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Theresa May Files Another Request to Prolong the Economic Uncertainty
Each Brexit extension increases the economic uncertainty for industry on both sides of the English Channel, yet Theresa May keeps asking for more of them.
‘Round and ’round and ’round she goes,
Where she’ll stop, nobody knows!
UK citizens voted to Leave the EU on June 23, 2016 and now, almost 3-years later, not only has the March 29, 2019 official Brexit date been missed, the subsequent April 12, 2019 Brexit date looks likely to be missed, and now UK Prime Minister Theresa May is asking for yet another extension until June 30th.
If anyone doesn’t believe that Theresa May intends to ask for another Brexit extension beyond June 30, 2019 (she’ll probably ask for that additional extension about a week before June 30th) and probably another one after that(!) you’re horribly naive
If we let her, this will go on until the year 2050, or whenever it is that she will expire and leave her post. Unless somebody stops her, this will be your life, Europeans!
It’s been 1016-days since the UK referendum to Leave the EU and for 993 of those days Theresa May has been the British Prime Minister. And every single day for the past 1000+days has been increasing in economic uncertainty on both sides of the English Channel — wholly on account of a UK government that has dithered and doddled on delivering the will of The People.
That’s what you get for hiring a ‘Remainer’ Prime Minister, I suppose.
‘But she promised!’ you say.
‘Yes, we understand.’ we say.
At the end of that daily conversation, nothing will have changed. Day after day, month after month, year after year.
It’s becoming clear that Theresa the Remainer intends to delay Brexit until everyone gets sick of it and ‘Remain’ wins. And democracy will have lost.
The People voted to Leave the EU. Anything less than carrying out the will of The People is complete BS. And the UK Conservative Party must inform the Prime Minister of that in no uncertain terms, and if she doesn’t agree 100% on all of it, they need to fire her. ASAP.
Three years of economic uncertainty is ENOUGH!