‘Annoyed’ caller attacks Lib Dems ‘hell-bent’ on flouting democracy ‘what don’t they get?’

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AN ENRAGED Remainer launched a scathing attack on the Liberal Democrats for ignoring democracy as they’re “hell-bent” on staying in the European Union. The caller voiced his anger at the party on LBC.

The caller who was introduced as Graham, rang in regarding Liberal Democrat MP Chuka Umunna questioning the democracy of ITV having a TV debate between only Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.  Graham said: “I’m more miffed about the fact that the bloke who was on earlier was banging on about the democracy of not having a three-party (debate) on TV.” The LBC host Nick Ferrari replied: “This is the debate that Chuka Umunna was referring where Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn will be lined up against each other on ITV.”

The caller continued: “They should have three parties on it for democracy but he is going on about democracy this fella but what about the democratic vote?

“If he is cracking on about democracy, what about the democratic vote of the people that voted out and they’re hell-bent on staying in?

“I’m a Remain voter as well I’m just annoyed by the so-called democracy of it all.

“There is no democracy at all because everyone is going in the opposite direction.”

He continued: “All the Remainers and I’m a Remainer don’t get me wrong.

“But it is just annoying, what part of democracy don’t or do they understand?”

Nick Ferrari replied: “Your anger is because he is doing all he can to frustrate Leave?”

Graham responded: “Yes it is, if they do not end up going out there could be civil war in this country if we are not careful.”

Mr Ferrari said: “One would hope not Graham but it is interesting that you’re a Remain supporter.”

This follows Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson confirming that she and other Remainer parties were set to form a “Remain Alliance” in an attempt to block Brexit.

According to the MailOnline, Ms Swinson hinted that the alliance could involve a pact across 60 seats.

This would pose a huge threat to Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party securing their place as the Government who oversee Brexit.

Talks have been underway between the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party to maximise their chances in key constituencies ahead of the December 12th election.

The pact would see two of the three parties stand aside in order to free up more votes for the favoured one.

The move towards a pact will look to replicate the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election, where Plaid and the Greens chose not to field candidates in order for the Lib Dems to beat the Tories.

The Sunday Times reported that the Lib Dems have already agreed to stand aside for the Greens in the Isle of Wight and Brighton Pavilion, where MP Caroline Lucas sits.

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