Commenting following the recent Cabinet meeting at which Prime Minister Theresa May reaffirmed "Brexit means Brexit" Sajjad has stated:
Leaving the EU is an enormous challenge, the outcome affecting many future generations.
Reiterating her tough approach Prime Minister May has ruled out a possible second referendum, telling Cabinet "We must continue to be very clear that 'Brexit means Brexit', that we're going to make a success of it. That means there's no second referendum; no attempts to sort of stay in the EU by the back door; that we're actually going to deliver on this”
She also ruled out holding a vote in Parliament and the Government has again said we will not accept free movement of EU workers after Brexit, nevertheless still wanted "unique" access to the single market. But we will not get one without the other!
The PM is rightly giving full commitment of her office to allow Boris Johnson, Liam Fox and David Davies an unqualified opportunity to deliver the promises they made to the British people in the referendum. They therefore have no excuse not to deliver.
Difficulties will emerge if their delivery diverges from their promises and whether this will be an acceptable form of Brexit. Exiting Britain into a vacuum will not be satisfactory to the PM so now leading Brexiteers must come up with the goods and present the alternatives to EU membership.
Any more uncertainty just makes it much harder to get a position together and to even start negotiations. I don't think that uncertainty is in anyone's interests at his stage.
Whilst the markets may have recovered from the post Referendum dive, much ambiguity remains both medium and long term with our EU exit strategy still undecided. The PM knows total commitment is required to ensure that Britain thrives outside the EU and build market confidence.