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Can't be bothered with another anti-Brexit rant video, but if something breaks the "deal" then great, we can agree to sling it and get the chance to sort things properly. But first we need to replace our PM with an alternative that puts our nation's needs first and doesn't capitulate to unreasonable demands from the EU, or any other group or individual for that matter.
Here's a Remainer response: we chose to leave; no major party is going to try take us back; realistically we can't go back unless we accept penalty terms; so let's just vote for a government who will make the best of the situation and have an appropriate set of laws on employment and strikes.
There...we can look forwards not back.
If Femi Oluwole has made over £1 million in his entire life, then I’m a Pro-Brexiteer.
He was born in 1990 (now age 33), after university was an internee in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and human rights agencies (organisations not known for paying interns a fantastic wage).
At the age of 27 he left his traineeship and moved into his parents' loft to become a campaigner against Brexit. He is currently employed by ‘Our Future Our Choice‘ (a British pro–European Union advocacy group for young people) as their spokes person (and is one of their founding members).
I very much doubt that during 6 years working for Our Future Our Choice, Femi has grossed more than £300k – it would not surprise me if Femi (the multimillionaire) was still living in his parents’ loft.