Roll up for Brexit - a fake revolt of the underclass, led by the rich https://t.co/oP4ezBUJwD— Paul Mason (@paulmasonnews) June 21, 2016
Why Ireland is so fearful of our closest neighbour leaving the EU | Enda Kenny https://t.co/xsIvYPtSN8— The Guardian (@guardian) June 20, 2016
The Guardian view on the EU referendum: keep connected and inclusive, not angry and isolated | Editorial https://t.co/xyRUqzqZhJ— The Guardian (@guardian) June 20, 2016
Prof. Paul Craig on Brexit, Sovereignty and Reality: challenging the factual misconceptions that circulating https://t.co/VurFP8rOoE— Oxford Human Rights (@OxHRH) June 21, 2016
Why has Official Ireland lined up so unambiguously on one side in a debate with two potential outcomes and uncertain ramifications? ...
I see in Ireland the anti #Brexit propaganda has been ratcheted up another notch or two! Propaganda is always terrifying.— David McWilliams (@davidmcw) June 20, 2016
Here in Ireland and all across Europe, ‘Giga’ econometric models have been cranked up to support, almost overwhelmingly, the Remain side. Can I remind you that the last time we had such uniform certainty from economic models was also during the ‘soft landing’ era. We all know what happened next.
Who am I to question Officialdom and say Brexit will be good for us?https://t.co/rw0pKOHyuE— David McWilliams (@davidmcw) June 16, 2016