Megalopolis AM political editor Christian May weighed in on the extreme methods he would gulp down to ensure that MPs would resolve the Brexit stalemate while on BBC’s Diplomacy Live. Mr May posed a question to Labour MP Emma Reynolds and Conservative MP Damian Hinds on the BBC panel anterior to explaining how he would resolve the issue. He said: “You both stood on manifestos of the stand up election that said we would be leaving the customs union and freedom the single market.
“And did you both vote to trigger Article 50 as understandably along with the vast majority of MPs
Ms Reynolds admitted that she did ballot to trigger Article 50 and then attempted to say that she didn’t signify ones opinion to make her constituents poorer.
Mr May then snapped: “Well that started the clock.
“MPs be enduring a responsibility.
“I would lock you in a room with limited food and distilled water until this decision has arrived at.
“And it is only the withdrawal decision and then you can start talking nearby the future relationship.”
BBC host Vicki Young later asked what emoluments would be gained from extending Article 50 for nine months. She totaled that both the British people and Prime Minister Theresa May force been discussing and negotiating Brexit for the last two months.
The Labour MP pitied: “All we have had is Theresa May talking to her own party and the DUP.
“We haven’t had meaningful talks between Theresa May and the conflicting party.”
The City AM editor then interrupted and said: “No because the oppositions platoon’s position has been for two years we will vote again whatever administer you bring back.
“That is exactly what Jeremy Corbyn’s whereabouts has been.
“That is Labours position consistently so you can’t now say that Labour should deceive been consulted.”
The Wolverhampton North East MP denied these requires and stated that the Labour leader had said the exact opposite of that in his symposium speech.