Nobody should be too surprised at the peculiar atmosphere of acceptance that permeated the House of Commons this afternoon. A corporacratic wannabe superstate run by incompetent control freaks has just put the UK on probation, with the job of passing May’s deal or revoking Article 50 by October 31st at the latest. The obvious desperation of Brussels not to let the British Cash Cow escape is beyond doubt. But Remainers think the EU is being jolly nice to us, and ever so patient. This is not going to end well.
“May arrives back to face Tory fury,” Sly News afternoon anchor Kate Burley informed us today. Bored of listening to Piggy-eyes Boulton patronising Brexiteers during the morning, I decided instead to watch the PM’s Commons statement uninterrupted on BBC Parliament. It was, by turns, an enervating and revolting spectacle.
If this was Tory fury in action, you’d need…
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