His mates died for freedom

The overwhelming fantasy of scare mongering coming from the those who wish to see their country a subordinate province of a Euro empire can be put into perspective by an incident at the Norwich count for the 1975 referendum.

One of the ballot papers was examined to see if it was a spoiled paper.

The ‘No’ box was heavily crossed, encircled and underlined. Underneath was written in a frail hand: “For me mates who died.”

His mates had died for freedom.

Florence Jenner

Buckholt Avenue


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