Cry for Peo­ple’s Vote is a non­sense

Western Morning News - - Letters -

While I have some mis­giv­ing in re­spect of the PM’s pro­pos­als, I do think that it would be an act of gross stu­pid­ity for our rep­re­sen­ta­tives in Par­lia­ment to vote down this pro­posal.

Michel Barnier was in­tran­si­gent from the out­set and who bet­ter than David Davis to re­alise this. The un­der­ly­ing ap­proach of the EU ne­go­tia­tors was to bring down and de­stroy this United King­dom.

I am tired of the con­tin­ual di­a­tribe of those who thought that as I voted to leave the EU I am ESN – I am not. In part I voted to rec­tify a huge mis­take I make when I was given the chance to vote to en­ter the Com­mon Mar­ket which proved to be to this Coun­try’s detri­ment.

What are the al­ter­na­tives prof­fered by the op­pos­ing sides – I have read a lot of opin­ions from all po­lit­i­cal spec­trums. I see none and there are none.

I have noth­ing but con­tempt for those who sup­port this re­main cam­paign who favour to over­turn the demo­cratic vote at the ref­er­en­dum. The cry for a peo­ple’s vote is a non­sense as we had a peo­ple’s vote in 2016.

The Prime Min­is­ter, vot­ing to re­main and rep­re­sent­ing a Con­stituency which also voted to re­main, should be backed to the hilt and I have a great deal of re­spect for her for the ac­tion she has taken.

I am send­ing a copy to my MP who I hope will cam­paign to en­gen­der a sat­is­fac­tory vote and I wish I could in­flu­ence those vot­ers of other po­lit­i­cal per­sua­sions who voted to leave the EU to in­struct their rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Par­lia­ment to re­spect their view rather than the po­lit­i­cal am­bi­tions of all quar­ters.

John Earn­shaw

Torquay

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