Wednesday, March 09, 2016

A good case for voting In

Just to show some people on both sides of the referendum argument are still capable of civilised debate and giving credit to the other side when it is due.

Personally I still think the best exposition of the "Remain" case so far has come from Professor Adam Tomkins on his North Britain blog, called "A Tale of Two Unions" and available here.

But I am grateful to pro-Brexit MP Stewart Jackson for re-tweeting a post from Fraser Nelson plugging a Speccie article by Timothy Garton Ash called "A Conservative case for voting 'In'" which Fraser describes as the best such case he has read. It is indeed a good case, and can be read here.

Now in the interests of balance I shall have to find and plug one of the good cases for "Leave" and link to it ...

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