When the most feeble government of recent memory describes itself as strong. When they have the gall to bandy the word chaos about when our country has never been more chaotic thanks to their referendum and subsequent fall-out, when the Opposition refuses to bring clarity to the one issue this election will be decided on, and when the one leader with a clear view on Brevity is relentlessly quizzed by TV political editors about his views on .. gay sex.
We live in strange times. Yet there are encouraging signs that the truth is working its way through the fog of lies and obfuscation. A poll in this week's Times newspaper indicated a three percent swing towards the sentiment that Brexit is bad for the country - giving those of us who feel this way the comfort of knowing we are now in the majority!
Wishing you all a great relaxing Bank Holiday weekend. We fight on!
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