Why I’ll be voting to stay

Peter Marcus

Over the past week I’ve had the chance to think about the upcoming referendum. My dilemma wasn’t which way to cast my vote in June. It will surprise no one that I will need no persuasion to vote to retain Britain’s membership of the European Union.

What I didn’t always understand was why I was so sure that Europe is the way forward.

At first I thought that I could be out of a loyalty to Denmark, a loyalty which meant I wanted nothing less than to see a separation between my two countries. But it isn’t. My loyalty lies first and foremost with the people I love.

Perhaps, I then thought, it comes from an unexplainable hated of Nigel Farage and George Galloway and a natural disagreement with them. Of course, that hatred could be explained very easily – just look at them. But my certainty that we…

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