Short version: Why do you trust Boris Johnson? Long Version: I have extremely mixed views on the EU, some of it good (environment legislation workers rights) some of it bad (undemocratic, immigration issues, neoliberal sh#tfest - see what it did to Greece). So in the referendum I spoilt my ballot. I'd have liked a Norway style Brexit, a country doing very well for itself with policies very similar Labour's policy book. I get where Brexit voters come from and I won't rehash that debate other to say that whilst I agree with many of the issues they cite, they're not the reason for this country being in the state it is. Successive governments are. As a left-facing Labour voter I could never, ever vote for the Tory party let alone put them in charge of the nations fate for generations to come. So I cannot for the life of me understand why so many life long Labour voters are prepared to give Boris Johnson, a Tory Etonian ham-faced jackpudding, the power to make the single most powerful decision in this nations history since Chamberlain (Edit: corrected) announced war with Germany. Indeed you're allowing a further right version of the politicians who put us in this mess to get us out of it. It's as if Thatcher and 35 years of Tory rule never happened. What's worse I then hear them talking of doubling down by voting out any Labour Remain MP at an election. Take a step back and think about the future, not just inflicting retribution for decades of mismanagement by neoliberal right wing economic ideas. Otherwise, take what's yours and be damned.