Actually, there was a referendum in 1975 to join the EEC and it was made clear that it was more than just a trade organisation, so this argument that ‘they just want to keep having referendums until they get the result they want’ can be applied to leave supporters with equal, if not stronger, force.
Well, Ms Griffiths doesn’t seem to know her stuff when it comes to supporting disabled people, and I say this as a Labour voter.
I was shocked to see her in the Leader supporting Tory welfare reforms – the Work and Health Programme Wales and a Tory-appointed private company, Maximus, even though the United Nations have found that they are responsible for grave and systemic abuses of disabled people’s human rights.
So this news doesn’t surprise me; quite some disappointment.
‘Leave means leave’ is like walking out of your marriage without a divorce settlement with details of property and money allocation and custody arrangements. Wanting and demanding it be that simple doesn’t mean it’s possible. The Tories put the leave option to the electorate without thinking about how they were going to do it.
The EU is umbrella to about 750 trade agreements. Departing without making alternative arrangements isn’t possible.
How? By voting against May’s clown car crash of a deal?
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