Clarke is aghast at the government’s approach to Brexit as a long time EU champion. This is slightly different to people saying that someone who is potentially going to be our PM is an anti-Semite. Sadly, it terms of voting intention, as Ben and Alan show, people just don’t seem to care.Then of course there's (ex-)Tory grandee Ken Clarke: "I will not vote for some crazy, right-wing nationalist organisation, calling itself a Tory govt"
Pause to reflect that this is someone who was at the heart of Thatcher's governments.
I would be equally concerned about the basket case policies Labour want to run with that would bankrupt the country. If you think we’ve had ‘austerity’ for the last ten years, we’ll need it for decades after 5 years of Corbyn and McConnell. £400billion to fulfil basic promises and that doesn’t even include the cost for nationalisation, which apparently would be £200billion just to get it all rolling.