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Brexit

As fragile as a nearly whispered thought Almost composed, but lost, more assumed Like a fragrance mixed into a tornado Singed, unsure of destiny. Doubt, multiplied existentially Not yet the catastrophic tragedy Airy, immature comfortless Ignorance, of the designed effect. … Continue reading

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Let the poor face their fate- Utopian Dystopia

Is a Tory dream Human misery! Well that we’ve seen. Squalor, oppression Would anyone question Disease, overcrowding The private renting that shrouds The rich getting richer On the backs of the disenfranchised. Those who are subjugated, Crushed, defeated by the … Continue reading

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The Brexit Paradise has arrived

Ray H.

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May in December

Like Chamberlain’s dodgy agreement with Hitler With a weak PM vacillating Skating on a fragile future No clear answer to the Irish question Grasping, at absurd incongruities Knowing the world’s waiting to see her fall. Must come up with a … Continue reading

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David Davis on Brexit

“Do you want to believe the evidence of your own eyes, or do you want to believe me?” Groucho Marx

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Theresa May: an unlucky political general

“I know he’s a good general, but is he lucky?” Napoleon Early evidence suggested that Theresa May was a lucky political general. Political accidents fell in place in exactly the right order for her to emerge as Prime Minister in … Continue reading

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Theresa May: will she deliver a Brexit paradise on June 8th 2017?

“On the day that Theresa May triggered article 50, YouGov published a survey of the things people whould like brought back after Britain has left the EU. Top of the list was the death penalty, with 52% of those who … Continue reading

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