The truth, as near truth can be … I’ve not read anything more balanced or better written … you’ll not see this in the UK press … it should be … well done, Lucy.
One of the most contentious and discussed subjects for generations, there is no doubt that there is little fresh information I can bring to the Brexit debate. The recent success of the ‘People’s Vote’ march and petition to revoke Article 50 – juxtaposed against the sad and rather creepy handful of Farage supporters shuffling about the place – has brought genuine hope to Remain supporters that Brexit will be cancelled altogether. But is it really as simple as that?
The referendum was a close run thing. In 2016 16,141,241 people voted to Remain in the EU. 17,410742 voted to Leave. At the time of writing*, the petition to revoke Article 50 sits at almost 6 million signatures, so that’s still 10 million short of people who voted to Remain in the first place – and voting requires significantly more effort than clicking a link and filling in a few details…
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