“I applaud the common sense of the British electorate”

This letter sent to the Star was written by Roy Stott, Doncaster, DN4

Monday, 17th February 2020, 6:52 am
Updated Monday, 17th February 2020, 6:53 am
Boris v Corbyn

Some 70 per cent of the Doncaster electorate voted Leave, yet the party wishing to Remain retained the Central seat.

The Labour Party, along with the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party, had no intention of adhering to the wishes of the UK public and would have done anything they could to feather their own nests and remain in the clutches of a corrupt organisation.

No doubt the 'Stop Brexit' placard carriers will continue to make the most noise and never cease in their diatribe towards the 'moronic racist Brexiteers'.

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It grieved me enormously to put my cross next to the Tory candidate.

However, it had to be so.

The prospect of Jeremy Corbyn with his anti-NATO, anti-deterrent, 'leave our country defenceless because most other countries are' rhetoric is deeply shocking. "Don't worry, the USA will protect us". NO, they won't Mr Corbyn and why should they?

I dread to think what Corbyn's 'let 'em all in' open-door policy would have done to our lovely land and I applaud the common sense of the British electorate for rejecting him.