Hilary Burrage says ‘facts’ require honest examination, Michael McParland QC sheds light on article 62, Libby Ruffle objects to inflammatory language and Richard Dawkins points out a double standard
Your editorial (15 March) demands that as we move forward to resolve the Brexit crisis we “use evidence [and] examine facts”. Many will share that stance, and agree that “facts” require honest examination. On that basis questions must be asked about the EU referendum itself and what to do next.
It is already established that the leave campaign overspent in the critical last days before the vote, and (as reported by Carole Cadwalladr among others) that many questions are still to be asked about the origins of that overspend. These are evidence-based matters that continue to vex many remainers and fair-minded Brexiteers.
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