In one of his comments, Philipp wrote:
P H You sum up the British position perfectly. Economic and cultural integration is wonderful but, do we want to become part of a federal Europe? Well, the answer is clearly no from the UK. I am yet to be convinced that much of the rest of Europe wants it either, even though I voted firmly remain.
Incidentally, J Marc and Florine, I wonder, do we really know the statistics of which age group voted for leave or remain…
As you see…
This is a re-write of a text originally posted in June 2016.
Does “however” have the same usage?
They are not really used in the same way. We use “however” to introduce a statement that contrasts with something that has just been said:
John lacks the skill-set needed for this job. Mary, however, is a perfect fit.