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John Oliver Offers His Opinion of the British In-Out Referendum With the Help of a Barber Shop Quartet

On the June 19 episode of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver offered his unfiltered opinion of the upcoming British In-Out Referendum (BREXIT) in order to determine whether or not his United Kingdom homeland will remain part of the European Union. According to Oliver, leaving would be a terrible idea, reinforced by a barber shop quartet singing “a song straight out of every British Heart that both relentlessly insults Europe and quietly acknowledges how lost we’d be without it.”

You see it is perfectly understandable to be annoyed at Europe, I’m barely containing my anger right now, but here is how i feel about the EU – it’s a complicated, bureaucratic, ambitious, overbearing, inspirational and consistently irritating institution and Britain would be absolutely crazy to leave it. Especially because if it stays it can reap all the benefits while still being a total dick about everything. And that is the British way. So to the people of the UK, I say this, if you need your hatred of the EU itch scratched. I understand, but please don’t vote for a BREXIT on Thursday.

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