Should the UK Rejoin the EU?

What is becoming clearer by the minute is that Brexit has been a complete disaster for the country – drowning us in red tape, driving businesses out of business or abroad, starving us on investment and reducing our GDP by 4%.

All that guff about oven-ready deals,sunlit uplands, global Britain and the Brexit Dividend was just Tory ERG propaganda and soundbites thought-up by Cummings and Johnson. The reality is just as predicted.

Boris Johnson chose Brexit in order to become Prime Minister (and shit he was at it too – but it has made him extremely wealthy!). Cummings was just an evil little shrew with megalomaniac tendencies. The ERG are a bunch of extreme nationalistic nutcases (some of whom made a lot of money out of Brexit) and the Tory Party saw it as a vehicle to get them into power.

As was repeated said by the more intelligent commentators – Brexit is a disaster. That was labelled as project fear and lies repeatedly put on the side of busses and displayed on billboards while the Tory media spewed the lies they were being fed with.

It now seems that a majority of the population have sween through these lies. The majority want to rejoin.

Brexit is one great failure.

While the EU has many aspects that need addressing, it is the biggest market going and totally necessary if we are to be successful. The economy matters. It determines our salaries, pensions and public services. I’m fed up with these rich kids selfishly bleeding us dry.

The sooner we get back into the single market and customs union the better. We don’t have to rejoin the political side – just the economic!

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2 thoughts on “Should the UK Rejoin the EU?

    1. I think they would. It would be mutually beneficial. We’re still an important economy. Might have to grovel a bit though and show that we are no longer beholden to those scummy nationalist extremists.

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