My blood pressure is through the roof as rejection of #ChequersPlan means No Deal Brexit is more likely.
1. Cameron should never have gambled with the UK's future to appease Tory Eurosceptics, nor should he have said the decision of that advisory vote would be implemented.
1/5
2. May did not need to trigger A50 when she did.
3. She should have commissioned thorough impact reports & allowed full consideration & debate in Parliament & engaged with business/NHS etc.
4. Labour (together with other parties) should have acted early on as scrutineers.
2/5
5. If we hadn't had 8 years of Austerity, many of the reasons for people voting to leave wouldn't have existed.
6. We should have insisted that lies & propaganda in the mainstream media were tackled.
7. The Electoral Commission failed in their duty.
3/5
8. The Remain movement was poor in the run up to the Referendum and took too long to unify afterwards (and is still too fragmented).

Whilst I lay the blame for this chaos at the door of the Tories, Labour have not acted as a decent opposition.
4/5
I am fucking furious, but will put this energy into protesting at the #LabourConference this weekend to #StopBrexit with a #PeoplesVote
& to all the Quitters who have crawled out of the woodwork this week to troll me: Piss Off, I'm not giving up our fight to save Britain.
5/5

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Oct 8, 2018
So here's how Brexit works out for those who will benefit (clue - it's not us 'ordinary' people):
Investors sell UK property at peak prices
Move their business & wealth into the EU, exchange their £ for Euros
Brexit occurs, so £ & property market crash
1/3
They short-sell Sterling
A certain point into the Brexit turmoil sees them buy back Sterling & property (both at lower cost after collapse) & they make a sh*tload of £££.
It's a disaster capitalist's dream scenario - no wonder they will stop at nothing to achieve it.
2/3
Meanwhile, the rest of us see inflation surge, our cost of living increases, our net worth decreases if we are house owners, those who are most vulnerable are at risk as public services decline further.
Any wonder we need to fight to #StopBrexit?
3/3
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