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Nigel Farage
The House of Commons has just voted to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit. This is an outrage. The time has come to pledge your support to The Brexit Party. Nigel Farage's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 06:34 PM UTC
We should all make a pact, if Italy vetoes any extension of Article 50, all 17.4m of us Brexiters will go to Italy for our holiday Think of the money from the tourism @matteosalvinimi 💰 I also promise to only drink prosecco on March 29th, you do nicer wine than the French 🤗
14 Mar, 01:28 PM UTC
This isn't an attack. It's a statement of fact. IF Brexit happens I'll hold Corbyn responsible. He whipped to trigger article 50, so IF HE DOESN'T WHIP to stop it, it's on him. If he'd done the outreach I've done he wouldn't need to worry about Labour's Leave seats. #BrexitMayhem Femi's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 01:25 PM UTC
Owen Smith
I will be voting today to extend Article 50 in order to provide time for a Public Vote on Brexit -and allow our country to change its mind.
14 Mar, 12:57 PM UTC
Caroline Lucas
Parliament finally votes in favour of something - 412 back extending Article 50 We're gradually steering away from the No Deal cliff-edge. But now we’ve got to use that time well, not create another precipice. MPs need to end this chaos & let the public have a say #peoplesvote
14 Mar, 07:10 PM UTC
Remainers in Parliament have voted by a majority of 210 to beg Brussels for an extension to Article 50. THREE years ago, 17.4 million Brits voted for independence. Our Remain-obsessed Parliament continues to defy the will of the people! 🙋‍♂️ Support us at
14 Mar, 06:26 PM UTC
The Labour Party
After two years, and two defeats on a deal, MPs just voted to extend Article 50. Wondering how it came to this? Here are five reasons why. The Labour Party's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 06:24 PM UTC
Stephen Crabb
Coming from college green interview bumped into a colleague who declared how mad everything is. Told me how important delaying article 50 is now. I asked him why he voted against it then. ‘I have my association AGM coming up’ he replied.
14 Mar, 07:46 PM UTC
Andrew Bridgen
This evening I will vote to oppose an extension to article 50 as democracy delayed is democracy denied
14 Mar, 04:55 PM UTC
Kevin Maguire
Cancel those Brexit wakes or parties on 29 March. Ain't happening. MPs voting 412 to 202 to extend Article 50 is another good night to be a British European
14 Mar, 06:29 PM UTC
Michael Fabricant
I voted against the 2nd Referendum AND extending the #Brexit deadline.
14 Mar, 08:24 PM UTC
Sadiq Khan
For all the chaos, confusion and noise, fundamentally nothing has changed about Theresa May’s bad #Brexit deal. With Parliament in gridlock, the only way to make progress is to withdraw Article 50 and give the British public the final say. #BBCQT Sadiq Khan's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 11:07 PM UTC
Tim Stanley
A very important moment. The UK parliament has signalled that it tried to leave the EU on time but failed. Power, already on the EU's side, now shifts to it significantly. Our executive and our Parliament have failed to deliver what they promised when Article 50 was triggered.
14 Mar, 06:34 PM UTC
Sadiq Khan
Whilst Parliament has voted to make it less likely that we will crash out with no deal, the ongoing chaos shows exactly why we need to stop the clock, revoke Article 50 and with Parliament in gridlock - give the public the final say on Brexit.
14 Mar, 07:05 PM UTC
Laurence Robertson
I voted against the Withdrawal Agreement, to keep the option of leaving without a deal and against an extension of Article 50. And I remain determined to do all I can to try to ensure we leave the EU on 29th March. That is still very possible.
14 Mar, 07:57 PM UTC
CNN International
BREAKING NEWS: UK lawmakers have voted in favor of delaying the Brexit process, acknowledging that more time is needed to break the deadlock over Britain’s departure from the EU
14 Mar, 06:25 PM UTC
Darren Grimes
So, there we are. The Government is going to head to Brussels with their begging bowl and ask Juncker to extend Article 50, who knows what they’ll demand we give them in return and who knows how long they’ll make it this ‘extension’. Just get us OUT.
14 Mar, 06:27 PM UTC
. @neil_parish "For now over two years... we've been absolutely incapable either as a party, or a govt, or a parliament to get a decision on a withdrawal agreement. Why would you ask me to vote for an extension of Article 50 so we could just argue for another couple of months?" BrexitCentral's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 01:39 PM UTC
Jessica Elgot
Stephen Barclay, Penny Mordaunt, Gavin Williamson, Liam Fox, Andrea Leadsom, Chris Grayling, Liz Truss, and Alun Cairns all voted AGAINST the Article 50 extension. Astonishing to see the Brexit secretary vote against the government's preferred course.
14 Mar, 07:15 PM UTC
George Aylett
Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership helped take away Theresa May’s majority, defeated a government finance bill for first time in 41 years, inflicted the biggest defeat on a government ever and ensured Parliament would pledge to ask for Article 50 extension. This IS effective opposition.
14 Mar, 08:32 PM UTC
Lord Kingelot 🇬🇧🔱
If @matteosalvinimi saves Brexit by vetoing the article 50 extension, Where will you be holidaying this year?
14 Mar, 07:46 PM UTC
Lord Kingelot 🇬🇧🔱
Dear @matteosalvinimi I loved my holiday in Rome and Venice last year, But if you would please veto an extension to article 50 so that my country can finally be free of the EU, My country would be eternally grateful and I’m sure that 17.4 Million people would holiday In Italy 🇮🇹
14 Mar, 07:25 PM UTC
Glenn Campbell
Scottish MPs voting against delaying #Brexit by requesting Article 50 extension: 1. K Hair @Kirstene4Angus * 2. C Clark @Colin_J_Clark * 3. D Ross @Douglas4Moray 4. J Lamont @John2Win 5. R Thomson @RossThomson_MP * first two are ministerial aides but it was a free vote
14 Mar, 08:57 PM UTC
Andrew Henderson
The EU confirms all 27 countries will have to accept the UK’s 🇬🇧 request for an extension of article 50. Mr Salviini of Italy 🇮🇹please VETO this request. Our “Elite Establishment Remain Parliament “Don’t represent the majority in the UK who voted to leave the EU !#StandUp4Brexit Andrew Henderson's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 07:50 PM UTC
Christopher Johnston
The Tories called the referendum, the Tories invoked article 50, The Tories fudged the negotiation. The Tories also have been found in contempt of parliament, voted against their motion & lost, and can't get a deal past their own MPs. How is this labour's fault? #Brexit
14 Mar, 06:19 PM UTC
Elinor Elliot #BitchAgainstBrexit
Matt Hancock valiantly upholding the delusion of agency that besets this government: i.e. that Parliament can decide whether the EU will grant an extension to Article 50, and the length of that extension. Jon Snow's anger and exasperation reflects the mood of a nation. #C4News
14 Mar, 07:16 PM UTC
Stephen Phillips
So, Brussels is now suggesting they would only consider a long extension to Article 50, not just a few months. This is precisely what Remainers like May have been playing towards, based on the Merkel plan (W/A), which nobody ever expected us to accept.
14 Mar, 01:16 PM UTC
James Patrick 🐐🔮
Brexit Explainer, Fri 15 March 2019: 1. Last night’s vote does not guarantee Article 50 extension, it has to be agreed by the EU. The EU have specifically asked for justification and consensus. The U.K. has now ruled out the deal (twice), second ref, indicative votes, & CU/SM.
15 Mar, 06:10 AM UTC
Bloomberg Brexit
Most options on Brexit either resolve nothing or end in tears. That leaves us with one unpalatable conclusion: The U.K. can revoke Article 50 unilaterally, and should do so while it still has the option (via @bopinion)
14 Mar, 03:00 PM UTC
It took about 50 years between the time that the telephone was invented and the time that 50% of US households owned one. In contrast, it took just 12 years from the emerge of the smartphone for 50% of individual Americans to own one.
15 Mar, 02:33 AM UTC
The Independent
Opinion: MPs voted against it, but a second referendum is the only way out of this Brexit mess
14 Mar, 11:04 PM UTC
Neil Parish MP
If Parliament extends Article 50 without first agreeing a deal, we will just debate the same issues.
14 Mar, 02:32 PM UTC
The Independent
Sketch: Theresa May has kicked the Brexit can so far down the road it's not even on the same street @tompeck
15 Mar, 12:05 AM UTC
Helen Hayes
.@GMB_Union is right. May is fast forwarding us towards disaster. I’m backing the call to extend article 50 because what is on offer is clearly not acceptable to anyone. It’s time to press the pause button. It’s time to fix this mess. Helen Hayes's photo on Article 50
14 Mar, 04:02 PM UTC
Ian Burnett
Nicola Sturgeon said the extension to Article 50 must be long enough to allow another EU referendum to take place. Finger on the pulse again. 2nd referendum isn't happening. 🥳🥳🥳
14 Mar, 08:34 PM UTC
The Independent
Opinion: Strap yourselves in – we're heading for Brexit round three The Independent's photo on Article 50
15 Mar, 12:23 AM UTC
@SocialM85897394 @MartinDn1001 Hopefully one of the 27 (maybe Italy or Hungary or Austria) can vote against extending Article 50 so we'll be out on WTO terms on March 29th.
14 Mar, 12:20 PM UTC
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15 Mar, 02:39 AM UTC
Latimer Alder
Leavers! Poll: Do we Leave the EU on 29 March ..or extend Article 50 by 3 months? Please comment and retweet
15 Mar, 06:42 AM UTC
The future of Brexit now hinges on securing a delay that allows for a Final Say || Via: Independent
15 Mar, 06:50 AM UTC
Nick Ferrari
Good morning.. On the show: - Latest after deadly shootings at two mosques in New Zealand - Reaction as MPs vote to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit - Knife crime at highest level in almost a decade Plus much more. I'm live on @LBC at 7. Call me on 0345 60 60 973 Nick Ferrari's photo on Article 50
15 Mar, 07:00 AM UTC
Simon Richards 🇬🇧 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿#StandUp4Brexit
Namd and shamed: 'The 113 Conservative MPs who voted for May's motion to extend Article 50' | Conservative Home
15 Mar, 07:12 AM UTC
Brexit Sec. Stephen Barclay stood in the House of Commons and pitched the Government's motion in favour of an extension to Article 50... then he voted against it. Yet, Brexiters like Barclay don't think the 'people' can have changed their minds! #BrexitShambles #revokeArticle50 StrongerStabler's photo on Article 50
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Philip Brown
@PaulEmbery @YvetteCooperMP No deal is not considered the best deal. Under Article 50 it is the right of a member state to seek an extension with EU. If an extension is allowed then exit day is delayed, not blocked.
14 Mar, 10:18 PM UTC
How did your MP vote on extending article 50? A level politics.parliament.backbench rebellions
15 Mar, 06:42 AM UTC
Simon Richards 🇬🇧 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿#StandUp4Brexit
The Commons votes to extend Article 50. The Government no longer supports leaving the EU on March 29. | Conservative Home
15 Mar, 07:14 AM UTC
Pete Swonenine
Parliamentary precedent holds that the government cannot ask MPs to vote twice on the same issue, to prevent bullying by executive, and yet... Theresa May to hold third 'meaningful vote' on her Brexit deal after MPs vote to extend Article 50
15 Mar, 07:13 AM UTC
Bob For Full Brexit
Hartley-Brewer SAVAGES Theresa May on QT - 'She’s put her EGO ahead of the country’
15 Mar, 07:14 AM UTC
'Look forward to MORE Nigel Farage-like MPs' Remainers WARNED Britons won't be 'polite' @nigel_farage @kthopkins @dvatw #Brexitbetrayal #MayMustGoNow
15 Mar, 07:11 AM UTC
Stephen Dunhill
Parliament voting to extend article 50 reminds me of when I was a teacher and a child asked if he could hand in his homework next lesson.
15 Mar, 07:16 AM UTC
Ray Wilton
Theresa May has finally got the Brexiters where she wants them
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Bob For Full Brexit
'You have FAILED!' Health Secretary SLATED by TV host as MPs vote to DELAY Brexit
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Dave C
@eucopresident please allow an extension to article 50 and see the Pro-EU crowds flood London's streets on March 23rd, We will not go gentle into that good night.
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Queue Jumper
Wait until you hear what the People in the rest of the EU have to say about extending Article 50 and ‘keeping the UK’ after all that has been said.
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
David coombes
@mjluff @bbcquestiontime @paulmasonnews @labourlewis Really? So which party demanded a vote on triggering article 50 the day after the referendum? You know before any negotiations or planning could take place. Who’s still saying they have a “credible” plan than been voted down twice? Who’s been playing both sides making promises?
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Unite America Wisconsin
Long read but fascinating article that points out the need for integrating both childhood education and childhood care. Wisconsin ranks near the middle of the pack (20/50) with DC, MD & AR taking the Top 3 spots. Let's elect leaders to improve this!
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
Andy N
Dear @theresa_may @10DowningStreet. This is your reminder to revoke Article 50 and also to @jeremycorbyn to support it. Time to rebuild our society and links with Europe. Time to ensure our democracy is free from corruption and 67 million people are not put at risk by a few.
15 Mar, 07:15 AM UTC
steve 0 #GRIN #NHSLove #Eurodog #JC4PM #UKrepublic
Unless the UK says we want to stay in the EU Then we get Cameron's deal On top of Privileged position we already hold in the EU It is implemented immediately Article 50 & US right wing dirty cash interfering with our democracy just a bad memory Just needs a parliamentary majority
15 Mar, 07:14 AM UTC
Léon Cornelissen
#Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to #EU departure...”but any delay has to be agreed by the 27 other EU member states” Except then that article 50 notification could be withdrawn unilaterally by a UK government, also a kind of delay 😀
15 Mar, 07:13 AM UTC
john williams
Theresa May has finally got the Brexiters where she wants them: MPs have given her back control. And leave supporters now have the binary choice of her deal or months of delay
15 Mar, 07:13 AM UTC
@lrobertsonTewks You still don't get it, Withdrawal Agreement is only the arrangements for negotiations for the eventual Brexit deal, exactly what Article 50 was about, since under EU rules they cannot negotiate deals with 3rd Countries unless they are 3rd Countries.
15 Mar, 07:13 AM UTC
EU considers call for Brexit delay before summit via @rte
15 Mar, 07:13 AM UTC
Nico A. Heller
"It was six Brexiter Labour MPs who saved May from what would have been further humiliation, voting against their colleague Benn and giving her a stay of execution."
15 Mar, 07:12 AM UTC

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