Thursday, 22 June 2017

Brexit Briefing: Hard, Soft, Poached, Boiled, Scrambled or Fried?


Everyone has a different view on Brexit: hard, soft, poached, boiled, scrambled or fried.

I suggest The Times and The Sunday Times launch a campaign to over-turn the result of the referendum.

It is abundantly clear that the politicians cannot agree on what Brexit actually means.

How then, could the voters have known what leaving or remaining in the EU actually meant as they popped their cross in that damned box?


Ban Brexit.

Keith Grant 
So the talk now is of managed immigration, as all but the wildest Brexiters recognise is needed as the economy will collapse otherwise. Germany has hinted some version of this might be possible. Even Ukip supports it.
So why bother with Brexit and risk the huge economic and trade disruption it will bring? Stay in the single market and customs union, especially as the European economy starts to rev up and Britain's stagnates.
As to taking back sovereignty, this government has shown what a pig's ear they have made of what they control now. The UK in any case is not in the euro, not in Schengen. The take back control line is a joke. It's about time the nation realised it has been mugged by the Tory party over Brexit.
Such a waste of time.

@Keith Grant Everyday there are more and more people who would be in total agreement with everything you are saying.
If Rupert Murdoch read the comments under every single article that has anything at all to do with Brexit even he would change his tune. (Going back to well before the actual referendum)
There is simply no appetite for Brexit.