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There May be trouble ahead

December 21, 2018 12:08 AM

The Westminster Government has decided to "ramp up" preparations in case there is a no deal Brexit.

In yet another twist in the ludicrous tale of Mrs May's unrelenting drive towards the cliff edge £2bn has been put aside in case the planned leaving date of 29 March is reached without a deal having been agreed on by MPs

They plan to send 140,000 letters to businesses warning them to take precautions in the event this catastrophic event happens. Not seething that we ever saw on the side of a bus.

Did those who voted leave know really know what they were voting for? How many of them still think that we can return to some sort of imaginary utopia of yesteryear?

All those who think we should "just leave" have absolutely no idea it seems of the damage that leaving the EU is going to cause. Presumably they are happy with the Prime Minister bending over backwards to accommodate the backstabbers in her own party?

This Conservative government are a complete shambles, more concerned with their own internal battles and point scoring than the future of this country.

Meanwhile Corbyn and his plastic army have given them the support they needed all the way. We need to put the brakes on Brexit. It is getting very close to being too late.