Which part of this is it difficult to understand:woodburner wrote:In the case of the referendum, where it was clear before the vote, the result would be decided by a simple majority. In that case the MP's should vote to ratify the referendum result. It may not be the best, but it's all you've got.
Lest anyone should think the negotiations will be sorted in detail in two years, they should remember it took 40 years to get to where we are. It will take a long time to undo it.
1. We are leaving the EU and will not be sending them any more money;
2. We won't put any tariffs or barriers on their goods and services unless and until they put tariffs on ours;
3. We will cooperate fully with them on police intelligence and anti-terrorism issues as we did before 1973;
4. We will decide who can live & work in our country as they must do in theirs. We don't intend to expell any EU citizen already here;
5. Henceforth our own courts and parliament will be supreme in our country;
6. Subject to the result of parliamentary elections, (that little thing called democracy again) we intend to at least match best practice in the EU on workers rights environmental protection and liberties.