Rosie's Brexit Diary
6 December 2018

Britain subjugated to the EU

Two days ago the government lost three votes in a row and was held to be in Contempt of Parliament for the first time ever (in the UK). The government was forced to publish the legal advice it had received on the Withdrawal Agreement.

The legal advice was released yesterday, and sure enough, it flatly contradicted what Theresa May and the Attorney General (Geoffrey Cox) had told Parliament. As independent legal advisors had told us, this Withdrawal Agreement does indeed hold Britain under the authority of the EU as a vassal state in perpetuity and would effectively break Northern Ireland away from the rest of the UK.

Nonetheless, neither Theresa May nor Geoffrey Cox have resigned.

British Newspaper The Independent has discovered that Geoffrey Cox is paid large sums of money by the EU that he has not disclosed.

One of those three votes that the government lost, hands power from the government to Parliament; that is to say, from the Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers, to MPs. Now, this might sound like a good thing for democracy, and I suppose it would be if MPs were committed to fulfil the promises they have made to the electorate - but no. The majority of MPs want to remain in the EU and Remain they are determined to achieve. Today’s articles in the Daily Telegraph make for miserable reading.

Freddie Mercury and Queen say it again:


I want to break free

I want to break free

I want to break free from your lies

You're so self satisfied I don't need you

I've got to break free

God knows, God knows I want to break free