Brexit jump? It’s a long way down
A BLOOMBERG billionaire expressed no enthusiasm for holding referendums which, in his view, posed complex and critical questions for which many did not have the knowledge to make a proper assessment. Especially things like the UK giving up 45% of their trade.
He said the best and intelligent thing to do is to hold a second referendum because of the serious consequences and the complexities Brexit will bring to the UK.
It is now apparent that the public were lied to and fed fake news by people backed by the rich and powerful driven by self-interest.
This has been a heady brew for anyone to handle, with the truth scrambled. Please take the time to consider the future for yourself and the generations to come. Think carefully before you jump, it may be an awfully long way down.
Will Woodward, Ridgeway Avenue,