The other way will be if Jacobís group of fanatics stick to their guns. In which case it goes back to the EU. Farage is openly committing treason by asking the Italian government to vote against the interests of the UKís sovereign Parliament, which could lead to them refusing to allow an extension.
Only option then would be to revoke Article 50 unilaterally, which the European Court of Justice have ruled the UK government can do at any time, then either start the entire process again or to hold another referendum in the hope that we can finally put a stake through the heart of this nonsense.
And yeah, 17 million blah blah blah, but letís face it there is no outcome now that leaves anyone happy, and having had May completely cast aside the feelings of 16 million for the past two and a half years I really donít care if she doubles up on that. Iíd rather they get upset if it finally stops this utterly embarrassing, damaging, and downright shameful exercise so we can go back to having a functional government focussed on sorting out the countryís problems in place of creating new ones.
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