OPINION: D-Day For Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on the government's plans for Brexit at Lancaster House in London on January 17, 2017. Britain will exit the EU's single market when it leaves the bloc because it wants to restrict the arrival of EU immigrants, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday. / AFP / POOL / Kirsty Wigglesworth (Photo credit should read KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/AFP/Getty Images)

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Well Darrell, as I see it, there is a reasonably good chance of the people getting what they voted for at long last ! – Just saying that has me with fingers crossed, due to the financial weight brought against it by those who are clearly anti-Democratic.
    Many a slip is still possible, and upon a General Election, the Commons will require massive cleaning. UKIP getting its way at last, as the only Party for Brexit, and done from outside the Commons, is a huge feather in the cap of this Party. This matter and many others, has been taken from us, by the other Parties, and proves the worth and integrity of UKIP !

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