I don't want to make another list, but the US stabbing allies in the back is another common thread that runs through almost all administrations.
Regardless, the nation voted to exit, and that should be respected by the politicians.
Yes, they voted to exit but the question was silent as to the form of that exit, which could take numerous forms ranging from hard Brexit to a Norway style arrangement - we have no idea how many people voting remain wanted hard Brexit versus a softer version so you can't take the referendum as a mandate for hard Brexit specifically. The referendum question was poorly designed as nobody thought Leave would win so they never thought through the complications of asking such a vague question.
As I said, sovereignty is not something that needs to be surrendered for free trade.
The EU isn't just a free trade area like NAFTA, its also a customs union and a single market for goods, services, capital and labor. You certainly don't need to give up much sovereignty for free trade, but for those other things you do.
The sovereignty was given for the much larger goal of the elimination of sovereign nations within the EU.
The EU is quite a bit more complicated and quite a bit less nefarious than a mere anti-sovereignty organization.
Nothing pathetic about wanting sovereignty back, and nothing pathetic about expecting politicians to follow the will of the people.
I suppose its correct that wanting sovereignty per se is not pathetic, but wanting both it AND the benefits of an organization which by necessity requires giving up some sovereignty is. You can have one or the other, not both.
And for reasons I said above, there is no evidence that hard Brexit represents the "will of the people".
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