EXPATRIATES who cannot participate in the EU referendum have vowed to give their children detailed instructions on how to vote.
Yesterday’s supreme court decision means that many thousands of Britons living in Europe are unable to vote for Britain to leave Europe, which they have described as “sheer hypocrisy.”
Julian Cook, who moved from Manchester to the south of France, said: “Nobody knows what’s wrong with the country better than we do because we’ve got the necessary distance.
“From here it’s perfectly clear to see that entire cities are under Sharia law and criminals openly wield guns in the streets, which my daughter in Hemel Hempstead wilfully denies.
“Well, the PC police can’t get to me here, and her vote is my vote. I call her nightly explaining why voting yes is a betrayal of England that will see her name live in infamy forever.”
“Also I tell her how wonderful and sunny it is here and how much better the food is. I know she can’t hear that too much.”