The Remain section of Parliament has faced a humiliating blow after the reality of their ambitions to stop the UK leaving the EU without a surrender treaty comes to a dramatic end.
The surrender treaty, also known as a “deal” by the Remain media to imply that it’s a Free Trade Agreement, and to trick the public into thinking its required to leave the EU, is now dead.
The United Kingdom public, now by a majority, supports the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without a surrender treaty.
The Remainers in Parliament have suggested that calling for a vote of no confidence is enough to stop a so-called “No Deal”, this isn’t true.
A vote of no confidence is a vote of no confidence in Her Majesty’s cabinet ministers’. This does not mean that Boris will cease to become the Prime Minister, in fact, Boris will need to call an election, at a time that suits him, which should be after the UK leaves the EU without a surrender treaty.
A successful vote of no confidence also requires Tory MPs to do themselves out of a job, and to betray their own Party by bringing down the government, the height of betrayal.
It’s clear that stopping the United Kingdom from leaving the European Union without a surrender treaty isn’t as easy as the Remainers hopes.
Importantly, even if the Remainers were to collude and form their own proxy Parliament to circumvent the British public, Boris would still be Prime Minister, and he would have to advise the Queen on whether or not to pass specific legislation, he could simply advise the Queen to not pass legislation that blocks Brexit.