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Difficult to see why Anon 14:50 thinks his views are somehow challenged or discredited by Anon 14:12. The first Anon rightly points out that many solicitors and other living in this country feel no overriding allegiance to the UK; the second Anon acknowledges that this is true of himself. What's the issue? Why make such heavy weather about it? This radical difference in outlook is precisely what the referendum was all about - or, rather, ought to have been about, because we know very well that a large proportion of Remain voters didn't share Anon2's principles at all but were motivated by simple fear or personal self-interest. I believe most Leave voters, like myself, have nothing but respect for Anon2's principles. But we happen to share Anon1's.
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