#EURef The European Union stops wars. We can fix the rest.

  • 6th Century: Really wish these Romans would stop telling us what to do.
  • 7th Century: Wars.
  • 8th Century: Wars.
  • 9th Century: Wars.
  • 10th Century: Wars.
  • 11th Century: Wars.
  • 12th Century: Wars.
  • 13th Century: Wars.
  • 14th Century: Wars.
  • 15th Century: Wars.
  • 16th Century: Wars.
  • 17th Century: Wars.
  • 18th Century: Wars.
  • 19th Century: Wars.
  • 20th Century: Wars.
  • 21st Century: Heated debates about bananas.

The continent of Europe has not experienced this length of peace and prosperity since the fall of the Roman Empire, another useful example of European integration and (forced) cooperation. On Thursday 23rd June 2016 the UK will vote either to remain in or leave the European Union.

Not everything is right about the European Union. But, much like our United Kingdom there is nothing about the European experiment that can’t be fixed from the inside, rather than throwing a hissy-fit and running out.

I’ll be voting yes in the referendum.



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