‘MPS should go for child­ish be­hav­iour’

The Sentinel - - LETTERS - BRIAN CRAW­FORD-BALL BUCK­NALL

I HAVE to say what I am see­ing hap­pen­ing in Par­lia­ment is ab­so­lutely dis­gust­ing and child­ish.

It is ob­vi­ous that they have a to­tal dis­re­gard for the Ref­er­en­dum re­sult.

When Tim Martin came to Han­ley Wether­spoons, I made two points clear.

1. If Brexit isn’t ac­tioned on March 29 at 11pm, or a sec­ond Ref­er­en­dum is taken, democ­racy is dead.

2. When the Ref­er­en­dum was taken, why did they do it by the num­ber of peo­ple and NOT by con­stituency?

I will tell you why. They wanted to show the coun­try was di­vided. It was their plan.

As ev­ery elec­tion is shown by con­stituency, this one should have been as well.

Had the re­sults been shown by con­stituency, it would have been ab­so­lutely clear that the coun­try voted 2:1 to leave.

With the anar­chy and child­ish be­hav­iour in Par­lia­ment now, they should all go. They have a to­tal dis­re­gard for the vote of the peo­ple, which is democ­racy.

The Queen should dis­solve Par­lia­ment and lead her­self. The civil ser­vice will still run as nor­mal.

TALK: Tim Martin at The Regi­nald Mitchell in Han­ley.

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