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    David
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    As people don,t seem to like serious debate,how about a word game to lighten the mood?They seem to be very popular on UIB so let,s see.Going through the alphabet,any word,good or bad,relating to Brexit,i,ll start……….. A=  Abysmal

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    brian61 in Normandie
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    B = Baffled  :unsure:

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    C – Contentious (clearly).

     

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    D- Dumb (the people voted for it and organizing it :-) )

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    E – Electorate who can be all of the previous four words !!

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    F = the Faith that Brexiteers all have that this is going to work out Just fine

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    G for the grit required to achieve it.

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    H – Hurdles, of which there are many to negotiate.

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    I – what about isolation, self-imposed though.

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    J – Juncker ex President of the EU

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    K.  Knowledge ( or lack of)

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    L, lies, of which many have been told.

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    M= Mayhem-a word frequently used to describe the process and the antics of you know who!

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    N – for Nigel, one of the people who spread the contents of L, (see above)

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    Ostracized – I hope this will not happen to the UK.

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