I am grateful that a group of senior Conservative MP’s has been formulating plans for Brexit.
Please allow us to keep the vestiges of honour and pride that we have and leave Brexit on 29 March.
Voting for Mrs May’s deal, which has twice been rejected by large margins, would be a violation of our democracy.
What has happened to silence John Bercow, who wanted to stop the Conservatives bullying their own MP’s?
Asking the country again in another Referendum would be to play into the hands of another Parliamentary party, Labour and a leader who dallies with people who hate us, for unspecified reasons. They came here and now they want to thwart our parliamentary democracy.
Asking for another Referendum is to violate the first result.
it is the first time in 27 years that we face a constitutional crisis. We bounced out of the ERM (Exchange Rate Mechanism) in 1992. We kept our money, were rescued by the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and did not fall apart, much to the EU’s chagrin.
We have been a major contributor to the EU’s funds. We have received subsidies in return, but we have not had a choice in receiving agricultural products. The berries are sour; the oranges are sweet. Break one deal; continue with the sweet one.
Let’s get quality back into our lives.
Let’s not pay for the move of the entire European Parliament every three weeks between Strasbourg and Brussels. What a waste of money!
Ask our young people to create a technological border between North and South Ireland. They will do it in a trice. This hard border rubbish should not put our deal at risk.
Let’s go; we’ve had enough of M. Barnier and co., with their deals that don’t suit us and let’s have our MP’s work harder than they ever have since entering office. We do pay you and that figure is raised every time there is a change of government.
We need you to hold your courage and your nerve and to keep us free of an unconstitutional deal. Keep us free.