If the tories were actually serious about Brexit May would not have delayed Article 50 until the last possible moment nor ask for 2 extensions. If Boris was serious he would have pulled us out on No Deal the day after he became PM. Since then he has just blamed everyone else why we are still in and like May asked for an extension.
We are no further on than the day after the EU referendum on 23 June 2016 regarding 3 questions.
1) Are we leaving the EU? Yes or No.
2) If we are leaving is it with a deal or not?
3) If we are leaving on what date?
42 months on and these 3 questions remain unanswered.
I suspect more will agree with you in about 6 month's time, when they have the benefit of hindsight.Only Farage is honest about leaving the EU. After 3 years of excuses and betrayals the Tories can't be voted. They will make up more excuses and repeat the same script. People who want Brexit must vote Farage so that he will have enought seats to influence the Tories' government.
Is he as honest as Putin ?Only Farage is honest about leaving the EU. After 3 years of excuses and betrayals the Tories can't be voted. They will make up more excuses and repeat the same script. People who want Brexit must vote Farage so that he will have enought seats to influence the Tories' government.
There are always a couple of nanoseconds where the terrier and the other furry animal look at each other and both know how things are going to turn out.Terriers... spaniels bring them back alive, although with moles that’s not always good, because they’re ungrateful little buggers and can’t half bite...
A real British poster would have better speeling.Well.....come the end of the month we will be shut of those damnable interfeering foreigners and be able to get back to sovereign British values amidst our own people.....like
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