Duncan, from Lincolnshire, voted Leave in 2016 but did not think it would lead to Brexit but to a renegotiation with the European Union. He is a RemainerNow and wants a revokation of Article 50.




Duncan, from Long Sutton in Lincolnshire, voted Leave in the 2016 EU referendum. He was not against immigration as a whole but was concerned that local services did not keep up with the increased population.

Almost three years on he has completely changed his mind and is a #RemainerNow.

Watch him explain:



(Video produced by @ellemayhobson)


Now, read Duncan’s superb piece in PMP Magazine, “I was a Leave voter and here is how to beat Leavers”.



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(This piece was first published on Twitter and turned into the above article, with the author’s consent, with the purpose of reaching a larger audience. It has been minorly edited and corrected. | The author of the tweets writes in a personal capacity.)


(Cover: Screenshot of Duncan in the video by @ellemayhobson.)



     

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