A no deal Brexit would be a betrayal of what people voted for because in the 2016 election a promise was made to the preponderance of people who voted for Brexit, and they were voting for a more prosperous future, but not leaving now would be regarded as a betrayal of that referendum decision.
However, leaving without a deal would threaten our future prosperity, and would equally represent a betrayal of the promises that were made, but Theresa May has repeatedly declined to rule out a no deal Brexit despite warnings from industry about the harm it would do to the economy.
Airbus delivered one of the stiffest business warnings to date, branding the government’s handling of the EU departure a scandal and said the company could pull out of the UK if Brexit undermines its capacity to compete, and the UK’s multibillion-pound aerospace sector is standing at a cliff.
Brexit is threatening to slaughter a century of development based on education, research and human capital, and if there’s a no-deal Brexit, Airbus will have to make possibly really harmful decisions for the UK, and Jeremy Corbyn has declined to meet the Prime Minister unless she rules out a no deal.
The best course of action is a negotiated agreement, but after the Prime Minister’s deal yielded a humiliating disappointment in the House of Commons Theresa May has grappled to come up with an alternative that MPs will support and that doesn’t cross her red lines.
The only sustainable solution is a negotiated agreement with the EU if we are to leave the European Union in a way that preserves our economy in order to allow us to achieve that future prosperity that voters were promised.
And if the Prime Minister fails to heed warnings and proceeds to refuse to take a no deal off the table then there’s no other alternative, she must quit.
A no-deal departure would be disloyalty to the people of the United Kingdom, but from the Prime Minister’s viewpoint, what’s important is delivering on the vote of the British people and leaving the EU with a deal or no deal, it’s essentially like a game show.
Maybe it’s time to close down parliament and start again, after all, politicians that are sitting in the House of Commons are nothing more than a misuse of public money, and then there are the lies and dishonesty that we see every single day in the House of Commons and it’s an absolute scandal.
And it’s no surprise that people have no respect for them because respect has to be earned, and what they’re doing is the biggest betrayal of the British voters in the countries history. Maybe it’s time for them to reflect on their actions and take a hard look at what’s happening right across the European bloc because politicians don’t appear to want to listen to the people.
Maybe they want civil unrest, who knows, but when the crap hits the fan, and it looks like it will, particularly with the army being put on standby, all we should hope is that they don’t revert to physical brutality against the people of this country because this will not be accepted by the British people.