We need to stay it would be terrible for the country if Brexit came to pass. Staying in the EU is the best option for all. Plus, what I don't understand is, why weren't 16 & 17 year olds allowed to vote in it because I am not being funny but it is their future that it has an impact on. Why did the older generation get a say when they aren't going to be around for much longer. I genuinely hope that the MP'S vote against it and then hopefully she will leave and we will get a new Prime Minister because she is failing and dragging the country down with her.
I genuinely don't know what's going to happen after today's vote fails, besides Theresa May's plan B just being plan A printed in a slightly different font. I would hope that she doesn't drive us off a cliff edge by pressing on with no-deal and instead offer the second referendum, but considering the damage this is going to do with the few remaining tatters of her legacy I wouldn't be surprised if she simply stops caring and takes us all down with her.
I don't want it to seem like I am having a rant but my view is simple:
Brexit is a fraud, a deception that will hurt most of the people it promised to help. Brexit was a campaign won on false promises and lies. Vote Leave and Leave EU both broke the law and by now every single campaign promise made in 2016 has become unstuck. Brexit will not enrich our NHS – it will impoverish it. Brexit was based upon lies. Why is it the people who campaigned so hard to leave have now gone silent with their political careers? Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson… All the money they promised to the NHS will be paid to LEAVE the EU. If we really wanted this money to stay in the NHS we would have held our ground and stayed in the EU, not left. We should be blaming Westminster for our mistakes. Not Brussels.
Based on the promises made in the 2016 campaign, I can see why people would have wanted to vote leave, and had all of those promises been fulfilled then leaving the EU would have been justified, but what faces us is not the Brexit people voted for. A people's vote is in my opinion, the best way forward.
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Hoping for a General Election. Nice change of pace from Brexit and Labour could gain a few more seats if they play their cards right.
- a massive defeat for May in the government, swiftly followed by mays resignation:
-a stitch up conservative leadership election where they put in someone terrible like Gove or Hunt,
-call another general election where both parties tank votes to Ukip but where Corbyn wins a small majority
- Corbyn popular economic polices get sidelined for various reasons
-ineffective/ terrible social policies at home create rising resentment on top of other scandals
- yet another general election, UKIP becomes the king maker
- Tories enter into coalition with either labour or UKIP