snapdragon wrote:We all know Corbyn's unicorns belong as much in cloud cuckoo land as the leave brigade's.
It's possible he's beginning to see that. I think Nonsense's claim comes from the fact many Labour MPs want Corbyn to support another referendum, but that's nothing new.
Tomorrow is likely to be very tense.
I shall be marching for a people's vote, but I shan't be gluing myself to a tube train. Morons.
The nonsense about a second referendum, or a 'Final Say' referendum, is just a ruse by CORBYN to avoid a general election, in which the manifesto would have to reflect Labour's treacherously dishonest position of denying the referendum result, in contravention of it's last manifesto pledge to implement the result.
In that election, CORBYN would have to explain the referendum question, the options of 'remain' or 'leave', for which those questions were answered in 2016 & that was the Final Say by the public on the issue.
Labour know that, were they to include a second referendum in the next election manifesto, they would be slaughtered in the election, a just 'reward' for their treachery.
If CORBYN thinks the Labour Party will win an election, based on a repeat set of questions already answered, then he is completely off his trolley.
One of Saturday's options in parliament, is for a 'Final Say' on the deal, that is more nonsense, the voters had their say, by instructing the two willing main parties to implement the result, that doesn't require a repeat or second referendum.
Labour supports it, because, if the questions include a no to the deal, then they can say that we ought to have another referendum, well no, it doesn't follow, because the W.A 'deal' is a separate question to the referendum options of 'leave' or 'remain' which have been answered already.
As I say, CORBYN & Co, are as dishonest as the day is long, they do not want us to leave, they also will not honour their pledge to implement the referendum result.
The sooner the election is called the better, because, for Labour, not only are they continually digging in the hole that they created for themselves, they are now engaged in employing a fleet of JCB's to do the job for them.
As for an extension, the French President,, MACRON, has declared his opposition to any further extension should it not get passed by parliament.
On a side not: Whenever I turn on the television news channel, the presenters reporting on the topic of europe across the road from parliament, are constantly subjected to the vocal interruptions of a sub-species of homo sapiens, obviously of the CORBYN variety.