📌 New VİDEO 🎥: May: I profoundly regret MPs’ decision – BBC News

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📌 New VİDEO 🎥: May: I profoundly regret MPs’ decision – BBC News

Theresa May made a statement after the defeat in the Commons.
She says she “profoundly regrets” MPs decision.
She tells MPs that she has personally wrestled with the issue but says she is conscious of the “potential damage” leaving the EU without a deal would do.

She says she will urge the Commons to vote against a no-deal Brexit.

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  1. The Queen should send our Proud Loyal Honest Army in to force their hand……..O hang on most of our functioning army are in distant lands laying down their lives, trying to bring democracy to these lands……go figure.

  2. That is what I call ridicule, but many ways entertaining, British political circus, without common sense, but full of clowns, one of them wearing red. It seems now that at least springtime isn´t coming to Prime Minister Thresa May and she doesn´t look and sound at all "happy and gay". Few decades ago they made good and entertaining farce comedies in the UK and good TV series and TV entertainment commonly, but they lost that skill during the 2000´s and 2010´s. Now we have only that very bad political farce comedy in the UK´s Parliament and in the UK´s Government, full of clowns but without professional screenplay and common sense. Are our idiots there in the UK planning now to leave the IV Reich trying to make the soon after your many ways Pyrrhic the WWII victory practically totally collapsed British Empire, the lost civilization, gone with the wind, great again or do you still want to be a Western Province of the IV Reich EU, led politically, industrially and economically by especially economically and industrially all the time power rising Germany, "Axis-allied with time", in future too? I am just curious and little confused too here in Northern Europe, in the partly arctic EU-Reich Province-Finland.

  3. I predict that if they don't fix their shit England is gonna fail. You dumm fcks do not realise that if it wasn't for the people that come to england from other countries. This country will be shit.

  4. Start looking for jobs you MP's, you have ignored our decision to leave and you have gone out of your way to put buffers in the way of us leaving. Beware your day will come when the British voters will revolt against you.

  5. WELL ! SHE MUST HAVE SUPER  STAMINA INDEED !!ANYONE ELSE !  ERR !!  WOULD HAVE COLLAPSED WITHIN THAT TWO YEAR'S  !!I AM TRYING TO " UNDERSTAND"  WITH THIS " DEAL"   AND MORE DEAL INDEED !!!WHY ??? SO LONG !!T.H. SHE IS ASSERTIVE / BOMBASTIC / DRAMA QUEEN  ???? PERHAP'S  !T.H. THERE'S ONLY ONE QUEEN !!!FROM (U.K.)

  6. I've just been praying for Theresa May and for the Brexit outcome, to be within God's will and purpose for Great Britain. It occurred to me last night that no matter what party and Prime Minister might have been in leadership today, they are essentially nothing more than a 'fall guy' in something that has far bigger ramifications than we would dare to imagine. We are heading fast toward a One World Government, so no matter what our Political Alliances may be and irrespective of our personal thoughts and feelings toward Theresa May, she needs our support!

  7. Sign remain petitions there are 5 I think and the u gov one gone 115,000 signatures.
    The lib dem ones over a 250,000 a time ago.it will snowball. Safety in numbers.
    Not numbers of petition one official I want an exit from BREXIT thanks.

  8. イギリスは自分の国の貿易主権すら守らない、しょーもない選択をしたんですね。お気の毒です。
    EUに言を左右される、誇りなき存続なんだな〜。なんだ、気概のない、日本国憲法の性格同と同じじゃん。

  9. David Davis said that Theresa May's deal is worse than our current deal

    On the first vote he opposed it, on the second he supports it.

    1) Why is David Davis purposely weakening the UK?

    2) Why can he change his mind within weeks but not the public who voted almost 3 years ago?

    3) If the 'will of the people' has not changed, there is nothing to fear by a vote. If it has, a vote is needed.

  10. democracy is dead in the UK if this does not happen because some MP's cant handle that they are meant to act upon the citizens choice because they don't like it.  Stop faffing around and just get on with it, suck it up, roll up your selves and get on with the majority voted decision to leave.   If not I'm sure that when it comes round to general election time people will just riot in the streets until they get the party they want and if not then infighting then ensues with confidence in democracy then finally lost.   If that happens all those MP's that dragged their feet should be like wise paraded through the streets to face the citizens that entrusted them to do their job.

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