Someone else should lead Brexit and here's who......

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I feel that DAVID CAMERON should lead brexit instead of Theresa May because David was the person who said in his manifesto that he would start BREXIT if he was voted to be Prime Minister. Now Theresa has been voted as Prime Minister after David and has been through the stress and pressure of Brexit so I think Theresa should give David a shout out to say she wants David to do Brext because it is his promblem and decision. Please comment down below if you agree or disagree.Thank you and goodbye!!!!!!!

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  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC 05 Mar 2019

    David Cameron promised to hold a referendum on Brexit, but he campaigned to remain in the EU. When the UK voted to leave, he stepped down as prime minister.

    Why do you think he did this?

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  • John-Ruskin-logo-250x250.jpg flowing_science
    John Ruskin 06 Mar 2019

    Wait Tiff you know I want Jeremy Corbyn to win because he makes more police.

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  • The-Ruth-Gorse-logo-250x250.jpg balanced_singer
    The Ruth Gorse Academy 10 Mar 2019 in reply to Tiff @ the BNC's comment

    "David Cameron was the prime minister and the leader of The Conservative Party. As he did not agree with the decision of the people of the United Kingdom had made to leave the EU, he did not feel that he could lead the negotiations involved in leaving the EU and therefore, resigned."
    This is what myself, witty_petal, champion_lobster and helpful_wallaby wrote in our post, Brexit: A fact file.
    I think David Cameron decided to do this because he had it all planned out. He knew what he wanted to happen at what time.Think of it like this: Period one is Science, period two is Drama, period three is French, period four is PE and period five is History. David Cameron had a timetable with an order of which he wanted to follow. However, what I don't understand is, why did he call a referendum if he knew exactly what he wanted to happen? So, I looked into it and found this on Politico ( I copied and pasted it off of the website ).
    Cameron told the BBC, as he headed off for a morning run on Wednesday: "I don't regret calling the referendum. It was a promise I made two years before the 2015 general election — it was included in the manifesto, it was legislated for in parliament — six out of seven members of all parties voted for that referendum."
    For those of you who don't know what a manifesto is, it's a range of promises that someone gives which persuades you to vote for them. Also, legislated means that it's been made a law.
    So, Cameron had a referendum to decide because: it was part of his promises; he made it law within parliament and six out of seven MPs voted for it.
    Although he stepped down, David Cameron was positive that Theresa May could lead the Brexit negotiations.

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