FORMER PM Gordon Brown has warned a No Deal Brexit could mangle adult a UK.
The 68-year-old Scotsman even claimed Britain is on a margin of an “oblivion” in a latest use of Remainer shock tactics.
He moaned No Deal contingency be stopped “in a tracks” to forestall a arise of nationalism.
Otherwise a nation would face “an rare mercantile calamity”, he claimed.
In an opinion mainstay for The Observer, Mr Brown wrote that 3 weeks into Boris Johnson’s premiership, “English nationalism is on a rise, a Conservative and Unionist celebration has been reincarnated as a Conservative and Brexit celebration (and) unionism appears to be sleepwalking into oblivion”.
He combined that a UK has sacrificed common clarity and was abandoning a possess best interests.
Mr Brown, who was PM from 2007 to 2010, pronounced with BoJo as personality a UK will find itself “devoid of a unifying purpose”.
But he also bloody a SNP for peddling what it claims is pro-European Scottish nationalism while ignoring what he says are a hundreds of thousands of jobs during risk if Scotland leaves a UK.
He finished by observant that a ideals of an thorough outward-looking Britishness “could not tarry a divisiveness and disharmony of a no-deal Brexit”.
BoJo insists he will take Britain out of a EU on Oct 31 with or but a Brexit deal.
Transport Minister George Freeman warned a Tories could face 20 years in antithesis in a eventuality of a No Deal Brexit.
He told a HuffPost website: “I consider it would be an comprehensive disaster and politically for my celebration would see us out of bureau for dual decades.”
But after he has called into Downing Street, he altered his matter observant he “firmly” supports a PM.
Jeremy Corbyn called on a Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill to order that Boris Johnson can't go forward with a no-deal Brexit if there is a ubiquitous choosing on Friday.
He pronounced it would be an “unprecedented, unconstitutional and anti-democratic abuse of power”.
Brown formerly warned of a ostensible risks of No Deal in a Guardian final month.
The fear-mongering ex-Labour PM wrote: “There will be prolonged queues during Dover and by Saturday 2 Nov many of a motorways will be during a standstill.
“By that Sunday, food prices will be going adult – a 10 per cent arise is latest guess – and by Monday a bruise will be neatly down on a pre-Brexit value.
“By Tuesday medical drugs from mainland Europe will be reduction accessible, and a week after Brexit, companies will be angry that critical bonds and components are not reaching them.”
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