View Post

Politics Discussion - Brexit - View Post

SpokenTruth said:
It's amazing that we could all be witnessing the dissolution of the UK before our very eyes. So much for the U in UK.

Johnson won't want to be responsible for having that happen on his watch, no matter how many Brexiteers are happy to cut Scotland and/or Northern Ireland loose to facilitate Brexit - odds are he'll cook up some deal that'll leave moderate Brexiteers saying "okay, that's close enough to what I voted for" and moderate Remainers saying "okay, that's close enough to what we have now", and just about hold off the threat of Scottish secession.

Which, ironically, is what Corbyn actually wanted to do all along, but he went about it in the most asinine, bass-ackwards way possible, in addition to just generally doing a terrible job as party leader.