My answer to Is Brexit a "Tory catfight that got out of hand", and will a younger generation take Britain back into…
Answer by Desmond Last:
In my opinion Brexit is an opportunity lost. Theresa May would appear to demonstrate the same lack of judgment with her decision to invoke Article 50 as her continuing support for the killing of children in Yemen with U.K armaments. Leaders should have principle – May has none.
Hopefully events will cause May to resign. Brexit was the opportunity to reform the E.U. There is plenty of support for reform and the E.U has put forward a framework for that reform.
May’s selfish ambition of believing that to stay in power she had to push Brexit forward no matter what the consequences are to the U.K economy will force the U.K into the economic lay-by of ‘has been economies’.
The young people of this country deserve what is coming to them.
They are apathetic and self-obsessed. The U.K has lost it principle and pride by supplying armaments to Saudi Arabia which are used to kill children. The silence of the youth of the U.K is deafening.
Even the dire warnings of climate change do not stir the youth of the U.K.
The House of Lords which requires a free bus pass as a pre-requisite for membership has no young people in its ancient chamber – yet this shameful and destructive lack of representation also does not stir them.
Cyber Crime and child abuse are also ‘out of control’ in the U.K but still the youth of the U.K slumber on.
To take the U.K back into the E.U would be almost impossible. All the Trade arrangements would have to be torn up, the legalization changed and entry and exit arrangements set again. The E.U might not want the U.K back.
The youth of the U.K have lost their future and they only have themselves to blame.
The ‘catfight’ was simply Cameron running scared to UKIP and not listening to the people which is a common attribute of today's politicians.