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Comment posted on 26 April 2019
Both the Conservative and the Labour Party in the UK are determined not to return to the people i.e. the electorate for a final decision on EU membership. If the process of Brexit has revealed anything at all, it is that elected members of Parliament have failed miserably to carry out the democratic process. Put another way, it has revealed that democracy does not work in the UK and probably in every country. All politicians need is a vote and then they proceed to do whatever they want as circumscribed by law.
Comment posted on 15 December 2018
I would agree with Tom Inniss. The pity of it is that it could all have been avoided. The Conservative Government were not honest with the Electorate prior to the referendum and they are not being honest with the people of this country now. The Opposition is almost non-existent and has been in much the same situation during years of Tory blundering and austerity. In all the mistakes and errors made, Labour have not been able to lay a finger on the conservatives. It's almost as if we have not one but two conservative parties, one claiming the rights of government, yet both trying to adopt the same middle ground among voters. Is there a way forward? It seems most unlikely. At one time, Britain was called 'great'. It is on its way toward becoming the dustbin of Europe! Many many problems, no political solutions, no alternative parties, an electorate with no confidence in politics or politicians at home or abroad.
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