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  1. Oh dear, looks like the Guardian are having a few difficulties 'processing' reality. They seem perplexed that the economy didn't just collapse in a heap the moment Brexit won the referendum, as they and other 'liberal progressive' types had assured us (and each other) it would: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/05/why-uk-economy-defied-predictions-doom-brexit-vote The notion that maybe there were valid economic reasons in favour of Brexit has of course, completely escaped their politically correct, SJW collective heads. Nope, Brexit was a disaster and anyone who was in favour of it could only have been so for Racist/ Xenopobic/ Uneducated/ deluded reasons. So it's a real headscratcher why the sky hasn't fallen. Don't worry Guardian, there will be an economic crash sooner rather than later and you can blame it on Brexit whenever it happens.

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