Kamisiana wrote:No Maud my problem is stereotyping people who believe Brexit and you prove my stereotype of teachers from my school days with your manner only you can be right.
Philb wrote:...the new Tory party leader don't actually care about all of this because they are too focused on finding a leader to rescue their party from the mire.
Keltz wrote:Philb wrote:...the new Tory party leader don't actually care about all of this because they are too focused on finding a leader to rescue their party from the mire.
I read an online blog of this view a couple of weeks ago that gave the definitive timeline on what the Tory party are doing as opposed to what they are saying. It stated:
"Today is the 24th of May. The deadline for Brexit is 31 October. At the moment – quite extraordinarily – there have been no dates set for Parliament sitting for the rest of this year (we just rang them up to check and they had no idea), but normally there’s a six-week summer break, a couple of weeks back and then another break of several weeks for all the parties to hold their autumn conferences.
(The Lib Dems are having theirs from 14-17 September this year, Labour’s is 21-25 September, the Tories 20 Sep-2 Oct.)
So that means we’re probably looking at:
JUNE: effectively no Prime Minister.
JULY: no Prime Minister. Parliament rises for summer recess.
AUGUST: Parliament on holiday.
SEPTEMBER: end of summer recess, then party conference recess.
So there are basically four weeks left. This can only go well."
The 'kicking the UK can' down the road approach to saving the Tory party has well and truly been kicked into the long grass.
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