‘It’s a fudge – not what we voted for’: the Brexit view from Shropshire

The Guardian came to Telford to ask about Brexit

And found what must be the countries only Welder/Evangelist in David Miller.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/15/a-fudge-not-what-we-voted-for-the-brexit-view-from-shropshire

‘It’s a fudge – not what we voted for’: the Brexit view from Shropshire

Theresa May served a cocktail of outrage and pity from Brexiters in the Wrekin constituency

3 thoughts on “‘It’s a fudge – not what we voted for’: the Brexit view from Shropshire

  • November 16, 2018 at 8:50 am
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    It’s what you get when you take a risk like Brexit with no delivery plan in place. No one can deliver what many feel they voted for. The government never expected to lose. It is a fudge. The only question is which flavour!

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  • November 16, 2018 at 9:49 pm
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    It just reflects the negative impact of Brexit who seem to think that voting for a ridiculous brexit gives them the right to express racist views. Sadly this is heard a lot around Telford.

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  • November 21, 2018 at 3:37 pm
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    David Cameron thought that spending £9m on a Project Fear booklet for every UK household would guarantee a Remain outcome. It seems that his government had only planned for that, so he walked and left it to Theresa May, a Remainer. There’s only one party who could deliver the wishes of the UK public and it’s not Con or Lab or Lib. To say that leave voters are xenophobic and racist is a typical comment made by those who show ignorance and need to open their eyes and ears and learn some facts.

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