Vicky

I'm proud to be part of the EU because I have a very rich European heritage; I am English, but my mother's side of the family are Greek, and my father's side is Italian, French, and more.

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Ruth St John
Genevieve

I met my husband during my year as a French assistante at the Judd School. We got married in August 1972. Britain joined the EEC in January 1973 so why bother to get a British passport? We were all Europeans!

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Ruth St John
Arthur

Seeing as Brexit will heavily influence my life, I was disappointed that I was unable to vote in the referendum.

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Ruth St John
Cheryl

The EU may not be perfect but working with 28 other countries allows us to share

experience and knowledge and hopefully means greater protection for birds, animals and

their habitats.

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Seb St John
Claire

Britain must remain part of an EU that is aiming for ever closer union and permanent peace throughout the continent.

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Ruth St John
Sasha

I feel proud to be European for the legal and humanitarian laws established for my protection, given to me as a right and privilege for being an EU citizen.

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Ruth St John
Sheesh

I had the opportunity to work at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and for me this was a defining moment in our country’s recent history, seeing people from all around the world coming together for a common cause.

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Ruth St John
Silvia

I believe that we owe the prosperity and peace that Europe has enjoyed for the past 60 years to the EU. I believe in openness, diversity and tolerance.

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Ruth St John
Steve

As a scientist working for the NHS and a major university, I see the advantages of EU membership daily. It isn’t just research funding, although the UK does extremely well on that count and gets back far more money than we contribute.

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Ruth St John
Hella

Having been part of the local community for so long, and made my life in this country, I was shocked that I was not able to vote in a referendum that has such major implications for me and my family.

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Ruth St John
Hugo

I do not want to turn my back on my European Community, I want to remain part of it and all it brings.

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Ruth St John
Maria

The morning after the referendum I cried - I began to mourn the loss of the life I built for 26 years in this country and of my sense of identity.

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Ruth St John
Stephen

Glad to see that British bloody-mindedness is still alive with TW-IN and that you are still campaigning to "get our country back" in a positive sense i.e. trying to make Britain a diverse, open, tolerant, welcoming and outward-looking place.

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Ruth St John
Andy

I am appalled to think that being part of the European Union may now be lost. The current destabilisation outside of Europe, and rise in extreme politics, has made membership of the EU more important than ever.

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Ruth St John
Steve

I believe that collaboration and cooperation leads to community while confrontation and competition leads to conflict. 

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Ruth St John
Emma

Being a part of Europe gives us opportunities to be a force for good. I am deeply unhappy my children will lose this opportunity if Brexit is fully realised. I would like to see a second referendum - now the electorate realises the full impact of what Brexit really means.

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Ruth St John