I'm affraid yo're not the one who decides who decides.I could give you a list of who to decide. I would be top of it. And the Queen would be pretty high up!
Brexiteer politiicians buggered it up too, I just can't watch BoJo  claiming on TV barely 2 months before the departure that we can ditch the current deal and negotiate some new magic deal which will be massively better for the UK. No, we won't. We're not negotiating with a bunch of stoned bunnies, but with a very rigid, inflexible bureaucracy working on behalf of 27 nations, some which don't like us, a lot of them don't give a fig's leaf about our problems, and only a few are sympathetic to us.If Stay is included then everyone is really saying that a second referendum is just an excuse to stay. That’s all the Remoaners’ assumption. But it’s not clear the result would be different. There’s now soooo much evidence that the EU is evil, that the sky hasn’t fallen down, that the most lies have been told by remainers, that remainers have been the ones who’ve buggered this up. The analogy for the final point is that if half your football team is deliberately scoring own goals it doesn’t mean your team couldn’t be great, you just need to chuck the saboteurs.
I agree that Europe in the way that they have handled this are showing all the bad points of the EU. If there is another referendum and the result is no different, then all the better - that would mean that there would be fewer issues at all. However now it is clear what kind of deal Europe will let the UK have when the original vote was offered. Now it is much clearer and many of the hopes of what a Brexit would mean have crystallised and there is clarity. A vote now would be on many more facts than 2 years ago.May is probably a lovely person. But missing a crucial part of her brain. She is the problem, and the civil servants whom she let run this shambles.
And the people have already decided. If there’s another referendum (depending on the choices) it could make things worse: Civil disobedience, riots, boycotting of the referendum. (Although I’d have a side bet on apathy, and nothing happening!)
It was made clear before the vote that it would be implemented. It was in the major parties’ manifestos. So it would be hard to justify, unless Stay wasn’t in the options.
If Stay is included then everyone is really saying that a second referendum is just an excuse to stay. That’s all the Remoaners’ assumption. But it’s not clear the result would be different. There’s now soooo much evidence that the EU is evil, that the sky hasn’t fallen down, that the most lies have been told by remainers, that remainers have been the ones who’ve buggered this up. The analogy for the final point is that if half your football team is deliberately scoring own goals it doesn’t mean your team couldn’t be great, you just need to chuck the saboteurs.
I can see this being the end of Corbyn. He is very likely to lose the vote of no-confidence tomorrow. This is the weakest government for 3 generations, and he still can't influence it. What does that say about the Labour leader?He has a cunning plan...SHOUT at everyone. Am not convinced. To be fair, Corbyn is selling the voters exactly the same lie.
I don't even get to decide what Netflix movie we watch in my own house!
The remoaners aren't in charge. That is exactly the issue. Unless you think that May is one. Perhaps you would like Corbyn instead as he has been anti-Europe for many years.Things have indeed changed. But those bad things that were predicted to happen haven't...I want the WWIII I was promised! And the bad things that have happened are because of the remoaners being in charge! You can't reward those people for causing chaos!
The only deal that the UK can take will be the one that Europe will let us have. Brexiteers are anti Europe as it is overly interfering and bureaucratic, and some how believe that this state of affairs will magically change when we negotiate to leave (giving them a 10bn hole to fill in the balance-sheet). The very thing that they hate about Eruope (as well as all those pesky foreigners doing their plumbing, paying taxes and awful things like that) is the very thing that makes leaving Europe in this manner wrong. Brexiteers are hoisted with their own petard.Paul, so what kind of deal would you prefer? Some sort of a Canada FTA option?
I would say politicians, all politicians. They've chosen the best person to negociate Brexit (if not why not someone else?) who negociated the best conditions (if not why not something else?). The parliament had no move, they had to accept it. They didn't and you are in trouble but they knew it in advance. No excuse for them.Brexiteers are hoisted with their own petard.