Laura Perrins: Peter Hitchens, on February 4, 2016, in a blog headed ‘Why I won’t be voting on Referendum Day’ you said: ‘If we voted to leave, who would implement the decision?’
You pointed out: ‘What’s more, it’s increasingly difficult to imagine our much-diminished country managing to walk alone again on its atrophied and shrivelled leg-muscles, weakened by years of non-independence. I myself am baffled as to how a referendum could decide the issue, when huge majorities in both Houses of Parliament, plus the great bulk of the media, plus businessmen (traditionally utterly ignorant about politics) plus the civil service, the education sector, and the judiciary, are committed to our continuing membership.’ (My emphasis.)
Now of course as time goes by, more and more people are asking for justice in all walks of life. Those of us who embrace Common Law and sow those seeds will at some point reap the rewards for holding steadfast to that what is true. Time will prove me right!