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Brexit is not the will of the people, it never has been

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Notch7, 12 Aug 2019.

  1. durhamplumber

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    Nonsense
     
  2. Motman

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    Hmm. 67% of those that were eligible to vote us in the EU back in 1975 has now turned in to just 48% who would like to remain in the EU. Can you see what way the feeling is going?
     
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  3. Bodd

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    Why would we have another referendum when leader of the Liberal Party states that she would not recognise it, if leave won again.?
     
  4. JohnD

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    send them home.

    Did you seriously not know that?

    It's been explained here numerous times.
     
  5. JohnD

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    Due to its history dating back 80 years, Germany has a helpful and accepting approach to refugees fleeing death or persecution.

    Many people consider that to be a good thing.

    Britain does not.

    If a refugee, for example a Syrian engineer fleeing war, makes his way to Germany, how long do you think it is before he can apply for German citizenship, and possibly obtain an EU passport?
     
  6. Notch7

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    Yes, almost all polls state there is a majority for remain.

    What happened in 1975 has no relevance to 2019, which I am sure you appreciate.
     
  7. The Baker

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    As a Brexiter I admite I knew relativly little about the EU up untill Cameron got the bums rush from the EU and he said the Plebs could decide, and we did!

    However, since the Referendum I have been exposed to masses of info about the EU, the way the top few tiers of the Beaurocrats operate, especially the way they are elected has convinced me that my gut reaction was correct.

    So in as polite a manner as I am able under the curcumstances I would like to tell the moaning devious remainers to accept the decision gracefully, or have their collective nosess rubbed in it when things work out nicely for the English, and also for the Jocks Taffs and even the Micks if they dont break up the UK and jump aboard the sinking ship which is the EU.

    Enjoy

    Tim
     
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  8. Notch7

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    Erroneous argument.

    The Lib dems believe in being part of the EU, they dont have to change their view following a vote.

    Using your argument, the SDP should not be allowed to campaign for independance.
     
  9. Bodd

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    I don't want want another referendum. This will cause endless trouble.

    The best solution is a General election. The party's put their cards on the table and we vote.
     
  10. Notch7

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    Have you been exposed to masses of information on the benefits of leaving the EU.
     
  11. Bodd

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    Then on the same note you need to respect the vote..
     
  12. Iamchamps

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    I like how the remoaners pick and choose what they reply to. The vote was leave just accept it and do something better with your time then getting all upset.
     
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  13. Notch7

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    I dont understand (n)
     
  14. Bodd

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    I as a group of 17 million believe in Brexit. I don't expect Jo to change her mind so why should we.
     
  15. Notch7

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    Nobody is getting all upset, it is perfectly reasonable to want to discuss the most important issue since WW2.

    On the matter of 'the vote was leave, just accept it' - that is not correct, because whilst the referendum gave only 2, undefined options, the actual process of Brexit is extremely complex requiring negotiations for many many years.

    Also Brexiteers cant agree on what they want.

    Surely you would agree that remainers should be allowed to continue to discuss and negotiate the way forward.

    If your business depended on trade with the EU and Brexit meant your business going bust -would you just say 'oh well I accept I shall just lose my job'.
     
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