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three years ago, more people voted to leave the European Union than have ever voted for any party or proposition in our history.
ALS parties promised public that they would honor the result.
Sadly, many have since dawn away they could to abandon those promises on to overturn that democratic vote.
And after three years off giver on delay, the left this country risk of being locked forever in the orbit of the U this government will I lead has being trying truly to get us out.
And most people, most people, indeed most supporters of the party opposite, regardless of how they voted three years ago, I think the referendum must be respected.
They want Brexit done.
I want Brexit done and people want aside on October 31st with a new deal, if possible, Bart without one, if necessary Now, 64 days ago, I was told that Brussels would never reopen the withdrawal agreement way.
They are discussing a reopen withdrawal agreement in the negotations that Brussels would never consider alternatives to the backstop trap that keeps the UK effectively in the U But with no say, we're now discussing those alternatives in the negotiations.
I was told Brussels would never consider arrangements that were not permanent.
We're now discussing in the negotiations on arrangement that works on the principle of consent on is not permanent.
I was told there was no chance of a new deal, but we are discussing a new deal on this is in spite of the best efforts of the party opposite on this apartment to wreck our negotiations, Take no deal off the table.
Truth is that the majority in this parliament the majority opposite are not are opposed on not opposed to the so called no deal that this parliament does not want Brexit happen at all on many of those many of those who voted for the Surrender act a few weeks ago said then that their intention was to stop a no deal.
Brexit, they have said every day since that parliament must vote against any deal at all.
I think the people of this country can see very people at home know that I people are gesticulating wildly, Aiken scarcely here, the prime minister myself, I wish to hear statement as other colleagues should also do the prime minister.
The people of this country could see perfectly clearly what is going on.
They know that Parliament does not want to honor its promises to respect to referendum.
People at home know that this parliament will keep delaying.
It will keep sabotaging the negotiations because they don't want a deal.
Speaker, the truth is that members opposite are living in a fantasy world.
But somehow they are going to cancel.
This is what they want to do.
They're gonna cancel the first referendum they're gonna legislate for a second referendum on Parliament will promise that this time that's not the lady opposite Parliament promised that this time it really, really will respect that.
And they think that the public will therefore vote to remain on.
Everybody will forget the last few years.
Speaker, I have to say I think that is an extraordinary delusion on a fantasy, a fantasy even greater than the Communist fantasies peddled by the way, it will not happen.
Public public don't want another referendum that what they want and what they demand is that we honor the promise we made to the voters to respect the first referendum on us to move on to put Brexit behind us on focus on the NHS on violent crime on cutting the cost of living.
And that is why I brought forward a queen speech.
This government intends to present a program for life after Brexit, but some members of this house could not stand that either.
Instead of facing the voters, the opposition turned tail on fled on fled from an election.
Instead of deciding to let the voters decide, they ran for the courts instead.
On despite with that, I followed the exact same process as my predecessors.
In calling a queen's speech, the Supreme Court was asked to intervene in this process for the first time ever.
And it is absolutely no disrespect to the judiciary to say.
I think the court was wrong to pronounce what is essentially a political question at a time, Uh, whatever the strength and intensity of feeling on the passions to which these matters give rise.
We must hear what is being said in the chamber, and I wish to hear the prime minister was wrong to pronounce on what is essentially a political question out of time off great national controversy.
So we have opposition M p's that block on delay everything running to the courts to block and delay even more, including blocking legislation to improve into investing our NHS and keeping violent criminals in jail.
I think people understand outside this house understand what is happening.
They know that nothing could disguise.
The truth is not just that this parliament is gridlocked, paralyzed on refusing to deliver on the priorities of the people.
It's not just unable to move forward.
It's worse than that, Mr Speaker, out of sheer selfishness on political cowardice, willing to move aside and give the people a say they see, MP is demanding that the people should be given a say one week on, then running away from the election that would provide the people with the same.
Worst of all, they seem, or ever more elaborate legal and political maneuvers from the party opposite, which is determined, absolutely determined to say we know best and thumb their noses at the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union.
The leader of the opposition and his party do not trust.
The people leader of the opposition party are determined to throw out the referendum result.
Whatever the cost, they don't care, Mr Speaker about the bill for hundreds of millions of pounds that will come with every week of delay.
They don't care if another year or more is wasted in arguing about a referendum that happened three years ago.
A what matters to them now is an obsessive desire.
Toe overruled the referendum result.
While we want to take our country up a gear to go forward with a fantastic program on accelerated program of investment in infrastructure, in health and education on technology, they are threatening on the handbrake low, Mr Speaker, we will not betray the people who said Way will know that's what they want to do.
We will not abandon priorities that matter to the public on.
We will continue to challenge those opposition parties toe uphold democracy If honorable and right Honorable members opposite so disagreed with this government's commitment to leaving on October the 31st they had a very simple remedy at their disposal.
Did they know they could have voted for a general election?
I have to confess, Mr Speaker, that I was a little shocked to discover the party whose members stood up in Brighton this week and repeatedly on in the most strident terms demanded an election.
I heard them is the very same party whose members already twice this month not once but twice refused the people to the size.
On their next two years, they have demanded an election for twice they have voted against it.
The leader of the opposition changes his mind so often I wonder whether he supported election today or whether the shadow chancellor or the shadow attorney general have ever ruled him again because they know that the voters will judge their manifesto for what it is.
More pointless delay.
Is he going to demand Patties, going to demand an election, then vote against it?
Just if you want to negotiate a new Brexit deal and then vote against that, too?
Is he actually going to vote no confidence in this government?
Is he going to dodge a vote of no confidence in me prime minister in order to escape the verdict of the voters?
I wonder, Does he in his heart even wants to be prime minister anymore?
Hey says, he says.
He says that I should go to Brussels on 17th of October, negotiate another pointless today today, but he doesn't want to go himself.
And even if he did, his colleagues wouldn't let him.
Quite frankly, they recoil.
They recoil at the idea of him negotiating on the people's behalf, representing this country with the likes of Vladimir Putin, let alone you or the molars of Tehran.
Or is it perhaps, that he wants a conservative government?
It will be a curious state of affairs.
Indeed, if Her Majesty's loyal opposition had every faith in the government of the day.
So if in fact the party opposite does not have confidence in the government, they will have a chance to prove it.
They have until house rises, let them listen.
I think they should listen, Mr Speaker.
They have until the house rises today to table a motion of no confidence in the government on we can have that vote tomorrow or any of the other party is the smaller parties fancy ago.
Taken table.
That motion will give me time for a boat.
Will they have the courage to act, or will they refuse to take responsibility on do nothing but delay?
Why wouldn't they?
What are they scared of, Mr Speaker?
This is now well over.
If that's what you're scared of in order.
I ordered appeal to the house toe.
Have some regard toe how our proceedings are viewed by people watching them in the country at large.
Oughta let the remainder of the statement be heard.
A great deal with the prime minister's exaltation But I didn't require it.
I'm pretty content.
What I want to hear is the rest of the statement and then questioning on it.
The Prime Minister.
It's a speaker.
Well, Mr Speaker, Thank you.
Commend this statement to the house.
I say it is time to get Brexit done.
Brexit Done so we respect the referendum.
Get ready!
So we could move on to deal with the people's priorities the NHS, the cost of living.
Let's get Brexit done so we can start to reunite this country after the divisions of the referendum rather than having another one.
It's time for this parliament finally to take responsibility for its decisions.
We decided to call that referendum we promised we promised time and again to respect it.
I think the people of this country have had enough.
This parliament must die the stand aside and let this government get Brexit done or bring a vote of confidence on finally face the day of reckoning with the voters on I commend this statement.
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