You can’t even decide what you want out of Brexit. There’s no clue on what happens after Brexit.
And you can’t even agree on the Europe we are meant to be dealing with. Either it’s the Europe so demanding, anything we put to them gets immediately dismissed.
Ergo, bringing the deal back to parliament is a waste of time. They’ll not change anything when we go back if parliament decides they don’t like it.
Or, it’s on its knees and ready to offer us almost anything in the negotiations to keep us giving them money. And buy their cars and proseco
So far they’ve said no to most of our demands and we’re still giving them money.
This has to be the stupidest method of negotiating anything ever seen. In the history of negotiating.
‘The row of the summer’. Davis D. Or from the DFDS Liam Fox ‘the easiest trade deal in history’
You still think that. It’s as simple as I can make it. And I typed real slow
Absolutely; the legal briefing that I went to was quite clear. About revocation of Article 50, there is no unaninous view though, hence the opinion expressed in your link. Ultimately, it had not been tested in the courts
But, from one perspective a Remainer is a loon, whilst from another, a Leaver is a loon. Fringes exist on both sides of the argument.
It is just a pity that some are granted more weight than others by both sides of the media. I wish that there was an unbiased arena where all this could be debated in order to allow the populace to be informed as to the short and long term trade and economic ramifications.