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The Beatles’ Ringo Starr backs Theresa May to deliver a Brexit of ‘peace and love’ for UK | UK | News | Express.co.uk

The Beatles’ Ringo Starr backs Theresa May to deliver a Brexit of ‘peace and love’ for UK | UK | News | Express.co.uk

The Beatles’ Ringo Starr backs Theresa May to deliver a Brexit of ‘peace and love’ for UK | UK | News | Express.co.uk
July 09
09:20 2017

Ringo Starr, the former Beatles drummer, spoke about his hopes for Brexit and backed Theresa May to deliver the referendum result. Mr Starr, who revealed last year that he voted to Leave in the referendum, made the surprise remarks on his 77th birthday this week.When asked whether the Conservative leader or Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn was more likely to bring peace and love, he said he hopes it is the sitting Prime Minister.Ringo Starr, the former Beatles drummer, spoke about his hopes for Brexit Ringo went for Leave and Paul did not vote He told reporters: “Well I’m not political but right now Theresa May is in charge so let’s hope it’s going to be her to do it.”She’s going with the wishes of the British people, which is Brexit, and they had a vote and they said, ‘okay, let’s leave’.”That’s what she’s trying to carry on. I think the words tell you what you can do. Peace and love. “You can bring peace, understanding, you can be kind to the best of your ability.”The intervention from the musician will come as a surprise to many, after Mr Corbyn’s appearance at the Glastonbury music festival.But, the Beatles star voted to leave the EU in last year’s referendum, after describing the Brussels bloc as a “shambles”. At the time, he added that he was a “huge fan” of the EU but was disappointed it had not brought upon a “love fest”. Starr revealed last year that he voted to Leave in the referendum Ringo was asked whether Corbyn or May was best to deliver Brexit She’s going with the wishes of the British people, which is Brexit Mr Starr explained: “I voted for Brexit, because I thought the European Union was a great idea, but I didn’t see it going anywhere lately.”It’s in shambles, and we’re all stuck with people who want to make arrangements for their own country and don’t think for the other countries.”Britain should be out and get back on its own feet.”Fellow former Beatle Paul McCartney said he didn’t vote because he was touring at the time.However, the guitarist added he had been leaning towards voting Remain, simply because a lot of financial experts said so.

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