‘Almost every aspect of our lives would be affected by Brexit’
TWO recent items in the Post & Times should be seen in relation to each other.
On October 1, A Karic of Leek wrote a letter headed ‘Cut all ties and pull up the drawbridge.’
Of hard-line Brexit they admitted: “This will mean a degree of poverty in this country but it will be temporary.”
He did not say how deep the poverty would be or how long it would last.
On October 24 the paper published an article headed ‘Moorlanders flock to capital for Brexit protest.’
Several coachloads of Staffordshire and Cheshire protesters made their way to London and joined in the October 20 march.
Staffs4europe had started out as Leek4europe and spread.
This is the result of people in general and business managers in particular realising how much they have to lose by either a hard Brexit or no deal.
Peace in Ireland would be endangered.
Almost every aspect of our lives would be adversely affected, especially food prices, security and medical care.
As Councillor Rod Fletcher of Cheshire East Council has warned: “The poorest people would be worst hit if we leave with a no deal Brexit.”
We all make mistakes. The Brexit vote was a huge one, but it need not be final or fatal. Britain deserves a second chance. Margaret Brown Name and address supplied