On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 11:52:20 +0100, Norman Wells <***@unseen.ac.am>
> On 09/07/2018 10:16, R. Mark Clayton wrote:
> > On Monday, 9 July 2018 09:29:34 UTC+1, Norman Wells wrote:
> >> On 09/07/2018 08:41, MM wrote:
> >>> One turd on Friday night, then another on Saturday, by Sunday David
> >>> Davis was disgusted by the whiff of ordure wafting from Number 10. He
> >>> couldn't go on. "One more turd and I'm gone!" he threatened.
> >>> Then the chief whip brought in another toilet bowl full and Davis
> >>> threw up all over his principles. Finally, he picked one out of the
> >>> mess of pottage and decided enough was enough. No one yet knows where
> >>> the toilet bowl went or who has taken over as turd monitor. By 9:00
> >>> a.m. we'll know. Shall it be Michael Gove? What about Boris Johnson?
> >>> Suffice to say that Brexit now looks like it's entered its terminal
> >>> phase.
> >> I understand the government has just announced that the Department for
> >> Exiting the EU is to be renamed as the Department for Remaining in the EU.
> >> "It's the same Department", said Mrs May, "so nothing has changed except
> >> its name. We're still honouring all of our manifesto commitments,
> >> because we never said 'leave' was any different from 'remain'. The new
> >> Minister in charge will be Anna Soubrey who will do her best to keep us
> >> in the EU in accordance with the referendum result".
> > Well the government seems terminally incapable of taking this forward, so if they can't agree let the people decide in a people's vote.
> And if they decided again to leave, nothing will have changed, so the
> government on your analysis would still be incapable of taking it
> forward. It wouldn't help therefore to have another vote.
The problem we in fact have is that the Government can take it forward
but because of remainer objection are being prevented.
And I understand that some people hope a 2nd referendum will simply make
it all go away but they are deluded if they think a so called "soft
Brexit" or no Brexit at all is going to make leavers go away and stop
wanting what they voted for.
How it is going to be sorted out in the end - Parliament vs The People -
only time will tell.