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A golden rule of politics is always to listen to my friend Daniel. The night of the referendum, as the results came in, my old comrade was both upbeat and realistic. “It’s a great victory,” he said, “but you realise they’ll never let it happen.”

In retrospect not only was he probably right but this was obvious. As outrageous as overturning Britain’s referendum result might seem, it’s the historic norm. “They” always get their way in the end, and when I write “they” I refer not just to the EU but also to national governments who have worked to override several democratic decisions of their own populations.

Since Maastricht (and excluding Brexit), the EU has been beaten in a member state referendum...

A golden rule of politics is always to listen to my friend Daniel. The night of the referendum, as the results came in, my old comrade was both upbeat and realistic. “It’s a great victory,” he said, “but you realise they’ll never let it happen.”

In retrospect not only was he probably right but this was obvious. As outrageous as overturning Britain’s referendum result might seem, it’s the historic norm. “They” always get their way in the end, and when I write “they” I refer not just to the EU but also to national governments who have worked to override several democratic decisions of their own populations.

Since Maastricht (and excluding Brexit), the EU has been beaten in a member state referendum...

A golden rule of politics is always to listen to my friend Daniel. The night of the referendum, as the results came in, my old comrade was both upbeat and realistic. “It’s a great victory,” he said, “but you realise they’ll never let it happen.”

In retrospect not only was he probably right but this was obvious. As outrageous as overturning Britain’s referendum result might seem, it’s the historic norm. “They” always get their way in the end, and when I write “they” I refer not just to the EU but also to national governments who have worked to override several democratic decisions of their own populations.

Since Maastricht (and excluding Brexit), the EU has been beaten in a member state referendum...

A golden rule of politics is always to listen to my friend Daniel. The night of the referendum, as the results came in, my old comrade was both upbeat and realistic. “It’s a great victory,” he said, “but you realise they’ll never let it happen.”

In retrospect not only was he probably right but this was obvious. As outrageous as overturning Britain’s referendum result might seem, it’s the historic norm. “They” always get their way in the end, and when I write “they” I refer not just to the EU but also to national governments who have worked to override several democratic decisions of their own populations.

Since Maastricht (and excluding Brexit), the EU has been beaten in a member state referendum...