Brexit and the public.?
I get a sense that the public just want a decision any way. If the politicians again delay the process by arguing amongst themselves and not do anything what will the public think?.
- CliveLv 71 month agoBest Answer
That's true enough - after over 3 years since we voted on it, we're all thinking "why haven't you DONE it?"
Still, tomorrow should be an interesting day as they vote on the latest deal. If they still block it, there will be terrible revenge at the next general election. Now guess why, when Boris put forward the possibility of a general election, Labour failed to vote for it. Since when would an Opposition not welcome a fight? Obviously, whatever Jeremy Corbyn says, he's frightened of Boris.
- LônLv 71 month ago
The public just want to leave.....!
- hoarsemanLv 71 month ago
The public chose the second best option in the Referendum -- and after 3 years , parliament is on course to choose the third best .
You couldn't make it up
- Anonymous1 month ago
Didn't our friends, the British, vote Brexit, because they are sick and tired of immigrants? Sounds like the same issue America is facing. Does this mean even Europe is getting fed up with Liberal BS?