The British politicians are determined to keep Britain in the European Union:
Today a group of senior Tories including Ken Clarke, Nicky Morgan and Oliver Letwin tabled a Commons amendment designed to stop a No Deal outcome.
Their motion would ensure that if the Government loses next week’s vote, MPs will have the power to decide what happens next.
It means Parliament would be able to vote for Brexit to be delayed or for a second referendum, instead of Britain leaving the EU in March without a deal.
I’m not surprised that they’re doing this, once it became clear that plenty of Britons actually preferred a no-deal Brexit to any of the various “deals” that left Britain tied and subservient to the EU. But it’s very far from over, although the British people need to recall that one seldom votes one’s way to freedom and sovereignty.