UK: BREXIT Delayed, ‘It wasn’t me’; British Prime Minister Theresa May protests

But in its official response to the petition, the Department for Exiting the EU said: ‘It remains the Government’s firm policy not to revoke Article 50’ (Picture: EPA)
But in its official response to the petition, the Department for Exiting the EU said: ‘It remains the Government’s firm policy not to revoke Article 50’ (Picture: EPA)

Theresa May has said she could still hold a third vote on her withdrawal deal this week if she wanted to

CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|At a summit last week the EU agreed to delay Britain’s exit from the bloc from the previously scheduled date of March 29 until April 12 — or May 22, they assumed the UK prime minister would have finally won House of Commons vote for her Brexit deal – third time attempt; no ‘twice beaten twice shy’. Apparently, and unfortunately, there was no appetite for the third vote, this time May demurred because of short of numbers.

Actually, it would have been this ‘HOZA Friday’ – 29 March 2019 when Britain would have safely landed in BREXITland via autopilot.

It is not Theresa May’s fault. Not her fault. Maybe. Remember, we’ve had some stinkers for Prime Ministers in the past, but Mrs May isn’t rank and file, not one of them.

The honourable lady has seen a fair share of political adversity thanks to ‘Frankenstein Monster’ of Brexit – in its perpetual morphosis; swapping the European Union for a seat on Air Oblivion. It is jarring.

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I’m not Tory but from word go I have rooted for the PM to succeed; there is this niggling need to reward her with a benefit of a doubt but events in Commons in the last couple days don’t accommodate that.

Don’t ignore the facts, especially the ugly ones. But do understand it’s your game. You get to write the rules ~~~ SONIA SIMONE

Time and effort have been squandered by political bickering; and the PM’s fretful frequent numerous trips to Brussels in a space of no time at all; quite unusual travel behaviour for a politician anyways – especially the leader of a country. The trips meant to reassure the British public that Brexit project is in progress and well, but ended up achieving the opposite. Frustration instead; despite the effort. There is dead inertia.

And Alas! Brexit is delayed.


“Brexit is like giving up a three-course meal… for the promise of a packet of crisps in the future.”

But the Prime Minister strikes me as someone who knows something that the eighty-plus million Britons, lawmakers included cannot put a finger on except that it is in the neighbourhood of existential pickles. The problem is she cannot say what it is; cannot explain or describe it.

That’s the only problem.

I don’t see Theresa May as a schemer or anything; she is just trying to do what is right in her mind in the face of pollitical ignorance and naivete.

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