Monday 14 September 2020


Keir Starmer's current balancing act over Brexit is a damage limitation exercise in respect of his long-standing campaign to overturn the 2016 result.  After-all it is believed that it was Starmer himself who orchestrated Labour's second referendum con-trick going into the 2019 general election - a referendum in which Leave would not be an option.  While Starmer said yesterday that Britain should 'get on with Brexit', he also laid down the groundwork for his party to oppose the government's controversial Internal Market Bill.  Many of his MPs have also voiced opposition, citing the fact it rolls back on the Withdrawal Agreement and breaches international law.  Joining them in condemnation are every single surviving Prime Minister of the UK - from John Major to Theresa May and everyone in between, including the warmongerer and architect of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.  How ironic...

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