Get on with the job of leaving
WITH regards to Brexit, Mr Thompson declares that “In this country anyone who enters into a contract for goods or services does so on the basis they were accurately described as fit for purpose. If not, the goods can be returned or the contract rescinded.”
The Referendum was not a two-way ‘contract’ as such. It was a one-off and final choice made by the people. Brexit was a conscious not a physical purchase and those who ‘bought’ it knew exactly what they were getting.
In a similar vein, if I place my vote for the Tories in the next election (in effect another referendum) and we end up with a Corbyn Government I’m
certain I won’t be able to have a re-vote on the result, even though I am almost 100% sure that his administration will also ‘not be fit for purpose.’ It is time for the remainers to (as in the
words of Anna Soubry) “suck it up” and let the country get on with democratically getting us out of a dictatorial, crumbling EU in the best way possible.
R LUMSDON, Bedlington