Re: It's almost as if
'UKIP had a plan and I expect the brexiters of the conservatives did too. But instead we got May who wanted to 'please both sides'.'
So allegedly a party with one parliamentary MP had a 'plan' and a minor faction of the incumbent governing party had a 'plan' . However, the majority governing party chose to select a leader which represented the whole of the party. That's about it right?
Have you thought that may be because the Conservative party didn't think much of their faction's so called 'plan'?
As I recall, in the run up to the referendum, discussion of actual plans were swerved or dismissed. At best you got claims that it would be the easiest negotiations ever or just claims that we would walk away if things didn't go our way.
Its pretty clear there was no 'plan', as if there were, the NI border problems wouldn't be an issue. An 'oven baked' solution would have been in place ready to slide into place the moment the issue of land borders was raised by the EU.
The sad reality is that the delay created by parliament in an attempt to ensure the country acted honorably in our exit from the EU will forever be used by the disingenuous to blame their own failures upon.
A bunch of chancers got lucky and going forward will blamestorm their own inadequacies on anybody they can pin it on. The end.