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I should not be ambivalent and incredibly calm about the outcome of the Brexit referendum.
I should be agitated and anxious as I was ahead of the Scottish Referendum two years ago.
I had, for decades, been extremely ANTI-European Union (EU). I voted in 1975 AGAINST staying in the EU.
To start with I was, of course, in the LEAVE camp.
Then I started having second thoughts. Though I will, alas, never get the chance it is kind of nice to know that I could go and live anywhere in the EU that I wished, say Italy or Holland. Would hate to lose that. Also the unhindered travel.
So in this case, much to MY surprise, I can see ‘positives’ in either outcome. Amazing.
So I am very calm. Emotionally unattached, so to speak.
The results will be interesting and I will stay up to watch them — if need be.