor "deal" , with or without the backstop

  • mia tagg
    mia tagg 2 months ago +116

    7:09:33 = when I don’t have gum
    7:24:36 = when I have gum

  • Lonely Animator
    Lonely Animator 2 months ago +18

    Get me out of my country, I don’t want to be associated with this woman.

  • Jin Tee
    Jin Tee 2 months ago +6

    Be great if someone could put in timestamps for each speaker

    • Doubtful Guest
      Doubtful Guest 2 months ago

      +Jin Tee I don't see how not knowing names stops you from writing numbers but ok.

    • Jin Tee
      Jin Tee 2 months ago +1

      +Doubtful Guest I'm not familiar with UK politics and I have no idea who the speakers are.
      But since you replied to this comment, you can do it right? 😊Thanks!

    • Doubtful Guest
      Doubtful Guest 2 months ago +1

      If only someone watching the video had the idea to do it.
      Rather than having the idea of having the idea to do it.

    • Paul Burgess
      Paul Burgess 2 months ago +1

      I know I’m trying to find Geoffrey Cox’s

  • AyoJubi
    AyoJubi 2 months ago


  • austinbeige
    austinbeige 2 months ago +5

    Rees Mogg is going to run out of Champagne.

  • Mohammed Hussain
    Mohammed Hussain 2 months ago

    What are they talking about? Can anyone simplify this for me? Thank u

    • cryptoskygreen7
      cryptoskygreen7 2 months ago

      The same bull just a different day,illuminati at work.

    • Ben Jammin
      Ben Jammin 2 months ago +2

      Basically the UK had a choice.... answer the question correctly or die...
      The question: what is your favorite color?
      Britain: RED!... WAIT....

    • attack attack
      attack attack 2 months ago +3

      They are talking about the void that is Brexit.

    • Above Average Dad!
      Above Average Dad! 2 months ago +4

      It's the UK Parliament discussing the exit from the EU.

  • XxCtxx
    XxCtxx 2 months ago

    No one cares

  • S L Jones
    S L Jones 2 months ago +1

    No deal it is dden its the only option available

    • shingetsu10
      shingetsu10 2 months ago

      There are other options. None of them democratic mind.

    • Pook365
      Pook365 2 months ago

      Don't be silly, there are at least 4 or 5 other options...all of which make rather more sense and don't result in bombs.

    • a-SkepticalMan
      a-SkepticalMan 2 months ago

      There are always alternatives

  • 6IX 9INE
    6IX 9INE 2 months ago +39

    Tyson fury got robbed

  • Greenpoloboy3
    Greenpoloboy3 2 months ago +31

    Well here is the bit you want: 2:21:07