Turntable wrote:Deuteronomy wrote:thekungfury wrote:Deuteronomy wrote:We need a proposal on the table to take to a parliamentary vote, that way MP's (assuming the deal is shit) can legitimately vote it down without creating a constitutional crisis.
You need to stop clinging onto this possibility because it will never, ever happen.
I know, but I still can't accept that this country has voted for Brexit.
It's like some satirical comedy where all the players are caricatures of themselves.
Same here. Reading today that the economy has contracted since brexit making official recession increasingly likely (inevitable), it seems unreal to me that the Government doesn't say "Right, now you know for a FACT that all the Brexit promises were lies, and that all these views from so-called experts were actually reliable, have a chance to re-vote on the truth.
Or to look at it another way: Say hypothetically that 3/4 the country no longer wanted brexit, the government didn't want brexit and the world didn't want brexit, it seems like insanity that we don't reverse it.
You're like forlorn teenagers pining over an ex that dumped you. You're not going to get her back boys. Nigel is balls deep in Shirley now, stop beating yourself up over it. We're not getting another vote. Parliament will not overturn the decision. We will exit the EU. It's embarrassing watching you crying. Get to the next stage of grief for the sake of us all.