The 10 maddest Remainer moments

Brexit Derangement Syndrome has given us no shortage of laughs since 2016.

Christopher Snowdon

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Britain leaves the EU today, bringing a partial end to the biggest collective meltdown in living memory. What happens next is unknown, but maybe the real Brexit was the friends we made along the way. Here are 10 of the best moments.

James O’Brien becomes a milkshake truther

Hard though it is to remember, there was a time when James O’Brien was a rising star of political interviewing. Somewhat left of centre and with a razor-sharp interviewing technique, he earned himself several slots in the Newsnight chair when regular presenters were on holiday.

Since Brexit, he has settled into a comfortable niche of outwitting taxi drivers on his LBC phone-in and soaking up those sweet, sweet retweets. Professionally, if not emotionally, Brexit, Johnson and Trump have been a boon for him.

O’Brien could be accused of being a partisan, self-satisfied mid-wit who publicly humiliates low-information normies to boost his own ego. But nobody questioned his sanity until 20 May 2019, when his fellow LBC presenter Nigel Farage became the latest victim of ‘milkshaking’.

The assailant was a Sky employee and a Labour-supporting Remainer who was later ordered to pay £350 towards Farage’s dry-cleaning bills. In retrospect, it seems an open and shut case, and that’s how it seemed to everyone at the time – except to the author of How to be Right. With unverified rumours that the Brexit Party was awash with Russian cash, O’Brien smelt a false flag and saw a patsy. He tweeted:

It got 2,400 retweets and 9,000 likes.

Philip Hammond goes tonto

Philip Hammond was never going to win any prizes for charisma. Level-headed and prudent, his dullness became a strength as chancellor of the exchequer when he began navigating the economy through the choppy waters of post-referendum Britain.

A safe pair of hands, Hammond never seemed like the kind of chap to get carried away by fanciful notions. But in the end, even Spreadsheet Phil could not escape Brexit Derangement Syndrome. Languishing on the back benches in September 2019, Hammond claimed that Boris Johnson was intent on leaving the EU without a deal because ‘he is backed by speculators who have bet billions on a hard Brexit’.

This bonkers theory first surfaced on the Byline Times website and was spread by Carole Cadwalladr (see below). According to this dubious source, Brexit was an example of ‘disaster capitalism’ and the economy was going to be deliberately driven off a cliff so evil billionaires could make a fortune from shorting the pound. It was such a preposterous idea that even the Europhile Financial Times debunked it.

Three weeks after Hammond put his weight behind the theory, the EU announced that a new deal had been struck. Boris went on to win a decisive majority, Hammond stood down as an MP, and the pound reached a 31-month high.

AC Grayling’s gunboat diplomacy

I’ve never read any of AC Grayling’s books, but if you had mentioned his name to me before June 2016 I would have pictured a dry, dusty academic going through the archives of the Bodleian Library. Mention him today and most people will think of a bar-room ranter who has trashed his reputation or, if you are an ultra-Remainer, a brave crusader against the deep state.

Although eager to stress that he is ‘not one for conspiracy theories’, Professor Grayling has endorsed many of the notions of Carole Cadwalladr (see below) while developing some interesting theories of his own, including the belief that the referendum was ‘gerrymandered’ because children were not allowed to vote and that Jeremy Corbyn is a ‘Tory-supporting lickspittle’.

The great man outdid himself on 13 February 2018 when the government announced that it would be sending a warship through the disputed South China Sea. Ever mindful of black ops, Grayling suggested that the move ‘smacks of an effort to distract from home news’ and predicted that shots would be fired. Why? Because a ‘sunk frigate would eclipse EU talks nicely’. Wake up, sheeple!

David Lammy, spy catcher

Controversial Labour MP David Lammy has never been afraid to say what he thinks. Lesser men might sleep on an idea or ask for evidence, but David tells it like however he thinks it might be at any given moment.

And so, when it was reported that Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings had lived in Russia for three years in the mid-1990s, the Right Honourable Member for Tottenham reached the only obvious conclusion.

Paul Mason launches the Brexit Bulletin

The broadcast media did not provide enough Marxist-Leninist analysis in the weeks following the referendum. That, at least, was the view of Newsnight’s former economics editor, Paul Mason. Tired of being lied to by the MSM, the middle-aged Corbynista fought back on 1 July 2016 by producing the inaugural issue of his unfiltered, Twitter-based daily newsletter.

With a mission to tell the people what the lying, billionaire Tory-Murdoch-BBC elite didn’t want them to know, the first Brexit Daily Bulletin was made up of five headlines, including ‘Labour’s John McDonnell outlines 5 “red lines” in Brexit negotiations’ and ‘Tory leadership contender Gove signals no early trigger of Article 50’. The BBC’s political correspondent, Nick Eardley, pointed out that ‘literally every single one of these things is on the BBC website right now’.

Subsequent editions informed readers about a ‘30,000+ march through London demanding Britain stays in UK’ and explained that ‘Theresa May leads with 89 nominations for Tory leader’. The sixth bulletin appeared on 6 July 2016 with the scoop: ‘Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom to contest post of Tory leader and UK prime minister in ballot of Tory members’.

It was to be the last. Like the brightest light, the Brexit Daily Bulletin shone all too briefly. After six glorious issues, Mason pulled the plug. The public had finally been told the truth. His work was done.

Caroline Lucas has a brainwave

In the summer of 2019, parliament was in gridlock and the country was in crisis. The Withdrawal Agreement had been voted down three times and a series of indicative votes failed to find a majority for any alternative. Collective responsibility had collapsed months earlier. Squabbling and back-stabbing were endemic.

With a constitutional crisis looming, Britain’s lone Green MP, Caroline Lucas, called for an ‘emergency cabinet’ to ‘work for reconciliation’. By an uncanny coincidence, all the MPs she wanted to join the cabinet were Remainers who wanted a second referendum.

But how could she make sure there would be no in-fighting this time? That was the cleverest part: it would be an all-female cabinet. Because nothing puts a stop to bitching, arguing and silly mind games like a roomful of women.

Jolyon Maugham murders a fox

Brexit ambulance-chaser Jolyon Maugham seemed to be running a permanent crowdfunder between July 2016 and December 2019. If there was a sliver of a chance that the Brexit process could be delayed by an arcane legal technicality, Jo was on the case quicker than you could say ‘pro bono’.

No one could have foreseen the way in which he fell from grace. As the headline in the Observer gravely intoned: ‘Jolyon Maugham QC was a hero to many. Then he beat a fox to death.’

Maugham’s madness was not so much in brutally murdering the beast with a baseball bat while wearing his wife’s kimono, but in telling his 178,000 followers about it. Forgetting about the British public’s inexplicable affection for vermin, he paid a heavy price. He has not tweeted since the event and may yet get one more well-publicised day in court.

Alastair Campbell’s coin protest

The Brexit meltdown was a shot in the arm for a range of has-beens and nearly-weres. Who, in 2015, could have predicted that Andrew Adonis and Gavin Esler would become (almost) household names again? The way in which Alastair ‘45 Minutes’ Campbell wormed his way back into respectable society showed that nobody was beyond redemption if they expressed enough rage about ‘Brexshit’.

Campbell sealed his place in the top rank of furious Europhiles when he declared that he would not allow a commemorative 50p piece to cross his palm.

Spotting an opportunity for one more futile act of protest before the big day arrived, high-profile Remain ultras, including Lord Adonis and Philip Pullman, joined Campbell in his loose-change revolt. Julia Hartley-Brewer offered to give them the full EU experience by exchanging their 50p for 20p and telling them how they could spend it.

Andrew Adonis remains unelected

After spending years insisting that Brexit would never happen, Lord Adonis quietly threw in the towel when he tweeted: ‘I am now applying for my Cypriot passport.’ This was the Remain equivalent of the ravens leaving the Tower of London.

It’s difficult to pick a favourite moment from the Adonis archive, but who can forget his decision to stand as a Labour MEP after telling everyone not to vote Labour? Despite being forced to write a grovelling apology in which he improbably described himself as a socialist, the public took his advice. Fighting the European elections in the south-west as part of a banterous range of candidates that included Ann Widdecombe and Sargon of Akkad, Labour came fifth with 6.5 per cent of the vote.

Carole’s Italian conspiracy

Carole Cadwalladr’s journey from obscure features writer to Orwell Prize-winner has been a glorious one. She shot to prominence in the months after the referendum with the stunning scoop that Facebook allows targeted advertising. A series of articles in the Observer followed, some of which contained claims that did not have to be corrected or retracted.

In March 2019 she took a break from accusing Brexiteers of conspiring with the Russians to accuse them of conspiring with the Italians, albeit Italians who allegedly had links to Russians. When Arron Banks took his colleagues on a corporate skiing trip in northern Italy, sidekick Andy Wigmore tweeted a photo of him smoking on the slopes. He was, he trolled, at a ‘Bond villain convention’.

Cadwalladr took the bait and put two and two together in her usual way. ‘Today, the plan is revealed’, she tweeted. ‘The fascists have agreed to help Britain exit without a deal. Salvini will block an extension of Article 50. We’re fucked.’ Of course! What other explanation could there be?

According to political scientist Daniele Albertazzi, the claim that the Italian government was prepared to damage its own economy as a favour to Arron Banks ‘can only come from people who have not just no understanding of Italian politics but no understanding of the populist radical right’. The extension was granted the following week. The ‘fascists’ did not attempt to veto it, nor did they veto further extensions in April and October.

Christopher Snowdon is director of lifestyle economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs. He is also the co-host of Last Orders, spiked’s nanny-state podcast.

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Comments

Simon James

9th February 2020 at 12:07 pm

You criticise James O’ Brien but after nearly four years I’ve yet to hear a valid reason why it’s a good idea to leave the E.U apart from simply believing it’s a good idea because they’ve been fed a diet of meaningless slogans parroted ad nauseam by the Tory party. If you choose to find him patronising then maybe you need to grow up and look at yourselves in the mirror.

Craig Jackson

10th February 2020 at 12:11 pm

You still haven’t been given one good reason why we should leave the EU, where would you like me to begin.

1. Democracy and self-Government – we will be able to – in Tony Benn’s own words when on the Council of Ministers – be able to restore democracy to the UK and those who make our laws will be accountable to the people through the ballot box. If they do not like the Government of the day they can boot them out. When was the last time you voted for any of the unnaccountable and unelected Commissioners?? over half of the laws for the UK now eminate from Brussels.

2. When the British people joined the then EEC in 1973, we were lied to and told that we were joining a Free Trade Area, which would not involve the loss of any essential national sovereignty. None of that was true and Edward Heath knew that to be the case when he sold Britain out. We had in fact joined a political project that was about building a new country – a federal European superstate. This mission was set out through the Masstricht Treaty – which the British people were denied a referendum on – which set out the route map of ever closer Union (nation building) in which the so-called member states would have to surrender ever more powers to the unlected and unaccountable Eurocrats until the countries were reduced to Parish Council status and the take-over by stealth was completed. The vast majority of Britons want us to continue as an independent self-governing nation, not a vassel state in an undemocratic and protectionist country that no one voted to join!! 2016 was the referendum that was well ovedue and would decide whether democracy and freedom were the ultimate goal of the British people. Brexit was never purely about economics.

3. We will take back control of our economy and money. We can negotiate our own trade deals with the fastest and largest economies in the world like the USA, Australia, India, and China, not to mention the 55 Commonwealth countries and have tariffs set at a rate that are in the interests of the British economy. The EU is one of the most protectionist countries in the world with the Common External Tariff. Outside of the EU, we can set our own tariff schdules and even eliminate them altogether if we so wish. 90% of all economic growth will be outside of the EU over the next 50 years. We will never have to join the basketcase and bankrupt Euro, which is one of the greatest threats to the global financial system and economy. The EU banking system is in turmoil and the chickens will be coming home to roost in the not too distant future. Our trade with the EU is declining, but is growing rapidly with the rest of the world. When we joined in 1973 60% of our exports went to the EU & 40% to the rest of the world, those figures have now reversed and 60% of our trade is now with the rest of the world and only 40% with the EU and is declining at a rate of 2% per annum with the EU and growing at 5% PA with the rest of the world. the UK’s economic growth is slower since we joined the EU, in other words we were wealthier and more prosperous before we joined the then EEC. Economic benefits of EU membership are – and i am being kind – ficticious. We will not have to suffer the constant pressure to join the bankrupt Euro and in the process have to adhere to the 5 Presidents Report which will remove tax, spending and borrowing powers from national Government. If a country no longer has the independent power ro decide how much to tax, spend and borrow without seeking permission from Frankfurt and Brussels, it ceases to be an independent country. 5 President’s report will impose the European Social healthcare model on the UK, effectively meaning the wholesale privatisation of the NHS. We will also save £25 Billion a year gross, £13 Billion nett. from being sent to Brussels to support inefficient farmers in Germany, France and Eastern Europe. We do not recieve EU funding – they give us a fraction of the money we pay to them back with strngs attached. We can spend that money on our priorities instead like the NHS.

4. Incredible waste – just look at the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, hardly used costs £250 million a year to keep going. Another example of EU waste and corruption that no Government that is accountable to the people would tolerate – why should we?? Corruption is rife, books not signed off for 25 years and Commission refuse to disclose MEPs and Commissoners expenses for at least 10 years. EU is a waste of time and is so riddled with corruption on an epic scale it is a global laughing stock. In UK only Minister gets cars and then only for officia business, in Brussels a vast pool of chauffer driven cars available 24/7 to MEPs on official or private business.

5. Take back contorl of our fisheries. EU membership has decimated the British fishing industry and the towns that relied on fish for their prosperity. When we joined the EU in 1973 the UK had the worlds largest fishing fleet employing over 250,000 people, allowing access to UK waters has seen the fleet decline to just 4,000 vessels and now only employs 8,000. Ports like Grimsby have been impoverished by the EU. 70% of the fish caught in UK waters are caught by EU fishing fleets, that will end. We can overhaul the EU quota system and issue licencse to allow them to fish, equally we can insist they are landed in UK ports for sale and processing. Norway that is not a part of the CFP is an example of how an independent fisheries policy can be pursued, preserve stocks, stop EU waste through discards and recuild our fishing communities, fleets and wealth for those areas.

6. Take back control of our borders. We can end mass uncontrolled EU immigration which is putting an unbearable strain on our frontline public services, housing and social cohesion. We will introduce the increibly popular Australian points based immigration system which will allow us who comes to live and work in the UK, decrease or increase visas issued, but more importantly have absolute control and bring migrant numbers down. This will compel businesses across the UK to invest in our young people again and upskill and reskill existing workforces, instead of exploiting cheap foreign labour at the expense of our own young people. It is akin to weaning business off crack cocaine and rehabilitation. This will reintroduce the normal laws of supply and demand in the labour market – and as we are already seeing drive wage growth for the benefit of the local and national economy. Likewise, the 5 year rule to claim in or out of work benefits, housing benefits and paying to access the NHS will mean that we will end the EU merry go round of NHS health tourism from the EU and the flow of those who take out without putting anything in first. It will stop Uk nationals being leapfrogged on council and HA waiting lists. 80% of all EU nationals are in receipt of in or out of work benefits. FACT, they put in far less than they take out. The ridiculous system whereby EU nationals claim child benefits for children that are not even resident in the UK will end. We will be able to deport those that have become a burden on the host nation and refuse entry to criminals, as well as, those that will not make a positive contribution to our economy and society, or those that do not speak good English. Language barriers stop assimilation and intergration. Summary – complete overhaul of the immigration system so it benefits the UK not the EU and stops the brain drain from those countries, which will in turn bolster their own economies..

7. Scrap unnecessary EU laws and regulations and streamline and improve those we wish to keep. It is estimated that EU regulation costs the British economy £240 Billion a year. Insist on Mutual Recognition rather than alignement so that th 93% of businesses that do not deal with the UK are not inconvenienced by or carry the cost of unwanted EU regulations. A level playing field is not necessary.

I could keep going on for a lot longer yet, so that is a just a few to keep you going. Need more, then just ask…

christopher barnard

3rd February 2020 at 3:21 pm

One of my favourite moments of Remainer madness came on 20/6/16, three days before the referendum.

Writing in the Guardian Antony Beevor said that a victory for Leave would make Britain the world’s most hated nation.

Marvin Jones

3rd February 2020 at 12:22 pm

What a bunch of ignorant lefties, starting with that freak from LBC. A couple of these do have a brain and no doubt intellect, but for some reason most of the grey matter has been replaced wit brown matter.

Gee Jaybee

1st February 2020 at 6:21 pm

In my head in watching James O’Brien taking to a Scottish taxi driver he thinks he’s going to patronise and shit all over, only for it to be George Galloway calling incognito. Come on then James of you think you’re hard enough shouts George.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:40 pm

George Galloway is an absolute tool – a shouty self-parodying blowhard.

Andrew-Paul Shakespeare

1st February 2020 at 3:37 pm

“nothing puts a stop to bitching, arguing and silly mind games like a roomful of women”

Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Are you allowed to say that? You’d better emigrate, before you get dragged away for offending somebody.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:48 pm

You have none of your illustrious ancestor’s wit.

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NEIL DATSON

31st January 2020 at 5:19 pm

Entertaining read, thank you. Surely David Lammy ought also be celebrated for his acute quasi-historical analysis, when he asserted that the ERG are worse than the Nazis? And then there was Rory Stewart – a minor figure it is true – who proposed that there ought to be a national convention summoned and tasked with sorting Brexit out. Did anybody have the heart to explain to poor Rory that there was already a national convention whose task it was, and he was a member of it?

Ven Oods

2nd February 2020 at 11:20 am

Lammy is very useful. If ever I don’t have time to evaluate a matter, I simply find out what he thinks and decide that the opposite must be correct. (If only I made better use of the time thus saved.)

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:50 pm

What if he thinks eating and drinking are necessary for life, Mr Oods?

Marvin Jones

3rd February 2020 at 12:27 pm

For one of the best entertainments in life for all who have not seen Lammy on Mastermind, is a must. He thinks that the successor to Henry the eighth, was Henry the ninth. You won’t regret watching this.

Neil McCaughan

31st January 2020 at 4:54 pm

And what of the Lady Godiva of Remoan? Surely the sight of Dr Victoria Bateman’s magnificent merkin deserves an article all of it own.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:45 pm

Your toupée is a merkin, sir.

Neil McCaughan

31st January 2020 at 4:53 pm

The sandwiches. Will no one think of the sandwiches? And what happened to that dose of super-gonorrhoea we were promised? And why no mention of the unsavoury “business woman” Gina Miller?

Michael Lynch

31st January 2020 at 4:19 pm

They say that we should not rub Remainer’s noses in it tonight so in the spirit of reconciliation let’s raise a glass to all those politicians who sacrificed their careers in order to uphold their anti-democratic principles. May their political lives Rest In Peace. Most notably, Swinson, Soubry, Grieve, Letwin, Hammond and the two Daddies, Soames and Clarke. Personally, I rather go and attend a Remainer wake rather than a Brexit party tonight, just so I can watch them shed tears into their wine glasses. Well done the British people, you saved democracy once 75 years ago and you’ve just done it again.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:46 pm

Well, you’ve certainly saved Spitfire production for the next fifty years… if nothing else.

Paul Robson

31st January 2020 at 2:56 pm

No, the best Codswallop one was when her mum got some Brexit Party literature addressed to her (part of the election) and accused Farage of personally targeting her mum. She was torn apart by journalists, you could hear the despair in their comments.

Hugh Bryant

31st January 2020 at 2:26 pm

James O’Brien, eh? Is there anything more tragic than a stupid man who thinks he’s an intellectual.

Neil McCaughan

31st January 2020 at 4:57 pm

They should really rename the Dunning Kruger effect in his honour.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:43 pm

Hugh Bryant is the towering intellectual colossus of our age.

Geoff Cox

3rd February 2020 at 10:45 am

One might almost say:

“But man, proud man,
Dress’d in a little brief authority,
Most ignorant of what he’s most assur’d—
His glassy essence—like an angry ape
Plays such fantastic tricks before high heaven
As makes the angels weep; who, with our spleens,
Would all themselves laugh mortal.”

Simon James

9th February 2020 at 12:15 pm

Why don’t you call him then and tell him why Brexit is a good idea using well layed out facts rather than beliefs?

Percy Percy

31st January 2020 at 1:25 pm

Who would have thought that these levels of narcissism and paranoia could lead to the willing ears from the media and lucrative careers?
As with the examples of workplace psychopathy we find a self selecting list of candidates for cognitive therapy and lithium injections.

Alex Ander

31st January 2020 at 12:24 pm

How is Jo Swinson not on this list?

nick hunt

1st February 2020 at 10:34 am

Too many cows already in an overcrowded field?

Ven Oods

2nd February 2020 at 11:13 am

I rather thought Jo had created her own field.
She did give me one of my favourite moments of the year when she got trounced in her constituency. From ‘next PM’ to ‘ex-MP’ in one gliding movement.
Classy!

Jim Lawrie

31st January 2020 at 12:22 pm

I wonder if Jolyon Maugham was thinking of working class Brexiteers when he battered that fox to a pulp.

A wee mention for his fellow QC’s;
Joanna Cherry – for an “independent” Scotland under EU supervision.
Dominic Chambers – Parliament is supreme over the people.
Aidan O’Neill – The Courts are supreme over The People and Parliament. With him (and Lady Hale?) über alles andere oberst.

And who could forget the many learned Counsel of the Supreme Court who served their class and their cause with such distinction and not a trace of partiality.

Ven Oods

2nd February 2020 at 11:17 am

I was impressed that the Supreme Court (in a country where the justice system is reportedly overloaded and slow) were able to rush back from leave in order to save their country from the sort of people with whom they have no contact. Without selfless public servants like that, where would we be?

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:42 pm

salus populi suprema lex esto, as my toga-wearing senator friend used to saty.

Mark Lambert

31st January 2020 at 11:40 am

I used to listen to O’Brien some years ago while waiting for Julia Hartley-Brewer to come on LBC. He didn’t strike me as anything special or anything else. Then came Brexit. It’s not only his worked-out (I have the mute button) tactics on callers, he showed a really nasty side in disparaging other presenters. Yesterday on BBC Radio 4 he went for the throat of Talkradio, saying that he was pleased with the level of people they put up against LBC time slots. There I was thinking that they were fellow industry presenters.

He actually claimed he was “middle ground” which is delusion of the highest order. This is a radio presenter who used the word “gammon”. You say he used callers to boost his own ego. That is now impossible. He has an ego which has never before been experienced by humans.

And of course, after at least two years of perpetuating “knuckle-draggers” etc, he started saying, “we don’t hate you, we love you and think you have been misinformed”. Pass that sick bucket.

Hugh Bryant

31st January 2020 at 2:30 pm

Yes, I think O’Brien has to be judged the most repellent of a pretty repellent bunch. What has always made me suspicious is that he seems to get very, very few calls from people who are clearly educated or articulate. Why would that be? Do LBC screen them out?

Tony Taunton

31st January 2020 at 10:21 pm

Yes, I’ve found the same thing; mainly working class and mainly uninformed, so he uses lots of long words, so they know who’s been to public school and who’s the clever one. And he calls them ‘mate’ to make them feel at home. On contentious issues, anyone obviously white gets short shrift, whereas he fawns over anyone with an ethnic accent. His shows over the last year appear to be all about Brexit when I have listened in the car; stultifyingly boring and 100% predictable, literally everyday the same, and lots of ‘racism’ slurs and talk of ‘Polish plumbers’ and ‘little Englanders’. I just wish they would vary his subject matter somewhat, and maybe move his show to another time to inject a bit of daytime diversity into the station output.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:51 pm

I reckon he is the seven-headed beast of revelation.

Jerry Owen

31st January 2020 at 5:29 pm

I remember JOB when he first came to LBC, he was sharp it has to be said. But his leftwards drift was quick. I remember him at one time saying he had no view on Brexit as he didn’t know enough about it… Now listen to him, a better case of Brexit madness syndrome you couldn’t find.. he’s another one who I’ll drink to, enjoying his tears.. God I’m going to get pi**ed tonight it seems.

Dominic Straiton

31st January 2020 at 11:37 am

They had the entire establishment , most of the press, Barak Obama, Parliament, the BBC academe and big business behind them. And they lost! Its hard to imagine a bigger bunch of stone cold losers.

ZENOBIA PALMYRA

2nd February 2020 at 7:40 pm

The people of Sunderland?

Simon James

9th February 2020 at 12:17 pm

It’s not over yet, not by a long shot. Let’s see if you still think Brexit is worthwhile in a year or more likely decades time because that’s how long it will take to sort out this mess.

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