MP's Make No Deal Harder by Backing Grieve's Amendment - Brexit Explained

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  • Published on Jul 11, 2019
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    A number of MPs (likely a majority) continue to oppose No Deal Brexit, with Dominic Grieve leading the charge on Tuesday night. His amendments were designed to make prorogation more difficult, therefore making it harder for the next Prime Minister to force a no deal Brexit through the House of Commons.
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  • Oroberus
    Oroberus Month ago

    Haven'T watched in a while ... where's our Bercow? The honorable lady isn't doing it badly but ... she's kind of lacking Bercow's OOOOORRDDDAAAA! :(

  • Oaks79
    Oaks79 2 months ago

    No deal is the default position if a deal isn't agreed, Parliament put that into law with article 50

  • A B
    A B 2 months ago

    Can someone explain to me why the MPs are wasting time voting on No Deal. Its not like they UK can go to the EU and say yeah we voted not to exit without a deal but we cant agree on a deal so yeah ...

  • MaestroAlvis
    MaestroAlvis 2 months ago

    That feel when you remember other first world countries have had the unity to simply vote and legalize gay marriage and abortion. I mean I'm sure it's an uphill battle but I only recently gained strong opinions about "legislating from the bench" (no idea if that's a thing in the UK).

  • Tomartyr
    Tomartyr 2 months ago

    So now that parliament has conclusively agreed that it won't make a decision it's now making sure no one else can make that decision for it.

  • Tomartyr
    Tomartyr 2 months ago

    Very weird how prorogation keeps being referred to as unconstitutional when its one of the only solid pieces of our constitution..

  • Ian Whiteley
    Ian Whiteley 2 months ago

    Para 3 artical 50 says we left all ready

  • john murray
    john murray 2 months ago +1

    Grieve and his gang of parasites should stand down for refusing to carry the will of the people

  • Plebeian Britannia
    Plebeian Britannia 3 months ago

    Proroguing Parliament is a must. Parliament no longer represents the majority vote they represent the Remoaner losers. They
    deserve everything they get.

  • Dennis Alexander
    Dennis Alexander 3 months ago

    Where's Bercow?

  • Rock girl
    Rock girl 3 months ago

    Why haven't you executed on the will of the people? All of these votes are votes against them. Seriously, how do you sleep at night?

  • Kana Lives
    Kana Lives 3 months ago

    Wait when did you guys get a new speaker?

  • Louis Banaszak
    Louis Banaszak 3 months ago

    vote brexit

  • Puppet lover
    Puppet lover 3 months ago

    Absolute rubbish,the queen if requested to prorogue by the PM would say yes as she does to every request so is therefore showing no political bias.

    • Rock girl
      Rock girl 3 months ago

      Hey! I loved the video!!

  • Erwin Hun
    Erwin Hun 3 months ago

    Our continent has gone from constant wars to not only a lasting peace but a cooperation the rest of the world is in awe of. Having almost 30 countries with different idiosyncrasies and interests cooperate so deeply is such a difficult and unique achievement that the EU could be considered a new wonder of the world. We have the most prosperous trade, the deepest political cooperation, and the broadest diplomatic solidarity in the world. We show the world's nationalists that countries are truly stronger together rather than isolated alone. Then the UK falls victim of right-wing populism and leaves. It's a truly sad tragedy. Shakespear could not have written it any sadder.

  • steve newbould
    steve newbould 3 months ago

    Undemocratic Westminster!

  • Glurp puffloid
    Glurp puffloid 3 months ago

    Where is Bercow? WHERE?!?!?!

    • Puppet lover
      Puppet lover 3 months ago

      “Please don't waste this time." "Doh! ..... About that ....."

  • Hoystein
    Hoystein 3 months ago

    Having it in the hands of the queen would be better then these jokes. They no they will get no deal, they just want to delay for the rest of time, or make a second referendum. They have known there would be no deal for months, yet here we are.

  • Rob Dewey
    Rob Dewey 3 months ago

    You are such a remoaner.

  • Deep hug
    Deep hug 3 months ago

    you out to bring down penation and the NHS, folk are going to hate you,

  • StYxXx
    StYxXx 3 months ago +2

    So by refusing amendment 17 the parliament basically voted against gaining more power? That's weird.

  • David Wheeler
    David Wheeler 3 months ago

    What a disgrace out political system is.

  • Philip George
    Philip George 3 months ago

    We have a ROGUE Parliament. So proROGUE the lot of them until the democratic deed is done...

  • Leming400
    Leming400 3 months ago +1

    Tories know if they don't sort brexit before the next GE they will collapse entirely and we will have the brexit party as the largest group in westminster. Tories are only clinging on to the votes they have due to promising to get it done, failure to do so will be catastrophic. PM nige is unthinkable. They must get us a deal and get out of the EU before it gets so much worse and the BP take charge

    • Rock girl
      Rock girl 3 months ago +1

      unbelievable traitor in our government

  • NAANsoft
    NAANsoft 3 months ago +3

    This new season 2 of the Brexit Series seems rather exciting. Season 1, ending with May's resignation, gave good promises of a new and fun show to watch and so far I'm not disappointed...

  • Botany 500
    Botany 500 3 months ago

    Dominic Grieve - Swamp globalist corporatist shyster.Was he disgusted and tried to stop Major when he Parouged Parliament?

  • Evelyn Fullerton
    Evelyn Fullerton 3 months ago

    Think of the future your children It will no longer be Great Britain when we leave the EU, we will be a country with a begging bowl having to beg for deals, those who want to leave the EU think very carefully about the future please, there is time to change your mind and remain in EU, there could be a world war soon what will an Independent Britain do, Go into a war of Trump's making if not he will not trade with us, Will we have to bow down to Trump please think again

  • Norman Mattson
    Norman Mattson 3 months ago

    These clowns make US politicians look like statesmen LOL.

  • Steve W
    Steve W 3 months ago +1

    If the un-elected lords stick their nose that will be the end of them for sure, they are at the edge of a cliff, one small push and they will be tumbling down it.

  • Antonio Saldana
    Antonio Saldana 3 months ago

    The UK is the annoying country at this time.

  • Charming nowhere to hide

    Why haven't you executed on the will of the people? All of these votes are votes against them. Seriously, how do you sleep at night?

  • DadAndKids
    DadAndKids 3 months ago

    Do labor vote as a block and only the neocon remainder conservatives vote yes?

  • Tony Becker
    Tony Becker 3 months ago

    “Please don't waste this time."
    "Doh! ..... About that ....."

  • Grenville Bamford
    Grenville Bamford 3 months ago

    Absolute rubbish,the queen if requested to prorogue by the PM would say yes as she does to every request so is therefore showing no political bias.

  • C M
    C M 3 months ago

    The idea that they couldn't wait a few minutes for the one person is insane.

  • The_New_IKB 4472
    The_New_IKB 4472 3 months ago

    The Queen is still the supreme commander of the armed forces, so that remains an option!

  • Scottish Prince
    Scottish Prince 3 months ago

    I have heard that Johnson would need the Queen's permission to suspend Parliament. I'm a republican but I'd have genuine respect for her if she refused him. If she enables this madness, she'll have shown having a constitutional monarchy is completely pointless.

  • Charlie Tuffier-Mancini
    Charlie Tuffier-Mancini 3 months ago +3

    I would rather the nation be in the hands of the queen rather that any politician.

  • Tim Hunt
    Tim Hunt 3 months ago

    you out to bring down penation and the NHS, folk are going to hate you,

  • Tim Hunt
    Tim Hunt 3 months ago

    Yes for the uk not USA cooperation crock

  • NotContinuum
    NotContinuum 3 months ago

    Did anyone else see some editing and technical problems? Distortion over the folders, etc

  • NichoTBE
    NichoTBE 3 months ago

    unbelievable traitor in our government

  • Knights Templar
    Knights Templar 3 months ago

    The vote was leave now let’s leave and strike deal when we have gone this is a delay tactic by remain MPs they are betraying the people and we won’t forget at the polls

  • Hersa37
    Hersa37 3 months ago

    They'll start battling it out by recommending diuretic teas to one another to destroy competition

  • 00dude3
    00dude3 3 months ago

    MP's voted down the deal offered multiple times, the EU said they won't renegotiate, they don't want a no deal. So what they expect to happen? Even an election would just result in hung parliament

  • 00dude3
    00dude3 3 months ago

    "No Deal is better than a bad deal"....

  • DerGrueneApfel
    DerGrueneApfel 3 months ago

    Still don't get what all this proroguing-fuss is about. As long as parliament does not vote to revoke Article 50, it can vote against no deal as often as it wants - it will have no implications what so ever since no deal is the default. And does anyone believe that they would go that far?

  • FutureChaosTV
    FutureChaosTV 3 months ago +1

    Scotland and Northern Ireland should split off and remain in the EU. Then Boris Town and Wales can have their isolated insane asylum.

    • Ameya S
      Ameya S 3 months ago

      They'll first need to have a referendum and leave UK and then will have to apply for EU membership..

  • Richard Forester
    Richard Forester 3 months ago

    Why haven't you executed on the will of the people? All of these votes are votes against them. Seriously, how do you sleep at night?

    • viktor1496
      viktor1496 3 months ago

      Unbelievable, you don't even address my point, you run away from the conversation, delete your post...
      And then you call me childish? Grow up Richard
      A no deal is not the will of the people, it's sad that you can only accept democracy when it suits you.

  • bijntje veenstra
    bijntje veenstra 3 months ago

    God what an anoying spreaker

  • Kevin Buckley
    Kevin Buckley 3 months ago

    To qualify to prorogue you have to be a pro-rouge.

  • Nubie Bob
    Nubie Bob 3 months ago +1

    Remember when we thought the MP'S worked for us ?? Haha yeah me neither:-)..

  • Nero Piroman
    Nero Piroman 3 months ago

    Where is the OG speaker????

  • pierrecurie
    pierrecurie 3 months ago

    What happened to Bercow? Is he still alive?

  • Rebecca Cooksey
    Rebecca Cooksey 3 months ago

    Why don't the thumbnail say why the mps are fucking us all over for even longer

  • AmazingHatOfDreams
    AmazingHatOfDreams 3 months ago

    You need to understand the use of the executive. You do know that presidents are a thing, right? That is because democratic bodies are slow and cumbersome, and when there is a protracted deadlock, the executive often has an important say.
    Just because we pretend that we don't have an executive in this country doesn't mean that we don't. Traditionally, the monarch has always sided with the PM, who is our executive in real terms. Under our system, while this is certainly the most controversial thing that a PM has attempted to do using executive powers, the queen's position is little more than a rubber stamp on something that has already been decided by the PM.
    You can say that it would be bad form to drag the monarchy into this, but the only way she would truly fail to be impartial under our arranged system would be if she blocked the PM's executive action.
    The whole point is that she herself doesn't express an opinion and green lights what the PM puts in front of her. That makes her uncontroversial.
    And prorogation is justified anyway, because 80% of MPs stood on honouring brexit, and the legal framework states that if we don't have it figured out, we still leave on the 29th of March deal or no deal. They've then been passively blocking no deal ever since and refusing to stand by the legal requirements. The executive has every right to break the deadlock in this manner.

  • mike sull
    mike sull 3 months ago

    then that's what the people want.we don't want to be in the European NAZI union.if we had nothing it's better than being in the European .get it through your brain dead head Mr o Jordan. go brexit party all the way.

    • viktor1496
      viktor1496 3 months ago

      Mike, you appear to have no notion about how horrible WWII was, you are spitting the the faces of everyone who had to suffer through that to even begin comparing the EU with the nazi regime.

  • mike sull
    mike sull 3 months ago

    if Boris johnson gets in have a G E.sack all the politicians that went against the people..then deal whith the Lords get them out.there trying to stitch Boris johnson up all the time.

  • Raymond Pockett
    Raymond Pockett 3 months ago

    Ask your self one question why would we want to be a puppet of the EU. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

    • viktor1496
      viktor1496 3 months ago

      Research cooperation, the common market, access to many joint military development programs, to have a bigger weapon to crack down on big corporations... just to name a few
      The EU fought many battles with google, facebook, the telecom market...etc and the consumer always came out on top.
      "puppet".....suuure mate.

  • Fredrick Nietzsche
    Fredrick Nietzsche 3 months ago

    who the female speaker?