Let down by behaviour in Parliament
It seems clear now the
House of Commons is almost unwilling or unable to deliver on any form of the referendum mandate given them in 2016, so we need an alternative.
For the majority of our democratically elected representatives their views and opinions are now so entrenched it is virtually impossible for them to change direction without losing face. It has been clear for some time that many within the House of Commons pay little, if any, heed to the referendum result and are now using this most crucial of national issues for their own personal and/or political ends.
So, as it was us the population at large who started this whole sorry mess, let us be the ones to bring it to an end once and for all by taking the decision away from these divisive politicians and having a simple Referendum vote on Mrs May’s deal.
It will consist of two choices the deal or no deal.
We have become used to our elected representatives letting us down over the years.
Now they have gone too. far resulting in many of us having little if any confidence left in them and, more worryingly, the system of Parliamentary debates, as the related behaviour of our MPs does make you wonder if ‘the House’ is actually fit for purpose.
Buckland Avenue, Dover