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1 hour ago, Lockdoctor said:

Of course it is anti democratic if the UK don't leave the EU.  David Cameron stated that it was up to the UK people (NOT PARLIAMENT) to decide whether the UK remained of left the EU and if the democratic people voted to leave the EU then the UK would leave the EU and there wouldn't be any new negotiations or another referendum. Leave won the the democratic 2016 EU referendum and if the UK don't leave the EU then all leave voters will have been cheated.

David Cameron spends most of his time in a shed now. Nothing he said is legally binding. Sorry he let you down.

33 minutes ago, Penistone999 said:

The damage caused to our country is being caused by a socialist dictatorship in Brussels passing laws and rules we must adhere to . I want a complete split from these people ,and No Deal is how we do it. 

Hold on, they’re a neoliberal corporate elite aren’t they?

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43 minutes ago, Lockdoctor said:

David Cameron wasn't a past Prime Minister on 23rd June 2016 when the democratic UK people voted to leave the EU.  You are a dishonest person who has no respect for democracy.  Honest people respect democratic decisions regardless whether  the democratic decision made by the majority  is what they personally voted for.

But you keep ignoring the fact that democracy includes the right to change your mind - nowhere does it say that a previous choice must be acted upon before changing your mind.

Surely if the electorate choose to change their minds then that should be acted on? All this government is doing is giving the electorate a chance to confirm their choice or change their minds.

 

Anyone who stands in the way of that is undemocratic.

 

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39 minutes ago, I1L2T3 said:

It is for a lot of people unfortunately. It will impact and change many aspects of daily life for a lot of people.

 

Thats not extreme. That’s telling it how it is.

 

Youve  got a bit of a nerve to suggest it will be fine. It won’t be fine.

 

 

Yes, it will impact many things.

Doesthat equate to a crippled country, on its knees? No.

57 minutes ago, tinfoilhat said:

But when soubry doesn’t vote for it, she’s a traitor,

I know, it’s almost like there isn’t a unified position from the leave camp.

That's right, because there are many flavours of Leaving, and only one flavour of Remaining. The 'Leave camp' consists of half of the electorate, to imagine they have one overriding opinion and attitude is clearly impossible. Soubry and Corbyn are allegedly in the same camp, and I think, they have differing viewpoints....

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40 minutes ago, woodview said:

The 'Leave camp' consists of half of the electorate

Even at the time of the referendum, the ‘Leave camp’ consisted of less than 37% of the electorate.

 

Probably a lot less now! 😉

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Just now, Top Cats Hat said:

Even at the time of the referendum, the ‘Leave camp’ consisted of less than 37% of the electorate.

 

Probably a lot less now! 😉

Yeah yeah, we know your stock phrase.

Stock answer is Remain were even less.

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2 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

The right wing press obviously see yesterday's march in London as significant hence their decision to keep it off their front pages.

 

The Mail on Sunday, Express, Telegraph and Times make no mention of it on any of their front covers.  

 

In other news, the Revoke Article 50 perition has just passed the 5 million mark. How is the no deal petition doing?

Perhaps the right wing press were struck by the glaring lack of diversity among those attending yesterday's People's Vote March and decided it wasn't representative enough of the UK population to warrant a front page story?

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15 minutes ago, Top Cats Hat said:

Even at the time of the referendum, the ‘Leave camp’ consisted of less than 37% of the electorate.

 

Probably a lot less now! 😉

Remainers never die they just fade away.

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now uri Gellar is on mainstream media saying hes going to stop Brexit by telepathy , altogether now 

you couldnt write this if you tried 😄

nigel farage for pm 

Edited by craig12

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22 minutes ago, woodview said:

Yeah yeah, we know your stock phrase.

Stock answer is Remain were even less.

Of course they were. It was a poll for leavers. Even then, leavers couldn’t even get 40% of the electorate in their own poll!

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Just now, Top Cats Hat said:

Of course they were. It was a poll for leavers. Even then, leavers couldn’t even get 40% of the electorate in their own poll!

It was a poll for everyone. You could pick Leave or Remain.

But, remember to tell us about it being only advisory.

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the 5 million signitures to end Brexit , I smell a rat , at least in the 2016  referendum 1 card got posted to each voter , this  on line garbage , whos to say people aren't voting 10s of of times on the same laptop , fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiix     clear the lobbys

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1 hour ago, woodview said:

Yes, it will impact many things.

Doesthat equate to a crippled country, on its knees? No.

If you look at the government’s impact assessments actually it equates to exactly that. There no part of our lives that would not be impacted in some way. In some respects quite severely.

 

 

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