But it’s not all bad news. ‘Them forriners’ did really well out of the deal.
we really are in it together… including Tory and Brexit voters, most of whom lack the means to profit from Brexit like Aaron Banks will.
We’ll be back just as soon as people see what they voted for. Once they realise that the Gov’t objection to the ‘level playing field’ and the European Court of Justice was that they protected our rights. Once we lose working peoples’ rights and Brits come to understand the impact of losing Erasmus and free-movement […]
Some people said that the NHS would be safe with Boris Johnson and his wealthy backers.
As Boris’ awful withdrawal bill, with all its opportunities for exploitation progresses through the house, I think this short poem is as relevant as it was when I wrote it back in 2018.
Boris’ letter to parliament doesn’t include every possibility. We could simply withdraw article 50
Boris is behaving like a little boy who, having been caught with his hands in the cookie jar is now relying on a technicality (nobody said he couldn’t) to change the obvious reality of the Benn act.
The PM does a Trump,
and trouser-coughs across this land,
Why don’t people understand Labour’s plan re Brexit? It’s simple