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The May Turkey

Matthew Steeples suggests Theresa May has lost control and urges readers to support a People’s Vote and the Put It To The People march

 

The phrase: “Like turkeys voting for Christmas” came to mind as Theresa May attempted to urge Parliament to “do its duty” yesterday.

 

This hapless harridan yet again showed her lack of control and the repeating, as ever, of her “deal means a deal” yet again confirmed this country is on a collision course to mass chaos. With talk of pharmacies considering hiring security staff to stop looting and no sign of organisation of how our borders will be managed, the out-of-touch Prime Minister needs to get a grip or get out of the driving seat.

 

It is time for Theresa May to admit that a People’s Vote is required and we urge our readers to sign up in support of such.

 

To register for the Put It To The People: People’s Vote March in London on 23rd March in London, click here.

 

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8 COMMENTS

    • I hope you don’t think that is true. There will be no money for the NHS and Farmers need migrants. to do the work needed to pick and pack produce. The £18,600 migration income needed is mooted at being scrapped. This country will be even more broke. With rising prices most people will wish they never voted for it.

  1. Yes! Bring on Brexit! I want a full Brexit please. Going out on WTO terms global tarrifs and clever electronics to sort out border checks for goods. We CAN do this.

  2. If the UK had never had such a massive immigration problem to begin with, there would never have been a Brexit.
    The 52% who voted to leave the EU, I’m guessing, did so because they were sick and tired of seeing every Tom Dick and Barry, just flood into the country uncontrolled, and reaping the benefits of a democratic country, without any input. The whole system is now on the brink due to the mismanagement by our Politicians. They will all just ride off into the sunset with their fat superannuation payouts, without being held accountable . The UK is now on the road to Anarchy.

    • ??THIS comment by Dodge I fully endorse. So true. England is a shadow of her former self. We have inherited industrial size rape gangs, gang culture with stabbings. All not so pleasant and green lands anymore.

  3. ??THIS comment by Dodge I fully endorse. So true. England is a shadow of her former self. We have inherited industrial size rape gangs, gang culture with stabbings. All not so pleasant and green lands anymore.

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