Even on the serious subject of Brexit, there is space for humor.
The debate over the UK’s role in the European Union (EU) and its relationship with Brussels has been picking up speed as the date of the referendum approaches. Many in the leave camp believe that Britain would be stronger outside the union, finally able to make its own decisions on the issues relevant and specific to the British public without the extra weight of the EU bureaucracy.
Arguments get heated, strong words are spoken and written. So the Fair Observer decided to offer you an alternative, humorous take on the subject by the wonderful Patrick Stewart: What has the ECHR ever done for us?
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