With the UK set to leave the EU next month, Sky News asks the public what they think of their MP’s and the Brexit process.
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it makes who think what was up on the vault in it they give us what they did like what they don't wanna know if we don't come out I'll never bored . remain is very simple creatures we just want to remain britain is tearing itself apart over brexit democracy's dead I'm not gonna vote because I vote in it didn't can't this government needs to be honest with the British people and they're not and that is a massive problem three years on from the referendum and Britain still hasn't left what happens when the majority don't get what they voted for we've got open rebellion it's literally open rebellion against the people the very pillars of our democracy government Parliament the courts now going head-to-head what's at stake if a brexit deal can't be struck as the possibility that that piece is going to be broken by a return to checkpoints Britain is is broken I'm not sure that everything can be put back together again no ever since the referendum there have been people protesting outside the Parliament on both sides of the debate and there are determined committed lot and I think it's a good place to start people asked me who I'm gonna vote out I've no idea why should I vote why should I respect anybody else's vote in future when they don't respect mine from the 23rd of June 2016 democracy's dead I'm not gonna vote because I vote in it didn't count I'm some sort of second-class citizen who doesn't count it's so soon it's it's more serious than brexit do we have democracy in this country or not and my understanding is no we don't I understand that a single person might have known what they voted for but get any too remote to leave voters next to each other they're not necessarily going to agree you get to remain it's together they're going to agree we just want to remain I wanted to know more about the protesters and what drives them to stand here all day so I have a loud voice and you know I'm not afraid to use it democracy is all about drawing a line in the sand and this is about democracy now and the banner is just so another way of reinforcing it the simple placard the simple message is what what gets over and I've got an old bit of timber lying around in there in the stables and the the marker it needs to be black it needs to be simple it needs to be as wide as possible pop along to the local art shop and see what they've got job done you enter the debate there is no greater disloyalty than the elected class ignoring the will of the people you know it was a clear majority to leave the EU and they are doing their damnedest to not leave the EU that's that's disloyalty of the highest order I don't normally dress up in a in a crazy costume but what else is there to do what else is there to do we need our voices heard and and the parliamentarians need to hear that there's passion out there Jeff isn't alone we've carried out a national poll asking if people have faith in Parliament after brexit 75 percent said faith in Parliament had been damaged lot number 207 we have the docs watercolor picture baby curry nice one again soppy a fight in 308 fries with you your bit at 3 in advance or three that sense of disillusionment in Parliament is being felt right across the UK places like Port Talbot in Wales voted out while the Labour MP here voted to remain truth is many leave voters here expected to have left by now the first person I meet at this auction is an Beynon who voted leave we don't come out I'll never bought full stop definitely and I think a lot of people feel the same way so as I say I don't know where it's gonna end but it's just a mess they want this to both again again if you can't honor the first one no I'm not interested in voting again and as I said if we don't come out I'll never bought again as I was laid by I get chatting to Steve Jones he tells me he'll never vote labour again either it makes you think what was the point of all tenor do you only mean what was the point of end so all in all you feel like you feel like the MPs have obviously they all have an age you know I mean you're acting like a lot of kids up and we're so instead you see another night show you this pathetic don't only mean we don't understand we do understand of your love it I like the MPs but they give us of what they did like the mob they don't want it it's it's a few that I hear all over the place I mean this guy can hardly contain his his anger he voted he says to leave he believes he's been absolutely ignored by MPs says they're taking that the mick out of him and you see you see the anger that gentlemen like that are expressing all across this area all across this part of Wales we asked people if they thought their MP was doing a good or bad job reflecting their views on brexit most 41% said they thought their MP was doing a bad job with only 1/4 thinking they were doing a good job it's clear that brexit has driven a wedge between MPs and some of their constituents with Parliament unlawfully suspended the Labour MP here Stephen Kinnick is back on his patch kennix caught between his constituents and his own party trying to please both he wants labour to renegotiate a deal and respect the referendum result and so I wanted to talk to him about some of the things his constituents had told me should they trust you well I think if those who look at the way that the Labour Party has shifted towards a second referendum position we'll have seen that I have not shifted at all I am saying exactly the same thing now as I was three years ago after the referendum result and so I hope my constituents will say well he is actually prepared to swim against the tide he's prepared not to who don't have a choice don't here you've got no choice but to to face this community and say look my party might be pretty much a romaine party now but listen guys I'm not I'm with you I mean it's a fight for survival for MPs like you I I am saying to you hand on heart that even if my constituency had voted remain I would be taking the position that I do because I'm a Democrat and I play like believe in playing by the rules I don't think that it's healthy at all for our democracy to hit the people against Parliament in that way because then it's no longer a debate about policies and about what people stand for it's about who you are and what is your identity much of the anger I saw here in Wales was over Parliament's handling of brexit but elsewhere if Westminster can't get brexit right they run the risk of opening up old wounds this is the unresolved issue in brexit the UK government is under a lot of pressure to come up with an approach to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland if the UK leaves the EU without a deal it's so sensitive here because people know what border checks can lead to the IRA coming to our home they held us hostage agree of both Bloody Sunday and marches and demonstrations my heroes were the IRA at midnight at the broad Patsy I'm here and he said cabarrus and he said don't worry girl I'll be home soon everything will be all right our enemies with the the loyalist community and in my ace sort of everybody was against us he was chained to a van loaded with 1200 pounds of explosives he was used to a human bomb the age of 18 it was approached by some budding you to become a Republican activist and at that time I didn't hesitate I said yes I had to tell my 18 year old son on the phone noted murdered his daddy mrs. okay yeah Kathleen and Anne have struck up the most unlikely friendship and I've come to meet them here because I want to understand their concerns I don't want to go back to heaven des open me Burton open me Barnett and let them check it out just just to go on a visit you know and then when you look at the way my husband's death was the check point was at the border do you think enough consideration was given to happen absolutely not I don't think any consideration must give them really whatsoever and and even though you at this late stage people still people in England Scotland and Wales only know butts and pieces what they've heard them you use they haven't loved here they don't know what it's been like it's very very fragile do you have faith in Parliament and also and also in the background that I grew up and I never had faith in an in Parliament that was sitting in Westminster but what is making this a but more worrying is the possibility that that piece is going to be broken by a return to checkpoints anin kathleen to remarkable women who have first-hand knowledge of what can happen in communities when divisions are put in place when checkpoints are put in place and they are now looking to Westminster for answers about what the Irish border might look like after brexit having voted to remain in the EU we face know been taking out against our will there are some signs that all the antics down in Westminster could be changing opinion amongst some people here in Scotland just look at some recent opinion polls and you'll see that one big issue one that had arguably gone a bit quiet over the last few years could be making a comeback now the last three years have shown beyond any doubt that for Scotland the Westminster system is broken and you know what else has been broken the promises Westminster made to the people of Scotland they have been broken to the Scottish nationalists cibrex it as their second bite and independence a chance to make a run for it I feel that breaks it's exposed fissures and cracks that were there already and it's it's made them wider but it shone a light on them in a way that I think everybody in the whole of the UK know has to recognize that we want different things we want to go in different variations I've come to see Karen Campbell an ex-cop now author sick of Westminster and sick of brexit for me in Scotland what's happening at Westminster probably always was a bit chaotic but it's it's showing it up for what it is it's illuminated it really brightly that I guess rather than people seeing or should have got me independent it's no a case for thinking what is there left for us in Britain white why should be Steve what is Scotland's future if whatever we revolt will always be disregarded and then something as major as this constitutional change we just have to suck up and go along with with what our larger neighbor South have chosen with people pulling in different directions the main political parties are now gearing up for a general election we asked if an election would solve brexit the majority 53% didn't think a general election was the answer but an election is coming it's not if but when the result of that election will tell the story of where the United Kingdom is right now and where it is heading you