Posted: Yesterday at 17:04
Not everyone Westy.
My wife voted 'leave' because she's from New Zealand.
When Britain entered the EEC all bilateral agreements between New Zealand and Britain had to be terminated. Preferential treatment of British imports into New Zealand ended in 1977.
This meant her country got shafted.
Others voted out, not because they thought they would be better off financially, but because by remaining they knew they wouldn't be. After all, they had only been waiting since 1974.
I did ok financially by some sort of accident of exchange rates. Only on paper mind. Meaningless numbers.