“She didn’t even give clarity if she is organising a vote,” said one aide to a leader. “Asked three times what she would do if she lost the vote, she couldn’t say. It was awful. Dreadful. Evasive even by her standards.”
When leaders asked May what she was going to do if her deal was voted down, an official added that the prime minister replied that she was following her plan A of getting it through. It was then that the EU decided that “she didn’t have a plan so they needed to come up with one for her”, the source added.
There is an argument that 'the centre' are a bunch of hypocritical, privileged middle class f*ckers who want everything to stay the same because it is a nice life for them. Corbyn wants to actually change things to make things fairer for all. This is why I am torn on Brexit. A no deal instigated national collapse might be the only way to redress the disgraceful imbalanced mess this country is in. No more easter holidays in Provence for managers and junior accountants and teachers and IT nerds. Oh well. The climate can't take it and a balanced economy can't support it so maybe it all has to go.
Colback seems critical to me, though Pele has potential too. Lolley is great, but is it harsh to say hes a bit of an Antonio in that he disrupts the team play by always dribbling? Great when it works but not so good for periods of possession?