Keith Sansum1 wrote:
That's the problem really Ms May as a remain supporter is having to please 2 camps within her own party.
We need to move this issue on now
I would suggest that the camps in the Tory party are multifarious in the BREXIT respect. They include: Remain, Hard Brexit, Soft Brexit, Pragmatic/Proven Brexit (based loosely around Swiss and Norwegian agreements) and Experimental/Pioneering Brexit. All of these have varying timetables. Whilst the other parties are tighter on their message (especially SNP) there is not a cross-party concensus. In the end, it will be a leap into the unknown and the future of trade, immigration etc. will fall upon the hard work and skills of our elected MPs and appointed civil servants; but isn't that what they should be doing anyway?