That’s Not My Brexit!

19th April 2018

 

That’s not my Brexit…

…the anti-migrant rhetoric is too harsh.

That’s not my Brexit…

…the Irish border issue is too perplexing.

That’s not my Brexit…

…the trade barriers are too scary.

That’s not my Brexit…

…the promised Free Trade Agreements are all too far away.

That’s my Brexit!

That one there.

The one which cannot actually happen.

 

Hat-tip to How Apt for the mock-up.

Apologies to Usborne for the parody.

 

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9 thoughts on “That’s Not My Brexit!”

  1. Federal European Superstate
    “That’s not my EU” !

    Laws made by majority voting in European Parliament have primacy over UK law “That’s not my EU” !

    UK armed forces controlled by EU generals “That’s not my EU” !

    UK bill to EU continues soaring “That’s not my EU” !

    Single market in Services never gets implemented ensuring continuing ballooning Trtade Deficit “That’s not my EU” !

    UK population increases by 16 million in a generation “That’s not my EU” !

    1. Federal European Superstate

      Not gonna happen as long as at least one of the members doesn’t want.

      Laws made by majority voting in European Parliament have primacy over UK law

      So have WTO rules as long as you don’t want to fall bak on nothing. The world is small – no one’s living in a vacuum anymore.

      UK armed forces controlled by EU generals

      So it’s also not your NATO or UN paeace missions where exactly that can(has) happen(ed)?

      UK bill to EU continues soaring

      You order the dishes, you get the food, you pay the bill. You’ve been told, you choose to ignore.

      Single market in Services never gets implemented ensuring continuing ballooning Trtade Deficit

      I thought we need you more than you need us precisely because of the huge trade deficit…

      UK population increases by 16 million in a generation

      Ask your own government. EU regulation doesn’t call for unregulated migration. I’d particularly ask for a british ID card so the authorities could enforce rules equal to germany.

    2. ‘Laws made by majority voting in European Parliament have primacy over UK law “That’s not my EU” !’

      If you hate trade rules being set by an in-part elected European body then you’ll LOVE Investor-State Dispute Settlement!

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