The main gist of his speech appears to be that we must have a Customs Union of some sort. Which of course is Labour's main strategy this week. Which of course is now forcing TMay's much expected speech this week to be rewriten yet again no doubt.
Rees Mogg right now is throwing some scathing personal anti Major insults out in an attempt to discredit him.
Does the government still maintain that the national Brexit divisions are near to healing...?
John Major has been waiting to do this for a long time, but he's yesteryear's man, and I doubt that many people will be convinced by his sour-grapes rationale.
When you ask the populace a question, you'll get an answer. It's no good getting all spiteful, and arguing for another chance to ask the same question, just because you didn't like the first answer.
It's time John Major stopped believing that he still has any real influence over events and took up rose-growing or stamp collecting, instead of spitefully trying to stab the current Prime Minister in the back.
When will these disgruntled politicians realise that you can't just repeating Referendums(?) until they get the result they want. Might just as well not bother in the first place and just impose their wishes on us.
Yup... still as split as ever. And therein lies the problem for decades to come.
It's simply not good enough for the Brexit camp to keep repeating the opposite condescension and spitefulness. No real attempt to unite is still blatantly obvious with a PM that is controlled by the Utopian toff majority in her party, and by not engaging with the whole of parliament as a united force with a common interest... the UK.