By Luke Aldridge
In my previous Brexit post (please click here to view the post) I found myself in a position where I was annoyed and politically frustrated, much like the other 48% of the British electorate. We had all witnessed a drastic shift in the direction of British politics and it was intimidating for a lot of people. Although I clearly communicated the fact that I was giving my opinion and cared about how other people felt about this sensitive topic, I did not refrain from expressing my thoughts passionately. Though of course time moves on and so I feel it is relevant to revisit this topic now that I have more knowledge and insight. It is also important to discuss this issue because there have been so many developments and realisations that it would be hard for me to put it off any longer as a political blogger.
Firstly, and most importantly…
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