Pound down, productivity down, inflation up, wages stagnant, NHS in crisis, 58 "special reports" of "excruciating detail" turn out to be copy and paste from wiki, £40 (?) billion leave bill, leaving already costing £350 m a week, but hey the idiots have got blue passports back.
You just know that when they try to use those passports, they'll do nothing but complain about having to queue at customs.
All this talk of "they depend more on us than we do on them" is errant nonsense, and the tories don't have a clue what they're doing.
Pound is devalued yes, which is good for exporters and was a correction which was way oversdue.
inflation was due to rise anyway so nothing to do with Brexit
Wages stagnant is obviously not good but increasing public sector slaries to even higher than private sector will do little to help.
NHS funding is year on year every year going up, maybe we need to have fewer people in the country or a more efficient NHS?
£40 billion leaving bill is equivalent to 2 years membership and is based on us getting a free trade agreement so who cares really.
How is leaving costing £350 million a week, more detail and facts on this please
Blue passports are a sign of independence from the EU, they should be celebrated not mocked and there is no reason why you sholdn't still be able to use the fast lane when flying within the EU, that is just petty from the EU.
The EU sell more to the UK than the UK sell to the EU so even in a worst case scenario the government could use collected tariffs on imports to subsidide exporters and still have a profit so yeah they kind of do need one of their biggest markets.