The Telegraph asks for Brexit poems and it all goes wrong
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When the Telegraph asked for poems about Brexit they probably weren't quite expecting the reaction that it received.
The problem was that most of the responses received didn't come from the pro-Brexit supporters that rally behind their newspaper, but Remainers responding in their masses with their own unique take on Britain leaving the EU.
Here is just a flavour of the anti-Brexit retorts that were sent in reply.
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