Thursday, June 29, 2017

Obey Rule of Jeremy Corbyn - Post Election 2017

Lets Get Real:

It seems that the constant revolter Jeremy Corbyn has forgotten his time of rebelling, he expects his MPs to do as they are told, that is why you never give a left wing any power, they are alright if they are protesting, but once they are in power they expected their orders to be followed.   The next two years are going to be fraught in the House of Commons when it comes to the matter of Brexit, in those two years there could be By - elections, thus the House of Commons maths will differ over time.  The British loath the EU, so any time there is a row between the UK and the EU, those wanting a HARD Brexit will gain support.  Of course the question is can the May government last for five years, one has doubts. 

Labour Divisions over Single Market - Post Election 2017

Lets Get Real:

This shows the divisions in the Labour Party, its leader Jeremy Corbyn has always wanted out of the EU, a minority of this MPs take a different view, even Shadow Ministers have been sacked.   The issue of the EU divides the Conservative Party and the Labour Party, it will be interesting to see over the next two years how Labour votes, they will try to cause problems but will not want to be seen as thwarting the will of the Voter in the EU vote of 2016.  This blog noticed that the BBC did not mention the sackings, they might later on, as the readers of this blog are aware this blog does not trust the BBC, the left of the Guardian and the BBC do not represent the UK voter, they represent a small minority of an elite.   There will be more votes in the House of Commons, more close votes.

The Queen's Speech Passed - Post Election 2017

Lets Get Real:

Thus most interesting vote of the Queen's speech was the Amendment by a Labour MP for the UK to stay within the EU Single Market, it was defeated,  this is not the policy of Labour leadership, the Labour Leadership instructed their MPs not to vote for the measure.   This asks an interesting question, as we go through the Brexit process what is the Labour Policy, will they vote for the UK to leave the Single Market and the Customs Union, if it is it could cause a split within the Labour Party as well as the Conservative Party.   It is great to see the House of Commons back in charge.