Monday morning newsmix: prophetic vision for Cornwall validated

In A Vision Over the Nation published on 4th August Yinka Oyeken wrote:

‘…I saw Cornwall basking in the love of Christ and Father surprising her with a gift by releasing unexpected wealth to her, she will no longer be called impoverished and will be the envy of the nations….’

Upon checking for the latest on Why Leave The EU? I noticed Jonathan Ely’s link to the Express on Saturday appears to validate the vision Yinka received:

Brexit boost for Cornwall after £77M tin mine investment

Amidst intercessors deep concerns and prayers over the battle to delay if not block Article 50 application to leave the EU, today’s Express headline reads: Brexit is ‘FULL STEAM AHEAD’ as Theresa May VOWS to get Britain out of the EU quickly.

The item opens: ‘Brexit is the Prime Minister’s “top priority”, according to a Downing Street spokeswoman, as calls grow for Mrs May to trigger Article 50….’

Telegraph Online has Theresa May tells feuding ministers to ‘stop playing games’ and get on with the job.

The piece opens: ‘Theresa May has vowed to push ahead with plans to formally trigger Brexit at the beginning of next year as she ordered her eurosceptic ministers to “stop playing games” and get on with the their jobs. The Sunday Telegraph disclosed that Liam Fox, the International Development Secretary, had written a terse letter to Boris Johnson in which he effectively demanded that the Foreign Office be broken up…(!!)

Apparently, Dr Fox thinks our trade with other countries won’t flourish if responsibility for future policy remains under the FO but even though on holiday the PM has insisted the ministers focus upon delivering Brexit

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