A great argument for leaving the EU, from someone who lives where such decisions matter, and are not just liberal Europhile niceties.
It is fair to say I will never be described as saintly; I have never mastered piety, my good works, such as they have been, are mundane, and I too easily slip into my vices. I imagine, that the majority of us, I am better described as a sinner than as a saint. However, over the past year and a half I have developed a saintly aspect, rather small but perfectly formed, I have developed the patience of a saint and I have needed it.
I live and work in a rural, agricultural part of the country where the majority of my neighbours, mainly farmers, voted in favour of Brexit. I tend, like my friends, to have liberal views and to be welcoming of change. I also voted in favour of Brexit. Since the referendum there has been a steady barrage of complaint – “How did you come to…
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