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The UK government has spent the last year negotiating a Brexit deal that maximises the ability of the UK to diverge from EU regulation. But is this what voters will necessarily want? This Deliberative Poll raises doubts.
If you have a spare ten minutes today, watch this brilliant video by Femi Oluwole on how Boris Johnson, a well-known lying journalist turned politician, used lies, misinformation, and all the tricks in the book to tell one thing and its contrary about what the Brexit Deal means for the UK.
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.
All that the Conservatives with their Brexit obsession have done is to put rocket boosters under the Scottish Independence cause.
No, the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine was not approved by the UK faster than the European Union because of Brexit.