Brexit: Why Cameron’s campaign lost

Looking at some sayings we listen to marketing blogger, foodie, photographer, explorer and an active Zen yogi Vanessa Lee. She wonders how it can be possible that the Britons could possibly dismiss an opinion from one of the most intelligent men in our lifetime?

For sure, before the referendum, we did not see the correct strategy and communications activities to the right ‘customers’ to increase credibility. After votes were cast soon the lies of many came into the light.

What also to expect from the people when for years certain politicians always had negative comments on the EU and then suddenly seemed to have changed from camp trying to get the voters to go for ‘Remain’.

In case the British parliamentarians and local politicians would have shown to have more faith in the European Union more people could have been persuaded to vote for “In” so that GB could remain in the Union.

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Preceding articles

Economic crisis danger for the rise of political extremism

Brexit clashes and reasons to consider to bring out the right vote

Backing the wrong horse

Brexit, Nexit, Vlexit and Frexit

Foreign workers and immigrants

Could Brexit lead to Frexit – or Czexit?

Brexit: The mother of all uncertainties

Pew survey shows a split in EU favorability

Brexit and British business

First sayings around the Brexit

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Additional reading

  1. What’s the water?
  2. @RCArmitage on Boris Johnson – what water cannon?
  3. Show, Don’t Tell
  4. Being heard is the first step, now we are listening. On Brexit and the impending Labour leadership challenge.
  5. Brexit Breakdown-This Bastard’s Carnival
  6. EURef – Calm Down
  7. “Brexit” Another Failure of Economics
  8. Brexit: sector challenge & opportunity
  9. The Brexit Government is one thing, but a Brexit Ministry is another. If Cameron wants to wait September to give way to the Brexit Government, the Brexit Ministry can be set up now.
  10. Thursday 30 June 2016 – Brexit aftermath: Boris Johnson makes a shock withdrawal from the Conservative Party leadership election
  11. Leonard Besselink: Beyond Notification: How to Leave the European Union without Using Article 50 TEU
  12. Michael Gove is deluded – and he’s destroyed Boris too. Theresa May has been handed the Tory leadership | Voices | The Independent
  13. Gove’s leadership bid verdict: ‘a real chance he could win’ | Global | The Guardian
  14. More frequent movers after Brexit ?
  15. Is your MP aware of the potential illegality of Brexit?
  16. A Letter to My MP
  17. Morning Briefing – The Telegraph
  18. Brexit – slutten på Europa slik vi kjenner det?
  19. Damn You Brexit.
  20. Winnie the U.K. Gets in a Tight Spot
  21. UK: The Top Job
  22. Tolerance and Welshness
  23. In a post-Brexit world, Britain can still lead the way towards a low carbon future
  24. Good Question
  25. Let’s Stop Grieving and Unite

ChattiButterfly

A week since the 23rd June aka, our ‘independence day’ still leaves traces of the nation’s shock and disbelief this is happening.

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Yes, although the 53% of the UK population voted out of the EU, but the outrage and reaction received from the British people has left me wondering this surely must be the wrong decision?

I voted to remain but originally, I was all up for leaving the EU.

My reasons were due to Cameron’s ‘scare tactics’, also known in the press as “Project Fear” I cannot speak for others but for me, it made me suspicious that every day, there was a statement from him in the media warning people that if we voted out, there would be consequences.

Counter arguing this were the Vote Leave Campaign that reassured us by saying David Cameron had no substance to his argument and how Britain should ‘Take control’.

The Leave Campaign

Boris’s…

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