Then, nearly two years later, there was another referendum to consider – this time on the UK’s membership of the European Union. He hadn’t thought much about the issue before, but it seemed the original aims of the European project – to bring peace and stability to the continent – had been met. The crisis in the Eurozone made him wonder what the point of it was in the current era.
“You start thinking, ‘So it started out as something, but is it still serving that purpose to this day? The world we live in now, is that where we were when this bloc was formed?’ I think we live in a completely different time.”