The EU is an antidemocratic project without popular support, says Robert Oulds, chair of the Bruges Group. Calls to stop referendums signal the democratic deficit of the EU, says Matthew Goodwin, Associate Professor at University of Nottingham.
Will Theresa May be able to get Britain to quit the EU? Will the Supreme Court back her calls to leave the union? Is Brexit under threat, and the majority of Brits who voted for Brexit are being ignored and not trusted?
US president-elect Donald Trump and his millions of supporters have done the same as Britain with Brexit. They have sent an unmistakable message to the elite that they are tired of business as usual, says UKIP MEP David Coburn.
A High Court ruling in London has delayed Theresa May from formerly starting Brexit, whcih is just one of many battles she will have to fight if she can start proceedings in March of next year in the Article 50 ‘rat trap’.
If UK PM Theresa May tries to get new Euroskeptic MPs through a general election, they will vote for Brexit and probably a more hard-line Brexit, Richard Wellings from the Institute of Economic Affairs told RT.