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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143063

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Nothing we say on here will effect on the outcome. We are as ineffective as our divided Government. Maybe Brussels will sort it out.

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143064

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Aida wrote: .....As I've said on here many times the result was 'leave' but leave voters may have been mislead and not given all of the information required to make such a n important life-changing decision.


And as I've said on numerous occasions, every household received this leaflet before the referendum:

assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/governm...ision-for-the-uk.pdf
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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143071

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A current civil servant engaged in no-deal Brexit planning has accused the government of not being "frank" about the level of preparation happening if a Brexit deal is not agreed:

www.politicshome.com/news/uk/foreign-aff...s-uk-not-prepared-no

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143080

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Pats wrote:

Merseymog wrote: The only democratic way to settle the issue is to have a second public vote conducted honestly with the issues like immigration and the ECJ properly clarified.


The only 'democratic' way is to accept the result of the Referendum where the majority vote was to Leave....that's democracy....not moving goalposts to satisfy the 'losing side': :huh:


Totally agree.

Also, since I heard that there have been some trial polls, aimed at finding out how many have changed their vote, so the fact that our Remainer tilted Cabinet have not, more recently, pushed for a new referendum speaks volumes.

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143081

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wendeey wrote: A current civil servant engaged in no-deal Brexit planning has accused the government of not being "frank" about the level of preparation happening if a Brexit deal is not agreed:

www.politicshome.com/news/uk/foreign-aff...s-uk-not-prepared-no

Nothing the *appeaser* does, surprises me , she wishes to remain IMO .:( :(

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143123

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wendeey wrote:

Aida wrote: .....As I've said on here many times the result was 'leave' but leave voters may have been mislead and not given all of the information required to make such a n important life-changing decision.


And as I've said on numerous occasions, every household received this leaflet before the referendum:

assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/governm...ision-for-the-uk.pdf



Agreed, but it didn't allow for consequences did it???

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143127

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Eira wrote: Would you rely on Facebook Users as an accurate barometer for political opinion? :lol:


lol no I wouldn't and in fact I don't trust any polls just thought it funny that a Remain group voted to Leave lol

I bet that if the result had gone the other way it would have been all over the papers lol


I very much doubt you would have mentioned it!
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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143159

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wendeey wrote:

Aida wrote: .....As I've said on here many times the result was 'leave' but leave voters may have been mislead and not given all of the information required to make such a n important life-changing decision.


And as I've said on numerous occasions, every household received this leaflet before the referendum:

assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/governm...ision-for-the-uk.pdf



Agreed, but it didn't allow for consequences did it???


You mean the consequences of having a remain Leader and her 75% remain Cabinet and her dodgey deal?

Hopefully that will be voted down and we'll be able to have the opportunity of leaving on a World Deal.
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It may not be voted down. We shall have to wait and see.

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Brexit, the General election and beyond. 10 months 3 weeks ago #3143209

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wendeey wrote:

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wendeey wrote:

Aida wrote: .....As I've said on here many times the result was 'leave' but leave voters may have been mislead and not given all of the information required to make such a n important life-changing decision.


And as I've said on numerous occasions, every household received this leaflet before the referendum:

assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/governm...ision-for-the-uk.pdf



Agreed, but it didn't allow for consequences did it???


You mean the consequences of having a remain Leader and her 75% remain Cabinet and her dodgey deal?

Hopefully that will be voted down and we'll be able to have the opportunity of leaving on a World Deal.



Ohhhh no, I meant the consequences of leaving Wendeey. More ways to look at it than yours

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