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Put your left arm in, your right arm out, in out, in out, shake it all about….. In the lead up to the June 23rd vote, campaigning had become dirty, nasty politics…gloves were off. A sadness hung over the media as if everyone’s mother had died.
Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage in support for ‘Leave’ travelled the country, as did the Prime Minister David Cameron who led the ‘IN’ campaign. In the hours and days that followed senior politicians grappled for power. ‘Brexit means Brexit’ we were told, and we’re going to make the best of it!
And so it was on that Friday morning June 24th the country awaited a decision that would change the face of Britain and its people for decades to come. Scrambling to put my clothes on and get my gear together, I headed out into a murky summer’s morning to the home of Boris Johnson. Theresa May welcomed President of the European Council Donald Tusk to No.10. ‘You must invoke article 50’, shot Tusk, with a steely stare. In those weeks over the summer of 2016 politics had never been so exciting, so explosive.
I woke at 4.30am that morning and turned on the television set. When I arrived at 5.15 am there were five or six photographers gathered outside Johnson’s home. That simple choice between IN or OUT had become more complex, divisive and painful than any of us could have imagined.