henry wrote:They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.
I voted 'Remain'.
It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.
The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.
It's a shame that you felt the need to distrust your natural gut instincts because of a few petty, hate-filled remainers scaremongering. But I suppose that is democracy - your right to choose. It's just a shame that those voting remain are practically voting to give away that right.
But I won't critique any of whom who have voted. Why would I? I hate the EU - an institution that hates freedom of choice!