Well, Theresa May has gone and done it - called a snap general election for the UK. Well, snappish.
I am not very surprised, all the opposition parties and the unelected upper house are against Brexit. There are even unhappy people in her own party.
But none of the opposition parties are really fit to rule and the opinion of the upper house is, in the outcome, just that, they have only the power to debate and delay (waste of space and money mostly, even though I find myself agreeing with them so often).
So, she is shuffling the decision back to the people. But will we get the true facts out of them so that we can make an educated, considered and balanced decision? Fat bloody chance! We will get the same unreliable economists' predictions and political clap trap I think.
Now, what do I do? Go with my still strong instincts for Remain and vote for a bunch of Labour (no way do I want Corbyn as PM) or Liberal idiots or break a life long tradition and vote Conservative - a party that gies against more of my principles than the others?
Or vote Green, if they have someone standing here, so I don't totally waste my franchise.?