Perhaps Mrs May had a plan all along
YOU remember the 2016 EU Referendum, when everyone assured us that no politicians wanted the UK to fall off the economic cliff of Hard Brexit? And
slowly you came to recognise that that was exactly what some MPs, Boris and Jacob, wanted, eager to jump, in order to set up Britain as their offshore banking version of Singapore.
Political commentators could make no sense of Mrs May’s EU policy. How could she be so idiotically stubborn to ignore all the facts, clinging to a hopeless document with little support, knowing it must be rejected?
But perhaps that has been her strategy all along, pretending to advance a policy which she had designed to be rejected by majority opposition, especially in order to compel Britain to accept her only alternative, Singapore, as a devious means to achieve that, which had always been her true goal, since the same result could never have been reached with that tiny minority of votes. That would explain the known facts.
Mrs May has achieved by subterfuge what Boris and Jacob could never have done by waving the Union Jack.
Sham Castle overlooking Bath, captured byDavid Hargrave