Victory for democracy

The outcome of the EU referendum was a huge victory for democracy, while David Cameron's decision to resign as Prime Minister means we've killed two birds with one stone.

Tuesday, 28th June 2016, 8:01 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th June 2016, 9:03 am

There’s no doubt the vast array of left-wing bigots and anti-British racists will despair, primarily because it should, hopefully, halt the erosion of British identity and culture, most keenly felt by the ethnic English community.

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There is every reason to believe Britain will thrive outside the EU, yet we must ensure the right people negotiate our withdrawal.

One final point, the result of the referendum had absolutely nothing to do with people’s confidence or lack of, in the Tory Government, it was about one thing and one thing only: Who did we want to govern Britain, Brussels or Westminster? Thankfully the people have made the right choice.

M Brown