Re: A complete Climb Down.
I'm not really a political animal, maybe I might lean a little to the left, but this is all getting scary now.
Is it because Cameron was so sure the vote would go his way that there were no plans made for what happened?
Is it because the vote was so close that there are so many divisions that no one is pulling in the same direction?
Is it that the government is so divided that it cannot carry out the things we need to do to leave the EU?
Is Theresa May is a bad leader and cannot hold the government together?
Are there other forces in play who want to sabotage the UK leaving besides the EU?
I see that those who want to remain and those who want to leave are still constantly fighting. One side saying we should vote again the other that the vote was leave so that must happen to carry out the wishes of the people.
Even if we had a general election there doesn't appear to be a party in favour and another against leaving.
In the meantime there is so much uncertainty about what's actually going on and what's going to happen when we do leave.
Is it a time for political differences and petty rivalries to be put aside so that these issues can be discussed and sorted out?
The country has so many other important issues that seem to be put on the back burner while all this goes on.