I think Jeremy Corbyn got a really bad deal in the Neil interview. He was treated terribly. I believe I fully understand where Mr Corbyn is coming from and I also believe I fully understand the kind of world he would like to see become a reality. It's the kind of world myself and my friends hoped for in the seventies, but I have to remember two things: kindness is often taken as weakness and approaching people with an open hand can result in a kick in the teeth. In the late eighties, I think I came to a realisation that the world was a difficult and dangerous place and a totally socialist approach would fail because greed is a primary trait in the species. It's no good trying to explain a revolutionised world to people stuck in this one. It takes really intelligent focus and traction to get away from where we are now and where, sadly I think we are bound evermore. I don't know how he's held on so long and kept going. Maybe he's surrounded himself in a bubble of like-minded people and the evening talks and encouragement salve the daily struggle. We didn't have that environment so we just got kicked in the teeth repeatedly and had to change tack. So, I'm sorry Jeremy, you might die a very sad and unfulfilled man hoping for what might have been. Maybe with a different species. The other side of the coin is getting people to understand how we might fare post- Brexit. It's not like Dunkirk. Dunkirk was a disaster. It's no good thinking of Churchill. Churchill was a buffoon. There needs to be a clearer recognition of the intensity to come. What can happen can be like nothing known before. There will always be leaders and followers. There will always be those who are cautious and those who see the need to act and then actually act. Comparisons are futile offerings for what can be our future. Sometime you just have to take the bit between your teeth and go for it. Somebody has to do this. Somebody has to have the courage to move forward. We should leave the EU as was decided. Not because it might be the best thing to do -though I think it is, but because we have to have some standards in life and one such standard is fidelity. If you can't accept the outcome of the 2016 referendum please don't go out and vote on the 12th December. You obviously don't value the voting system we have and therefore you don't respect it. It would be a lie for you to vote after not accepting the result of a previous vote. Get your head sorted out about what you believe about the voting system and then either stay at home and never vote again or recognise that with all its campaigning faults there was still a vote and people went out in faith and put their x in the box of their choice. Don't deny other people their choice. They're just like you trying to find the best way through life. Don't devalue people in such a way. You only devalue yourself by doing so.