The Brexit Election?
Then why is one major party ignoring that issue?
In a couple of days, that portion of the British electorate who can be bothered (usually around 30%) will go to the polls in one of the most unusual General Elections in recent history.
This election has been called at remarkably short notice. It is being held late in the year -a time usually avoided in the hope that this islands’ notoriously unpredictable weather will not effect turn-out. It has been called by a Prime Minister who has been in office only a few months, who has no majority and has failed to get a single…