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The Travails of Tom and Theresa

That condom campaigner Tom Harwood is scaremongering and Theresa May is begging is proof enough that Brexit is on the rocks

 

Last week, condom campaigner turned Guido Fawkes reporter Tom Harwood was asked on Sky News about what he thought about people stockpiling provisions in preparation for whatever occurs on 29th March. This petulant child – who increasingly resembles the fictional coin dropping Savoyard boy and underlooked nemesis of Jean Valjean, Petit Gervais –  prattled on about how, if Brexit were not to go ahead, there’d be rioting in the streets and then angrily opposed the only sensible option left to us, a people’s vote.

 

The Travails of Tom and Theresa – Tom Harwood, Theresa May, Petit Gervais – That condom campaigner Tom Harwood is scaremongering and Theresa May is begging is proof enough that Brexit is on the rocks.
Petit Gervais (played by Henry Lawfull in the recent BBC adapation of Les Misérables) has a great resemblance to Tom Harwood; both seem unconcerned about the consequences of their activities

 

Whilst Harwood’s predictions, whatever occurs over the next eighteen days, are unlikely to come true, that Theresa May is now perilously sitting on the precipice of disaster is definitely true. With talks in Brussels “deadlocked” and the likelihood of a colossal defeat in Parliament this week, it is time for the Prime Minister to accept reality. Brexit is on the rocks and the “deal that means a deal that means a deal” is as dead as the proverbial Dodo.

 

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4 comments on “The Travails of Tom and Theresa”

  1. “People’s vote”? We’ve already had a People’s vote. 17.4 million voted to leave, 16.1 million voted to remain. It’s called democracy.

  2. Yes I agree, we have had the people’s vote so let Democracy take it’s course. Having said that, there are some things that should never be put to the people to vote on, and this was one of them. It would probably be the same story if we had a vote to bring back capital punishment for instance.

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