Conservative Party backbencher Andrea Jenkyns called on for the Prime Minister to be replaced, saying “Theresa May’s premiership is over”. … However, a poll of 505 Conservative councillors found that a majority wanted MPs to back the prime minister, despite the fact that more were against the deal than for it…AIWA! NO!
CRIMSON TAZVINZWA//’Brexit!’ – if it were a foolishly memorised moment/event of utter stupidity bordering on lunacy, it would be this one for me to be fair; it’s not ‘how high you can jump’/ except something else just as ordinary as it can be; thinking about it, even amoeba brains can easily cope with – given their capacity.
The story. Years ago when I was little – little over eleven; while my uncle Andrew and I were tending our grandfather’s cattle; he came up with a little quiz, a puzzle which he still tags genius to this day.
“Surely you cannot stand with your feet on the ground while hands in the air?” He queried me. Of course, as he said this, he points his head on the dirt bobbing … A prompt. A challenge?
“What? I exclaimed.
Do you see? I consider myself physically fit while nimble; agile and flexible, and have bespoke yoga routines at my place. And this little challenge was just but a spring walk in the park.
To demonstrate the feat I went with my hands ‘tot-like’ straight aimed for the ground with my legs shooting gracelessly into the air.
Seeing this Andrew broke into a guffaw; uncontrollable feats of laughter and shouting;
“I said you cannot stand on your feet not hands. You ‘doughnut’!
We all then laughed at my expense.
Farewell to the worst prime minister bar none – until the next one –
The moral of the little sorry story …
US President Donald Trump asked Prime Minister May if she were confident and capable of negotiating a good deal for the United Kingdom; the president even went as far as offering some assist … reports say – Trump confirmed she declined the American leader at his offer; claiming outlandishly the process was in solid, good hands.’
In a scathing assessment thereafter, the US President said the Brexit process “should have gone smoothly” and that he hates to see Britain being “ripped apart”, as attempts by MPs to break the impasse ahead of the 29 March resulted in rescheduling/delay Article 50 of The Lisbon Treaty.
“I’m surprised at how badly it’s all gone from the standpoint of a negotiation, but I gave the Prime Minister my ideas on how to negotiate it and I think you would have been successful,” he told reporters during a White House press conference.
“[Theresa May] didn’t listen to that and that’s fine, I mean she’s got to do what she’s got to do, but I think it could have been negotiated in a different manner frankly.”
President Trump added that he did not believe a second referendum on whether to leave or remain in the EU was “possible” and that it would leave those who voted for Brexit in 2016 aggrieved.
“I hate to see everything being ripped apart right now,” he added.
“I don’t think another vote would be possible because it would be very unfair to the people that won. They’d say ‘what do you mean you’re going to take another vote?’, so that would be tough.
“But I thought [Brexit] would happen, it did happen and both sides are very, very cemented in so it’s a tough situation, it’s a shame, frankly it’s a shame.
“There was no reason for that to happen, they could have had the vote and it should have gone smoothly, unfortunately it didn’t.”
The commander-in-chief went on to suggest that an extension to Article 50 (already happened) was likely, adding: “Well I think they’re going to have to do something.
“Because right now they are in the midst of a very short period of time, the end of the month and they’re not going to be able to do that”.
Apparently, Trump was right all along; which tempts me to ask him if he thinks the ‘real deal’ happens during Prime Minister Theresa May’s Premiership tenure.