This is the exact opposite of the last post.
Two quotes I thought were expressly poignant.
"10 Years ago the EU was taking 55% of British exports. Last year it was taking 45%. Where is it going to be in 2030? Where is that figure going to be in 2050? How low does it have to go before we drop this bizarre idea that we have to merge our political institutions with those of neighboring countries in order to have a minority say in a declining block?"
"Being a nation means that we are not just a random set of individuals born to another random set of individuals. It imposes on us a duty to keep intact the freedoms we were lucky enough to inherit from our parents and pass them on to securely to the next generation."
And one more:
"We are a great country and our song is not yet sung. We still have more to give. Though much is taken. Much abides. And though we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are."