Emergency Brexit parliamentary Debates because we didn’t realize that it has been over two and a half years since the referendum. Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? – CRIMSON TAZVINZWA
Not even MPs on stupidity steroids can hope to get near to the prime minister during her descent into incoherence – John Crace
By Crimson Tazvinzwa, https://aiwa.press/
Not only Tony Blair but also the former Tory Prime Minister David Cameroon were sensible enough to not pilot the Brexit plane they had no prior knowledge of or believe in; it seems they appreciated the magnitude and monstrosity of project Brexit and decided to go noncommittal – declining responsibility hence jumped the doomed careering ship.
The sprint to the bottom is now parliament’s blue riband event. But in a highly competitive field, Theresa May is still streets ahead of the opposition. She is the Usain Bolt of failure, someone who in her prime not even MPs on stupidity steroids can hope to get near to. Even so, the Leader in Name Only’s descent into incoherence must surely now be reaching terminal velocity. Peak Lino. – John Crace
At least the two respectable gentlemen from opposing sides of the House were sincere yet pragmatic; such as required under these circumstances – publicly acknowledging their inadequacies for the task – letting the British people know they ‘had no ability, energy, enthusiasm, motivation, interest, desire, need nor capacity to confidently lead the process of ‘EXITING’ the European Union to its bespoke ‘doom and gloom’ destination.
Emergency Brexit parliamentary Debates because we didn’t realize that it has been over two and a half years since the referendum. Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun?
But listen now! Prime Minister Theresa May; with the zeal of a run-away horse and unqualified determination entered the Brexit control room with a thundering tag and byline “Brexit means Brexit”, quickly unqualified by a discorded tune ‘No deal is better than a bad deal’ in the same breathe.
Bizarrely, the lyrics struck a code for a while except that the Prime Minister did exactly what she was not supposed to do; accepting responsibility for a project she does not believe in in the first place. Final and Fatal mistake’ number one.
What could I have done if I were in that unenviable position?
Number #1 and only approach: Be aware the referendum outcome wasn’t drawn along party lines; apolitical it always has to be. Just as much as referenda are. No one politician under these circumstances needed