The Brexit Negotiations

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


  • Total voters
    26
May 16, 2013
20,188
Scotland
Nice to see you get some bat on the ball for once.

actually did laugh there

so wales is little england? you were saying
Aye, Wales is pretty much half full of little englnders and brt nats. The Stockholm syndrome is pathertically strong in Wales, unfortunately.

Regardless, if you removed every single Welsh vote for Brexit it would still have won based on England's vote. That's a fact. So when I said Brexit was won on the back of little engl*nders I was 100% correct, clearly.
 
Nov 19, 2018
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Aye, Wales is pretty much half full of little englnders and brt nats. The Stockholm syndrome is pathertically strong in Wales, unfortunately.

Regardless, if you removed every single Welsh vote for Brexit it would still have won based on England's vote. That's a fact. So when I said Brexit was won on the back of little engl*nders I was 100% correct, clearly.
1 million Scots also voted to leave you spoon plus 800,000 welsh.

without them......remain "won".
 

Haggis

CHB World Championship People's Champion
May 16, 2013
31,672
SO remind me why you get so bent out of shape on your fucking english speaking former colony that often gets left off maps.
There's a very good chance that the only reason you know that New Zealand often gets left off maps, is because of an image gallery I posted here showing a dozen examples of it. Because I think it's hilarious, I often make fun of my friends for it. Also, for the record - in New Zealand, I am not considered by my friends and workmates to be a New Zealander. :thumbsup

France is part of the European Union. Are you against the idea of member states having their political union's flag displayed in school classrooms?

:hat
 

NSFW

Freedom Fighter
May 14, 2013
20,474
Castle Duckula.
France is part of the European Union. Are you against the idea of member states having their political union's flag displayed in school classrooms?

:hat
Surely it should be up to the school or teacher? Sounds a bit fascist all this enforcing a flag in the classroom. I would not be happy if the UK made the Union flag compulsory and I'm sure many many more would feel the same. @mandela
 
Mar 6, 2014
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Nov 19, 2018
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There's a very good chance that the only reason you know that New Zealand often gets left off maps, is because of an image gallery I posted here showing a dozen examples of it. Because I think it's hilarious, I often make fun of my friends for it. Also, for the record - in New Zealand, I am not considered by my friends and workmates to be a New Zealander. :thumbsup



France is part of the European Union. Are you against the idea of member states having their political union's flag displayed in school classrooms?

:hat
That is 100% not how i know that and in fact it was IKEA this week but once again we see that all encompassing projection from you


Have you posted this since Feb 8th oh wise one?

What are you considered by your friends and workmates? Tell me old bean...............

I'm against kids being brainwashed. Yeah. I had the misfortune of getting a kids parliament pack from the lobby of the commons...............Utter brainwashing shite
 
Nov 19, 2018
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Got the figures? I was under the impression it was mainly england that voted leave
Leave won by 1.4m votes

1,018,322 from scotland (including mandela)
349,442 from Northern Ireland
854,572 from wales

Remain got 16,141,241 in total and Englands leave vote was 15,188,406

Therefore it was pretty much fine Scottish patriots and mandela that swung it the right way.
 
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Nov 19, 2018
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She honestly doesn't look all there. I'm not even talking about the fact she's naked either.
I looked her up on twitter, she is a cambridge professor apparently .......naturally I had to mention her culturally appropriated ukrainian hair

4106

In some brexit news, one of the 17 reasons i cant vote conservative again has just spoken:


I wonder if its anything to do with this dinner between bercow and clarke

 
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Jun 4, 2012
25,622
Leave won by 1.4m votes

1,018,322 from scotland (including mandela)
349,442 from Northern Ireland
854,572 from wales

Remain got 16,141,241 in total and Englands leave vote was 15,188,406

Therefore it was pretty much fine Scottish patriots and mandela that swung it the right way.
Not really accurate, but you're right about Wales.

On a country by country basis, Scotland voted Remain. Wales voted Leave. Scotland had the highest Remain vote of any region, with London second and Northern Ireland third.


So yeah sure, the Scottish votes for Leave will have swung it, but that's a silly way to look at it, as it's like saying that the London voters who voted Leave swung it, when it had the highest Remain vote in England.

By country, England and Wales voted Leave, Scotland and N.Ireland voted Remain:

 
Nov 19, 2018
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Not really accurate, but you're right about Wales.

On a country by country basis, Scotland voted Remain. Wales voted Leave. Scotland had the highest Remain vote of any region, with London second and Northern Ireland third.


So yeah sure, the Scottish votes for Leave will have swung it, but that's a silly way to look at it, as it's like saying that the London voters who voted Leave swung it, when it had the highest Remain vote in England.

By country, England and Wales voted Leave, Scotland and N.Ireland voted Remain:

tbh i just wanted to paint it in a way that most annoyed mandy