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Old 30.06.2016, 13:03
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So they knew in an disagreed and unclear way. OK, I take your word for it. Coordinating positions is key here, the smarter move is to do it before the vote, but it's never too late. Good luck to them.
not necessarily.

If you have different groups all being in favour of an exit but having different views of what to do after, it may be better to team together for the vote and then work the small stuff out after rather than vice versa.

It's like having a discussion at home

1) shall we repaint the living room?
2) what colour?

If you discuss point 2 before point 1 you may get lost in bitching and nothing will ever happen.

And remember the Brexit camp had a broad range of support going from the extreme left all the way to the extreme right with lots of support from the middle too. All of those groups had different reasons to want a Brexit so nobody would have been able to speak on behalf of them all.
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