What gives you the right to question us?
Might’, ‘Could’ or ‘Maybe’. Words used in many mainstream news report about the supposed dooms of leaving the EU.
In response to Mr Meeking’s repetitive ramblings about Brexit and trying to force his hard remain views on the majority of South Holland residents. Have you ever thought sir that all your wild claims about the dooms of any form of Brexit are all based on lies?
I find it very hypocritical that you dare to state: “I could expose what’s wrong with Sir John’s unfounded claims and remind voters that he never specifies what the actual benefits of Brexit will be”, when you yourselfnever commit to telling us the exact negative impacts and outcomes which will happen immediately after leaving!
You’ve aggressively asked me hundreds of times to tell you how I will benefit from leaving, and by when, and how! What gives you the right to question several members of the leave voting public to tell you their individual and highly personal reasons for leaving? Everyone based their views on their own beliefs and experiences, in the same way you did with your remain stance.
Regarding the claims of remain - let’s break it down. All the claims made by you and fellow anti-democratic, anti-Brexit supporters. Have you never noticed that such claims are simply a clear cut case of those who state them never being bold enough to tell us what will happen 100 per cent as a direct result of Brexit?
Mr R Garner, Spalding
Well done PM and Sir John
At last a leader in Boris Johnson who recognises that it’s the people who come first, not self-regarding remainer MPs and their wealthy, self-interested big business co-conspirators.
There is nothing unprecedented, or even unusual, about either the normal time out from Parliament that MPs take for party conferences or proroguing the House before a Queen’s Speech which precedes each new Parliamentary session.
Labour and Liberal politicians still don’t get it – we voted to leave in areferendum, and, after endless delay, we just wantto get on with it.
So, Boris Johnson and Sir John Hayes are speaking for all those who trust the people. They should be congratulated for doing so.
Andrew Livsey, via email