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Elton John has said Brexit has made him ashamed of the UK. What Elton John really thinks about Brexit?

Speaking on Wednesday in Verona on his last ever world tour, Farewell Yellow Brick Road, John told fans: ‘I am sick to death of Brexit. I am a European. I am not a stupid, colonial, imperialist English idiot

Do you agree with him? He exactly said:

I’m ashamed of my country for what it has done. It’s torn people apart … I am sick to death of politicians, especially British politicians. I am sick to death of Brexit. I am a European. I am not a stupid, colonial, imperialist English idiot.

He doesn’t believe people in Britain were told the truth!

Elton John on Brexit

WATCH: Ever wondered what Elton John thinks of Brexit? "It's like walking through Hampton Court maze blindfolded”. Tag a friend who loves Elton!

Gepostet von Our Future, Our Choice am Mittwoch, 25. Juli 2018

In July 2018, he said: “I don’t think people in Britain were told the truth to start with … They were promised something that was completely ridiculous and wasn’t economically viable.” He said the Brexit process was confusing, like “walking through Hampton Court maze blindfolded, being turned around 16 times and trying to find your way out”.

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