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Old 23rd May 2019, 08:31
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Exrigger
 
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Originally Posted by Sallyann1234 View Post
However much one might criticise May, and you won't find me at the back of the queue, the fact is that whoever was in that position would still be trapped between the two irreconcilable wings of the Tory party.
Taking over from Cameron was what I believe is called a hospital pass.
Sallyanne, I am not convinced that would be the case, it is May’s approach to Brexit that has got the Westminster lot in the state they are in now, a different approach from the beginning might have had a different outcome, however, I do accept that whoever takes over from May will not be able to change the parlous state that Westminster is now in.

I reckon the only way to break them out of the deadlock that they have caused themselves, is by one of two drastic measures:

1. Revoke Article 50.
2. Leave by default.

I would hazard a guess that the outcry if option 2 was taken would be the greatest.
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