Friday December 13, 2019

EU’s still got our back on Brexit

Trust me, says Juncker, but let’s hope this summer lovin’ is made to last

24th June, 2018

Viewers of the summer reality TV show Love Island were recently treated to a discussion about Brexit which started with model Hayley asking the pertinent question: “What’s that?”. Following an explanation from the more worldly-wise Georgia that it would result in the “cutting down” of things like trade and welfare - it ended with the question: “Does that mean we won’t have any trees?”


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