opinion Sam RamsdenFreelance writerSaturday 23 Jun 2018 8:00 am Share this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via googleShare this article via whatsappShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via smsShare this article via flipboardCopy link As we mark the two year anniversary of the Brexit referendum I am astounded by just how quickly time has passed since that fateful day and how stagnant our political progress on this issue has become. As the nation sits pondering the outcome of the marginal decision to leave the European Union, we find ourselves held captive in what I can only describe as a confused nationalist purgatory in which the economy continues to lag and valued workers and businesses continue to leave. The worst part of this seemingly pointless debacle? We did it to ourselves. By this point you’d be right to assume that I am indeed a remain supporter, so strongly in fact that in recent months my dismay at the entire Brexit process has driven me to become more politically engaged than I ever could have imagined. Advertisement Advertisement Earlier in the year I proudly marched alongside thousands of fellow countrymen and women at one… Read full this story
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