Thursday, 17 January 2019

May's version of Brexit

It reminds me of Wind in the Willows
Can someone tell me precisely where the shortcomings are in May's draft treaty? I hear a lot of MPs saying they exist, but give no supporting evidence.
     Granted, the small print was drafted by the ultimate arch Remainer, Oliver Robbins. Granted, May listens to all who she encourages to consult her, but then she seems to ignore them, anyway.
     Her vacillations are public knowledge. There is no telling what concessions will be made to appease those who are hostile to Brexit and the ultimate bargaining tool of No Deal. Without this hanging over the EU's head, what chance do the dunces who oppose it think we will have, by way of leverage? If it happens, it will be because of EU intransigence, not that of the UK.
     I see nowt wrong with abiding by WTO rules. The squabbling MPs who oppose it must be the worst negotiators imaginable.
     I fear that our PM lacks the commitment to truly do what is best for the UK.
Come the next election, I sincerely hope the electorate will vote to clear out the weasels and stoats that represent us in both houses.

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