Well, basically, the British people took a democratic vote in June 2016 the result being 52% opted to leave the European Union. The Government had undertaken to deliver the decision of the British people but the result was a surprise because 75% of the MPs in Parliament were in favour of remaining in the EU.
The first huge mistake (for the “Leave” voters) was to appoint a Pro-EU supporter to be Prime Minister – perhaps, though, all part of the big plan by Parliament to frustrate the decision of the People.
Now after 3 years of negotiation, we are at stalemate with an inept Prime Minister, useless Government Ministers and a pitifully incompetent opposition and a Parliament who think they know best and want to hijack the whole BREXIT deal.
Those who call for a delay in BREXIT, want to have another family splitting referendum because they believe enough “Leave” voters will have died since the last vote so they may win this second vote. What then? The best of three?
Its a mess.
Prefers not to be spurned by my children for a second time…..
Lets Tour England !