Man still thinks ‘no one really knows what will happen’ is argument for Brexit

A man is still saying “at the end of the day no one really knows what will happen” as though it is a shrewd argument for Brexit instead of a convincing case against.

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Ray Doyle of Basildon is under the impression that uncertainty about the consequences of an action is grounds for doing it, according to friends.

Friend Will Bodie said: “You might say uncertainty is undesirable and that everything humans have built and achieved has been done by as much as possible removing it.

“Not Ray.

“I gave him a lift the other day. He said ‘Is this car safe?’ I said ‘I dunno mate’ and he said ‘That’s good enough for me.’

“He’s a fucking idiot.”

Asked about the consequences of leaving the EU, Brexit Secretary David Davis told a Commons committee: “At the end of the day no one really knows.”

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