This is the best Brexit we'll get, says DARREN GRIMES

Sneakily, away from the public eye, they have stretched every rule to breaking point, relied upon every arcane parliamentary procedure they could find and pulled every lever of power available to them to make sure that the will of 17.4 million "plebs" is thwarted. It started even before the referendum when David Cameron banned the Civil Service from preparing for Leave winning the referendum, forcing the new post-referendum government to start a delivery plan from scratch. It continued when Philip Hammond refused to allow vital spending on no-deal preparation.

And it's ending with attempts by Remain MPs like Hilary Benn to "take control" of parliamentary business so he can ride roughshod over our vote - enabled by a disgracefully partisan Speaker in John Bercow.

I could keep listing elites who have used their power to thwart the people's vote, but the longer I go on, the angrier I get.

My fury peaks when I think how close we now are to them stopping Brexit altogether.

We are days away from a "lengthy" extension to our departure date being forced through Parliament by anti-democracy Remoaner MPs.

If we think about how much damage the Establishment has done to the Brexit cause in the last 30 months, imagine how much more they can do if Parliament and the EU bounces us into a 21-month extension.

The number who voted the Give these people until December 2021 and they will kill Brexit altogether.

So, it pains me to say it, but I think the honest truth is that Theresa May's withdrawal agreement is now the best Brexit we're going to get.

It's not everything Brexit could and should have been, by a long shot - but it is much, much better than giving the Establishment another 21 months of plotting to stop Brexit completely.

If we lose it all now then that's it!

If we don't get out in the next few months, even on these compromised terms, is there any chance they'll let us get this close again? No. No chance at all.

Darren Grimes is a Brexit activist

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