Brexit ‘Britain does not seek permission from the EU to breathe!’ – Remoaners are mercilessly silenced.


Brexit ‘Britain does not seek permission from the EU to breathe!’ – Remoaners are mercilessly silenced.

BREXIT BRITAIN has gained yet another major triumph following its exit from the European Union, which has seen Remainers savagely torn apart by their dire predictions.

Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit plans to transform the UK into a worldwide shipping powerhouse have been given a major boost with the announcement that the Duke of Northumberland is teaming up with pensions behemoth Legal & General to construct a massive “super-port” in Teeside. According to sources close to the deal, JP Morgan is advising the consortium, which is anticipated to make an offer in a matter of days before the second and final binding offers are made by the end of the year. The sale of PD Ports, which employs 1,300 people and has 12 locations across the UK, is being handled by investment bank Royal Bank of Canada (RBC).

Mr Johnson and his chancellor, Rishi Sunak, have written to big institutional investors, asking them to support British enterprises following the UK’s exit from the EU.

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen believes that redeveloping up to 4,000 acres of land in the area, including the former SSI steelworks, will result in the creation of thousands of employment.

“Investors are queuing around the block to take advantage of an independent and sovereign Britain,” said Matt Vickers, MP for Stockton South, who praised the latest Brexit benefit.

The new Teeside freeport, he claimed, will “create tens of thousands of high-quality employment and bring billions of pounds into the region.”

Brexiteers have seized the overwhelmingly positive news for Brexit Britain to debunk Remainers’ relentless doom-mongering that the UK would come apart after leaving the EU.

“I think it was up and running before,” one This website reader remarked in response to our initial story.

It’s almost as though these gimmicks are being announced in order to mitigate the effects of Brexit.”

Another reader responded with a scathing retort, saying, “Or demonstrate that the UK no longer has to beg permission to breathe in and out.”

Another person stated, “Remainers despise the United Kingdom and everything good about it.”

“Why don’t they go live in a country that is more agreeable to their point of view?

Some people make remarks on here without taking off their blinkers, one person grumbled.

“If they lived on Teesside, they couldn’t deny Ben Houchen and his investment.” Brinkwire Summary News


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