A statement from Enfield Council said: “St George’s flags were hanging in the private sports club as part of the club’s celebration of Euro 2016.
“They were removed promptly this morning by Enfield Council staff.” Mr Lewis, a product manager, said he thought the decision was right because flags should have been removed before the once in a generation vote.
He said: “I can only imagine this story if they were European Union flags.”
The action was in marked contrast to the scenes outside polling stations in West Yorkshire. ‘Floral tributes’ such as the one shown above outside Batley Town Hall, were permitted by polling station staff. They, of course, are appointed by the local Labour council and are all members of the EU-funded civil service union, UNISON.
After the picture was published by the Press Association, many people took to social media to condemn the ‘disgraceful’ way in which the tragic death of Jo Cox has been ‘weaponised’ by desperate Remain ghouls.
The contrast between the two cases sums up the psychological aggression that has come from the Europhile camp throughout their thoroughly manipulative campaign. UK voters who haven’t yet been to the polls STILL have time to do something about it!