Brexit has already cost every household over £600 a year, according to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, and even David Davis -- so bad they nearly named him twice -- admits that leaving the EU is going to cost a fortune and that the settlement will be heavily in favour of Brussels. Cue Brexiters saying "These are only predictions!" and "Project fear!" But where are the Brexiter's costed or even credible predictions of sunlit uplands? Or their accounts of how their foolish voting has already brought great advantages to the UK? Such as £10+ a week better off instead of £10+ a week worse off? How long can it be before the realities of Brexit penetrate their thick skulls and shrivelled hearts? I've given up being polite about them. Yes, there may be some who have thought everything through and voted with intelligence. I'll start believing in their existence when one of them provides convincing arguments about the immediate advantages of the Brexit vote, i.e. the good things it has delivered so far, or even about the future advantages of this idiocy. Cato the Elder is said to have finished all his speeches with "Carthago delenda est!", Carthage must be destroyed. To spare the tender sensibilities of Brexiters, I'll use my equivalent only on political threads: ARTICLE 50 MUST BE WITHDRAWN. Cheers, R.