- Aug 1, 2006
May resigns as Conservative leader on Friday 7th June
Backing a no deal is probably necessary to become leader of the Tories, whereas brexiteer Corbyn could probably win a general election if he backs remain and Farage splits the Tory vote.We’re so fucked if someone who thinks «no deal no problem» is selected.
The problem for this person is that "no deal" has been rejected in the house. Only ~25-30% of the house would vote for it. The PM would be thrown out the next day if they tried to force it through.Backing a no deal is probably necessary to become leader of the Tories, whereas brexiteer Corbyn could probably win a general election if he backs remain and Farage splits the Tory vote.
I just don't think being the "Trumpchurian Candidate" or going after the NHS post Brexit is a thing that would help Johnson or Farage in Party or general elections ...Donald Trump has praised Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, talked up the prospect of a Brexit trade deal [...]
He had already praised Johnson on Saturday, saying he would be an excellent leader.
He went on: “I have a very good relationship with Nigel Farage, with many people over there (in the UK) and we’ll see what happens. I may meet with him. They want to meet. We’ll see what happens.”[...]
The controversy was further exacerbated on Sunday when the US ambassador to the UK, Woody Johnson, suggested the NHS would be on the table in post-Brexit trade talks. [...]
https://www.theguardian.com/politic...ions-could-disrupt-boris-johnson-brexit-plansBoris Johnson's Brexit plans under threat from ministers' resignations
Likely new PM could find no-deal option thwarted by senior Tories such as Philip Hammond
This. If the Greek can vote to leave and then have it scrapped, so can the Brits.It is quite good to see that only a few people, on either side, really wants a no-deal.
I'm still rooting for the complete overthrowing of Brexit, a second referendum, a "stay" win and the closing of this idiotic move.