2519715 Sir Paul McCartney: British EU exit vote, probably a bug
Number of words : 584 Number of sentences : 35 Number of paragraphs : 25
Sir Paul Mccartney has said That the Brexit referendum was "probably a mistake" and he "will be glad when it's over."
He had not voted, the referendum, he said, "say as he seen anyone more, something reasonable enough".
Sir Paul said the current situation was "a mess", but added: "I think we come through, we can always do it. "
The Ex-Beatle was speaking to Bbc News , as he, with his daughters Stella and Mary , a book with personal photos taken by his late wife Linda published.
reflection on the year 2016, the British EU exit vote, Sir Paul said, the arguments during The Campaign were the promises to "all crazy".
"What got me was then, That I meet many older people, kind of pretty much My Generation .
"And you go," All right Paul - it will be like it was back in the old days, we. "And it was like, 'Yeah? Oh, I'm not sure. "And this attitude was very widespread.
"I will vote for someone I believe in, and therefore often no one there I believe. I have been inspired a bit. At the moment I'm not really excited. "'works of art'
Linda Mccartney , died at the age of 56 in 1998, began her photographic career in New York , shooting Rock Stars .
The book - Linda Mccartney , The Polaroid-Diaries - compiled More Than 200 photos from her private collection and offers a glimpse into the Family Life in Scotland and the South of England.
"For us, they are just family photos, but because it's Linda, a great photographer, they are small works of art," Sir Paul said.
"I was a Beatles through a very difficult time at the end of the. It was like hell.
"But I had just met this beautiful woman, and we were A Family , so we decided to escape, so That we escape to Scotland and lived a very funky life. "
The Polaroids show, pet hamsters, a lamb in The Kitchen , bath-times, birthday-cake, and the McCartney children playing dress-up.
Mary Mccartney said The Photos showed a "simple" life, where you had as a baby she slept in a bed of your father out of old potato boxes.
"There are a lot of mom, in these pictures," said Mary , who, like her mother, also a photographer.
Stella , a fashion designer, said the had captured mother "quite surreal moments," and spoke of the difficulty of solving such a personal book.
"I find it quite hard, as we said, a very protective family, we lived together in The Middle of nowhere all and we didn't really come out and talk about it," She Said .
"I grew up very much the protection of The Family unit. "
Stella supports previously in the interest of The Environment , was also asked about their role in The Environment are harmful to the fashion industry.
"I believe That The Product That I make is a much better solution to what already exists in my industry," She Said .
"I want to try and promote That you are a healthy, fashionable, luxurious, business-and you don't have to kill animals and not to the detriment of The Planet . "
Sir Paul Went on to defend The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who were.
"I think it is unfair. The people fly," he said. "Give The Girl a break. They do do more good than harm. "
you can see the full interview on Bbc Two at 22:30 on Thursday. Catch-up on, subscribe to the program and then run it.
stella mccartney, the beatles, photography, paul mccartney, brexit
News My Generation