I just do not understand, the MP'S, Thay should do what the public voted for and THAT IS TO LEAVE THE EU NOW.
Obviously my opinion.
We know the direction of this thread>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.
My post simply agreeing seems to have disappeared.
Wish the same thing could happen to MPs !
In a lot of ways I do wish the MPS had voted leave with no deal, pain and disruption aside it would draw a line that as a country and businesses we can move on, The EU would still want trade deals but would send a message Britain will still act independent
Furthermore deliver leaving which satisfies the brexiteers subsequent arrangements were not the issue pretty much like the basis od our exit
I think the problem is that no one voted for a really bad deal,is that your preference? The UK could throw itself on the mercy of the USA or commonwealth countries but won't get a good deal their either,they know the UK will truly be backed into a corner by then and they can dictate any take it or leave it deal. Stuck between a rock and a hard place it seems.
The irony is that the leavers have put he UK in this position by voting down a bad deal.
668,the neighbour of the beast.
good news is business as normal until Westminster have the bottle to make a meaningful decision
For example, whether, as individuals, we agree with it in principle or not, why did anyone think it a good idea to take 'no deal' off the table... by far our strongest bargaining chip? Whether you are Brexit or Remain, everyone wanted the outcome of the negotiations to be as strongly in favour of Britain as possible. Parliament has effectively given the EU carte blanche to dictate the terms it wants now because we've told them very clearly that we'll never just walk away with a shrug and our hands in the air. Do MPs actually not understand politics at all? If only the negotiating team had been drawn from independent experts and all Parliamentary votes had been made non-partisan from the very start.
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