The Brexit Negotiations

If we were to have a 2nd Referendum, how would you vote?


  • Total voters
    26

Yolo Swaggins

Professional Taylor
May 16, 2013
3,954
Wheres that poll plucked out of your arse or BBC news again, anyway people who support remaining in the EU support having all Britains laws made by Germany so in effect if you are British which I doubt, yours and my ancestors will of fought and died for nothing in both wars, The EU is said to be the fourth reich German take over by stealth. Just think about people like you so desperate to hand over control that millions of British lives were given for to keep Britain out of the Germans hands.
You are the reason they have to put do not eat on scilica packs
 

TFG

Jul 23, 2013
7,319
Wheres that poll plucked out of your arse or BBC news again, anyway people who support remaining in the EU support having all Britains laws made by Germany so in effect if you are British which I doubt, yours and my ancestors will of fought and died for nothing in both wars, The EU is said to be the fourth reich German take over by stealth. Just think about people like you so desperate to hand over control that millions of British lives were given for to keep Britain out of the Germans hands.
What a fucking embarrassment :lol:

No wonder we are a fucking laughing stock with cretins like you talking about the world war and your fucking freedom. It can't be a coincidence that EVERYONE who posts or talks like this is clearly a simpleton. You are obviously a very stupid man and that mirrors the typical Sun reader who reposts memes about bacon getting banned. The full brexit movement was hijacked by idiots, feel free to become a martyr.

Germany makes all our laws, which ones? :lol:
 
Jun 4, 2013
4,999
I see parliament has made it so no tax laws can be changed in the event of a no deal.

Which in effect means a no deal can't happen becuase wasn't the purpose to make Britain a business tax friendly paradise?

Tying the government's hand to this extent isn't acceptable and it is a blot on democracy. This shouldn't be possible.
 
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TFG

Jul 23, 2013
7,319
I see parliament has made it so no tax laws can be changed in the event of a no deal.

Which in effect means a no deal can't happen becuase wasn't the purpose to make Britain a business tax friendly paradise?

Tying the government's hand to this extent isn't acceptable and it is a blot on democracy. This shouldn't be possible.
The tax haven plan was never feasible and this was pointed out months ago.

It was ignored because freedom, WW2 etc....
 
May 19, 2013
15,590
It's pretty obvious now, that with the picture and consequences of a Brexit being more clear to the people, that most would now vote to remain.

It just beggars belief that a second referendum isn't forthcoming.

As it is, it's not a true democratic vote. How can it be argued otherwise?

I find it confusing that leave hardliners would even want to win this way.
 
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TFG

Jul 23, 2013
7,319
It's pretty obvious now, that with the picture and consequences of a Brexit being more clear to the people, that most would now vote to remain.

It just beggars belief that a second referendum isn't forthcoming.

As it is, it's not a true democratic vote. How can it be argued otherwise?

I find it confusing that leave hardliners would even want to win this way.
Because it goes against their agenda and what they think should happen. It's nothing to do with democracy.

It's pretty obvious that a second vote, knowing exactly what we would be voting for would be a net benefit to democracy. The whole idea of a referendum is to capture the public opinion. If that opinion has shifted, then the referendum result is no longer a strong democratic reflection. Referendums were always done multiple times historically for this reason.

It's just petty at this point and it's become abundantly clearly that the hardliners don't give a fuck about what happens, they don't even care that they will be worse off for the next decade at minimum. There's not a single fuck given about the consequences.

They just want to win at all costs.
 

TFG

Jul 23, 2013
7,319
I mean, they're now claiming that EVERYONE who voted leave wanted a no deal exit :lol:

Complete fucking fabrication, and no, leaving the single market does not mean no deal with the EU. The different options for deals and arrangements with the EU were discussed at length by even hard brexiters.
 
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Nov 19, 2018
778
35
I mean, they're now claiming that EVERYONE who voted leave wanted a no deal exit :lol:

Complete fucking fabrication, and no, leaving the single market does not mean no deal with the EU. The different options for deals and arrangements with the EU were discussed at length by even hard brexiters.
and they are all still on the table. no deal doesnt mean no deal forever
 
Nov 19, 2018
778
35
It's pretty obvious now, that with the picture and consequences of a Brexit being more clear to the people, that most would now vote to remain.

It just beggars belief that a second referendum isn't forthcoming.

As it is, it's not a true democratic vote. How can it be argued otherwise?

I find it confusing that leave hardliners would even want to win this way.
Its obvious from ireland is it?

Whats obvious is your minority government have been used by the EU
 
Nov 19, 2018
778
35
I see parliament has made it so no tax laws can be changed in the event of a no deal.

Which in effect means a no deal can't happen becuase wasn't the purpose to make Britain a business tax friendly paradise?

Tying the government's hand to this extent isn't acceptable and it is a blot on democracy. This shouldn't be possible.
im not voting conservative until every last one of these fuckers is out the party
 
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May 19, 2013
15,590
Because it goes against their agenda and what they think should happen. It's nothing to do with democracy.

It's pretty obvious that a second vote, knowing exactly what we would be voting for would be a net benefit to democracy. The whole idea of a referendum is to capture the public opinion. If that opinion has shifted, then the referendum result is no longer a strong democratic reflection. Referendums were always done multiple times historically for this reason.

It's just petty at this point and it's become abundantly clearly that the hardliners don't give a fuck about what happens, they don't even care that they will be worse off for the next decade at minimum. There's not a single fuck given about the consequences.

They just want to win at all costs.
Yeah, it's a weird one alright.

It seems the people who wanted to leave are at opposite ends of the social spectrum, but with very little to lose.

Lower working class without a pot to piss in and nothing to lose. Rich , aristocratic old cunts with a lot of wealth to fall back on, with very little to lose. Probably very simplistic, but that's the way it comes across.
 

Yolo Swaggins

Professional Taylor
May 16, 2013
3,954
Alright clarence, calm down.
Ireland will be laughing at us while we flush our economy down the shitter
 
Jun 4, 2013
4,999
They will need bailing out and the EU itself will be insolvent and looking to borrow - and we control their bond market.

check and mate

Amazingly during the financial crisis we bailed out Ireland significantly. Can't say for sure but it was sizable if not the lion's share of their bailout.

You'd think they'd be more willing to help us...
 
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