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    So is it unfair

    Posted by Paddy Hatter on 6/9/2019, 14:52:43

    For people and MP's to change their minds reference Brexit ?

      Re: So is it unfair

      Posted by Romford spurs on 7/9/2019, 8:46:57, in reply to "So is it unfair"

      We need guy fawkes back from the dead,
      If at first you donít succeed............

        Re: So is it unfair

        Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 6/9/2019, 15:40:16, in reply to "So is it unfair"

        Unfair for people to change their minds no, not at all. But a democratic vote result should be acted upon, not as Labour and Lib Dems have said we shall remain, basically fcuk the electorate we do what we want. Emilly whats her name said so on tv yesterday and squeaky voice Lib Dem leader has said she would ignore second referendum if leave came out on top, so these people are failing electorate.

          Re: So is it unfair

          Posted by Godders on 6/9/2019, 18:01:22, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

          It's also not unfair to realise that, 3 years down the line, Brexit is looking very different from what people were told.

          It's also not unfair for politicians to make decisions on our behalf because, even though they are our elected representatives, they are also there as "experts" in the political environment as its their job.

          I still maintain that such an issue like this should never have been offered to the public.

            Re: So is it unfair

            Posted by Suffolk Punch on 6/9/2019, 21:59:45, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

            I'd agree with your first sentence.

            This is largely because the media has focused on the perceived economic impact of Brexit, and the way in which we leave.

            For many, myself included, the main issue wasn't economic, but concern about how what started as a trading relationship has evolved into erosion of our national sovereignty and the control of our everyday lives being transferred into the hands of unelected eurocrats who never seem to be able to balance their books.

            Re: So is it unfair

            Posted by Farhat on 6/9/2019, 16:31:11, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

            Labour have NOT said we will remain. They are the only party that realise the country is split in two, and for the need to bring as many as possible back together.

              Re: So is it unfair

              Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 6/9/2019, 18:14:43, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

              Emily whats here name said on question time Labour will remain....So you think it acceptable for Lib Dem leader to say they would remain no matter what the result of any second referendum

                Re: So is it unfair

                Posted by Farhat on 6/9/2019, 20:57:36, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

                I don't watch QT but I have heard that Thornberry made a bit of a balls up. Labour's position is to renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement (obviously if they are in a position to do so), then put it back to the public - the new WA or Remain.

              Re: So is it unfair

              Posted by charlatans spivs and thieves on 6/9/2019, 16:09:48, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

              everytime I see that 'squeaky voice' one my mind instantly imagines the description 'jolly hockey sticks'

              Re: So is it unfair

              Posted by C on 6/9/2019, 15:10:23, in reply to "So is it unfair"

              Perfectly fair.

              Apart from the obvious financial benefits, the EU's masked has slipped, they're not the benign, friendly organisation I thought they once were.

              It would be a difficult choice tbh.

                Re: So is it unfair

                Posted by charlatans spivs and thieves on 6/9/2019, 14:59:08, in reply to "So is it unfair"

                obviously not, especially the intelligentsia:

                https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/brexit/9874598/labour-admit-its-brexit-policy-is-to-negotiate-new-deal-then-reject/

                  Re: So is it unfair

                  Posted by Yea on 6/9/2019, 15:22:35, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

                  Oh dont start all that again!

                    Re: So is it unfair

                    Posted by Bushmead on 6/9/2019, 15:31:40, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

                    Help !


                  Re: So is it unfair

                  Posted by Captain Bleedin' Obvious on 6/9/2019, 14:56:55, in reply to "So is it unfair"

                  No.
                  It is unfair to ignore the majority.

                    Re: So is it unfair

                    Posted by MK is Town Territory on 6/9/2019, 17:27:35, in reply to "Re: So is it unfair"

                    Unfair to ignore what may be the majority today or at the time of the referendum?

                    The big error was that after the referendum when the result was known no compromise was sought. Some form of soft Brexit would at that time been accepted my the vast majority. Farage and co were not talking about no deal Brexit at that time.

                    May started creating red lines and batting for the right wing of her party and people have been pushed to the extremes and also now no more about what being outside the single market and customs union will bring so yes people should form opinions today on what they know today.

                    There are a lot of people prepared to lose their careers rather than be party to taking the UK out of the EU with no deal. These are the people who have seen all the reports the government will not release.

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