A reminder of what Brexit means

British people really voted to put these idiots in charge of the UK, with no brakes on their power.

As Theresa May prepares to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and start negotiations with the European Union for the UK’s departure from that organisation, the following landed on This Writer’s Twitter feed:

To this, Clare Hepworth OBE then added: “BUT it WAS the EU who offered financial help towards food banks as I recall. Cameron turned it DOWN !”

Put the blame where it’s due, folks.

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5 thoughts on “A reminder of what Brexit means

  1. NMac

    I had no idea that Cameron refused EU financial help towards Food Banks, but it comes as no surprise that the corrupt and fraudulent Nasty Party refused such help. I note they never refused the EU subsidies that went to millionaire landowners.

  2. Barry Davies

    The eu actually offered us some of our own money back ? The eu didn’t actually enact the sale of the family jewels but their legislation required it of course.

  3. chriskitcher

    Don’t bother Mike the idiots that voted for Brexit have only themselves to blame for their denigration of living standards. Retainers need to join forces and make clear that the idiocy of Brexit has to be attacked more violently than at present.

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