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I suspect that at the last minute there will be some grand compromise, but time is getting pretty short.
IF there is a no-deal brexit and IF there is massive economic disruption, then it could turn into a serious social issue. Losing your job and then having your bank collapse and finding limited food at the store and not having your doctor or prescription available and your kids at home from closed schools, all occurring at the same time, would be pretty stressful. And having no football or beer, well...
Never happen, there will be more bread-substitute and (rigged) football than ever, post Brexit.
Those two elements have been the main reason for decades that Brits put up with being misruled for the profit of the JRM's of this world.
Boris' water cannons may not be necessary as long as warm stout and the beautiful game are there to ensure bleary, dreary compliance continues.
More lotteries will subtract fuel from revolutionary fires.
'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty
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