I have both French and British nationalities and I consider myself European. My family is scaterred between France and Brittain. We worked in the UK and retired in France. We exercised our right to free movement trusting our European rights were secure. I grew up in a family that has payed a heavy tribute to two cruel wars in Europe and for me the EU secured it would never happen again. The rejection of foreigners and of the European Union that has been expressed throughout this campaign has shaken my sense of security and identity. I still hope and believe that all Europeans, including the Brits share a common history and culture and that we can mend this horrible tear! I have voted Remain and I hope and pray the majority will do the same in the name of peace.
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