If there's an election the Tories will win AFAIK, due to Labour being so far up its own arsehole that it won't have a chance. And you're assuming the public are better informed now, which is not necessarily the case.
In order for the UK to enact its post-Brexit immigration policies and leave the single market, it must be able to control its borders. It is impossible to overstate the horror with which such a wall between the north and south would be greeted
so what happened to Labour in Britain that caused it to completely collapse over the past decade or so?
As liquid urine is denser than the atmosphere, why yes. The urine stream from Putin's penis splashing on Trump's sphincter is easily described with buoyancy, no need for the magical force that no one can explain what it is.
Britain would harmonise regulations with its former colonies rather than the European Union under new proposals for trade integration that critics have dubbed Empire 2.0.<snip, wot>Several senior Conservatives, led by trade minister Liam Fox, have heralded the potential for new trade agreements with Commonwealth countries as a way to replace lost European markets when Britain leaves the EU."Obviously UK trading relations are now up for grabs," Lord Marland told the Guardian. "What easier and better place [is there] to trade than with countries who have shared associations for many years, where you speak the same language, where you have the same basic rule of law? That's why we need to come up with an accord that underlines that."
basically, the world's WASPs all want to unite and form one big gated community
The British government can turn its attention to the main Brexit negotiations, now that the UK parliament has voted to allow the prime minister to begin the process. But several years of tense discussions lie ahead - and many British politicians seem to have spent the past few months doing their best to make them as awkward as possible.My colleagues and I took to the road, holding private seminars with key "movers and shakers" in Berlin - the capital of Europe's paymaster - and in Bratislava, home to some of the UK's erstwhile allies in, as Donald Rumsfeld put it, "New Europe". The aim was to understand some of the key concerns and priorities in those countries ahead of the negotiations. We spoke to senior officials and governmental advisers - the people who will be shaping their countries' stances on Brexit.
I will lol forever if brexit somehow leads to Scottish Independence and Irish unification, essentially killing the united kingdom.
I'm also going to go out on a limb and say that the individual Commonwealth countries don't represent as good of an economic market as the EU.