If pro-EU politicians stopped fighting each other, the majority of voters, who agree with them, may yet prevail against Brexit
This is my last column before the 12 December election. At the time of writing, the Conservative Brexit party – for that is what it is – is way ahead in the polls, and the ineffable Johnson is set to take the British economy hurtling towards the cliff edge.
He, his henchman Dominic Cummings and their time-serving accomplices have fooled far too many people into believing that, within weeks, they will have “got Brexit done”.
These are classic micro-examples of the chaos in the Remain camp, even though the majority of people in this country are RemainersContinue reading...