Do you think it is a reasonable argument by the Lib Dems that by their being excluded from the leaders debate, the Remain voice in not heard?
- martinLv 71 year agoFavourite answer
Remain voices never should be excluded. It is economic suicide for Britain to exit from the EU.
- forte88engLv 71 year ago
i am appalled that the media are only promoting the two traditional parties of power and opposition.
- CliveLv 71 year ago
No. This is a general election, not a Brexit referendum, and the chances of the Lib Dems becoming the government are zero. Admittedly Brexit is the biggest issue at the moment, but once that's dealt with one way or the other, whoever wins will have all the usual domestic and other foreign issues to deal with for the next 5 years, and it makes more sense that we should hear just from the only two people with any chance of being Prime Minister on 13 December.
Still, it might be amusing to hear from the leader of the Illiberal Undemocrats, but she's not going to be PM so what's the point?
Labour pretty much wants Remain anyway, though of course it will never come out and say so.
- Donald KLv 61 year ago
No. They lost and they need to get over it. Elections have consequences. The people spoke in 2016. The situation is very similar to what we are experiencing across the pond. The Democrats can't seem to get over the fact that the people voted against them in 2016. You can't undo a vote without undermining democracy.