For United Kingdom referendum voters, the real case for staying ‘in’ is linked to the diminished political power the country will be able to yield as a lone wolf.  Pivotal moments in history require difficult truths.
Much like in Greece, many political leaders in the UK and a portion of its citizens are plagued by a partly defensible superiority complex, due to the place in history that their country and empire once held.
This is increasingly evident in the ranks of the ‘leave’ campaign that ...

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