Brexit : Deal Or No Deal?
Whether you voted leave or remain, or have changed your mind since, you are not going to be happy that Parliament is in deadlock, with almost all politicians in a agreement that a no deal Brexit is to be avoided at all costs, whilst failing to agree on anything else.
The issue with Mrs May’s deal is that we end up paying £billions to the EU with a worse outcome than if we stay in.
Mrs May said “A bad deal is worse than a no deal”. Many people will think this is indeed a bad deal.
So, whatever your view, if Parliament cannot agree on a deal, the only options left are a General Election or a People’s Vote on the terms being offered.
I invite anyone disagreeing with the above to explain how else the matter will be resolved.
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It was a most remarkable day at Hampshire County Council today. As Leader of the Liberal Democrat Opposition group, I led the charge against the proposed closure of the Orchard Close Care Home, in Hayling Island.