Over 150 people have viewed this post. Please tell me that I am not the only one to think that, even though this has been going on forever, this is totally and utterly immoral?
Like the majority of my friends and family, I voted to remain in the EU and deeply regret the decision that was made by 52% of the electorate. But this was the decision that was made, whether rightly or wrongly is a personal matter; I don’t think that anyone can deny that the country is in a bit of a mess. That said, and this is probably too simplistic a take on it, but it is the way I see it, the result of the Referendum reflects just how many disillusioned people there are across the UK, who want change and better lives for themselves and who believe that their needs would be best served outside the EU. Like all of us, they were given an opportunity to vote and they took it. To swap votes with people of a similar social standing, and to even suggest holding a second Referendum, is in my view about as undemocratic as it comes and I really really hope that most voters have higher moral standards.