Sticking with the Mail on Sunday. (They do know MoS was pro-Remain MoS all along, but like the magazines. Backing the deal seems to be different).
Post-1987 something like
Farage/Cameron* (* have been Miliband; can't recall)
I asked Kathy (Irish, Catholic, Dublin-born) if she is also still in favour of a united Ireland. She is, in principle, but UK voted for Brexit so not at behest of EU
Do not see v.basic stuff at risk: we had access to medicines before we were in the EU.
It will be chaotic now, lorries at Dover, because govt didnt sort any of it out for 2 years. May's fault. It will take a year to sort out after we leave
This was mostly because No Deal is assumed to obviously include common sense Uk/EU solutions to the absolutely basic things.
* Broadcast > Print
* Leave broadcast messages usually simpler (so clearer) than Remain - but this time many Remain broadcast messages similar to Leave messages (on the deal), so can reinforce the overall hard Leave mesage.
- Strong intuition that 'they are bound to sort something sensible out'. (Hasn't the PM said all along its possible? no deal being better than a bad deal).
- Public mistrust from 2016 in what all sides say exacerbates
q.hard for many Remainers to understand this view of Theresa May as a Remainer (defined by immigration, citizens of nowhere, etc)
So May v.narrow support from any side
Will be interesting to see whether/how these arguments shift or do not shift views among the in-laws and other Essex Leavers next month/by January.
Increasing mistrust of politicians; also big business
Very high levels of bedrock confidence in British state
(which will sort out practical responses to disruption of no deal)
A v.interesting insight from @SHGWilks responding to this thread