So many of you do not grasp the reality of the situation, and then lash out against people most likely to sympathise with your views. I voted No in the referendum of 1975, and have ever since tried to get the political classes to accept that British people only voted for a common market, not for an ever more powerful EU government. That is why I support powers back, a sensible set of trade arrangements, and a referendum to ensure the popular will is affirmed. As a democrat I have to accept the will of the people in a referendum, unless and until that is reversed by another referendum. This has all proved impossible in recent years because we have had a succession of Parliaments with Euroenthusiast majorities, chosen for whatever reason by the British electorate.