The first Brexit video I ever made. I'd been sharing it since late march. Not about economics at all. Just addressing the human rights issues (closest to my heart) and debunking the "uncontrolled immigration" narrative.
Correcting the EU dictatorship narrative
I was less diplomatic, but still, at least this proves we didn't all say the EU was perfect.
Again, Cameron hurt the campaign more than he helped.
My first video explanation of the Single Market.
First time I heard them use the phrase "Independence Day"
I met the bad type of Brexiteer.
It didn't need to make sense. It just had to sound scary.
One of many tweets where I'm repeating how much I ALSO hate Cameron.
When the results were coming in...
We all had to fight the same impulse to brand Brexit voters because we'd only seen the worst of them on TV.
I accepted the Result.
The cynicism begins...
My first mention of a "second referendum". I was never in favour of another in out referendum because I knew it would be undemocratic to re-run it under the same circumstances.
And I stuck with that principle. If Brexit no longer produces the outcomes people envisaged when they voted for it, the people have the right to judge the new outcomes. Obviously it's even more different now.