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Lord Kerr’s ‘stupid’ Brexit jibe shows some Remainers have learned nothing

I have always loved the story of Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese soldier who refused to believe the Second World War was over and stayed hiding in the Philippines until his former commanding officer was brought out of retirement and ordered him to surrender.

That was in, 1974, 29 years after the end of hostilities.

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