This poignant caller told James O'Brien the words of his WW2 veteran grandfather over Brexit: "I am hearing voices in my own country which we saw the back of in 1945."
James was asking why a number of Brexiters seem to treat the EU as an enemy, suggesting that people who grew up in the aftermath of the war are against the EU, whereas those who fought in the war are in favour of it.
This is certainly true in my family. My mother, (now 98) and a WAAF during the war, could not understand why we would want to leave; why we seemed to want to turn our backs on peace when she voted in the referendum. It makes me so angry that those who did no live through the war as adults - or at all in some cases - hijack the language of my parents generation, turning its meaning on its head. It seems such a cowardly thing to do.
Envious of real friendship - trouble making friends
Security is now so intense - cracking down on fraud
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