#THE #PRESENT #POSITION OF #BRITAINS #GOVERNMENT AND ITS #INTERNATIONAL #REPUTATION AT THE #PRESENT

Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob

Thus say I that now that thou art in the process of forming cross party consensus and discussions over the involvement of all the governing political parties; which should also include the main UK governments opposition party; of the UK to take part in the Brexit negotiations as has the EU already so done at this time. If the entire main parties of the UK can agree to formulate a negotiating strategy that will be in the end profitable to both the EU and the UK and be conducted in an atmosphere of friendship and constructive cooperation between both the EU and the UK. Then does it not follow that until plans are in place for another general election that Britain should be governed on the same basis in other words all the main parties getting together to govern the UK by constructive agreement that will be to the benefit of the whole of the UK instead of the constant conflict bickering cat calling infighting and falling out betwixt all the parliamentary parties that does not profits anyone especial the public of the UK and even the government itself. But more so the international reputation of the government of Britain in the state it’s in when at the moment it looks like unto a ship that is beginning to sinking but the crew are more interested in fighting over who is going run the ship now that the captain is no longer capable of doing so and have become unaware of the ship condition.

This is the Word of the Lord God to thee

from the prophet of the Lord

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