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Old 30.11.2016, 20:52
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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D'uh! Now why didn't I think of that! Probably because I don't believe it.

I was looking at something far deeper than that, in that, many are far more passionate in their belief and tend to hit the ground running when they post about the matter.

Even so, some just reject punctuation.
You could have something. Brexit people certainly don't proffer complex legal conundrums and challenges, referring back to simpler points. The referendum being only advisory because of some deep legal minefield versus the government saying 'we will do what you vote for' on the form for example. Not sure it goes as far as punctuation but it highlights a different mindset in some cases perhaps.
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