By David Price
1992 saw the largest ever single transfer of power from British voters to unelected elites – when the United Kingdom left the friendly embrace of the European Community to try our luck as part of the supranational European Union. As we now know, it did not end well. Reel through the years – past Oasis, The Spice Girls, New Labour, the Iraq war, the credit crunch and a Tory toff-led coalition government – and here we are at yesterday’s 494 to 122 House of Commons vote to trigger Article 50, finally grabbing that sovereignty back.
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