Donald Tusk thinks Brexit support will die away. On the contrary, it has never been stronger

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Telegraph.co.uk 

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Don’t give up on stopping Brexit, Donald Tusk urged British voters during a speech at the College of Europe in Bruges this week.

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The outgoing President of the European Council then went on to make a fatuous football analogy, suggesting that the Brexit debate was like a match that had run into extra time. Far from having been settled in the referendum, he implied, it could be settled in a penalty shoot-out.

But what was really telling was Tusk’s follow up remark that leaving the EU would mark the ‘real end of the British empire’. Senior Eurocrats still seem to imagine that we Leavers are animated by nostalgia and a yearning for empire. 

Having spent my entire adult life campaigning to get Britain…

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D on’t give up on stopping Brexit, Donald Tusk urged British voters during a speech at the College of Europe in Bruges this week. The outgoing President of the European Council then went on to make a fatuous football analogy, suggesting that the Brexit debate was like a match that had run into extra time.

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