‘A new political landscape’ – Rejoin EU Party prepares for next election | Daily Express

The failure of Brexit to have achieved anything is a strong argument to re-join. None of the stated objectives at the time of the 2016 referendum have been achieved.

“Food prices haven’t fallen, holiday travel is now more difficult, immigration hasn’t been brought under control, wages haven’t risen, quite the reverse in real terms, and those in society facing the greatest hardships have seen no improvements to their situation, again quite the reverse.

“Indeed, six years later even Brexit itself has not really been fully achieved, with ‘transitional’ border arrangements extended indefinitely, even Jacob Rees-Mogg admits to truly take control of our borders would be an act of self-harm, and the Northern Ireland Protocol hangs by a thread.”

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2 thoughts on “‘A new political landscape’ – Rejoin EU Party prepares for next election | Daily Express”

  1. Break up the UK union first. The Scots want to join the EU, the Northern Irish want to join the EU, the Welsh wanted to leave along with the English.

  2. If as Rees-Mogg says fully taking control of our borders would be an act of self-harm what is the point of Brexit? This was one of the major arguments given by Brexit campaigners to leave the EU. Britain has a huge shortage of workers, rising prices, a real cut in wages, companies no longer able to trade with the EU because of all the new paper work etc. etc. The problems will never end because a small country like the UK will struggle to survive successfully without the EU. Other small nations realise this why don’t British MPs? Given all the failures mentioned in the article in the Express and that now worker’s rights are being attacked, as we knew they would be, there are more and more reasons to rejoin.

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