Britain's greatest day since VE-day

We won! After all the lies, the sneers, the threats, the interference from Cameron's foreign mates, the childish warnings from Osborne, the years of being brushed aside, called racists, morons, xenophobes and stupid we have triumphed over the arrogant political establishment and the vacuous celebrities, pampered luvvies and self interested, overpaid denizens of boardrooms.

The fight is not yet over as the days ahead will require us to defeat the Scottish harridan, the metropolitan liberals, and the propagandists of the BBC. Many of those who voted to remain in the EU are behaving like spoilt children who, when they cannot get they own way, throw a tantrum and shout about it not being fair, although it is perhaps not surprising that anyone who supports the undemocratic rule of Brussels bureaucrats should have only contempt for the democratic decision of the British people.

This was a victory for those whom the politicians have patronised as hard working families but whose views they treated with disdain. When we look around the country we can see that all those such as manual workers of the North, the fishermen, and the people who work hard for a decent wage, not having obscenely large salaries paid to them for meaningless jobs in public relations or the media, have voted to take back our country. The parasites who infest the opulent mansions of North London joined forces with so many of the Scots who hate the English, and don't realise how much worse they would be under a German hegemony, in an attempt to keep us trapped beneath the rule of Juncker and the arrogant pseudo fascists of Brussels.

It has been claimed that the vast majority of the younger generation supported the Remain campaign but, having been at our local count, I know that there was actually no way anyone could know the ages of those who voted. These statements are based on the opinion polls who have once again proved that they are as about as reliable as Mystic Meg on a bad day and it is absurd to make claims about the percentage of young versus old etc based on their meanderings. At the count I was probably one of the oldest of the Leave supporters, some of them looking about twenty. It is about time the opinion polls were laughed out of town. Lord Cooper of Populus assured Cameron at 10 p.m. on Thursday that Remain would win by twenty points!

Why the hell shouldn't older people vote. If this is a democracy then it's one man, one vote, not one man or woman up to 25 (or whatever age you choose) and the rest can just do what they are told. The youngest have been subjected to years of pro EU propaganda via the schools and the BBC. They have not yet experienced the need to get a job, buy a house, obtain maternity services etc and with age will come wisdom. There are some now claiming that if the franchise had been extended to sixteen and seventeen year olds Remain would have won. What next, ask the babies in their prams?

We stand with the steelworkers of Sheffield, the railwaymen, the coal miners of the North, the fishermen and all the ordinary people who are the backbone of this country. This was a victory for ordinary people and the working class. The overpaid and selfish metropolitan elites, with their celebrity groupies and those abroad with whom they have always had more in common than with their fellow countrymen, have been defeated and they don't like it, or even believe it.

It is time the supporters of the failed Remain campaign grew up, accepted that the people have spoken and began to work for the success which awaits our country as we once again become an independent, sovereign nation, looking out to the wider world, not obsessed with the declining and doomed European Union.

The stout common-sense of the British people has defied all those who would have destroyed our freedoms and have once again made Britain a beacon of hope for the world. Today those of us who have fought for our democracy over so many years feel, as Churchill said of his American guests the night of Pearl Harbour, as if we have been delivered of a long pain, and we can, as did he, go to bed and sleep the sleep of the saved and thankful.

As the great man himself would say "Advance Britannia!".