LETTER: Regardless of what happens with Brexit, we are Brits

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I would like to reassure Ava Kvooris (letters, December 28) that unless public opinion changes considerably, Brexit will happen.

I wouldn’t believe everything that Nigel Farage and co say. We shouldn’t become sidetracked by extremes on both sides of the argument.

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There is no given formula and people will be dissatisfied whatever the outcome. It is not disrespectful or antidemocratic to suggest that voters have a right to change their mind. After all, at no time during the referendum campaign did we get a firm idea of what Brexit would look like. That doesn’t necessarily mean that a second referendum should take place, we still don’t know if there will be a trade deal or the full ramifications resulting from it.

At the end of the day we are all Brits, not leavers or remainers, whatever happens as a country we have to make it work.

Dave Rice

Walton