Brexit (3)

I suppose it would be irrational not to make some sort of comment on the results of the vote and on the mood of sombreness, in spite of the weather, in my morning walk across the park:  what it’s like to wake up and discover that, once again, the psephologists and great majority of political commentators have got their analysis wrong;  and that the Labour heartlands in the north of England and Wales have chosen to vote against the economic benefits of EU funding and the political benefits of collaboration in favour of the extreme uncertainty and potential political dangers, as well as the intolerance, of a vote for Independence.

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One thought on “Brexit (3)

  1. Susie Blundell says:

    What’s most depressing that 70% of 18 to 25 years voted to stay in pointed out by the Chair of the European Parliament not our pundits. Still another political landscape we will have to rise to the challenge and not go backwards.

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