I was listening to the lunchtime news today. It featured an interview with a senior Conservative MP saying things like “This is a failing Parliament”, “We cannot go on like this” and “If we lose the vote tonight, we must call a General Election”.
I suppose it might explain why the local Conservative party recently decided to re-select Dr Julian Lewis for the next General Election. It might come a lot sooner than people think…
However, will another referendum or a General Election really change anything?
Has anybody decided to vote differently from the last time around?
I detect the biggest shift as being voters turned off and deciding “A curse on all your houses” and maybe not going to vote at all.
I hope this is wrong, especially as we approach local elections on May 2nd.
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It’s interesting to hear Nigel Farage express the view that Brexit is so important that if it breaks up the United Kingdom it will be worth it.