Thursday, January 17, 2019


On June 23, 2016 the British people voted to Brexit. Britain joined the European Economic Community (the Common Market) as the EU was known then, in 1973. PM Theresa May (a Remainer) miscalculating a snap election that cost her the majority in Parliament, formed a Government with the support of the DUP and proceeded to negotiate exit conditions with the petty, spiteful eurocrats in Brussels. 

UPDATE: As predicted PM Theresa May survived a second no confidence vote. May says she will hold talks with MPs across Parliament to find a consensus on Brexit. She reiterated that the UK will leave the European Union but had “constructive meetings” with Remainer MPs in the LibDems, SNP and Plaid Cymru. All of who are against Brexit completely. She said they must “come together” and “all work constructively to set out what Parliament does want”. But this is a Remainer Parliament in a pro-Brexit Britain. The country expects Brexit to be delivered, not be watered down and killed off by hardline Remainers. No Deal is still better than a bad deal. An overwhelming majority of MPs are intent on diluting Brexit so much that it is unrecognisable to what we voted for. Such a deal does not exist! (Source)