Decision has been made

I watched the anti-leave march on television and couldn't help wonder, what if the result had gone in favour of the remain camp.

Monday, 11th July 2016, 8:50 am
Updated Monday, 11th July 2016, 9:51 am

I don’t think you would have seen the leave campaigners behaving in the same way. We would have accepted the result, though disappointed would have stuck by the mandate the British public had chosen.

Who brought all these people out from the woodwork? The same people who materialise when there is a vote not to their liking – the chattering class who purport to speak to the working class “Labour” and the big business and college brigade who earn a nice living, thank you, at the expense of Joe Bloggs.

The vote also highlighted the divide between the North and the South. If the Tories are in they shun the North because they know they can’t count on the vote, and Labour, which arrogantly presumes that it can expect the vote of the working-class North, while they pander to the ethnic vote in the South.

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I would like to know why they allowed the closing date to be extended by 48 hours?

Did they know then that the leave vote was ahead, and the need for them to get more remain voted in?

We at UKIP expected a stick-up, just like Mr Cameron’s deal with the EU was a farce. Thank God common sense prevailed.

I W Pallace