QUESTION TIME: Extraordinary Audience Spat Over Brexit

Question Time this week saw an extraordinary spat between members of the audience as the governments Brexit strategy falls apart before our very eyes.

The spark was a woman who kicked off the confrontation by saying:

“The way it’s been handled, the way the Conservatives are going about it is shambolic and we all just need to get all yourselves together and get the job done.”

A woman on the front row mused:

“What comes out of the House of Commons goes up to the House of Lords and where does that end up being next?

“Being thrown back to the House of Commons because the House of Lords said ‘no thank you.’”

Finally, a man cut in:

“We’re the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: we voted to leave so it’s pull up our anchor up and sail away, ok?

“Then we’ll be able to sort.”

Shami Chakrabarti chipped in “Sail away where”? Ms Chakrabarti was however later slapped down by Conservative Education Minister Damien Hinds who told her that reaching “firm agreement” on Brexit was “not the firmest ground” for Labour.


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8 Responses

  1. John Carins says:

    Question Time should be renamed “Ask a Remainer”.

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    I voted to LEAVE ! Since then I have had time to consider all arguments, of which there have been many. I am now of the opinion that full severance with the EU is the only way forward, due to the EU being tied to their Treaties, and the other 27 members. This will not be accomplished by this Government, as the PM is Maggie May, who specialises in mind change. I don’t dismiss her wish to get the best deal, but it is clear that agreement is not, and never will be forthcoming from the EU. THEREFORE IT IS BEYOND TIME FOR US TO WALK AWAY TO W.T.O. RULES !

    • Stanley Cutts says:

      Couldn’t agree more Mike! Our government is about as much use as an ash tray on a motorbike when it comes to negotiation. Now the only acceptable way to progress is to embrace WTO rules and say “to hell with the EU”. For goodness sake – LETS JUST WALK!

    • Peter Chodera says:

      I agree with you, Mike! It’s a long time overdue to do this.

      If our useless, so-called, “leaders” would just grow some, tell the EU “Thank you, but no thank you. You are not and have not negotiated properly at any time. We are leaving now, and will adopt to WTO rules with immediate effect. We owe you nothing.” I strongly suspect that the EU would very rapidly change their tune.

      • MIKE MAUNDER says:

        It is good to think that the EU could change their tune Peter, but even in the face of Trade’s common sense, the EU is held by its Treaties, and the remaining 27 Nations. This is why there is no point in continuing so called negotiations ! As Stanley say, ”LETS JUST WALK.”

  3. Steve Aylott says:

    May is doing her best to keep us in, that’s obvious. Corbyn is using BREXIT as a points scoring system. Both parties are split over it, but the one thing that it all boils down to, democracy, the biggest turn out ever voted to leave! Those MPs who are against the democratic vote should stand down if their constituency voted in favour of leaving!

  4. Brian quinn says:

    That silly woman is a ditherer she is not happy with leaving she needs to leave and take her remainder cabinet with her

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