THOUGHTS ON THE REFERENDUM
NOW WE HAVE THOSE WHO ARE AGAINST THE BREXIT RESULT
Yet for the first and only time many went out to vote and took the chance to get out of the EU clutches. 70% of the UK electorate went out to vote and this is surely a legally binding result.
Much more so than us being governed by the conservatives who received only 30% of the vote in the general election. Now we have accepted this situation as normal and get on with life as normal under our heavily biased PR system. Yet there are those who do not want to accept the most fair electoral result we have ever had in the countries whole electoral history.
Let us look at how things work in Switzerland. Here Referendums are an accepted part of this countries government and it is making much better progress than our country. Itl may well be that it’s people are more politically interested than people in the UK, but we are now at a time when we must wake up and take part in what is happening around us – only time will tell but as new contracts are made with othewr countries surely we also will move ahead of our present position. Surely much to do with how the UK performs is to do with its educational system and more must be done to make this viable than it is at present. The solution to the problems that makes our teachers unable to teach properly and want to leave their profession are to do with discipline and heavy and unnecessary paperwork and can be relieved in a very short time. It is well time a revised and workable system of education was proposed and another referendum to bring in a government who will bring this about is exactly what we need most!