Total 25 Posts
Voting against the Brexit deal can, and probably will, be interpreted as voting for no deal. This is why I believe abstaining is the best and only option.
The impact of Brexit is not just about UK students and retirees’ future lost opportunities in Europe, but about hard-working Brits living in the EU worried about keeping their right to return to the UK one day with their families, keeping their homes and their livelihoods.
I am disgusted with every single MP who voted to let children go hungry.
Some of my thoughts on pro-EU people who allegedly agree with EU values but are still revelling in the misery of people who voted to leave the European Union.