MUCH though I normally respect Alison Rowan’s opinions, she is wrong to suggest (“) that the Brexit conundrum can be solved by a General Election. First, the election cannot be confined to Brexit, but will be influenced by other issues such as austerity and whether a party leader is seen as a credible PM. Secondly, almost certainly the winning party, and its manifesto, will have the support of only a minority of the electorate. Thirdly, it means further delay, when we have only 15 weeks less t .