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A general election is not a referendum, Lynn News letters

Brexit has adversely pervaded the entire party political spectrum and the issue has to be sorted out first otherwise the mainstream political parties would be incapable of devising distinctive manifestos on a whole range of issues, many of which will inevitably be patterned by the UK’s relationship with the EU.

If Prime Minister Boris Johnson can label Jeremy Corbyn a coward for not contesting a third general election in three years as a referendum on Brexit then wouldn’t it be far braver of his government to grant instead another EU referendum as a referendum on Brexit, particularly after three years of failed negotiations due to there being no Leave plan or manifesto in 2016, which of course is the course of this current political debacle today?

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Brexit (16387721)

Nick Vinehill

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