Brexit – words, words, words and no sense * update



Even the cartoonists have run out of original images for the ongoing horlicks of Brexit – cliff edge, Theresa May walking the plank (we wish), flying pigs and unicorns, Napoleon’s retreat, flogging a dead horse, yatter yum.

Latest thought from Janet Daley in the Telegraph is that the Remainers have won since there aren’t enough votes to carry Theresa May’s third-time-unlucky-go at her flawed deal; so we might as well stay in and make Macron’s life hell.

Arlene Foster of the DUP is looking discontented and discomfited this year with tr Pluto opposition her Mars in Cancer; and tr Saturn also in opposition in this April, and again till late year – which all looks like a major setback, with more disasters in 2020.

The UK chart looks befuddled from March 30th for a few weeks and filled with panicky uncertainty in May to mid August. Though there will be a ray of good cheer over the final days of March into April from tr Uranus square the UK Jupiter.

On Theresa May there’s nothing new to say – slipping and sliding downhill, with more disappointments over the end of this month and onwards in April.

Boris Johnson still tops the polls to replace her if she’s prised out of No 10 – heaven help us and that’s not a political reaction, more cringing embarrassment. He’ll pick up a minor head of steam over the end of this month with tr Pluto trine his Mars/Jupiter midpoint; but the rest of the year looks edgy, downbeat and undermining.

Michael Gove is heading for major changes and upheavals in his life with tr Pluto trine his Uranus from the final day of this month which runs into June and then on and off till late 2020; is facing a disaster or two from late this month to mid April; and a fraught several months of Pluto collisions with midpoints to the year end. He does have tr Uranus trine his Sun from mid April which can bring positive changes; and two upbeat and successful Uranus transits to Jupiter midpoints in late May and again July onwards. So it’s possible he steps up and then finds what a poisoned chalice he’s taken on, since nothing late year looks good.

Cartoon: Bob Moran.  Political Cartoon‏ @Cartoon4sale

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7 thoughts on “Brexit – words, words, words and no sense * update

  1. “there will be a ray of good cheer over the final days of March into April from tr Uranus square the UK Jupiter.”
    Does this suggest that May’s Deal goes through on the third or fourth attempt?

    • Polls suggest 57% of people would vote remain now so perhaps its a long extension which gives the country an uplift? an extension would also explain why the Tory chart/May’s chart, Liddington’s chart, Rees Moggs chart and Steve Barclay’s chart all look down from April.

    • Saw this too, showed it to my husband, and his comment was: “That’s you.” Can’t argue with him, I’m all that. I’m also an October 1st Libran, like Theresa May, and you all can be happy I do not have any intention to run for any office anytime. I hear, however, there will be about 50 openings at Customs here due to Brexit, and since I’ve worked with Imports, and liked it, I may apply.

  2. Thanks for this. I really hope the doom and gloom for May and Foster means the attempts to get the meaningful vote through again this week fail and we head into a long extension of article 50. On a side note, I regularly find your predictions to be the most accurate on Brexit. Well done!

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