That is the next date on which the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the EU. The day before All Saints’ day has been surrounded by myth and legend. What cannot be doubted, after the result of the recent elections to the European Parliament, is that if the UK does not leave on that date all hell will break loose.
Nigel Farage’s party – ten points ahead of the nearest Remainer party – will clearly pose a serious threat to established parties in either a General Election or a second referendum.
What has been called a ‘hard Brexit’ or a ‘no-deal Brexit’, but which is more properly a ‘clean Brexit’, now looks to be the only option for Mrs May’s successor.
Bring it on!