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Old 03.11.2016, 15:04
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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For the Scots/Welsh it's an easyish choice they will mirror the request of their electorate, (no vote) with little comeback.

English MP's may find things a little more shady especially if they go against an "out" constituency.

She could trigger an election to grab more seats in parliament to force it through with a pure Tory vote led by the whips. Labour are weak with an idiot at the helm. Packing out the candidates with pro-brexit sympathisers controlled from Tory central office grabbing additional seats to pack the vote.

I guess it should go through regardless in parliament as the MP will be voted out in the next election IF they went against their constituents. (political suicide)

The blue shows you how many MP's will face this problem.

http://www.bbc.com/news/politics/eu_referendum/results
"I guess it should go through regardless in parliament as the MP will be voted out in the next election IF they went against their constituents. " Mostly the voting constituencies for the referendum did not match the voting constituencies for a General Election so for many areas it is not 100% clear what a majority of their constituents want.
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