"I'm still in two directions - that's not my chosen Brexit":

"I'm still in two directions - that's not my chosen Brexit":

Clouds have briefly dissolved in the Peak District, and Martin Olsson welcomes regular customers using the good weather behind the counter at Appleyards Tabakladen.

He helps lead the family business of his wife in Buxton, where she moved in 2002. But in the year he remembers it, 1994 is the year in which Sweden held its own referendum on the EU. He voted No, but won with a splinter – so Sweden went in.

"The country was divided and I was deeply disappointed. But one year later, I started to benefit from membership in the EU when I went to Ireland to study and study there, "says Olsson, 47.

He holds out for a second Brexit referendum. "In the last two years, many people have realized that they, like me, have made the wrong decision. As Brexit progresses, ordinary people who are just familiar with it starve to death. "

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