1. The Ref MPs voted for was advisory
2. Cameron then made it binding in the minds of voters who don't understand the niceties of our constitution, which was shabby & underhand of him, because he created a political imperative to take the Ref advice
11. It didn't have to be like this. PM could've followed Norway's "consensual" example.
13. May has left herself no room to manoeuvre, but maliciously blames EU for her predicament.
The Ref's outcome is unsafe.
16. Why should law-abiding citizens, who respect the rule of law, accept Constitutional upheaval & economic/familial dislocation based on a corrupt Ref?
It's astonishing "the party of law & order" is turning a blind eye!
Let them. Then arrest them.
There's no mandate for the harsh hard Brexit of Chequers or ERG insane 'no deal' Brexit (which LeaveHQ sd no responsible Govt would allow)
Govt doesn't have a mandate for any other sort of #Brexit, but —
- a state of emergency
- food/medicine shortages
- power outages
- Heathrow closed 2mths
- Major industries moving jobs & investment to EU27
- Decline in GDP, jobs & opportunities for the young for 50yrs
You MUST get informed consent for this.
I had you pegged as a "country before party" MP & I hope when push comes to shove (as it will soon) you will not disappoint. Good luck!
The case for a #FinalSay Ref rests on 4 pillars:
1. illegality surrounding original #EUref
2. huge gap between the #Brexit promised & the one we're getting
3. importance of informed consent for suffering #Brexit may inflict
4. it's the right thing to do.
Thanks to @polnyypesets