A controversial article written by Michael Skey suggests that people who voted for Brexit used this decision deliberately to show that vote Leave means a wake-up call to a political establishment who relatively ignore the masses.
He also proposes various ways to overcome the problems highlighted by the Brexit referendum. For
example: devolving power from London rather than just talking about, challenging equality rather
than accepting and working around it and creating a new realistic perception of Britain as a small
island in Europe, rather than a global empire with considerable influence.
All in all, this article offers a unique twist on the reasons why half of the UK chose to leave the EU.