A good post
Yes Mrs may has worked hard for this deal but this deal maybe the wrong deal,
Just maybe half of this mess wouldn't be if it was a better deal. Can see why opposition would not like it
But most of her own very party against it this deal just can't be that good, and it's mostly remainers that like the deal
You are right all of conservative party should have got behind her from start, weboth kknow it's not just rebels that have selfish agenda.
Why did Mrs may leave it to last minute to pull out of vote, especially when so obvious she lose vote five days before.
Goes to see all leaders even though they all said that they wouldn't budge on deal.
What exactly is she up to?
This mess we are in is because of all politicians but Mrs may has made her mistakes too as she is far from perfect like some like to make out
Yes she has hardest job on planet
But she has history of making mistakes all way through home secretary post and even as pm
So some parts of this deal could well be abig mmistake
The 27 other countries accepted to easy for me.
I completely agree that it is probably not completely right, but that was ALWAYS going to be the case. Negotiation was NEVER going to be easy, but when you've got people of ALL parties threatening to undermine the ONLY deal that is on offer that is what is unbelievable to me. These people are the ones that are going to end us with a NO DEAL.
There is a remarkable report on the BBC website this evening covering the PM's meeting with her Japanese counterpart. The Japanese PM has said the whole world wants to avoid a NO DEAL. A bright spark Labour MP Martin Whitfield who wants another referendum says how humiliating for Mrs May. The whole world can see the folly of a no deal why can't she? He wants another referendum.
The point IS that HE can't see is that she does not want a no deal hence why she is trying to get THE ONLY DEAL on the table through.
I voted remain, but think the calling of a referendum is a disgusting betrayal of democracy for those who voted leave. Even if we did have another and it ended up with remain, do you honestly think that the original leave voters will just accept that. There is NOT going to be any agreement that makes everyone happy, so its about time they accepted that and agreed what is the best option from those available, that respects the will of the referendum.
A lot of the same MP's and political people currently calling for a referendum are the same that said the Scottish people had spoken at the referendum, and that was the will of the people and must be followed...…….a bit of hypocrisy going on methinks.
I am a fan of Theresa May but I recognise she has made mistakes and even heard her say so especially regarding the calling of the last election. However it's a bit thick to listen to criticism from others like Jeremy Corbyn and Jacob Rees Mogg, Boris Johnson ( who are all entitled to their opinion, but fail to offer any alternatives, and in Labours case fail to acknowledge the EU's stance that this is the ONLY deal on the table, and there will be no renegotiation,,,,,,,,,,Great PM he would make, he either doesn't listen or does not understand!!
I feel so strongly that if there was another referendum I would now vote LEAVE because democratically that is what was voted. You cannot keep asking the same questions until you get the answer you want to hear"