It seems some UK people not even allowed to travel freely in England
Seen at Taunton services, a sign of Boris Johnson’s great deal with the EU – reminders to lorry drivers to obtain their ‘Kent Access Permit’ before travelling to England’s most south-eastern county:
As the artic driver who sent it to the SKWAWKBOX noted:
The Brexit dream was to see Britons set free – it would appear some Britons are now not even free to enter certain parts of England!
Restrictions on the amount of currency you can carry in Northern Ireland without declaring it have also been announced.
Of course, without sabotage by the Labour right, Keir Starmer’s manipulation of the second-referendum pipe-dream and the shameless abandonment of proper journalism by the so-called ‘mainstream’ media, the UK could have been enjoying the ‘heavenly’ Brexit deal agreed in principle in 2019 by Jeremy Corbyn and the EU.
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