Great news. Lord Malarkey Brown Nose, chair of Best for Europe will unite all Brexit Breakers, as soon as they can agree on what they want. Tom Brake-Pad, the Liberal Brexit Breaker has decided that a nation he considered stupid to vote Brexit has now changed its mind and is ready to vote against it. The liberal intellectuals who claimed that a referendum was the wrong way of taking decisions which should be left to them, have changed their minds. Now they want another referendum to stay in. Remoaners have got their tails up. Rejoicing in the fact that M. Barnier is putting the frighters on saying “no special deals and certainly nothing for services. Britain must pay the price of not loving the EU”, our Remoaners are convinced that a few more months of being buggered about by the EU while they redouble their efforts to weaken our negotiation position and moan on about how right the EU is to be beastly to Britain’s foolish 52% who should be happy to pay £350 million a week, a £60 billion trade deficit and the £17 billion costs of the CAP for the joys of belonging to the EU. Beethoven’s Ode to joy is nothing compared to what we’ll owe to Europe. Some Remoaners feel so well on the way to victory that they’re dropping the mask of obeying the referendum, protecting the power of Parliament, and getting a Brexit so “soft” no one will know its happened, as a cover for their real aim – to stop Brexit. No need now to pretend that the EU will change to help us, nor any to claim that once started withdrawal can’t be stopped. All we have to do is put on penitential robes and they’ll be happy to let us crawl back. Whether or not they’ve got it right depends on the people. Perhaps the British can be treated like a flock of naughty sheep as the French, Irish and Danes have been when they voted against the EU’s wishes then were forced to vote again to reverse their verdict. Yet the British don’t like being lectured by a set of pompous pillocks they don’t respect. They could even get angry at being kicked around by tricky Europeans, who they like even less than the British politicians who’ve buggered them about for three decades. Then they’ll underline what they meant on Brexit and refuse to reverse it, just to keep our failed leaders strutting on the Euro-stage.