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aye but not everything that brexit brings?, I think there are a specific set of things that appeal to you and others about brexit
but the whole thing isnt exactly what everyone wants though!
.... the government and rich pals in corp get to keep their money in offshore accounts, the poor get poorer.....
....we build immigration controls ,....
not all of Brexit appeals to everyone !
it's like buying a product and the product description online details an entirely different product from the one we are being sold
originally posted by: ScepticScot
originally posted by: Southern Guardian
While I don't personally feel leaving the EU would be in Britain's best interest I don't believe a second referendum should be held. The people voted, their votes should be honored. I've heard some claim that Parliament is sovereign, the referendum wasn't necessarily binding, doesn't matter to me. What message will you be sending if you just decide to ignore the last vote and do it over again? That's not good for democracy at all.
If there's no-deal then let it be. That's the path voters chose in 2016. I honestly wish the best for our cousins... and for the EU.... to new horizons I guess.
I never really understand this argument. Given that 2.5 years have passed and that we now know what the options on leaving are what would be any way undemocratic about another referendum?
Polls now suggest that the clear majority of people oppose leaving, the idea that we should go ahead with the economic masochism of Brexit based just on a narrow majority from over 2 years ago is absurd.
id rather just burn it all to the ground and start from scratch
The polls are clear: support for staying in the EU has rocketed
The latest YouGov survey shows that, across the board, faith in Brexit is falling by the day. A people’s vote is now imperative
The EU won't offer a good deal since they are using Brexit as a way to blackmail other countries who might think of daring to defy the unelected oligarchical EU leadership
How likely is a vote of no confidence in government and a general election ,.....
..... or better yet a referendum on government all together a vote of no confidence from the public and force a political reform?
originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: Bloodworth
really , rapidly evolving under 10 years of austerity , where did you find that out ? or better yet do you have any evidence that the UK is evolving at present ?