snapdragon wrote:The decision would be either put the deal to the people, or to hold a GE first.
The problem with holding a GE first is that it could very well result in a Tory government, who support the deal.
It's too dangerous, in my opinion.
The deal doesn't need to be passed to hold a confirmatory referendum on whether to pass it or leave.
Let the people decide. Don't just pass the bloody thing.
edit: May's deal is dead in the water. This is a new, much worse deal.
So, you don't want an election before another referendum, because the Tories might win & therefore implement the deal.
Just 'bank' that for a moment, because CORBYN also wants another referendum,also a 'confirmatory'(yeah! right-who does he think he's kidding?)with the 'option' to Remain, in other words, he wants to overturn the 2016 referendum result, without fighting an election on the issue, for he knows(take your comment out of the 'bank') that he would lose that election & which he doesn't have a hope of winning anyway.
By that determination to frustrate Brexit to his own ends, he is more than willing to to disenfranchise the 17.4 million people who voted 'Leave' & the lying 'democrat', has the gall to call Labour, a 'democratic' organisation, he is simply unbelievable in every imaginable way.