The new deal of Brexit has been put in front of the MPs by Theresa May on the 21st of May 2019. This was a last bold attempt shooted by May for the passing of referendum of Brexit. The British prime minister’s plans were doomed to failure when she was ruthlessly deserted by the rather angry MPs of tory and the members of the opposition party alike. The prime minister still refused to give up and came up with an audacious “new deal” bidding where several necessary concessions were made according to the preference of the Labour Party, Anti-Brexiters and Ulster Unionists.
What Do The Voters Believe?
The voters believe in the decision of the people taken back in 2016 when Britain exited the European Union, Boris Johnson baked the speech of Prime Minister Theresa May by condemning her bill and sticking to the manifesto, Johnson believes that the bill is against the preparation and laws of the manifesto and denied voting in favour of the bill.
In which Johnson added further saying that the choice of the people must be honoured along with being respected. The state of the United Kingdom could do much better than the passing of the referendum. On the contrary, the Prime Minister stand firm on her ground says that she made an effort of reaching out to every one of her colleagues and make a good deal for them. She also feared that a second referendum would lead to polarised politics and the nightmarish situation in the Britain Political stage.
In asking for support in the withdrawal bill of an agreement she pleaded to every member of the parliament of every party to compromise a little from there end she had done her bit. On the first week of June, the fate of Theresa May’s political career would be decided.
The below the belt scorns
The voters or the so-called oppositions believed that the new referendum or the bill which May is selling is nothing but just a repackaging of the similar old and bad deals which were thrice rejected by the parliament. They also openly agreed upon May’s Chances to win the elections were scanty. The most uncalled for the situation was the hateful scorns faced my May during her speech. Many notable Tory backbenchers who turned their backs to Theresa including Ian Ducan Smith and Charlie Elphichke who rejected her offer with hateful words like a bad buffet for the options of Non-Brexit and a dog’s Breakfast. In her new referendum, Theresa May provided with many new and old concessions like
- No changes in the laws of environment protection of Britain
- Possibility of frictionless trade in Great Britain
- The favour of the bill of the Worker’s right
- The right of the MPs to negotiate the objective and situations and future relations with the European Union
None of the concessions mentioned above or any other was powerful enough for the MPs to agree to vote in favour of the referendum.