This whole thing has just been draining for the entire country not going to get into if it's a good or bad thing it's just been an example of how slowly government moves promises have been made that are impossible to keep no one can say with any certainty what the outcome is but information that doesn't fit your side of the argument is blatantly ignore.
Obviously if we agree a deal there's still years of work to be done to agree everything so it'll just keep dominating everything and things not related to Brexit that need sorting will be put on the back burner.
Sounds like it will fail as all parties have come out and critised the rejected the deal as a bad deal to brexity for some not brexity enough for others almost like a 52-48 split means you'll never make everyone happy.
Looks like we'll be going back for another extension unless parliament back no deal which they won't.
it's crazy really, all the politicians, or most, say no to a second referendum, yet this is it. What does a normal labour voter, who wants Brexit vote for, or vice versa. It's a Brexit referendum in disguise and the party who wins won't be voted in on their general policies.
They should, in my opinion, hold a referendum on Boris's deal, then call a general election.
We now need to start playing hardball with the EU and make it clear that leaving without a deal is a real possibility. Get a deal done by October or get out without a deal. There has been enough deliberation over this and positive actions are need all across the UK political landscape from this point to ensure we can accurately plan for how we are to recover our economy.
Marcon and Merkel hatching a plan on "mutualised debt" or in other words debt sharing among the EU countries
4 countries objecting and speculation that they may choose to follow the UK out. The EU could be on the verge of collapse.