I see no reason to apologise at all, and will not take instructions from you - simples.
There are none so blind as those who refuse to see.
So your analogy is that those that voted for Btrexit voted for a decrease in the exchange rate they obtain?
Erm no, you said that, it seems that you are an expert at putting words in other people’s mouths to make your point.
How can you be so certain that Brexit will adversely effect our kids and grandkids?
How can you be so certain it won’t ? That’s why they need the option to give Brexit ten years then keep it or bin it or bin it even sooner, like when the final deal is revealed.
If the UK is such a mes then why do over 230,000 EU nationals ANNUALLY want to live there?
Could it be that the housing crisis you so ably atriculate has been brought about by unfettered immigration, and that also applies to schools, GP surgeries and a massive ever growing strain on the finances of the NHS.
Relative to a country that’s experiencing hard times, the uk is paradise.
I agree immigration puts pressure on housing and infrastructure, but so does the decimation of social housing and under investment in the nhs etc, our aging population, our kids won’t look after us, it’s down to them nasty immigrants isn’t it ?