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Old 30.06.2016, 13:02
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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A referendum is a binary Yes/No decision that is used for direction to take. It rarely if ever contains actual instructions for implementation.
You are so right. See SVP/UDC/PPS initiatives.
I belong to the "cool" Europeans who can wait for the internal crisis in the UK to be settled because there is no negotiations to be had with a bunch of people still in shock.
That being said, I would be very disappointed if this little game ended up with UK getting back through the window what voters just threw out of the door. Disappointed is an understatement, I'm trying to be British about it.

P.S. I'm getting better at using passive voice in English, aren't I?
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