Brexit Brits, Home Or Away – This Time You ALL Get A Vote!

We all know that the Brexit referendum majority would have been significantly larger had not Cameron allowed foreigners to vote.

Dublin’s Fifth Column Vote Could Sink Brexit

Even worse was his failure to honour his own government’s pledge that all British people would take part…

One More Camoron Double-Cross – No Right to Vote for UK Expats! 

…yet many true-blue patriots were debarred merely because they’d dwelt overseas for some years.

Now there’s a chance, in a small way, but still an opportunity, for ALL you British readers to cast a vote…


…albeit in an online poll, with a question straightforward enough for most of us!


 “Is Spreadsheet Phil right to refuse to make preparations for escaping the EU without a ‘deal’, or is he being grossly irresponsible?”


I encourage you to vote in it.

So says Rory Broomfield, of TFA, and his exhortation arises from Hammond”s deliberate attempt to undermine Britain’s bargaining position in the current talks.

The Chancellor has caused outrage this morning as he all but admitted that the Treasury is helping to ensure that the UK will be ill prepared for a no deal. Writing in The Times….

….Philip Hammond suggested as much with an admission that he will not allow spending to go ahead now on preparing for a ‘no deal’ scenario and, as a result, planning for this will only get underway at ‘the very last moment’. 

This is absolutely unacceptable and is a dangerous ploy to get the UK to accept any deal – no matter how bad – because it is underprepared for ‘no deal’.

If you’re far from home, you can do your bit.

That’s more than Hammond will ever do for his country!