reohn2 wrote:PH wrote:pwa wrote:The fall of May will please many with Remain sympathies but it will please the No Deal hardliners even more. There is a real possibility that we will be having a PM determined to take us over that edge, and I wonder if some who take a softer line will end up wishing they had backed May when they had the chance.
Yes, even within the party it's a deeply undemocratic process, with the membership only given a choice of two candidates*. It's entirely possible that they'll both come from the same wing of the party and the membership will effectively have no choice.
* If they're lucky, it's often decided behind closed doors before it goes to the membership.
With the country having even less choice who the next PM will be!
And all the while those who voted for brexit keep complaining about the EU's lack of democracy
Good point about democracy.
But don't you wonder if the No Deal hardliners are about to achieve checkmate in the game they are playing?