Re: Wow, it's almost...
>> shunning anti-democratic institutions
But it isn't - you have a eu parliament with MEPs voted for by the electorate.
What is actually your argument (that is being conflated with "anti-democratic" is that the UK/UK MEP wish does not always pan out at the european level - because it is representative.
How is this different from say your UK MP that you voted for putting out a bill that does not see through the UK parliament? Or your MP asking for additional local council funds that are ignored?
Or for eg Scotland or London now having to leave the EU too? They didn;t vote for it and now their "sovereignty" is being stolen by the north.
By your argument a loss of "soverenity" is happening right now on the British Isles?