John Bercow should either resign or be removed from his position as Speaker of the House of Commons. The speaker should be impartial and should not make remarks that could cause embarrassment to the Government of the day.
John Bercow has made the most unbelievably political remarks for a Speaker and I cannot see how he can carry on. He is commenting on the immigration policy of another country. How can he stay as Speaker?
He should be forced to stand in Parliament and apologize for his remarks. The band-wagon around Donald Trump knows no bounds, even people in positions like John Bercow seem to want some of the action and grab headlines. What a pity The Speaker of the House of Commons couldn’t remain dignified and impartial, he has shamed Britain by being so ridiculous.
You have to see this video, it just shows how uncomfortable the truth can be sometimes. I have never voted UKIP and don’t believe I ever would but sometimes a politician comes along who just says it as it is, or as you think it; but would never actually say. What a shame he did not stay in the Conservative Party, it’s a real shame, the more politicians speak the truth the better.
The European Parliament should be ashamed of itself, it is totally undemocratic and heading toward massive failure. People will only be ruled in this way for so long and then it will all come crashing down.
Thank goodness for that, we are now on the long road to being free from the European Union. Parliament voted by a large majority 498-114 in favour of authorising the government to trigger article 50, the process for leaving the EU.
I believe that Theresa May is tough enough to either get a good deal or stick to her word and walk away without a deal if necessary. It would be very damaging to Europe if she was placed in that position, Britain would be forced to attract business by offering lower tax rates for inward investment than the EU can offer, they would lose business.
Hopefully a good deal for both sides will be reached but if not we are still better off controlling our own borders, making our own laws and kicking out our own Government every five years if we decide to in a General Election. I would much rather live under those conditions than have a European commissioner that I do not know, making rules that I have to live under with no direct way of holding him/her to account. Those that say we do have those rights, referring to European Parliament elections, know full well that no one pays any attention to those elections. In the minds of British people it has and will always be about our Parliament and the MP’s we send there.