The PM – Once a Remainer, always a Remainer

We are living in extraordinary times not only because of a political fight between the Majority and Parliament, but also because we have a Prime Minister who despite her dreadful solution to Brexit being thrown out numerous times, is still convinced that her way is the only way to deliver Brexit. We all know it is Brexit in name only and that having a Remain PM would cause issues from day one, but it seems again she listens to the minority in her cabinet, and goes cap in hand to the EU…..which is shameful and humiliating.

The Conservative party know they have to replace her or else there numbers will collapse at both the General Election and the European Elections, which if Brexit had been delivered on the 29th March 2019 as promised (Mrs May herself stated 108 times that we were leaving on the 29th March 2019), we would not have to spend an estimated £109 million (this was last estimated in 2014…so could be a lot higher if as expected her deal will be rejected again) to pick the MEPs as ordered by the EU.

Sadly the Conservative MPs don’t have the nerve to risk it or the inclination to vote for Boris Johnson…who by the way would be a mistake despite him being a likeable character, he is a loose cannon and as he has committed the cardinal sin of wanting Amber Rudd in his cabinet as none other than Chancellor.

The Conservative party must reach out to new blood such as Jacob Rees Mogg as despite being known as the Honourable member for the 19th Century, he has become the darling of all those, who like me just want an MP to answer the question and without lies and spin. It would also make the parliamentary question times even more captivating as watching members trying to catch him out is jolly good sport. I would like to see Ian Duncan Smith or David Davies take up the mantle of PM and definitely NOT Michael Gove as he swaps and changes his mind so often…if he were a merry-go-round, even he would be dizzy.

There also has to be a tough woman to show the Tory electorate that not all women are weak like Mrs May and Ester McVey comes to mind, as no way would I like to get in an political argument with her. She is tungsten through and through but only those who believe in this country can rescue us from the abyss Mrs May is so desperate to throw us into, but she must be forced to go or we will end up with a Corbyn/McDonnell/Abbott comedy of errors government….the errors being we the taxpayers get the bill when they bankrupt the country.

The electorate do not want Mrs May and a greater number of MPs are turning their back on her… Mrs May for the good of the party and the country….RESIGN.

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