Stevo 666 wrote: TailWindHome wrote: john80 wrote:
Labour-Tory Brexit talks end without deal
This will go down in their leave constituencies well. Maybe they will lap up the bull that it is all the Tories fault we have not left the EU yet.
I'm not sure I follow your thinking.
Who's fault do you think it is we haven't left yet?
Some might say it is the inability of parliament to agree a way forward.
The PM has negotiated a deal which is leaving the EU, avoids the damage of a no deal, avoids a hard border in Ireland, includes agreement on EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in the EU, leaves the door open for either a GB FTA or UK close alignment and has the agreement of 27 other heads of state. It also ends Freedom of movement.
Achieving that and doing it in under 2 years has been an enormous achievement.
Her own party won't vote for it.
The oppositon can't be blamed if the governing party won't vote for government policy.