Upcoming Referendum

Old Jun 30th 2016, 2:43 pm
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Default Re: Upcoming Referendum

Originally Posted by DaveLovesDee View Post
I like interesting when I know the boundaries.

I'd rather be a little more sure of what the Brexit boundaries are.
Interesting, is this first, all sorted by September 9.Five Conservative MPs have been confirmed as candidates. Place your bets

Conservative leader: Who might succeed David Cameron? - BBC News

Then whoever takes the lead, it'll be deal with the EU issues after that.

In the meantime, its summer, holiday time (UK parliament recess 21 July - 5 Sept), kids out of school, on hols, everyone can relax, then back to business in the last quarter of 2016

House of Commons recess dates - UK Parliament
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Old Jun 30th 2016, 2:57 pm
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Default Re: Upcoming Referendum

Originally Posted by not2old View Post
Interesting, is this first, all sorted by September 9.Five Conservative MPs have been confirmed as candidates. Place your bets

Conservative leader: Who might succeed David Cameron? - BBC News

Then whoever takes the lead, it'll be deal with the EU issues after that.

In the meantime, its summer, holiday time (UK parliament recess 21 July - 5 Sept), kids out of school, on hols, everyone can relax, then back to business in the last quarter of 2016

House of Commons recess dates - UK Parliament
There';s nothing to stop Parliament actually debating whether to trigger Article 50 before recess if they choose to.
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