TM has an impasse in parliament with a minority trying to get No Deal and the majority totally against No Deal and then there is Corbyn with nothing much to offer.
When Cameron announced the first vote did he need the backing of the majority of the house just to announce the refendum or can the pm just call one? I canít remember the circumstances.
I know if we did a straw poll on this board the overwhelming majority would say No Deal straight away on the 29th March and I accept it and donít wish to argue pros and cons because I accept all your views as heart felt but TM and most MPs donít agree with the No Deal scenario due to economic worries.
The danger is, as Farage has said, a second referendum with no Brexit remains a possibility and if it went to the country who knows what may happen. That would be wrong, the decision was made in June 2016 and that is what TM is trying to do - Brexit.
My suggestion was to try to take the risk of No Brexit out of all possibilities by her just announcing a second referendum with only two options:- 1 No Deal or 2 Theresa Mays best effort Deal and then leave it to the public to decide which Brexit Deal they wished. It is still democratic, we follow the 2016 decision and then the public tell the politicians which way forward.
It isnít going to happen of course and I know they say today it would take 12 months to organise a second referendum (god knows how!) so the whole thread is purely small talk....
anyway back to Vera on catch up... I think they need better scriptwriters mind.
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