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So what now for Brexit?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by dumpty, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. Happygopolitely

    Happygopolitely Established commenter

    And its Groundhog Day responses again on this thread in places. The same old responses, self congratulatory praising after the event and more. All an attempt to run away from those 17.4 million winning voters maybe.. who simply will not go away .
  2. nixmith

    nixmith Established commenter

    Unlikely, because they want us in and paying £££s
  3. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    I can't take Farage and his party of decrepit supporters seriously
  4. EmanuelShadrack

    EmanuelShadrack Star commenter

    There are plenty of people amongst the commenters on the BBC website who do.

    Personally I'm hoping that they're in a minority of the voting population. I suspect they are.
  5. EmanuelShadrack

    EmanuelShadrack Star commenter

    Quite a few of them have already "gone away", and won't be coming back.
  6. Happygopolitely

    Happygopolitely Established commenter

    Is the uk a dictatorship if the votes of the dead and murdered do not count? And all a 'fix' to please those who don't want a multi cultural society outside of the eu?
    valentyna_holenkova likes this.
  7. valentyna_holenkova

    valentyna_holenkova New commenter

    Which politicians would you take seriously?
    Happygopolitely likes this.
  8. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    We have no idea what going back in will be like either. I suspect the EU mafia will want even more money and subservience.
  9. ilovesooty

    ilovesooty Star commenter

    Go back to earlier in the thread where this was covered. You claim to have read all of it.
    monicabilongame likes this.
  10. valentyna_holenkova

    valentyna_holenkova New commenter

    Can you give me a hint as I am interested considering my days are numbered. Over 400 pages is too much reading for me.

    I don't recall a caveat explaining that my vote would become null and void upon my death in over 55 years of voting.
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  11. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    How do you know this?
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  12. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    My guess would be any left winger who wishes the UK to remain.
  13. Happygopolitely

    Happygopolitely Established commenter

    Good point.
    lexus300 likes this.
  14. chelsea2

    chelsea2 Star commenter

    Not an issue if we don't leave.
    harsh-but-fair likes this.
  15. florian gassmann

    florian gassmann Star commenter

    I think it will be. Discussions are already under way on the EU 2021-2027 budget. The EU Commission is proposing to increase the funding for research, youth, climate action, migration and borders, security and external actions. By how much is yet to be decided.
  16. lexus300

    lexus300 Star commenter

    No doubt we will be in the 'paying out' seats.
    Happygopolitely likes this.
  17. racroesus

    racroesus Star commenter

    If we can't get back in on our previous terms then we can get back in on the same terms as the vast majority. We know what those terms are. We don't know how it will work to be out with no agreement.
    It is a strange argument that says we are wandering about in the dark because we didn't bring a torch but there is no advantage in going back for a light of some description.
    CraigCarterSmith likes this.

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