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The best analogy on the reality of the Brexit deadlock goes this week to a photo of a "Believe in Britain" bus trying to drive through a closed road.
The photo was taken ahead of the UKIP-organised and Tommy Robinson-backed "Brexit Betrayal" march through London on Sunday.
Protestors demanded a no-strings hard Brexit and the march included people carrying a hangman's noose for Theresa May.
Been sent this spectacularly timed shot of a Brexit bus zooming onwards despite the road ahead being closed https://t.co/FVw6zlvRiV — Asa Bennett (@Asa Bennett)
It's fair to say that the image of the "Brexit Betrayal" bus taken before the march nailed people's feelings of despair as Theresa May delays the House of Commons' vote on her deal.
The journalist who posted the photo wrote:
Been sent this spectacularly timed shot of a Brexit bus zooming onwards despite the road ahead being closed
@asabenn 🤔🤦♂️ https://t.co/7iKN4FtHvV — Sprocket (@Sprocket)
@asabenn It's empty too, reflecting perfectly the promises of the leave campaign etc etc — Neil Hopkins (@Neil Hopkins)
@asabenn @IamHappyToast I do love the Tesco Value branding of the Leave Means Leave logo. — Danny Kodicek (@Danny Kodicek)
@asabenn 🎵We’re on a road to nowhere🎵 — Kzaz #GTTO #SaveOurNHS #FBPE 🌹💙 (@Kzaz #GTTO #SaveOurNHS #FBPE 🌹💙)
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