Ballsing up the election is one thing, but Theresa May can think again if she wants to gamble with our Brexit negotiations

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Despite the truly rotten election campaign the UK still wants May to pull through with Brexit

HERE they come. Out of the crypt, once again.

The clanking of chains. The stench of defeat

Theresa May must play it smart when it comes to Brexit

Yes, it’s our old friends the Remainers.

Arisen and trying again to stop us leaving the European Union.

Since Theresa May’s epic and hilarious catastrophe last week, when her party lost its majority, the undead Remainers have been on the warpath.

Ah, it’s time now for a soft Brexit, they say (meaning pretty much no Brexit at all).

The Remoaners have come out in full force harking on to the same tune

The Remoaners have come out in full force harking on to the same tune

Ruth Davidson, the Tory leader in Scotland, the God-awful Philip Hammond, the Chancellor.

All the monkeys who hitched their bandwagon to the wrong horse last summer and lost.

They are now demanding concessions, as a consequence of the election.

And the same siren voices are being heard from the continent.

Tory Scot leader Ruth Davidson recently called for the PM to consider working with Labour to deliver a softer Brexit

Rex FeaturesTory Scot leader Ruth Davidson recently called for the PM to consider working with Labour to deliver a softer BrexitFrom that puffed-up ball of Luxembourgish phlegm Jean-Claude Juncker. And Donald Tusk.

They now see a chink in our armour. They reckon we might be dissuaded from leaving altogether.

And Theresa May, who is rightly feeling vulnerable now, is being ordered to listen.

So here’s my advice to Theresa, free of charge.

Listen, May, you called an election when you shouldn’t have called an election and fought a truly rotten campaign.

Mrs May's massive balls up almost handed Labour's Jeremy Corbyn the keys to No10

Mrs May’s massive balls up almost handed Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn the keys to No10
Jeremy Corbyn misses another high-five as he leaves his London home

Still can’t do it!
Jeremy Corbyn misses another high-five as he leaves his London home

You lost your party a sackful of seats.

You almost handed the keys of Downing Street to Jeremy Corbyn.

In other words, you b*******ed it up big time. So don’t make two gargantuan errors in the same week.

You were clear, as we all were, that last summer a healthy majority of the British people decided we should leave the EU.

And that means LEAVE. No single market, no “freedom of movement”. Remember?

The General Election, which you ballsed up spectacularly, was nothing to do with Brexit.

Theresa May has to pull through with the Brexit she promised to deliver Theresa May has to pull through with the Brexit she promised to deliver

A great many people who voted for Jeremy Corbyn last Thursday will have voted for Brexit last summer. I know, I’ve spoken to a hell of a lot of them.

The mood about leaving the EU has not changed one iota.

Labour, to its enormous credit, supported the Brexit decision and did so throughout the campaign.

Corbyn was able to recognise a democratic decision when he saw one. You try to do the same.

Softening our stance on leaving will cause fury among those who voted with the majority last June.

But it will also make negotiating with the European Union all the harder.

 

 

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