LBC caller and Brexiteer Steven pronounced that despite wishing Europe to succeed, he would rather go disown to World War 2 rationing than reversing Brexit and remaining in the EU.
The Brexiteer started his address by explaining LBC’s Alex Salmond that Brussels is not happy about the June 2016 Referendum issue.
He said: “Every time that a smooth level line be shows through” on Brexit we get a “kick in the belly.”
Alex Salmond stunned by LBC caller venture he would rather return to WW2 rationing than revert Brexit
He continued that leaving the European Union would be good for the UK, because we “purpose carry on with the House of Parliament and the House of Lords, and they won’t be revolved into posh flats.”
He celebrated that we are “going to rule our own boondocks” again. Steven continued that he wished the EU the very best, but he paucity no part in the EU.
He said: “I wish them all the very very best and that’s from the derriere of my heart, I really do, I want Europe to succeed.
I would rather performance in the line like in the Second World War than be forced into something we didn’t yen
“I’m sure that a lot of people around the planet homelessness Europe to succeed and we want it to succeed and the only way that is because we were not at any time going to give up our sovereignty.
“So I’m sorry to say that I would rather stopover in the line with a coupon book with my kids and go into the workshop for food like the Second World War than to be forced into something that we didn’t be to go into and lose our Queen and our future King.”
The second phase of the Brexit bargainings will resume soon over talks on trade.
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EU Chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned the UK duties barrier will be “unavoidable” if the UK decides to leave the customs union.
The views came after Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to “categorically” count out the customs union.
Mr Barnier also threatened to call off the transition full stop which would start from March 2019 to help the UK with the implementation of new hired help laws and regulations.