However, it is clear that Parliament is not at all happy with her Withdrawal Agreement which is loathed by Brexiteers and Remainers alike and was defeated by a record 230 votes Link1. So to try and say it is "my deal or no deal" is not an honourable thing to do. As we get closer to Brexit day it is clear that neither business or road hauliers Link2 are prepared for a no deal Brexit, no one even knows the UK WTO tariff structure Link3 in the event of no deal. Nissan is cancelling its X trailer plans in Sunderland, Ford is considering a possible 7,000 job cuts Link4, the head of Airbus Link5 is clearly stating that its investment in the UK is under severe threat, business and consumer confidence is plummeting Link6 along with investment plans Link7 and consumers are reluctant to spend as they are fearful of losing their jobs.
Theresa May has caused all of this by her incompetence in drawing red lines about leaving the customs union, leaving the single market and ruling out accepting rulings of the European Court of Justice. She is responsible for the crappy deal she has negotiated. She has tried at every step to bypass parliament and prevent the publication of damaging documents. She has continually tried to stop parliament having a meaningful vote. She has appointed an awful team of negotiators and Brexit ministers. In my opinion she is not fit for any office of state let alone the post of Prime Minister. A country's future should not be determined by the narrow minded views of a single individual. She should do the decent thing and resign, if she continues to blackmail Parliament then Parliament must take the step of passing a motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister and eject her from number 10.