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Quinky

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #165 on: Monday 09-Sep-2019, 14:32* »
Thatís sovereignty for you. Parliament is acting as it has been designed. This is what you wanted, thereís no EU to blame for this.

Still firmly believe a lurch to the right or left, any sort of extreme, is not going to work as the country wonít support it and it wonít get through parliament.

We need moderate sensible compromise, whether thatís staying in the EU or leaving. There have been ways this could have been achieved, but there has been neither the will, political skill, expertise or intelligence to do it.

If Brexit fails theyíve got themselves to blame.
Thatís sovereignty for you. Parliament is acting as it has been designed. This is what you wanted, thereís no EU to blame for this.

Still firmly believe a lurch to the right or left, any sort of extreme, is not going to work as the country wonít support it and it wonít get through parliament.

We need moderate sensible compromise, whether thatís staying in the EU or leaving. There have been ways this could have been achieved, but there has been neither the will, political skill, expertise or intelligence to do it.

If Brexit fails theyíve got themselves to blame.

When you have a winner and a loser, you don't have a compromise. Also, this government will never get a deal through as there is an opposition which seems to serve one purpose - derail whatever the government try to do.

The solution is a General Election. See which MPs still have the support of voters after their actions of the past three years.

The suggestion of compromise is futile. It undermines the concept of "to the winner, the spoils". It's more "to the winner, a little appeasement; to the loser, a share of the prize".

Brexit must happen. Anyone who thinks otherwise must be listening to the musings of a three year old. Probably one with deeply considered views on gender politics.

 

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