‘The Leave campaign was filled with disinformation. The people of the UK were misled’, says Patrick Stewart

Actor Sir Patrick Stewart has given his support to anti-Brexit campaign group ‘The People’s March for Europe’, saying:

‘The Leave campaign was filled with disinformation and one huge falsehood – the £350 million that was going to find its way into the NHS’.

‘That £350 million never existed. The people of the UK were misled. Monthly reports are published on the economic impact of leaving the union – and they are all negative’.

The campaign group are currently planning a so-called ‘Autumn of Discontent’, with marches through London scheduled for September.

‘It is up to the people to reclaim the future, and our safest and best future lies in Europe and the EU’, said a spokeswoman for the group.

100 word news by The Hooting Times.

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  1. Hey Patrick. Those dilithium crystals are for powering the Starship enterprise to warp factor 8. You aren’t supposed to shoke them in a crack pipe, you retarded cretin

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  2. It appears that unlike brexit supporters Patrick Stewart can tell the difference between fact and fiction.

    Matt – Dilithium in fiction is a crystal with the chemical symbol Dt and the atomic number 87, in reality Dilithium – Li2 is a diatomic molecule made by bonding two Lithium atoms (also in reality the atomic number 87 belongs to francium).
    The Starship Enterprise is also a fictional creation much like the £350 million claim and other pro-leave arguments.

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  3. Just stick to acting……we got enough stupid idiots talking crap. We don’t want to be controlled by Brussels, we don’t want to be patronise by any other country about our taxes, human rights, lmigrstion and etc,etc,etc. Europe it’s not the only market where we can sell our products. Stop telling us negative thoughts. we voted for brexit and we stick to it as you stick to acting. Ok?!

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