Slowly but surely the scare stories conjured up by the remain group, trying to sway the people with an Armageddon threat, plus exaggerated forecasts about the economy leading to ultimate bankruptcy, appear to be false.
The truth will unfold in time.
Lord Mervyn King, the former governor of the Bank of England, has expressed his disgust publicly.
He said the campaign was the most dispiriting he could recall in his lifetime.
Upon reflection, it is gratifying that the mood and aspirations of the remain group were not present in the 1938/39 era, when the will of the people had not the slightest doubt of their loyalties.
Of which action to embrace to safeguard our country from the threat of invasion.
The conclusions are too horrendous to contemplate.
J W Bearby,