I asked you whether you could be sure that 17.4 million people all voted for the most extreme version of Brexit (No Deal) and you refused to answer.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
Therefore you can't say people prefer No Deal to simply not doing Brexit at all.pic.twitter.com/RdCc1AhNbs
Let's start with Jacob Rees-Mogg.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 18, 2019
He's changed his tune his tune. In 2016 he said leaving was better than staying. In November, he said the Brexit deal was worse than staying. Now he's saying the Brexit deal is better than staying.
He's changed his mind twice!@Jacob_Rees_Mogg pic.twitter.com/BOdipP9dnW
Let's pretend nobody's changed their mind since 2016.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
Let's pretend everything we've seen since was exactly what all Brexit voters wanted.
Let's pretend we voted for a choice between being less sovereign than EU members and being the only country in the world with no trade deals.
Because nobody said we could end up like Norway if we left the EU, therefore remaining in the Single Market. Because It would completely undermine Iain's argument if the key architect of Brexit supported Norway-status in 2016....pic.twitter.com/6kP7J5CVPk— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
Great news!!!— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
(Honestly if any version of Brexit happens, there's going to be zero sympathy when these consequences hit ordinary people.)https://t.co/3ZUc2JBwYL
Have MPs become so binary in their thinking that they would vote for a Brexit which even under their own ideology is worse than staying in the EU, just because they can technically call it Brexit?— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 18, 2019
They promised us a soft Brexit then once we consented it got harder. It's our first time at it, so it's been messy. Just before we sealed the deal they start screaming about entering the backstop. Now we might stay in but our partners are unhappy with the length of our extension.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
It needs a total geographic re-direct of UK politics.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 19, 2019
People voted for change. They need to see change.
The sort of change that makes them poorer would only make things worse. Hence why Brexit needs to stop.
You voted for something completely undefined, which is why the division isn't just Leave-Remain, it's Leave-Leave. There are 17millions different visions of the relationship we could have with the EU post Brexit.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 20, 2019
The remain option was fixed by treaty.pic.twitter.com/8qZ6Zc1AgH
He's not alone. Many think there's only one Brexit but there are 1000s. Norway, Canada, WTO or just name any country the EU has a deal with.— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) March 20, 2019
A 48% approval rating for EU membership is NOT the same as a 52% approval rating for whatever the Brexit negotiations happened to produce.