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Engineer named Jason told to re-write the calendar

Alan Brown Silver badge

Re: Can't we get rid of May?

"If those other countries refuse point blank to play ball, the only possible position is a clean break."

And Britain will find out rather quickly that Australia, India, New Zealand, etc etc don't need trade deals with the UK, but the UK _does_ need trade deals with them.

Britain will also find out that memories of being shafted when the UK joined the EEC in 1972 still resonate and there will be _no_ "special deals for the homeland" despite what those harking back to an empire whose wheels fell off around 100 years ago care to believe.

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