I sometimes wonder where we'd be now had Remain won. The amount of time, effort and money that could have been saved, the worst elements of the Tory party kept to the back benches.
I think he's just blaming immigration from the EU for lots of jobs here having poor pay and conditions, and completely ignoring the fact that we left the EU several years ago.What point is he trying to make?
Is he saying - trying to work through this - that we had immigrants who were prepared to work in bad conditions but they've left cos of Brexit and now British people are expected to do these jobs, but they don't want to work in those conditions for that pay, so they strike... and ultimately this is the fault of the EU and our membership thereof which brought immigration to do those jobs in the first place?
Or something else?
Honestly I can't even work out what his point is supposed to be.
What's clearly needed is a reboot of UKIP with @luka in charge, who will then take the country by storm at the next election by a margin that will make the Tories' win in 2019 look like a close-run thing, and then do a real, proper Brexit, involving pre-emptive thermonuclear strikes on Brussels, Paris and Berlin if necessary.Yet another Remoaniac banging on about how Brexit has failed....
modern france has such a conservative culture. particularly when it comes to food. it's very rigid, traditional, resistant to change. which is a big part of its strength too. the uk / france divergence in the late 20th centuary in this respect is pretty interesting. seems mad now to think that france was once at the forefront of arts and culture.