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    This is interesting because I believe that we can handle leaving the EU block to be fair, I voted to remain and accepted the result that we’re leaving the bloc, I believe the negatives side effects will not last for too long, we’re the 6th richest sovereign nation on earth, so we can deal with this, also the Uk (our country) can trade with EU and the rest of earth properly. Again I’m no fan of trump(I hate him in fact), but…. we shouldn’t be put off by him, we should focus on getting new allies, repairing relations with our very-very old allies and work on new trades with Africa, south-east Asia and Latin America, including our friends in the Anglosphere too.

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    Isn’t WikiTribune supposed to be unbiased?

    This: “This made her a tireless defender of British democracy to some and to others a hate figure trying to frustrate “the will of the people.””

    sounds biased to me, staunchly pro exiting the EU. I’m disappointed at seeing biased things like that here in W.T. and if since it’s apparently written by a core WT editor then that doesn’t bode well to me.

    Here you can see that most young people wants to stay in the EU,
    and the ones who want to leave, are the older people:

    http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-36619342

    Maybe one reason I’m reacting, is that I think it’s sad that Britain left the EU. It’s sad that the old people who I think don’t know that much about [working in different countries and having friends from all over the world], and who won’t take a particularly active part in society (because old & soon retired), got to decide the future for the younger generations against their will.

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      (So, since most young people want to stay, BREXIT is not “the will of the people”. It’s rather the will of 50%-60% of those older than 45. Whilst most others (younger than 45) were against.)

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        Hmm now I re-read the phrase: “This made her a tireless defender of British democracy to some and to others a hate figure trying to frustrate “the will of the people.””. ok so the will of the people referred to something else than what I first thought.

        Still I think the article is biased: it gives the false impression that either 1) one thinks she’s a pro democracy hero, or 2) otherwise one is one of those angry hate people. The article doesn’t seem to acknowledge that most people who want to stay, are kind & friendly people who don’t send any hate emails. Instead they just silently disagree with her.

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      As you note below, you misread what was being described which was the polarity with which she is seen and portrayed.

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    I thought this link was for suggesting interview questions. If so, here’s one. “I’ve been a supporter of Best for Britain for some time but wonder if the campaign has now become more specifically Brexit-focused than its original purpose of supporting parliamentary democracy?

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      Thanks. I will ask her your question

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    Do you have any ambition to hold public office?

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      Thanks. I will ask her your question

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