We should all want Article 50 to be subject to Parliament’s will   Leave a comment

Say Yes 2 Europe - Remain in the EU

Leave voters didn’t vote for Brexit to make this place irrelevant.

September has ended, ladies and gentleman, and much has changed since the 23rd of June. Theresa May is Prime Minister, Article 50 is scheduled to be triggered by the end of March 2017 and the economy is bouncing about all over the place. Some things, however, have not changed, we don’t know what Brexit means, we don’t know what it will do and we don’t have a clue what we will do afterwards.

52% of those who voted in the referendum voted for Brexit, but what does that mean? Was that a Soft Brexit or a Hard one? What did those voters want from Brexit? Does one assume that they wanted a better deal than they had before. What if the best deal is to stay and reform?

As things stand we don’t know what we have, we don’t know what…

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Posted October 6, 2016 by TeamBritanniaHu in Uncategorized

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