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On 23rd June 2016, that fateful day, around 4 million people who had backed the Conservatives at the 2015 election voted Remain. Others voted Leave on the understanding – as elaborated by such leading Leave campaigners as Boris Johnson – that leaving the EU need not mean leaving the Single Market. Indeed, Boris himself said just three days after the Referendum “there will continue to be free trade and access to the single market” (Daily Telegraph, 26 June 2016).

All of those voters have been betrayed by a political class which seems to believe that personal survival far outweighs their duty to their country.

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