Ok, the majority voted to leave and as a “remain” voter, I accept that but will it be “Hard” or “Soft”?
What are the terms of our exit?
Theresa, Boris and Nigel want it “hard” but they can’t just decide exit terms without some sort of consultation or vote – That’s be undemocratic and considering one of their arguments was to win back our Parliamentary Sovereignty, it seems peculiar that they don’t want Parliament involved in negotiations concerning our exit terms.
Thank God Miliband, Clegg and the “rebel” MP’s went to the High Court or the our exit would be crueler, harder and uglier than we could have imagined.
I wrote a poem about it which was aired on BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Radio Manchester (Gods own country) – The text is below but if you want to hear me reading it, follow this link
The Maiden of Maidenhead
Remember Remember the third of November
And Parliaments latest plot
For the High Court ruled
MP’s can choose
Whether Brexit would be “Hard” or “Soft”
When the Maiden of Maidenhead’s was so intent
That she would decide and not parliament
“Hard” Brexit would commence during lent of 2017
And that Article 50 would be invoked
Hidden behind a puff of smoke
But MP’s did plot and that plan was choked
There’s never any smoke without fire
So, Holler boys
Let Division Bells ring
While the Maiden of Maidenhead sings