December 10, 2018

Theresa May’s Government was yesterday held in contempt of Parliament.  A historic vote holding the UK government in 'contempt of parliament’, the first time in modern history that ministers have been reprimanded by the House of Commons in this way.

Yet there is a much bigger question with much more serious consequences. Are our Parliamentarians in contempt of the UK electorate? Lord Mandelson called it out when the referendum bill was first debated, the former EU Commissioner, said any vote would be a “lottery” in which the electorate would be swayed by irrelevant issues.

“We should be very wary of putting our membership in the hands of a lottery in whi...

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