“Cameron enters history as the Prime Minister who chose, for party political advantage, to gamble the future of both the British and European Unions.
In the General Election he excited English nationalists against Scottish nationalists.
In the referendum, his Remain campaign that should have been a positive and inclusive Project Hope was too often a constrained Project Fear. Technical aspects of the referendum also merit much closer attention than they have so far received.
Cameron rebuffed formal party political alliances with Europe’s democratic EPP political leaders such as Enda Kenny and Angela Merkel for alliance with Putin, Erdogan and fervent Waffen SS commemorators.
While the British people spoke in different ways in different parts of the Kingdom, sufficient discontent came to light in this referendum to require Westminster to put its own house in order.
To respond to this discontent, Westminster must now undertake substantial reform, with a fairer electoral system and devolution of powers and fiscal sovereignty throughout the United Kingdom, including the English Regions.”