Since 2016 Britain embarked on it's mission to vote on it's place to remain a member of the European Union by a simple question of remain or leave. by 52% to 48% of voters in favour of leave, our poorly, or not so poorly judged Prime Minister David Cameron and his Tory party in favour of remaining in the EU got it wrong. Evidently causing him to resign and a leadership race promoting Theresa May to "steer the ship" for Britain's withdrawal from the EU and making her Priminister by no public choice.
Soon after was a choice without parliamentry backing or prior preparation for consiqences by Theresa May to envoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon formally starting a two year clock on our EU membership.
Since then cuts to money, proposals to allow sex offenders to adpot, tax increase, strain on all public services, funding cuts, homelessness rising and establishments folding. Her handling of Grenfell survivors was utterly appauling, as was her handling of claimant payments for her poverty trap Universal Credit.
Nobody in Britain longer is in favour of her, civilians wish the woman dead and by historic principle her shambolic and irresponsible actions in my view condem Theresa May and all member's of her own current and prior cabinet member's of David Cameron's Conservative & Unionist Party who contributed toward any planning, responsibility or motive towards achieving what she and her ultimately the fractured party can't deliver.
I imagine a dissolution of religion and a fight for the Irish Republic will shortly folloa along with the possibility of the agreement to destroy the channel tunnel making goods and services thereby harder to reach both Britain and EU.
This is what I did not vote for in 2016 and since then I have taunted the word Treason when I describe the betreying martyr of Theresa May.
Treason is not a word to be used lightly in this betraying case I think it is a valid point.