The amazing thing about this cross-party vote to stop a no-deal Brexit: it was Labour led. Yeah, really.
It is interesting to compare this situation, Labour MPs abstaining & voting against their own motion, and the recent expulsions of Labour members.
Most famously Alistair Campbell was expelled from the Labour party for suggesting, on social media, that people could/should vote for the LibDems.
It would be hypocritical to have expelled some Labour members and, at the same time, not take action against MPs who prevented the party's motion in parliament. We will see.
The problem is no-deal is the default. Reaching an agreement requires positive action. That's not looking likely.
Labour are purposefully being ambiguous, so as not to lose either the Leavers or Remainers. That strategy can only work for so long before voters twig what is happening. That point may have been passed already.
@fitheach why can't the conservative party expell one or more of their biggest Idiots
That might account for the majority of them.
@fitheach okey every Party chooses 3 of their biggest Idiots and expells them
You could make it a public spectacle, put them in stocks and pelt them with rotten fruit. 😉
@fitheach pigs like Boris would enjoy it too much
@fitheach "Labour led" is an oxymoron.
@fitheach too much Basil Brush at The Fringe?
Basil Brush was great. I used to have a tweed suit, just like his (a bit bigger maybe).
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!