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Old 07.07.2016, 15:09
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Sometimes it is best not to respond to attacks.

However, 48% of the voters, + all those who have since realised it was a big mistake, + all those who now realise they should have voted- can't all be wrong- and yes, you are right, most of them are a lot younger than me.
why can't they all be wrong?

but you are barking up the wrong tree. it is about choice and majority decision.

the 64% that didn't vote for the conservatives also have to live with the the conservative government.

while the vote isn't 100% for one choice, you will always have some portion of people who don't get what they want.

it's still early days. let's see what happens. maybe many remainers will be happy with the way forward once that way forward becomes known.
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