The #Brexit quote of the Day

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The #Brexit quote of the Day

via Tim Blair:

UPDATE III. Reader Steve emails:
I phoned my Uncle Johnny (WWII Para­chute Reg­i­ment) last night to wish him a happy 90th birth­day. He was putting on his over­coat and head­ing into the rain to his polling sta­tion in West York­shire. I asked which way he was plan­ning to vote.

“When I was 20 I dropped into France to stop the Ger­mans tak­ing over my coun­try,” he replied, “so I thought I’d bet­ter have another go at stop­ping them now.”

It’s also worth not­ing that unlike the youth of Eng­land who voted to stay folks like Uncle Johnny here remem­ber an Eng­land that did just fine with­out an EU to give them orders and thus weren’t afraid of it.

via Tim Blair:

UPDATE III. Reader Steve emails:
I phoned my Uncle Johnny (WWII Parachute Regiment) last night to wish him a happy 90th birthday. He was putting on his overcoat and heading into the rain to his polling station in West Yorkshire. I asked which way he was planning to vote.

“When I was 20 I dropped into France to stop the Germans taking over my country,” he replied, “so I thought I’d better have another go at stopping them now.”

It’s also worth noting that unlike the youth of England who voted to stay folks like Uncle Johnny here remember an England that did just fine without an EU to give them orders and thus weren’t afraid of it.