Gina Miller makes SHOCK admission about leaving EU that Brexiteers will not be expecting
Speaking to Krishnan Guru-Murthy on his Channel 4 podcast ‘Ways to Change the World’, Mrs Miller announced the three things she thinks will improve upon leaving the EU.
She said: “There are some really positive things about Brexit, I think there are three.
“One is we are going to have a conversation post-Brexit, whatever the outcome is, about devolution and how devolving power of policy and finance will work.
“The second thing is we will start looking at this debate about is there somewhere between representative democracy and direct democracy, is there something more fit for the 21st, 22nd, 23rd century?
“Thirdly I think we are going to be talking about codifying part of our constitution which is something we need to progress and evolve.
“I think there are some really good outcomes that could come as a domestic agenda.”
The Anti-Brexit campaigner also said that the Conservative Party is facing a ‘devil’s choice’ between calling a general election and a second referendum in order to get Brexit negotiations moving.
Mrs Miller said: “More MPs are realising they need to put their country before their party, and that this is not about tribalism and how party politics has played out in the past.
“There are lots of problems with an election. Labour, will do everything they can to have an election. The Conservatives, who are deeply tribal, will do everything to avoid an election.
“And they are the ones in power, so if they don’t want an election – and this is going to be, if you like, a devil’s choice for them – then they give it back to the people.
“Politically they’re the ones [The Conservative Party] who could actually ensures that a people’s vote happens.”
Guru-Murthy challenged Miller’s statement that the Conservatives would consider holding another referendum, asking simply: “Well why would it?”
Mrs Miller replied: “Well how do they get themselves out of this mess?
“The other thing to remember is whose hands are going to be dirtied by Brexit? If your political hand is to stay clean, then you give it back to the people.”
During her podcast interview, Ms Miller said that she believed that remaining in the EU would mean that “we would have an opportunity to go in and demand quite a lot” as “civil servants and lawyers” in Brussels are “highly valued” and that the EU would be reluctant to lose British talent.
She added: “There are three options in my mind. Ms May will come back with whatever she can negotiate out of the EU, or no deal, or we’ll have to look at what does remaining and reforming look like, because you cannot go back to the status quo.”