Leaving is not a game
Once again we are seeing Europe for what it is – an organisation that needs reform and needs it now.
I voted to come out of the European Union as I felt that the organisation was broken and the posturing on both sides has not changed my mind one bit.
You listen to the main players of the European Union and their stance is to punish us for having the courage to want to leave the European Union.
Every avenue we go up is met with veiled threats.
It does not help that the Conservative Party is at war with itself, although the same can be said of the Labour Party.
As a Labour member, I ask myself the question: Where does our leader stand? He says along with Keith Starmer, the Labour Brexit spokesman, and the need to stay in the Customs Union after we leave – well we are already in the Customs Union,
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour wants to be in the European Single Market – we are already in the single market and both come with the free movement of people.
Brexit is not a game. Nobody knows the end result.
David Cameron gave us the vote something Tony Blair promised but failed to deliver.
We need a sign from those at Westminster, if not a second referendum must stay on the table but we must be aware of the sharks in Europe circling to do us as a country harm.