Post by Pelican Post by pamela Post by Pelican Post by pamela Post by Yellow
11pm 29 March 2019.
Party poppers on standby. :-)
It's just for show. The article quotes Lord Kerr saying, "We can
change our minds at any stage of the process".
He must be thinking of that second referendum. :)
Thinking or dreaming?
Now, who was it who said "Countries which cannot change their minds cease
to be democracies”?
The chances of TPTB having a referendum to accept the terms of the deal is
Anyone with any sense knows that "return to the status quo" could never be
the alternative, and that if that option was offered and it did win, there
would have to be another referendum to "agree the swinging concessions that
the EU have wrung out of us to allow us to stay in" after the realty of what
asking to stay in means, has dawned.
It would be a nightmare, a real Pandora's box that no-one sensible is going
to open (except the stay in at any cost brigade - the same people who still
think we were wrong not to join the Euro - because that's what asking to be
allowed back in would mean!).