Irreparable damage to a bloc of nations
Published 06/07/2016 | 02:30
The media, political brain-pots, financial and economic wizards through their lack of guidance did cruel and irreparable damage to a comparatively happy trading bloc of great nations.
The consequences of Brexit, that have reverberated throughout the entire EU bloc, should have been fully explained by media, heads of state, economic and social experts and given the same vast coverage it is getting now, long before Brexit.
The outcomes were as obvious then as now. It was a tragic result for Prime Minister David Cameron because he only intended it as a clarion cry to the administrative powers of the Union that he wanted changes and certain conditions he hoped would bring better understanding and benefits for all. Unfortunately the gamble came unstuck. I agree 100pc with John Bellew (Irish Independent, Letters, July 4). That such a marginal vote should be allowed cause such chaos and uncertainty to the lives of millions is reprehensible.