“Unnecessary three-year delay cost the UK more than £2 billion”

This letter sent to the Star was written by Mike Dodgson, Sheffield, S6

Friday, 17th January 2020, 10:52 am
Updated Friday, 17th January 2020, 11:03 am

Injustices continue as the actual heroes representing the little people to fulfil final departure from the European Community are totally ignored with no recognition of our MEPs’ sacrifices.

Instead, reconnections are proposed between the Leavers and Remainers. There is no mention of removing knighthoods, peerages, lordships and honorary titles from those who even travelled in packs to Brussels to openly undermine their own country. Let us never forget that the unnecessary three-year delay cost the UK more than £2 billion, at least one expensive general election and weakened our final bargaining strength.

I would only seek to reconnect with the likes of our outgoing MEPs than those who blatantly tried to overthrow the will of the people to safeguard its future freedom and sovereignty by taking back control.

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Wolves can change their sheep’s clothing and there is already talk of another EU referendum. To date, not one of the senior rebels has moved to be nearer Brussels or Strasbourg. I wonder why! Let us all hope that future disagreements are made more respectful for our countries and their citizens, but I suspect that several years hence should the EU still exist the wolves will be back again.

Peace be with you all in the meantime, and beyond.