So patriotic it deprives us of jobs?
So decent it leaves British citizens in Europe stranded?
So moderate it strips us of our right to study, travel, live, love & work in 27 countries? /2
Brexit is nothing but ideology.
There are no proven facts. There is a preposterous belief that we can do everything, as all the evidence before he flees to Paris, Berlin, Dublin. /3
Why aren’t vital NHS jobs being filled?
What will your “low-skilled” £50k immigration do to the NHS?
Doctors are against Brexit for good reason. /5
If she genuinely believes that to be true, despite overwhelming evidence the young are against her Brexit, she must offer everyone a 1st vote on the true facts.
Give democracy a voice @theresa_may. Otherwise, it’s nothing but empty words. /6
She could have chosen to run these last 2 years with a different style & consensus - she could have chosen to be moderate & inclusve. She actively chose not to. /7
At least 2 more moderate options would have flowed from that choice of strategy. /8
Many of us would not have liked that option, but it may well have achieved some electoral consensus. /10
See the unnecessary election, & language around it about those seeking to block Brexit, her ramming though Art50 & Withdrawal Act &/or packing committees. /11
And it’s been an unmitigated disaster all through. /13
She has failed to be moderate.
She has failed to make the right choices.
She has failed to unite the country, or her party, or tell the hard truths - sometimes any of the truths - the British people should be told.
This op-ed is a begging bowl, that pleads with Labour voters - and voters on all sides affronted by what has happened to our country on her watch (enemies of the people anyone?) - to forget, to let her start again.