Thursday, 8 June 2017

Brexit Briefing: The Whistle..

 I have accepted the result of the referendum, I didn't like it, that much is obvious.





However I believe that now the whistle has been blown the game has to be played. (In this case though, it's more of a tournament)
 I am not prepared to idly watch the game from the sidelines, or walk away picking my nose displaying a total lack of interest in the tactical expertise of all the teams in the tournament. I want to keep a close eye on the referees and all the players.
I want to question any decision I believe to be wrong. I want the referees and the linesmen to show fairness, I don't want a bunch of bullies to referee the games.
No-one can predict the outcome of Brexit. Predictions are just educated guesses which is why we have to play the game. And as in a  game what happens off the field matters.

Finally we would do well to remember that last year's wins don't mean anything.
Bloody Brexit.