André Rebentisch on Mon, 19 Aug 2019 11:01:11 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> It goes beyond the Meat Loaf Problem

There are few roads out:
a) do nothing = no deal and then: ???
b) Amendment Treaty : The EU will not reopen the withdrawal agreement.
However, an amendment treaty is concluded that replaces the backstop.
this treaty is dependent on the withdrawal agreement adoption.
c) A change to the political declaration and a positive vote on the
withdrawal agreement
d) Parliament revokes Art 50

Corbyn proposing Corbyn is no serious offer. He puts nothing on the
table. It is quite reckless how he abuses the crisis.

Am 17.08.19 um 18:47 schrieb David Garcia:
> My friend Racheal Baker just posted the question on FB: "why is a no
> deal Brexit is less detrimental than a temporary Corbyn-led gov. What
> exactly is it that centrists are scared of? It’s not the fear of the
> democratic socialism of Labour’s policy positions (akin to Scandinavia
> or Spain). It appears to be the figure of Corbyn himself…"
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