A101 wrote:Yep still against a second referenda, all the parties have a different view still on a Brexit no matter what happens the country will remain divided, but if we have to have another referenda as remain camp so desperately wanted all 5 options should be put to the electorate and let them decide.
Whoever gets into power then they need to to lead the country have plan on where it wants to go JC cannot do that he wants to start negotiations from afresh and leave the UK hanging for another 6-12 months while he sorts it out, to stay in a convoluted union with the EU is not leaving there is not point in leaving if that is the path. JC needs to tell us his preferred Brexit so people can actully identify with what he is proposing
The problem with your list is that only 2 options are viable and under the control of the UK, Bojo deal and Revoke, everything else requires EU consent.
That has been the problem with parliament, they are coming up with deals and voting on them BEFORE the EU advises if they are viable - as in not violate the 4 pillars - or not.
The more important issue is how the vote will be framed, percentage of registered votes, winning percentage etc etc.