You on the gangway: First of all, I think Britain's Brexit vote's caused a lot of the disruption within Europe. We've set the ball rolling, we've pulled the skids from under it. David Cameron trawled around Europe trying to get benefit for the country, came back with diddly-squat
Consequently, there was an out-vote. Europe wasn't expecting it, I don't think this country expected it because there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of plan for the country at the moment and things have got to take a natural course.
You can't just come out and leave everything up in the air so that nobody knows what the heck is going on. It's got to happen.
Stanley: Britain did not cause the eurozone crisis, Britain did not spark the rise of fascism in France, Britain is reacting to European chaos, not the other way around.
You, Sir: I would like to see us come out without even bothering to trigger Article 50
The whole rotten house of cards is about to fall.
We voted to go out. Get us out.