Conservative-supporting barrister’s video report admits Tories talking about end-Nov Brexit – but still aping denial
A first-time – and, she says, last-time – attendee at the Tories conference in Manchester has posted a video today admitting that the Tories are failing even to successfully live in denial over their Brexit plans.
Rebecca Butler has described the ‘suspension of disbelief’ she says she has encountered everywhere at the conference – mixed with a muttered consensus away from the limelight that the best the Tories think they can achieve is end of November:
Ms Butler also describes the inadequacy of the cobbled-together deal the Tories say they want – and for which the EU says they’ve still had no formal proposals.
The Tories are in chaos and incapable of delivering Brexit in any bearable form – and the LibDems want to ignore democracy and simply cancel it. For the huge ‘sane middle’ of voters who just want the issue resolved with the least damage to our national cohesion, social fabric and economy, Labour is the only option in the coming general election.
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