October 16, 2020 at 3:53 pm #195910NorthumbironParticipantOffline
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History is awash with quotes on how in times of crisis and adversity the country comes together in a heartwarming show of National Unity.
The “Dunkirk Spirit”. The “Thin Red Line”. “Do or die”. “We’re all in it together”.
So regardless of what party is in power. Regardless of the character of the PM, the fact that we are all suffering as one should surely cross the political spectrum and unite the four kingdoms even more?
Well seemingly not! Northern Ireland back in full lockdown. No entry into Wales. Scotland doing their own thing and the north/south divide in England prised ever further apart. Add to that the widening divisions between rich and poor, young and old, black and white, and you’ll see that this sceptred isle is far from united.
A government of the people, for the people? I think not. A government for the government and sod the people (especially those northwest of Oxford) more like.October 16, 2020 at 6:18 pm #195918
But at least we can look forward to being cut adrift from our largest trading partner group of 27 countries and all those lovely tariffs!!October 16, 2020 at 6:48 pm #195922Deereyme66ParticipantOffline
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What you complaining about Heath? Truss has just won a great deal with the Ivory Coast. Our problems are solved!October 16, 2020 at 8:21 pm #195926
Many apologies Deerey. I’m a broken man after misleading everyone about the consultancy rates of £7320 per day and now this.
Maybe Johnson has forgotten they are called the CONSERVATIVE and UNIONIST party.
The man is wrecking the country for a few wish and his stupid ego!October 16, 2020 at 8:29 pm #195928
Of course Johnson fills me with confidence when he says everything will be alright if we leave with no deal. The man’s at the top of his game and clearly knows and understands his own policies. What could go wrong?
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