Alex Kane: Despite misgivings, I will be voting for Brexit

Ukip leader Nigel Farage passes the Houses of Parliament in London, on the Brexit Bus after launching a new Ukip EU referendum poster campaign. Picture by Press Association
I FIND myself very uncomfortable with key figures within the leadership of the Leave camp, particularly Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Michael Gove. A lot of the stuff I read from Leave supporters on social media is unpleasant and, in many cases, just pure bile. I certainly don’t buy into the argument that “foreigners are ruining our country.” The claim that the United Kingdom would become some sort of economic powerhouse if we leave can only be tested by actually leaving; meaning that leaving represents a huge risk for every single citizen, worker, saver, taxpayer,[...]

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