Sunday, 19 June 2016

The lies are coming thick and fast now...

David Cameron, in The Telegraph:

So much is at stake on Thursday. And so rarely will we ever make a decision of such magnitude. And here’s the thing: it’s irreversible.

There is no turning back if we leave. If we choose to go out of the EU, we will go out – with all of the consequences that will have for everyone in Britain.

That's the whole point, isn't it, if there is a slim Brexit majority on Thursday, then it is unlikely to lead to an actual Brexit.

It's just a way of giving TPTB a good kick up the arse and temporarily delaying things, giving our pol's a stronger hand in the next round of negotiations.

The outcome of the referendum is not binding on the UK government, anybody who thinks otherwise is deluded and people like Cameron who know it isn't but pretend it is are just lying.


Lola said...

Re The paragraphs in italics. Er, yes. And?

A K Haart said...

"It's just a way of giving TPTB a good kick up the arse"

That's my view and as good a reason for voting Leave as any.