Having been trounced and humiliated one would think that a bit less pig-headedness would not go amiss.
The only reason she is still there is because there is no credible leader in the wings, nobody who could hold the Tories together. They are tottering and on the verge of falling apart.
Yet obstinate May will press on arrogantly pushing her own agenda.
Any sign of humility? No.
For someone who has just suffered the biggest defeat in Britain’s long political history it is almost beyond belief that she remains. She has no credibility left. She can’t control parliament and has lost control of her own party. If she had any honour she’d go.
Not only that but she lies through her teeth. She’s doing it for the good of the country. Bollocks. It has always, right from the start, been about her hanging on to power and the Tory Party. It has never been about the country. Liar Liar Liar!!
So now we are left with three choices:
- She invites Jeremy Corbyn and other leaders to join together to hammer out a deal which will be a form of Brexit that would both get through Parliament and be acceptable to the EU. That would probable be remaining in the Single Market and Customs Union.
2. She accepts that parliament cannot make a decision and puts it back to the people to decide.
3. She stubbornly hangs on to her stupid red lines and we end up crashing out and doing great harm to the country.
Is she going to put the country first?
I’m sick to death of the silly woman telling us what the country voted for. How the hell, in a binary vote and such a narrow margin, can anyone tell what people voted for? Some voted for one thing and some another.
If one takes any one of the issues – single market, customs union, sovereignty, freedom of movement, whatever, I would suggest that none of them had a majority of the public. To suggest otherwise is pig-headed, blinkered and outrageous. Everyone had their own reasons.
For the good of the country do what is right!