BBC BIAS? Louise Minchin makes shock admission – ‘NO OPTIMISM' Brexit will be resolved

The BBC’s Louise Minchin admitted that the current state of Brexit required more caution than optimism as she confessed having “no optimism” with Brexit. Westminster correspondent Chris Mason explained: “There are some MP’s who want to take the idea of a no deal Brexit off the table, leaving the European Union at the end of March without an overarching deal in place. There are some that are saying Brexit should be delayed if Theresa May cannot get a deal in the next month perhaps there should be a delay till the end of the year.

» Top New Products

7250 Landscaping Designs

Transform  Your  Exterior  In  One  Weekend  With  Over  7250  Landscaping  Ideas                                                         

Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally

Learn  How  To  Permanently  Eliminate  All  Types  of  Uterine  Fibroids  Within  2  Months.                                     

Woodworking Warning

Don't  Start  A  Woodworking  Business  Until  You've  Seen  This...                                                                               

The Memory Professor System

How  about  increasing  your  ability  to  memorize  by  500%  in  just  30  days?                                                           

Rental Property Calculator

Account  For  All  Of  Your  Costs  And  Roi  When  Purchasing  Rental  Properties                                                         

Monster Golf Swing

Add  Yards  of  Distance  to  Your  Golf  Drives  with  Free  Golf  Swing  Tips                                                                 

The Ultimate Bodyweight Bundle

Discover  How  To  Rapidly  Lose  Fat,  Build  Lean  Muscle  And  Get  In  Amazing  Shape.                                             

Natural Stress Relief with 8 Minutes

Instant,  simple,  and  powerful  tools  to  help  you  naturally  eliminate  stress.                                                 

ClickBank ad rotator

An  alternative  method  of  generating  ad  revenue  from  your  websites  and  earn  dollars.                                 

Ebooks For The Job Searcher

This  book  provides  tips  to  raise  a  higher  salary  when  starting  a  new  job.                                                     

Get rid of Cellulite

Discover  the  proper  foods  to  reverse  the  cause  of  the  cellulite  dimples  and  shadows  on  your  lower  body.

Civil engineering templates

Welcome  to  the  home  of  templates  and  forms  for  Construction  and  Civil  Engineering  Projects.                 


“There is also this idea of trying to get around this thorny question of the border in Ireland, this so called backstop idea.

“Ensuring that the border remains open under any circumstances with lots of MP not liking the look of that so they are suggesting alternative arrangements.

“They are the headlines of some of the ideas likely to be discussed and debated.

“Theresa May hopes she might end up with a plan that she can take back to Brussels and say this is will be able o get through the House of Commons.

“But it is entirely possible at the end of the day that they cannot agree on anything.

Mrs Minchin while laughing said: “Chris thank you for the note of, I don’t know what it is optimism?

“No, I don’t think it is, caution, caution at all times, no optimism.”

Today’s votes mark the first opportunity MPs have had to affect the Brexit process since they voted Theresa May deal down earlier this month.

Since then, MPs have been tabling amendments to the government’s plans to try to influence the direction of Brexit. And, as ever, today looks likely to be a difficult one for the Prime Minister.

Today’s vote isn’t a retake of the vote on the deal, but on the Brexit, Plan B Mrs May set out after the crushing defeat on her deal.

The vote is just to say MPs have “considered” plan B, which lays out the government’s next steps on the battle to get an acceptable deal with the EU.

Today’s important and potentially game-changing votes will be on the amendments to that plan, tabled by MPs.

So far, 14 amendments have been tabled and there is no limit to the number of changes MPs could consider.

Commons Speaker John Bercow has the power to pick which amendments MPs can vote on.

Let’s block ads! (Why?)

Post Author: martin

Martin is an enthusiastic programmer, a webdeveloper and a young entrepreneur. He is intereted into computers for a long time. In the age of 10 he has programmed his first website and since then he has been working on web technologies until now. He is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of and Online Magazines. His colleagues appreciate him as a passionate workhorse, a fan of new technologies, an eternal optimist and a dreamer, but especially the soul of the team for whom he can do anything in the world.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.