WESTMINSTER WALK

This Saturday, London's roads will be closed once again

So the disaffected can demonstrate their desire to remain

Within the EU - so selling their soul

For personal convenience - but no real control

Over the running of this nation and who gives the orders

Let alone the concerns about uncontrolled borders.

Their cotton and rag filled minds are obsessed

With travel and trivia and I'm not impressed

With scary talk of job loss and who can live where

That ignores the reality of why we should care.

It's electing our Parliament and saying goodbye

If they don't measure up - and they will know why.

We never needed to be told what we could (or not) do

By self-obsessed compilations like the incestuous EU.

So, a nod to Robert Graves and his World War One hat,

I'll tip my own now and bid "Goodbye To All That!"

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Graham Sherwood

Sat 20th Oct 2018 16:47

Is there to be a leaver's Westminster Walk do you think?

Brian Blanchard

Sat 20th Oct 2018 16:42

Meanwhile, a mob of thousands approaches the U.S. southern border demanding to be let in...stand strong Britain!

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M.C. Newberry

Thu 18th Oct 2018 18:31

Brian - I think that's the hope: string it out, scare enough
people and look as if you care when secretly you hope it
will all go back to the stealthily conceived political plan it
was at the outset when the magic words "common market"
seemed such a logical idea. Ironic then how "trade" is now
being used at every turn to delay and complicate matters.
As a resident of this great city, I take umbrage at these
"me me" marches blocking the streets and causing so much
aggravation for the rest of us who actually pay towards
what goes on here.
MC (central London resident/rate payer)

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Brian Maryon

Thu 18th Oct 2018 16:34

Mark, as you know I'm a committed leaver but at the rate it's progressing I'm beginning
to doubt if we will ever leave.

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