BR wrote:Can anyone explain to me the labour party's/parties' approach to this?
Yes. It's called Corbyn's Strategy of Non-Interest.
Jezza the Fossil, a man out of his time, but sadly not yet out of time, continues to apply death by a million fu@kups to the Labour Party. Fair enough Mrs Mantis barely uttered a word in the referendum campaign but of those who "put in a shift" Jez was not one.
He is like a man who could barely conceal his total ambivalence & is now taking what he believes is the shrewd move of saying "we will not block article 50" so somebody doesn't tell him he's unelectable having gone against 52% of the "will of the people".
And that BR is it from start to finish. A hotchpotch of non-joined up dithering, for if you're going to dither properly, like Jez should, always make sure it's joined up.
I expect a large number of Labour's rump will vote against A50, primarily those from areas which voted remain, the testicle that is the Liberals will huff and puff and say never,never, never without the promise of a referendum of the BReit deal & the SNP will undoubtedly play silly buggers to stall delay & annoy.
Mrs Mantis will be thrilled to have Corruption Hot Air Central, aka The fu@king DUPers, voting staunchly in favour of what the people of NI don't want, the Shinners will not bother their respective shiteboxes voting against what the people of NI don't want . And then we wonder why nobody get's anything but a grandfathered hot air sheme.
I may not have mentioned it but I hate this vile wee statelet. I also hate Britain, barring Scotland occasionally, the USA in which the fourth Reich is growing and barely a news report of what the maniac is doing, most of the rest of the uncivilised world.
So their you go BR, Labour Policy plus.