“I know my party voted for me to leave, but I think we need another vote,” said PM Theresa May.
After failing to deliver on her party’s signature platform – Brexit – Prime Minister Theresa May has been given a taste of what she wanted by being told in no uncertain terms to leave. Considering she failed to get Britain to leave the EU, Teresa naturally has fallen back on her approach of the past three years and demanded a second referendum on her getting the boot.
“I know my party voted for me to leave, but I think we need another vote,” said PM Theresa May. “It’s the only sensible course of action. People are more informed today than they were yesterday. When people vote unanimously for something, it just means they didn’t understand the question. So when MPs were asked, “Should she go” and voted “yes”, they clearly meant to vote “no.”
Unfortunately for Theresa, a second referendum on anything in Britain is about as popular as a Selley’s No More Gaps enema, something that just isn’t going to happen. Farewell Theresa, at least something ended up leaving under your reign.