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Another day and another story on how, after Brexit, the UK will face Armageddon.

From queues stretching miles back from Dover to vast job losses across the economy, carefully placed stories, (often from - I am sad to say - Government sources) litter our papers and are seized on with glee by the broadcast media.

The latest one actually left me laughing as I read about the plans to evacuate HM the Queen and the Royal family in the event of a no deal Brexit.

This, it turns out, is because they are worried about civil disorder as people may take to the streets to vent their anger. Actually, I fancy there is a greater likelihood of anger from the public if they find out their vote to leave has been...

Another day and another story on how, after Brexit, the UK will face Armageddon.

From queues stretching miles back from Dover to vast job losses across the economy, carefully placed stories, (often from - I am sad to say - Government sources) litter our papers and are seized on with glee by the broadcast media.

The latest one actually left me laughing as I read about the plans to evacuate HM the Queen and the Royal family in the event of a no deal Brexit.

This, it turns out, is because they are worried about civil disorder as people may take to the streets to vent their anger. Actually, I fancy there is a greater likelihood of anger from the public if they find out their vote to leave has been...

Another day and another story on how, after Brexit, the UK will face Armageddon.

From queues stretching miles back from Dover to vast job losses across the economy, carefully placed stories, (often from - I am sad to say - Government sources) litter our papers and are seized on with glee by the broadcast media.

The latest one actually left me laughing as I read about the plans to evacuate HM the Queen and the Royal family in the event of a no deal Brexit.

This, it turns out, is because they are worried about civil disorder as people may take to the streets to vent their anger. Actually, I fancy there is a greater likelihood of anger from the public if they find out their vote to leave has been...

Another day and another story on how, after Brexit, the UK will face Armageddon.

From queues stretching miles back from Dover to vast job losses across the economy, carefully placed stories, (often from - I am sad to say - Government sources) litter our papers and are seized on with glee by the broadcast media.

The latest one actually left me laughing as I read about the plans to evacuate HM the Queen and the Royal family in the event of a no deal Brexit.

This, it turns out, is because they are worried about civil disorder as people may take to the streets to vent their anger. Actually, I fancy there is a greater likelihood of anger from the public if they find out their vote to leave has been...