The institutionally pro EU BBC can't help itself in this report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42417553 on the UK returning to the traditional blue passport after Brexit.
The BBC just have to report that:
'But Labour MP Mary Creagh tweeted: "No-one under 45 will have owned a blue passport, and most will think they're not worth £50 billion and crashing the economy."'
A) Who cares what one bitter Labour remoaner has to say on the matter. B) Could someone please explain that however unwanted the £50 billion cost is, it's less than continued membership would cost. C) Brexit is about more than economics, it's about democracy and sovereignty. D) "crashing the economy", really? Look at the FTSE, the CBI latest figures etc.