The aftershocks of a vote to leave the EU will rebound on Britain | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian


A lurch towards disintegration wouldn’t just rattle the institutions of the European Union, it would endanger the UK’s liberal values too

Source: The aftershocks of a vote to leave the EU will rebound on Britain | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian

One thought on “The aftershocks of a vote to leave the EU will rebound on Britain | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian

  1. When I voted in 1973 to be in the Common Market, I believed I was voting for a purely trading agreement, if I had known how it would be today I would have voted not to join.

    If the EU did not want the UK to leave then they could have given more of what we wished for, that is assuming that D Cameron had any intension of keeping to his promise to negoiate a better deal.

    Yes, we have a Veto on some areas, but it only needs another T Blair to forego the vetos as he did when he was PM.

    When the Common Market was formed the French under De Gaulle in 1963 vetoed the UK application to join and he also did not wish the EEC to be a political union.

    As we can not trust many of our politicians to use whatever veto we have this is our only opportunity to exercise our option, so Vote Leave.

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