Likewise. I personally can't believe that default fallback position is not “status quo”.Crossrutted wrote: ↑Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:55 pmTotally agree.daveuprite wrote: ↑Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:16 pm
Don't agree with that Bren. Of course No Deal sucks big time. Heaps of evidence for that. But the only thing that one portion of the population might think would suck about revoking A50 is the perceived affront to their choice in the 2016 ref. In every other respect remaining in the EU is the sensible and obvious decision, made even more obvious by the present crisis.
Everything screams STOP and abandon this nonsense before the public bill reaches 100 billion (which will be within the current year). Cut the losses now and restore some order. The price of upsetting those among the 17.4 million who haven't either died or changed their minds is well worth paying, in view of the much bigger picture. When you make a bad mistake, just have the guts to admit it, reverse and regroup.
No deal was even voted against by MPs. Regardless of whether that vote was legally binding or not, surely that is a big sign.