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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

UK's House of Lords could delay Brexit - EU Observer



Democracy in action!

Read here - A cross-party coalition in the House of Lords is considering blocking the triggering of article 50 - EU Observer

BBC - House of Lords could delay Brexit, peer claims

MailOnline- Don't hold up Brexit, No 10 tells the Lords: Downing Street dismisses baroness's threat that peers could hold up the process 

Independent - House of Lords could derail or delay Brexit Article 50, Tory peer says - Baroness Wheatcroft said the delay could prompt a second EU referendum

One possible reason:

EU demands Britain pays pensions of 1,730 Eurocrats in wake of Brexit vote (The Telegraph)

-and another:

Bank of England urged to use 'sledgehammer' to combat Brexit slump (The Guardian)

At the end of the day, the referendum presented voters with a classic existentialist choice: a choice for each individual to act with freedom and 'authenticity', and to take responsibility for his or her decision. I am sure that French philosophers would respect that, as well as politicians like Michel Barnier.




























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