The authors of https://quiteu.wordpress.com/ are doing a fine job of extracting facts and opinions from a range of sources. We’ve picked out a sample, which can be found most easily on the blog or visited directly from the links provided.
An opinion from two French admirals caught our eye:
The Daily Telegraph, 13.6.16 – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2016/06/12/letters-david-camerons-threat-to-make-brexit-penalise-pensioners/
So did a surprising (to us) view, from the Institute of Economic Affairs, that the BBC is far from balancing its output:
Donna Rachel Edmunds, Breitbart, 10.5.16 – http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/05/10/report-bbc-displays-clear-significant-anti-brexit-bias/
Not all professors are in favour of remaining:
Frank Furedi, Spiked, 7.6.16 – http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/its-not-the-economy-stupid.-its-a-fight-for-democracy/18430#.V1fpsCFfBJY
The Leave campaign has been justly criticised for not offering a detailed plan of how Britain might manage after Brexit. This article helps to put that right:
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Daily Telegraph, 2.6.16 – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/01/leave-camp-must-accept-that-norway-model-is-the-only-safe-way-to/
A disturbing revelation from a former Downing Street insider, who claims that the deluge of demands from the EU makes Britain ungovernable:
Steve Hilton, Daily Mail, 23.5.16 – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3603793/Why-quit-EU-Cameron-s-guru-Friend-strategist-Steve-Hilton-breaks-ranks-Brexit-say-Britain-literally-ungovernable-unless-power-self-serving-elite.html#ixzz49Sy942mq
And much, much more to worry us – and persuade us to vote for the betterment of Britain.