Talking about the Brexit-chaos:
“The EU doesn’t really affect me personally. I can remember when we first went into the European Union, 1972/73 – wasn’t it? At those times we thought: What’s the point, why bother? But it seems to have worked and I just feel that now, so why change it? It’s working. Well, maybe it’s not working actually and there are disadvantages but, basically, to come out of it is just a disaster, I think.
Also, I think the referendum should never have been given to the public because nobody knew anything about it. Even the politicians don’t know anything about it. So, you know, why should the public have known anything about it?
I just wish, it wasn’t happening, really.”