The internet is a powerful tool for political activism and the #Brexit hashtag has been used for decades to highlight the complicated, sometimes contradictory and sometimes conflicting messages being broadcast from the UK’s closest political ally.
But it’s not just Brexit, it’s a whole lot of different issues, and many of them are connected, and it’s easy to confuse them.
So why are you here?
There’s no shortage of stories out there about Brexit – but this is a different kind of story.
It’s a political battleground, a very political one, and the stakes are very high.
The political fallout is enormous, and some Brexiters are very angry about it.
The Brexit process is fraught with political, economic and social uncertainties, and if you have a serious mental health problem, it can be very hard to see the world as it really is.
I’m writing this as someone with mental health issues, so it’s an uncomfortable situation.
The first few days of my stay in the UK were a little more relaxed.
I didn’t feel a whole hell of a lot like myself, I felt much more in control, and I had a much better relationship with people.
It took a while to get used to the idea that people were actually talking to me, and when I did I could actually talk to them without being interrupted.
The UK and the EU are so complex, and in the beginning I didn