Remainers won’t be gloating after an election.


Today the Romford MP Andrew Rosindell writes for the Havering Daily.

There are two very different moods across the country today. When I spoke at two public meetings on Monday evening at St. Alban’s Church and Tuesday evening at Havering Road Methodist Church, my constituents were frustrated and angry with the Brexit situation. They made it clear that they want us to get out of the EU as soon as possible: they are sick and tired of the chaos and delays caused by a ragtag bunch of opposition MPs and rebels.

Mr Rosindell outside Margaret Thatcher House in Romford.

On Tuesday morning, I switched on the television to watch Remainers gloating and happy after the Supreme Court decision overturning the prorogation of Parliament. While Europhile elites pat themselves on the back, I know that my constituents in Romford will be seething. 

What we saw today was the latest in a string of attempts to undermine the government in its negotiations with Europe and to stop us from leaving the EU on the 31st of October. The tactics Remainers are turning to now are not just offensive to the millions of people across this country that voted to leave. They also undermining the British constitution and the traditions of our country which go back hundreds of years.

An independent judiciary. An apolitical Monarch. A neutral speaker. Respect for parliamentary procedure. These things are the basis of our political system. In attempting to go against the will of the British people and overturn the democratic result of the referendum, Remainers have done immense damage to our country. 

There are two reasons why Remainers are being forced to turn to increasingly desperate strategies to stop Brexit. Firstly, we now have a Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, who is willing to do whatever it takes to deliver Brexit and get us out of the EU without any more delays or extensions. 

Secondly, the Remainers know that they don’t have the support of the people. This is the fundamental problem with their strategy.

It’s why they have to turn to constitutional technicalities to pass legislation, since they cannot form a government of their own. It’s why they relied on the courts to overturn a decision made by the elected government of this country. This is the reason why they repeatedly refused the chance to fight a General Election and put their case to the British people.

Remainers should be careful what they wish for. While they gloat on television, the voters at home are turning off their TVs in disgust. A General Election is now inevitable, and I don’t think that Remainer’s attempts to stop Brexit and overturn democracy will go down as well with the British public as they do in the Westminster bubble. When we win that election and leave the European Union, I hope it will be a strong message to the political establishment that British democracy is still alive and well, despite the damage their tactics may have done to our constitution.

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4 thoughts on “Remainers won’t be gloating after an election.

  • 26th September 2019 at 12:09 pm

    Remainers are also some of your constituents Mr Rosindell, Maybe you should moderate your language in regards to them/us.

  • 26th September 2019 at 3:13 pm

    I wonder what’s in it for you? Shorting the pound or the fear of the January 2020 EU Tax directives?

  • 27th September 2019 at 5:06 pm

    If every Remainer in Romford voted for the same party I think we would be gloating as your reign of terror comes to an end. Love the hypocrisy of your immigration stance when you made a backroom deal with Newham to house their residents. On a local level you are everything you claim the EU to be.

  • 27th September 2019 at 9:06 pm

    Rosindell dismisses those who voted remain with disdain. He needs to recognise that they represent half of the voters in the referendum. He also needs to recognise that 17.4m people in a population of 65m does not represent “the views of the people” as he and his right wing associates continually claim. The kind of language he and his leader uses demonstrates that the Tories are no longer a “one nation” party. They are now becoming a right wing fringe party demonstrably only concerned about the rich and privileged – just look at their taxation policies, reducing corporation tax from 26% to 17% and personal taxation for the higher paid – meanwhile subjecting the disabled and dispossessed to punishing regimes and subjecting the rest of us to austerity, destroying our NHS, our public services and any vestige of a caring, sharing society. The very antithesis of what makes us British. They have devalued themselves and diminished our standing in the rest of the world. Those Tory friends that I have are disgusted at what the Tory Party has become!


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