Squinty wrote:All this talk about undermining our negotiations stance. This government has managed to do that at every turn with their infighting. It achieved this on its own.
But they bare only fighting because the REMOANERS don't just accept that democracy has spoken! If they just accepted that the majority want rid of the EU they would just get on with leaving and it would take a day!
We should just walk away, they need us more than we need them. Will of the people, freedom, arise Sir Nigel, Rees-Mogg would sort it out!
So the Grieve amendment would kick it into the long grass (normaly Brexitters favourite thing) - but the government has rejected. May's line is "Stop undermining the negotiations where we spend 3 months arguing over which proposal the EU have already rejected to posh for" The Brexitters are screaming and threatening THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE Corbyn's back to "we can't possibly back anything that allows freedom and movement, we need our own caked based unicorn" as his rabid fan base fap away.