Opinion polls have shown a clear majority now thing Brexit was a bad idea, but I have no idea how that would translate into a mandate for applying to rejoin. I bet loads of people think "Well it's been a total disaster but we've done it now, got to respect democracy, rejoining would only mean more upheaval, blah blah blah."It's becoming more and more acceptable for people to state the totally fucking obvious now, baby steps and all that, but at least more and more places are openly pointing to the problems of brexit. It's not going away.
Mishal Husain: Would membership of the single market boost growth & change our current economic outlook?
Jeremy Hunt: "I don't think it's the right way to boost growth, because it would be against what people were voting for when they supported brexit"
Sadiqkhan; Let’s be honest: Brexit isn’t working. British exporters are struggling, our living standards are falling and the UK is now the only G7 country with a smaller economy than before the pandemic. Unless we face up to the harm Brexit is causing we can't start to address it.
Like the nutters frotting themselves silly over Truss and Kwarteng's insane scheme, saying "at last, a real Conservative budget!", before the markets and IMF made them get back in their basket.Yeah, in amongst the articles desperately claiming the Tories are 'socialist' for doing things The Telegraph doesn't like.
Breaking! Asylum seekers are given free eggs while hard working Brits are denied the great British breakfast. We'll name and shame those supplying eggs to illegals!