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General Election, late 2018, early 2019

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General Election, late 2018, early 2019

Perhaps the best resolution to the apparent poor handling of Brexit negotiations by TM would be a General Election.

 

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Re: General Election, late 2018, early 2019

That would be Political suicide on a grand scale....

 

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Re: General Election, late 2018, early 2019

I don't care what party is in power, I don't see it is an easy solution for anyone to sort out - time they came together and decided what really is best for the Country and stop political wrangling simply because they are on opposite sides.

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Re: General Election, late 2018, early 2019

The far best solution is just to get on with it.

The vote has been cast so enough of the shilly shallying.

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Re: General Election, late 2018, early 2019

If it was that easy, they would have. The problem is that what was promised is impossible to deliver. remember "easiest deal ever" "I don't need to know much"  "no downside ... only a considerable upside" and now they're panicking because all their chickens are coming home to roost, so instead of admitting they got it wrong, they're doubling down. Now they're even more scared, because they can see the tide of opinion changing, as people realise just what a mess it's going to be.   As for Rees-Mogg and co. they're just desperate  to get out of the EU, so that the new taxation directive won't catch up with them.