MP's Make No Deal Harder by Backing Grieve's Amendment - Brexit Explained

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Published on Jul 11, 2019
Prorogation Explained: Marriage & Abortion in NI: A number of MPs (likely a majority) continue to oppose No Deal Brexit, with Dominic Grieve leading the charge on Tuesday night. His amendments were designed to make prorogation more difficult, therefore making it harder for the next Prime Minister to force a no deal Brexit through the House of Commons. Follow TLDR on Facebook: Follow TLDR on Instagram: Follow TLDR on Twitter: Merch Store: Support TLDR on Patreon: Donate by PayPal: Learn About Our Funding: TLDR is all about getting you up to date with the news of today, without bias and without filter. We want to give you the information you need, so you can make your own decision. TLDR is a super small company, run by one person with the help of some amazing volunteers. We are primarily fan sourced with most of our funding coming from donations and ad revenue. No shady corporations, no one telling us what to say. We can't wait to grow further and help more people get informed. Help support us by subscribing, following and backing on Patreon. Thanks!


Me AndMeToo
Me AndMeToo:
UK : let's leave the undemocratic EU !

UK : let's have the QUEEN choose our destiny !
Olly Johnson
Olly Johnson:
"a weak bladder could be the difference between Remain and No Deal." That is both hilarious, and horrifying
Darius Lapinskas
Darius Lapinskas:
Hello TLDR News.  Would it be possible to attach some kind of a marker to MP's names that would show the party they are affiliated to? E.g. DOMINIC GRIEVE/MP FOR BEACONSFIELD (TORIES).
World: So what are you going to do from now on?
UK: *N O*
Eric Boulegue
Eric Boulegue:
UK politics from the outside are just hilarious.... from procedure to the politicians it all just seems like a bad movie
Barley Sixseventwo
Barley Sixseventwo:
Boris Johnson: “My Queen, please prorogue
Parliament: “My Queen, please do not let him do this!”
Queen Elizabeth: “You could not live with your own failures. And where did that bring you? Back to Monarchy.”
Alan Moss
Alan Moss:
When did John Bercow start wearing so much make-up!
Carolina Dias
Carolina Dias:
At this point none of this is going to be resolved by October 30th.
István Péter Járay
István Péter Járay:
"–Say Aye!
–Of the contrary nooo!
*face of the woman in the back*
I think that the image of a toilet bowl is a valid and precise non-verbal description of British politics. I foresee t-shirts with such an imprint.
Where's john Bercow? Is he still speaker
Needed more Bercow.
It's just not the same without Bercow...
Could you show the tally every time you're discussing the results? It's much easier to read than to get numbers from speech
I like this new character, but she's no Bercow.
W0lfbane Shika
W0lfbane Shika:
The no's have it... the nose have it... they have my nose!
John Gillett
John Gillett:
Ah at last clarification, we now know what happens when the phrase "the Whip taking the piss" is used !!
El Presedente Fieri
El Presedente Fieri:
This is what happens when the rules of your political system are basically made up as you go
Charalampos Koundourakis
Charalampos Koundourakis:
Threatening prorogation was and is a despicable political move. No respect whatsoever for parliamentary power.
"Toilet with shoes" t-shirts, anyone?
Filip Kunic
Filip Kunic:
Weird seeing "order", "noe's" and "aye's" being said without John Bercow.
Matthew Morris
Matthew Morris:
How can they say going to the monarchy is undermining democracy when the last 2 years have shown, that THEY have made democracy fail.
Ron Miel
Ron Miel:
Democracy is not an absent Parliament. Democracy happens if members of the Parliament are on a toilet break.
Leafseason Magbag
Leafseason Magbag:
Hearing the phrase “banged on the head” in an official, legislative context is great.

Our politicians could never be so candid
richie smith
richie smith:
Does anyone know where I can get a good deal on bulk buying fireworks?
Gregory Ashton
Gregory Ashton:
7:21 What are you talking about @TLDR News? She literally said the ayes to the right 289, not 189 as you state in this video.
João Vitor Matos
João Vitor Matos:
"we don't want a no deal, but we want a deal with nothing in it"
Charlie Tuffier-Mancini
Charlie Tuffier-Mancini:
I would rather the nation be in the hands of the queen rather that any politician.
Juan Miguel
Juan Miguel:
Imagine that MP coming back from the loo. "Sorry couldn't hold it in. What did I miss?"

"Oh just a vote that might ultimately decide the fate of the UK in where your vote would have made an essential difference in the decision. Are those skid marks?"
This new season 2 of the Brexit Series seems rather exciting. Season 1, ending with May's resignation, gave good promises of a new and fun show to watch and so far I'm not disappointed...
Steve W
Steve W:
If the un-elected lords stick their nose that will be the end of them for sure, they are at the edge of a cliff, one small push and they will be tumbling down it.
So by refusing amendment 17 the parliament basically voted against gaining more power? That's weird.
Bercow is looking a little different these days
I'm here so early that background play isn't even enabled yet
ab ba
ab ba:
Tories are so so desperate to survive.
By holding on to a no deal in order to please those hard extremists and to bring back some of their old supporters regardless of ALL THE RISKS TO THE UK .
Nubie Bob
Nubie Bob:
Remember when we thought the MP'S worked for us ?? Haha yeah me neither:-)..
Tim Barnsley
Tim Barnsley:
Traitor's all of them!!
I love these and I know you work really hard on them, so apologies for the nitpicking, but at one point you (in the audio) understate the opposition votes by 100 (just an accidental saying 'one' when it should be 'two'. Also, the ending suggests an outcome for amendment 14 which isn't right as I understand it, since it was never voted on (as you say earlier). Just a couple of errors and I'm not suggesting anything untoward - just flagging them up. Please keep doing these - they're informative and invaluable. Thanks for your brilliant work.
Hauke Holst
Hauke Holst:
And the circus continues...
James the cat
James the cat:
Maybe all mps should have catheters fitted it would solve alot of problems not just unfortunate piss timmings
Halon's Razor
Halon's Razor:
You cannot block the legal default, you can only kick the can down the road and wait for the EU to kick us out.
Bradisking 03
Bradisking 03:
Yay a TLDR video to watch with my Tea
so grieve gets his traitorous way.....just because 1 MP farted and followed through.
D Watt
D Watt:
When will people realise that Parliament and the Westminster Europhiles will NEVER allow Brexit.
This screenplay is awesome. Roller coaster action, backstabbing, poison pills... the works

Now in earnest... how messed up is this therapy session of the UK’s political system? Breakdowns, phases of grief, the whole basket.
Sorry, can someone do a video on what fvcking planet we're actually living on please!!!! Cheese and rice......
épinards & caramel
épinards & caramel:
I think I've already seen this episode
Norman Mattson
Norman Mattson:
These clowns make US politicians look like statesmen LOL.
Barbara Mcderott
Barbara Mcderott:
YOUTUBE GRAEME MOORE BREXIT COURT CASE we left on the 29th march solicitor ROBIN TILSBROOK ACCORDING to the European union Notification or withdrawal ACT 2017 we left on the 29th march
Royston Schooling
Royston Schooling:
Was not Dominic grieves up for deselection?