Friday, 23 June 2017

Brexit Briefing: One Year After The Referendum.

I am extremely unhappy that I am to be stripped of my European citizenship.

I have absolutely no faith in the Brexit  process.

I feel embarrassed to be a (reluctant)  victim of a warped democratic process.

I am angry that HM government is so weak and wobbly.

I am very angry that while GB is under siege from terrorists we are turning our backs on our allies.

I am disgusted to be living in a country where the richest borough fiddles the books and a towering inferno occurs killing dozens of innocent people.

I support the ECHR. (I dread to think what would be going on without it)

I have no faith in our PM.

I would accept an olive branch from Tusk. 

Why is this happening? Does anyone really BELIEVE Brexit is a good idea? And I mean, 'believe' not just a stubborn 'we won, get over it' stupid answer.

Donald Tusk said today that he can 'imagine' GB deciding to stay after all and he quotes John Lennon.I do hope he's right. 
It's exactly one year ago today that we held the referendum. The country is still split. The government has a minority and is in a mess. The Brexit talks are underway, Theresa May is being as stubborn as ever. 
Here is my version of 'Imagine.'

Imagine there's no Brexit
It's easy if you try
No hell ahead of us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today

Bloody Brexit.