My answer to Will Theresa May really invoke Article 50?
Answer by Desmond Last:
Theresa May has no choice. It was a democratic vote. If it had gone the other way would the ‘Remain Group’ allowed a second vote? No, of course not.
What Theresa May must do now is to decide to go it alone or to become a potential reformist of the E.U. The U.K cannot exist on its own. We do have the capital multiplication to exist outside of any economic group.
The U.K has lived a five star lifestyle and the capital structure that has supported it is no longer going to be there. Taking out of context figures from a ‘Good News’ Treasury Department will not fool the market.
Without Osborne who was purposely tunnel-minded, there is no force in Government who have an ideology that can counter that of the E.U, let alone a Philosophy to provide vision.
Cameron had the false idol of Big Picture. What does May have? What is the vision for the U.K? We need to know where the U.K is going and more importantly who with.
There is a lot of dissatisfaction within the E.U. May needs alliances. The U.S E.U agreement has stalled.
This is because the E.U makes demands not negotiates. That is the weak point of the E.U and we must exploit it. That will depend on May’s Plan A.
The E.U is not Junkers. It is the people. Like most Governments the E.U bureaucrats no longer listen to the people. May will need to stop her Inner Circle from drowning out the voice of the People and New Ideas if she wants the U.K to have a prosperous economy.
My experience of Theresa May to-date is thatr she does not want new ideas preferring instead to listen to her chosen Inner Circle. Cameron was the same and that was the cause of his demise.