So what’s up with Brexit? Unfortunately, this is going to be long. 1. We had a non-binding referendum where the option to leave one by less than 4% 2. The PM Conservative @David_Cameron who called the referendum and said he would stay on to oversee its outcome, promptly resigned
3. The Conservative party selected another PM Theresa May who very soon expressed a determination to adopt the hardest breaks it and started hedging it about with egregious red lines. This being way beyond any reasonable mandate granted by the marginal referendum “win”.
There are barely 7 months left to brexit day (29/03/2019), how come there is still no certainty as to what form brexit will take?
Will there be a deal, if so what kind of deal?
Will we crash out, if so what will the consequences of crashing out be?
Have you researched this at all?
How can businesses or citizens plan for brexit if we don’t know what it will involve?
How have you let this level of uncertainty happen? Is this your idea of responsible governance?
This is gonna be long, but I think it's worth it. A well-regarded twitter poster, let’s call him Giorgio, has recently publish a thread stating among other things as follows. “The pathways to stopping or delaying Brexit are blocked.
But once the mandate is discharged, the pathways to UK rejoining, or being in a close association agreement with EU, within the single market and customs union, will be open, with no obstacles.”
This approach annoys me for two reasons, one because Giorgio seems to be attempting to cajole Remainers to put all activity on hold until we actually leave the #EU.