41 thoughts on “History … sadly

    1. Last year, the group I was with, like so many others, spent its days campaigning, and it was obvious many people had changed their minds. But no. ‘The Will of the People’. Nobody voted for this.

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      1. Just came across a political cartoon – a presumably English guy walking to the left carrying a suitcase with “BREXIT” written on it and a Scottish guy walking to the right with “EXBRIT” on his suitcase (the artist is Graeme Keyes).

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    1. I know! For all we had a serious purpose, these marches were wonderful occasions of belonging, solidarity and friendship. I can’t believe how many people have had their dreams shattered.

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  1. What a wonderful photo! As a European expat living in the UK, it is very sad to see how things are going. And I don’t just mean the potential economic and practical consequences, it’s also the signal which is being sent.

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  2. For years after we moved back to NZ from the UK, we wondered if we’d done the right thing. Brexit confirmed that we did. Although I guess if we hadn’t it would have meant two more “remain” votes 😦

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  3. So so sad. I remember being so excited when we joined EU. And now ☹️
    Ive had many a battle in Brussels on a work front but at least we could argue (and sometimes win). Now we are throwing all that away.

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