The Benefits of a Tory Brexit

  1. You get to queue for hours to get abroad
  2. You have red tape, delays and extra costs
  3. You can’t work, travel or study abroad without major obstacles
  4. The cost of labour has gone up so the cost of living has gone up
  5. We have massive costs with extra staff and facilities at borders carrying out unnecessary checks on goods and people
  6. We have huge lorry parks for delayed goods
  7. We have the break up of the UK with Northern Ireland and Scotland in dire straits
  8. We have food rotting in fields, fishermen losing their market, hotels and caterers with staff shortages, no carers, NHS staff shortages
  9. We have a loss of trade with firms moving abroad or going bust through delays, loss of markets or additional costs, tariffs, red tape and staff shortages.
  10. We have massive price increases in the shops and shortages of many goods.
  11. We are replacing, at great cost, cheap EU workers, with more expensive workers from Africa and India.
  12. We have worse trade deals with distant countries.

We do, however, have a lot of very wealthy people, like Rees-Mogg, who made a fortune out of it!!

Welcome to Tory Brexit!! The impoverished land of lies and deception. Guess how many million Boris Johnson will have made out of Brexit and his job as PM?? Watch all the money pouring in.

Ever been duped???

2 thoughts on “The Benefits of a Tory Brexit

  1. I hate to admit it but I voted for brexit!
    I voted that way due to having very little understanding of how the E.U. works and the real benefits of it. I may have also believed some of the lies. It really pains me now that I voted that way. My particular problem was with the European council, not that matters now as you cannot influence anything from the outside. It turned out that there was no real information about the E.U. at the time of the vote, unless you had already researched it and understood it.
    Worst mistake of a generation and the real culprits got richer with no comebacks.
    I can now only hope we get a chance to vote again on this issue and can only apologise for my stupidity that effects the next generation.

    1. It takes real bravery to admit a mistake. Yes, I think that Cameron and the Remain campaign were absolutely woeful. They did not explain the benefits and tragic outcomes properly. They left the Brexiteers to put out a complete lying fantasyland.

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