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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Leave voters: Surprised', 'anxious' and 'pleased'

David Cameron's allies are said to be supportive of any leadership bid that home secretary Theresa May chooses to make. They are keen to try and stop Boris Johnson from becoming the next Tory leader. "I would find it all but impossible to have him as my leader," a senior Tory source told The Times. “I don’t know if he can be prevented from making it to No 10 but many of us are willing to try.”

Sir Alan Duncan, former Conservative minister and a Remain supporter, says people should not automatically assume that Boris Johnson will be the favourite to replace David Cameron as leader. He said: "Do not assume he is the darling of Conservative Party activists. A lot of them don't necessarily want a permanent ride on the Big Dipper."

Founding EU members held a crisis meeting on the future of the bloc after Britain's seismic vote to leave the union and the resignation of David Cameron. French President Francois Hollande says the British vote to leave the European Union poses questions "for the whole planet."
The City of London is at risk of losing its prized "EU passport" that allows firms based in the capital to operate around the single market, a member of the European Central Bank Governing Council has said. Losing it would likely trigger an exodus of firms to the eurozone.

If the government do not do this, they can be voted out and replaced. We do not need the approval of the EU to govern our country.
Our government needs to appoint the best negotiators to carry out the exit process and stabilise the current uncertainty. Bickering about the result is pointless and undemocratic in the political arena.
The UK population needs to pull together now. The democratic process is over. We need to show others in Europe that huge reforms in the EU are necessary if it is to continue.

For this reason, I voted Leave on Thursday. Although I have felt some anxiety, I also feel hopeful.
I have no doubt we will see some turbulent economic times initially, but we have seen economic turbulence through the recession, and prior to that, with the high interest rates and inflation of the 1970s and 80s.
As an "out" voter, I am still European. I still believe in mutually beneficial trade deals, both with Europe, and the rest of the world, and I support controlled immigration.
Britain was, is, and will continue to be a great country. I am optimistic. We should see "brexit" as an opportunity.

We need to be able to make our own decisions that affect us including our laws and our spending, not least how much money goes to the EU.
The amount of money we send to the EU is atrocious.
The government called for a vote to stay in or leave the EU and the people of Britain voted out.
The outcome of the vote should be respected. Otherwise the voters of this country will only have a voice when the result is what the politicians want to hear.
It should be remembered that this is a democracy and everyone should respect the wishes of the majority.

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