cougie - you've illustrated valid reasons for 'yourself' wanting to remain 'in'. And that is most likely the source of the fury of plenty of those who voted 'remain'.
The 'remains' voted that way as they believed they had valid reasons for doing so. The 'leave' result would really affect them.
So from that, it sticks in the throat to be tripped up by people who voted to leave when they knew the result wouldn't actually affect them at all either way.
What's the perceived profile of someone who voted out?
What is it?
Out of curiosity.
How does this decision actually affect your lives right now?
The good old days .
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