NEXT PRIME MINISTER SHOULD BE A BREXITER
ANYONE supporting Theresa May for PM has clearly failed to realise that Messrs Cameron and Corbyn respective predicaments have resulted from their dishonesty and lies catching up with them.
If faith and confidence is to be retained in UK democracy and our clear instruction to Parliament not ignored, we voters must see the Brexit Referendum result clearly and unequivocally actioned. In the interests of maximising long-term good international relations we need to first try the amicable route, and thus, the new PM’s first task must be to fire-off the Article 50 letter to the EU.
Such letter must include the warning that if negotiations don’t appear adequately constructive, Brexit will immediately be unilaterally enacted via an Act – instantly stopping any further financial contributions @ £35M net per day (HoC April 2016 Briefing) and restoring Parliamentary Sovereignty. Any procrastination in submitting the Article 50 letter will potentially be seen as negotiating weakness, and fudging – i.e. defying - the democratically expressed will of voters, particularly if the PM is not a Brexiter.
Given PM Cameron believes in Remain, he would have been making himself a hypocrite by enacting something in which he doesn’t believe. Thus by resigning, PM Cameron has deemed that his successor, unlike Theresa May, should indeed be a Brexeter supporter.
With her proposed procrastination, even in the teeth of prominent EU politicians having declared no negotiation prior to receipt of the UK’s Article 50 letter, Theresa “re-May-n” has already shown her heart is not in Brexit. What will be gained from the present instability of changing one remain PM only to install another remainer willing to be a hypocrite?
For the sake of our country, I hope MPs and Conservative Party voters will as a matter of principle and personal integrity vote for a Brexeter.