Posted by: westlancashirerecord | January 15, 2019

The First No Deal Positive Polling In Global Britain

 The Sunderland Echo poll shows 70 per cent say Brexit should go ahead without a deal with EU. Remember, Sunderland was the first to declare overwhelmingly for Leave on June 24 2016. The brilliant folk in the North East believe passionately in this country. 

This has huge symbolic power. The people of Sunderland are not buying Project Fear II. They want and expect to leave the EU on March 29th in accordance with the result of the referendum.


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  1. The 1 thing that comes out of this engineered mess is the fear of change by the ‘elite’. The vote 2 years ago was In/Out. Not in/out depending on the ‘deal’. Any cretin knows that you can’t bargain when you’ve got nothing left to bargain with! Our so-called ‘representatives’ play smoke and mirrors, but won’t allow the only real meaningful vote -General Election- because they fear a gravy train crash.

    • Spot on. People of my age were lied to by Edward Heath when he said “There are some in this country who fear that in going into Europe we shall in some way sacrifice independence and sovereignty. These fears, I need hardly say, are completely unjustified”. I’ve never fully trusted a politician since then, for the very fact of the smoke and mirrors mentioned. I voted to join a common market, one that I discovered was given full rights to control UK waters for any other fishing nation than the UK. Now look at who might become prime minister after a general election. It doesn’t bear thinking about!


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