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It seems workers at Honda’s Swindon factory are furious with the Conservative government over their cack-handed handling of Brexit.

And who can blame them? Brexit is being blamed for the decision to close the factory and axe 3,500 jobs – albeit one that won’t happen until 2022.

Details are here.

Now consider this worker’s appraisal of the Conservative government’s role in this disaster:

He is absolutely correct.

This is just the latest in a series of Brexit-related closures, redundancies and emigrations. It seems certain there will be many more.

And the more that happen, the more people will come to the same conclusion as the Honda worker, above – until we reach a tipping-point.

After that, I wouldn’t give a farthing for any Conservative MP’s electoral future. Would you?


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