Happy Brexmas Iain Duncan Smith

Happy Brexmas Iain Duncan Smith

How are you spending Christmas and New Year?

At home.

Is Brexit likely to be a topic of conversation over Christmas dinner?

Most likely – as well as abuse about the merits of different football teams.

What is your favourite memory of the referendum campaign?

Watching the BBC finally accept the referendum result and walking out onto the bridge to see the sun rising over the Thames, glinting off the water. A new day dawning in every way.

What do you think was the most significant moment of 2017?

Sadly, the General Election result.

Whether it be a traditional carol or a festive chart hit, what is your favourite piece of Christmas music?

Driving Home For Christmas by Chris Rea. It sums up how many of us feel after the turbulence of the year. It contains a powerful phrase when referring to his family that he will ‘Get my feet on holy ground’.

Complete the phrase: “Brexit means…

Taking back control of our laws, our money and our borders.

Have you any (political or personal) New Year’s resolutions?

To get the Conservative Party to focus more on social justice and life change for those on low income and to get Brexit through.