Theresa May is drawing Parliament into a war of attrition

Remember when Theresa May threatened to inflict repeated votes on her dire Brexit deal on Parliament until she gets her way?

Now Labour is saying if it loses its vote of “no confidence” today (January 16), it will demand similar votes after ever government loss on that deal.

We’re into a war of attrition, it seems.

We have a government that has been found guilty of contempt of Parliament.

We have a government that has suffered the worst defeat in history in a Parliamentary vote.

This government has averaged one resignation per month.

It fails the people of the United Kingdom on a daily basis.

And the reason it won’t give up and hold a general election is that Conservative MPs are terrified a Labour government will reverse the harm they have done and will actually help the people of the UK.

The thought of doing a bit of good actually horrifies them.

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2 thoughts on “Theresa May is drawing Parliament into a war of attrition

  1. Leon Carter

    She also today told big fat lies in full view of the house and public again accusing JC of A/S this needs to stop dead he must start legal action against her starting with a solicitors letter demanding that she publically apologises and retracts in that same house and makes a large personal donation to #Foodbanks

  2. nmac064

    The corrupt and rotten Tories will hang on to power until the bitter end, but the longer they cling on I just hope it will be very bitter indeed for them.

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