Theresa May just took the nuclear option, having often repeated her lack of desire for calling another disruptive public vote. The Prime Minister, who inherited her position on the basis of criminal electoral fraud, has done yet another U turn. The question is, why? It is because “Brexit means Brexit” has failed.
But then, what did we expect from a Conservative Party whose membership is dwindling & who barely won a majority in the 2015 elections. The Tories under Dodgy Dave only got 37% of the vote, with 63% of the population opting for other parties. The Conservative Party have, since the 2015 election, been found guilty of Electoral Fraud – calling into question the very legitimacy of the government Theresa May, George Osborne, David Cameron & co formed in 2015.
That is another reason why Theresa May has called this snap election now. She inherited that illegal majority.
Facts on Tory election Fraud:
*Theresa May’s Chief of Staff has been directly implicated.
*2 Tory MPs have been questioned & cautioned by the Police.
*3 Tory MPs cases have resulted in a record fine.
*12 Tory MPs have had cases handed to the CPS.
*12 Tory MPs cases to make an announcement.
*29 tory MPs implicated, wiping out Treasonous Mayhem’s inherited, ill gotten majority.
The Criminal investigation into #ToryElectionFraud is due to conclude in May. In June the Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap election, despite her previous claims that she would not. She cites the fact that she can’t get Brexit through the House of Commons at present – mainly because her party will not guarantee the rights of workers & citizens in the United Kingdom post Brexit.
The corruption we saw with #ToryelectionFraud is a Tory theme as old as the hills. The inconsistency of the Tories on Europe is also one of the oldest themes in British Politics. That old tune did not change one note after the Referendum result. Every time Theresa May or her cabinet opened their contradiction laden mouths, the currency, or the economy, plummeted. Since the referendum vote, the only consistent thing about the Tories is that they have consistently been all over the place on Brexit.
The Chancellor Phillip Hammond said after the referendum that to lose single market access would be:
A few days later, the Health Secretary said:
“THE FIRST PART OF THE PLAN MUST BE TO CLARIFY THAT WE WILL REMAIN IN THE SINGLE MARKET”.
The Prime Minister, when pushed, said something about:
“FRICTIONLESS ACCESS TO THE SINGLE MARKET AND A BESPOKE CUSTOMS UNION DEAL.”
She then conceded that we would indeed be leaving the Single Market, because that was, afterall, one of the things the people who voted to Leave the EU thought they were voting for. Despite this attempt at switching the goal posts, and trying to appear to be at once Pro Brexit and Pro single Market, May laughably described the referendum as:
“A VOTE TO RESTORE…OUR PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY”.
Given her government’s mandate being based on Criminal election Fraud, and their reluctance to allow Parliament to scrutinise her Brexit deal, the leader of the Opposition correctly pointed out the twisted nature of such a statement:
“RESTORING PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY WHILE SIDELINING PARLIAMENT? IT IS NOT SO MUCH THE IRON LADY AS THE IRONY LADY.”
#ToryElectionFraud threatens seriously threatens the Tory’s slender majority in Parliament, and it turns out that Jeremy Corbyn was right to call out Theresa May’s ‘Baldrick brexit’.
“Her plan was that she had no plan.”
Clearly, May, like the rest of the Tory cabinet, didn’t plan for a Leave vote at all. Indeed, so called ‘arch Brexiteer’ Theresa May was in fact a staunch Europhile not so long ago – just like the man she inexplicably chose to be Britain’s face to the World, Boris Johnson. Many of those who support Brexit and love Boris would choke on this clip:
Extreme austerity has devastated our communities & our public services. Our people have suffered cuts in jobs, pay and conditions, with the average British worker still earning less after inflation than before the banking crash – which cost each British household £24,000.
At the same time the number of UK-based billionaires has quadrupled since 2009. Enormous assets of shared public wealth have been sold off to private companies. Such was the severity of these austerity measures that even the United Nations declared the Tories in breach of international human rights obligations. The Red Cross said the NHS was in a state of “Humanitarian Crisis” with December & January marked as the two worst months on record in the history of the NHS.
We were told “We are all in this together” and that the politically motivated Austerity programme was absolutely necessary to reduce our public debt – a debt that has now increased after 6 years from under £950 billion to over £1.5 trillion. Given all the cuts to public services, the question must be asked: “Where has the money gone?”
That is a question we shall now have to ask the Tories, as they try and get the public to endorse them as the Party of Government to lead our country through the post Brexit Constitutional settlement. As the Leader of the Opposition pointed out:
“BREXIT WOULD BE A HARD CHALLENGE FOR ANY GOVERNMENT. THE NEXT STEPS ARE CRUCIAL. SO FAR THEY SEEM UTTERLY COMPLACENT ABOUT THE SCALE OF THE TASK AHEAD.
THE FOREIGN SECRETARY BORIS JOHNSON SAID: ‘OUR POLICY IS HAVING OUR CAKE AND EATING IT’.
THIS MORNING THE CHANCELLOR PHILIP HAMMOND SAID: ‘WE CAN’T HAVE OUR CAKE AND EAT IT’.
MAYBE THEY SHOULD GET TOGETHER AND TALK ABOUT IT?”
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