NickSCFC wrote:I see this being dragged out to the point where the public no longer has an apatite for it, it's like watching a car crash in slow motion.
The problem is I don't think the government would recognise if public opinion has changed. I'm confident that a vote now would be majority remain but I don't see it happening.
Theresa May's banged the drum of "will of the people" for long enough now, and their scattergun approach (intentional or not) is showing that there's simply no workable solution without wrecking the country.
Agreed, it's just yet another way that they can avoid any actual oversight and concequence of their actions.
The more if this that happens the less faith I have in the lot of them, I can see future elections being shut turn outs because this gooseberry fool show will have shot to gooseberry fool the faith in democracy for a lot of people.
The revelations with DD are incredible. When the government decided to leave the single market and customs union they signalled a time of profound change and readjustment for the UK economy, yet apparently they have not bothered researching what impact that change might have and what measures might be needed to deal with. Even undergrads have a basic knowledge of how to address challenges: you access the problem, draw up a plan of action and then continuously reassess and adjust your plan until your goals are met. Since the government has not done any assessment, that can only mean they have no plan beyond vaguely "winging it" and some collection of patriotic sounding rhetoric. This is seriously back-of-a-fag-packet gooseberry fool.
Seriously, I don't care if you voted leave or remain, everyone should be strawberry floating furious with these morons. I cannot believe that anyone who voted leave intended for it to be managed this incompetently.