Earlier this year, the UK had, what is called a Referendum Vote. It’s more commonly known around the world as the ‘Brexit’ vote. It was also the first time I stayed up to hear the results of the vote live. Itwas me and two good friends sat in my parents living room, eating junk food and drinking tea. Being the political geeks and children of the modern culture that we are, we had multiple screens with various news sources showing us the reaction from the population. The moment that Farage uttered his “Independence Day” speech I, like 48.8% of the population of the U.K., felt angry, upset and dumbstruck at what had happened. At the time I would also have said I felt betrayed Read the full article on the Methodist Website
What Kind of Day it has been.
Posted : November 9th, 2016