Praying the Queens saves Brexit and we can leave.

Praying the Queens saves Brexit and we can leave.

Over the last two years this country here in the UK has been in turmoil, where 51.9% of the UK wanted to leave and 48.1% to remain in the Brexit vote. Brexit means ‘British’ and ‘exit’

Here is a Youtube video by TLDR News clearly explaning the upto date situation of the Brexit deal as of 23th January 2019.

With the narrowness of votes it has been a bitter battle between the Leave and Remain groups trying to force which way the UK should go. I am glad our Queen has mentioned this and I really pray the politicians will listen to her. If they don't I pray somehow that she intervenes and gets our Brexit because we voted for it and a nation.

Here in Scotland people voted to remain, I voted as part of the UK and wanted to leave. I feel Scotland voted as part of the UK has we are a united together after the 2014 Scottish independence referendum. The SNP political party have been bitter on leaving and wanting to keep in the EU. I see great things with leaving the EU with one of my thoughts is that we will get our fishing waters back.

A politician called Nigel Farage who really speaks the truth on these matters with being in the past a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) speak good in this video in why we need to leave.

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Peter J Gordon

Peter J Gordon

My name is Peter J Gordon and I'm from Helensburgh, Scotland.

I have been trained to minister and preach through the Proclamation Trust with Cornhill Scotland. We are a Bible-believing body of believers in Christ whose passion is the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the teaching of the Word of God verse by verse with expository sermons.

Comments (1)

  • Born Again Christians

    Born Again Christians

    • 05 February 2019 at 18:21
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    By ProductiehuisEU
    The BBC has faced backlash in the United Kingdom after “shamefully” broadcasting a speech by Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt but failing to show a “patriotic” speech by Brexiteer Nigel Farage who was also speaking in the European Parliament on Wednesday.

    Twitter users were in uproar after BBC News at Six did not broadcast prominent Brexiteer Nigel Farage’s defence of Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday – instead opting for a clip of MEP Guy Verhofstadt demanding for more clarification on Britain’s Brexit position.

    Guy Verhofstadt called on Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to "discuss content" during their meeting rather than just "eating biscuits and drinking tea".

    A BBC spokesperson responded to the comments and told: “The BBC continues to report Brexit impartially and features a wide range of different perspectives across our news coverage. Our journalists report independently and without fear or favour.

    No worries for our viewers, this clip has both Farage's and Verhofstadt's speech. Happy to share.


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