Like people, I became fed up of all the hype, half-truths and speculation leading up to Thursday’s vote. The confusion in most people’s minds was great.
Then, with a predictably close verdict, the United Kingdom chose to leave the EU.
As you know, I always ask the question: “What’s in it for Wales?”. And, with the future still not certain, I cannot answer that. Certainly, our land will lose much EU funding – and I do not think that the Wasteminster government will replace that.
I note that the Cardiff area and mostly-rural Ceredigion voted against leaving. But Wales as a whole voted to get out.
Well, a fact is a fact. We shall not be part of the EU in future (though it will take two years to actually leave . . . ). And we must choose to work together for the common good – that is what The People of Wales have always done in times of confusion.
I look forward to seeing if the Brexit predictions of a brighter future were accurate.
And that’s about the last you’ll read in this column about the whole thing – you and I are fed up to the rear molars with it.