The EU, the UK, and the ‘Perhaps We’ll Brexit’ Referendum

Should we Brexit? Perspective of a British Millennial living in Europe—you might be surprised

How is it that only a year ago we were celebrating the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta—the first constitutional document recording the agreement of the ruler to be accountable under the law or be removed from the throne, the document that influenced many freedom-advocating constitutions around the world, the document that has come to represent opposition to the unrestrained and autocratic use of authority—and now we are seriously considering letting a set of people, who haven’t been voted in by the UK’s public, continue to hold an increasing amount of power over our lives—power that, to me, looks mostly unrestrained and autocratic—? Continue reading “The EU, the UK, and the ‘Perhaps We’ll Brexit’ Referendum”