#NoDealBrexit scenarios are HORRIFYING. Good thing Boris Johnson’s going to save us all, innit?

Nightmare scenario: a leaked document has shown exactly how bad the government thinks the future will be without a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU – and this is the man on whom we’re relying to prevent it.

My tongue was well and truly planted in my cheek when I wrote the second sentence of that headline.

I should accentuate that I have not personally seen the leaked documents mentioned by @RussinCheshire but ITV seems to have, and he has a good record, so let’s treat him as if we have and he’s accurate. He says:

It’s a crystal-ball view of a living nightmare-to-come.

So, as I state in the headline, what a relief that Boris Johnson is charging to the rescue and will sort out a deal with European Commission chair Ursula Von Der Leyen in the nick of time!

That’s what the Tories try to do these days, you see. They build up a huge amount of fear and stress over a possible future disaster – then they announce that they have solved the problem in the nick of time.

So there’s no need to worry – right?

Ah, but – oh.

Oh yes, that’s right too.

Boris Johnson has also been accused of being in collusion with a group of hedge fund managers who allegedly funded his campaign to become Tory leader – and prime minister – on condition that he cause a no-deal Brexit, so they can make around £8 BILLION betting against household-name British firms surviving the resulting economic crash.

So perhaps we really are facing the future nightmare after all.

Oh well. At the very least, 17 million or so of us can console themselves with the knowledge that they voted for it and treat it philosophically.

It’s just a shame that’s not an option for the rest of us – the overwhelming majority who either saw this disaster coming and voted against it… or who didn’t even have a chance to register a view.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.


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2 thoughts on “#NoDealBrexit scenarios are HORRIFYING. Good thing Boris Johnson’s going to save us all, innit?

  1. sheridan crew

    Many people voted for a deal that was ‘oven ready’ If the vote had been a No Deal v Remain the outcome May have been different

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