I’m a neutral on Brexit… admittedly I voted remain after doing a lot of research and seeing through the misinformation of the Brexit campaign. But I always wanted to leave, just didn’t think it was going to improve things. To be honest if the Brexit campaign hadn’t employed misinformation I may have voted to leave. However the vote is out…. albeit by a tiny majority, so let’s get on with it.
My problem is still that I don’t trust the Tories to get a good deal for the majority of people. The way they ran the referendum was a shambles and has split the country, not brought it together.
I was bemused by what I was hearing on the radio today, so called “Brexiters” claiming that so called “Remainers” would be the cause of Britain not getting a good deal on leaving the EU ……. Really …come on REALLY! Let not start trying to put the blame off on others before we even start or is the confident bravado waning now?
This has to stop we are going into no man’s land, we may end up better off, we may end up worse off. No one knows because it’s not been done before. It’s a coin flip and anyone who tells you different is just guessing. The more those that voted to leave keep name calling with “Remainer’s” “Remoaner’s” Etc the more the country will be divided.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion. People who vote Tory don’t suddenly become labour supporters when Labour gets voted in, no they still have their ideal's and opinion’s and carry on arguing their point of view.
The beauty of this country is its still one of the most democratic countries in the world, regardless what we think of our politicians. The only thing both camps should be doing now is scrutinising what deal this government is going to get for the Majority ….. I aint holding my breath.
One thing im sure of this wont just take 2 years. We may leave the EU in 2 years but we will be sorting this out for 10 years plus.