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Posted on 11th January 2018
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If anything proves that the UK government is mismanaging the Brexit process, this article from the BBC proves it.
It seems that Mrs. May’s government has not commissioned any impact assessments about Brexit.
The decision about Brexit is probably the most important single decision to be taken by the UK in decades. Not only has the Conservative government back-peddled as hard as possible about giving parliament and the public a chance to vote on whether to go ahead with whatever deal they manage to negotiate for Brexit, but they have done nothing to provide information for MPs and the public upon which they can decide how to vote.
This is a major abrogation of responsibility, and is the very opposite of democracy. If the government are unable to act responsibly, and do not support democracy, then they are not fit to govern.