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A ray of hope upon the horizon?

Far be it from me, dripping with a sense of entitled intellectual superiority, to exclaim “I told you so!” and/or otherwise wallowing in a sea of self-satisfied vindication at my own quasi-Nostradamus standard predictive skills, but I did manage to attain a degree of Zen-like satisfaction when spotting overnight the results of a survey conducted by BMG for The Independent newspaper on the public’s attitude towards the future of the United Kingdom – see here – THE INDEPENDENT

Having myself voted Leave in the 2016 EU Referendum solely in furtherance of a personal campaign to rid the UK of Scotland – our demanding, needy and ever-moaning north-of-the-Border ‘ball and chain’ – I am absolutely delighted to receive this confirmation that the majority of the population has now both come to it senses and round to my way of thinking.

As we sail confidently forward into the brave new world with our “skull and crossbones” flag flying proudly high, let the Jocks – and indeed any other rats to who want to leave the good ship Britannia (e.g. Remainers, Remoaners, Tony Blair, David Cameron, Peter Mandelson, Anna Soubrey and all those who have ever voted (or will ever vote) for the Lib-Dem party – go and live in France, thereby throwing themselves upon the supposed mercy and German-printed euros of the EU federal state if they wish.

I bid you all goodbye and good riddance!

Vote early and often!

About Simon Campion-Brown

A former lecturer in politics at Keele University, Simon now lives in Oxfordshire. Married with two children, in 2007 he decided to monitor the Westminster village via newspaper and television and has never looked back. More Posts