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Old 31.05.2016, 11:00
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Do you have a problem that the elected Tory party are able to create new legislation too?
Absolutely because the majority of British voters didn't vote Tory, but the UK is a democracy so I have to respect that.


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But he/she is only one of 28 other members. And the UK has no influence in who is chosen from other countries. Yet remarkably they have an influence on new EU laws which affect the UK.
What's remarkable about other countries using the democratic process to represent their best interests in their own country, and thereby, in EU decision making? That's what happens in all group decision making...you find the common ground and work on that.
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