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The curious pages of the Brexit battle

The House of Commons is part of the value of the parliaments with entertainment. In the British house of Commons, the deputies deliver the heated debates and witty battles of words. Sometimes they roar, literally, they interfere with each other between the call and outdo each other with sarcastic remarks.

The Brexit debate on Tuesday evening is still be more emotional than usual. It lasted hours, it had already started in the early afternoon. Many leaders talked for a long time. A Deputy met 18 seconds for his contribution to the debate.

"Because of the Brexit Brexit should mean, and because no Deal would be better than a bad Deal, I will no, no and no votes," said the Tory Julian Lewis. The shortest speech of the Brexit debate was an allusion to the famous "No, No, No"speech of Margaret Thatcher at the end of 1990. The Prime Minister disagreed with her three times the no. of the claim by the former EU Commission President Jacques Delors, after a closer Union in the EU.

"No, No, No": Margaret Thatcher in a speech to the house of Commons in December 1990. Source: Youtube/Kayee

A curious Episode supplied the Labour MP, Tulip Siddiq. The Brexit-the Respondent, who is campaigning for a second Referendum, was supposed to bring on Tuesday her son by caesarean. Because they wanted to be, with the Brexit vote in the lower house, postponed the 36-year-old Deputy with the birth of her son. "This is the most important vote in my life as a politician," she told the BBC. After Doctors agreed to the postponement of the surgical procedure.

The Labour politician is dependent on a wheelchair, she was by her husband into the chamber is rolled. Siddiq, the niece of Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to bring your child tomorrow, Thursday.

"Mays Brexit is as dead as a Dodo"

After the overwhelming rejection of the Brexit Treaty, the UK Newspapers from your have the infamous creative evil side is shown. "Historic defeat" and "complete humiliation" by the Prime Minister Theresa May module on Wednesday of the more harmless Headlines on the front pages. The Daily Mail showed a photo of Mays, with the Heading "fighting For their lives". The "Daily Express" used a simple word: "Dismay" (dismay).

Video – British house of Brexit-Deal "No Deal rejects": The British house of Commons agreed to with the outlet 432 to 202 against the agreement with the EU. (Video: Tamedia)

Cynically, the high-circulation tabloid "The Sun commented," the significant Commons defeat for the government boss. Under the line "Brextinct", a word creation out of Brexit and "extinct" (now extinct), was a Collage with the head of the Prime Minister on the body of more than 300 years ago-extinct Dodo bird: "Mays Brexit is as dead as a Dodo."

"Times"columnist Matthew Parris said sharp words to the Brexit fiasco: "The Parliament must take control of a Zombie-the Prime Minister, by a Zombie-Cabinet and a Zombie Opposition."

Resourceful, the demonstrators were in front of the Parliament building, both for and against Brexit greatly. For example, Brexit opponent took a four-headed Monster. The uncanny nature consisted of the heads of the Prime Minister May, as well as three prominent Brexit supporters: Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and David Davis. The slogan was: "Brexit is a monstrosity."

A further staging of Brexit-opponents showed a Theresa-May-a figure on a ship heading towards an iceberg – a nod to the Titanic Drama.

Direct travel to the Ruin: the Prime Minister Theresa May on a ship similar to the Titanic Drama. Photo: Reuters

The fear of a chaotic Brexit some entrepreneurs have recognized as a business opportunity. So, for example, James Blake from Leeds, head of the company Emergency Food Storage UK. Blake sold the so-called Brexit-boxes with food supplies. A Box contains 60 servings of main meals plus 48 servings of meat. Menus include Pasta Bolognese, Süsssauer chicken or vegetable rice.

launched Since he received the Box in December, Blake sold about 600 pieces. A Brexit-Box costs almost £ 300, so about 382 francs. A government spokesman told the BBC that there is no reason to have the things in the Box on stock.

Good shops, the British betting offices. In the UK you can bet on everything Possible, and that is actually done. The revenue move in the millions. In current bets, it is about the Brexit-time plan. The bookmakers keep a soon-to-be-Brexit rather unlikely. At around 20 percent, the probability that the UK at the end of March, so according to plan, will come from the EU. The Brexit-Drama is dragging on. (vin)

Created: 16.01.2019, 18:38 PM

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