In 2016 the British people were given the decision over the Country’s future. They chose Leave.
Eighty per cent of MPs elected in 2017 promised to implement that decision. That decision means either leaving with the PM’s Deal or No Deal. No other Brexit option exists.
But almost all Labour MPs and enough Conservatives have decided they know better and are trying to reverse the people’s decision.
Surprise, surprise, voters are now demanding what they were promised and there will be a tidal wave of support for the Brexit Party next week in the unwanted EU Parliament elections.
Only delivering Brexit can start to repair people’s trust in their politicians.
In early June, Parliament will reject her deal for the 4th time but won’t support No Deal. That will be the end for Theresa May who has got us into this terrible mess.
The new Conservative leader and PM must be prepared to face down this rotten Parliament elected in 2017. A general election is the only certain way to get rid of it.
There are now only three parties committed to Brexit. UKIP have gone loopy and have been supplanted by Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party. Ninety per cent of Conservative MPs and members support delivering Brexit.
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If the Conservatives do not form an electoral pact with the Brexit Party, in the highly likely event of Brexit not having happened before the next general election, there will be no Brexit and not much left of the Conservative Party.
Nigel Farage must choose. Brexit or inflicting huge damage on the Conservatives. He can’t do both.
And if the Conservatives don’t choose to ally with Farage’s Brexit Party we will be so badly damaged that government of the UK may fall into the hands of Corbyn’s Labour and the EU.
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Nigel Farage says he wants Theresa May to remain Prime Minister ‘as long as possible’ to help him recruit Brexit Party members