OF ALL the political parties battling it out on the campaign trail ahead of tomorrow's general election, only one has committed to ending the Brexit nightmare by unequivocally remaining in the EU.

The Conservative Party and Brexit Party both want to enact Brexit, regardless of the catastrophic consequences on every aspect of life in the UK, and regardless of the mounting evidence that there is no longer a majority in public opinion for such a reckless course of action.

Boris Johnson infamously only decided to campaign for Leave after writing speeches announcing his support for both sides.

As Lib Dem leader, Jo Swinson, said in a speech: “Boris Johnson only cares about Boris Johnson. And he will do whatever it takes, sacrifice whatever is needed, to get what he wants.

“This is a man who decided which side to support in the EU referendum by game-playing whether it would get him the keys to Number 10."

Labour have pledged to go back to the people for a second referendum, but fall short of condemning Brexit as the foolhardy pipe-dream project which so many of its own members know it to be.

Jeremy Corbyn, the so-called Leader of the Opposition, refuses to even offer his personal views on Brexit and the UK’s membership of the European Union, instead abdicating responsibility and leadership by claiming he will remain neutral in such a referendum.

There’s no such ambiguity about the Liberal Democrat position. Brexit will be a disaster for the UK, and threatens the livelihoods, civil rights, and freedoms of millions of people - it may even spell the end of the union of the United Kingdom itself.

Putting an end to the Brexit nonsense would not only set the stage for long-term success, but the country would see immediate benefit from the £50 billion ‘Remain Bonus’, which the Lib Dems would invest into our public services, which have been crippled by years of Tory austerity.

The Tories want Brexit to happen. Labour is utterly divided on the issue. A vote for either will be taken as an endorsement for Brexit, as it was after the general election in 2017.

The only vote that will end the Brexit debacle is a vote for the Liberal Democrats.