Other countries may see it as an opportunity to create closer bonds through trade without the EU getting in the way.
Utter nonsense. The vast majority who vted out had other issues han immigration on their minds. Though it may have been a factor for some it certainly wasn’t for the majority. Multiple polls showed this at the time. Unless you happen to read The Mirror.
Stating the obvious isn’t patronising, it’s stating the obvious. If you can’ty afford to put food on your plate because your industry has been negatively affected then instead of whinging about it you have a responsibility to get yourself employment in an industry where you can earn enough to put food on the plate.
Really, you’ll cite google news as an accurate non biased news source?
No, it isn’t. Not in the slightest. We’re too busy celebrating getting on and living our lives, earning a living and laughing at the sad group of people who still can’t get their heads around the fact that they lost a democratic election and that, in spite of their loss the world hasn’t collapsed in on itself.
I, as an out voter, have nothing to prove. You, as a remain voter, seem to have plenty of reasons to moan. But then, judging from some of your other posts, you don’t strike me as an overly positive person. Are you prone to finding things to dislike and whine about?