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Old 08.08.2018, 23:29
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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There will need to be reform in the UK. The UK has a huge backlog on reform. And I think that without the EU on your back telling you, you can't do this and you must do that, you have a far wider range of options open to you. But for that to work, many more people, including those who opposed Brexit, need to swallow their pride and come forward and take part in that discussion and table innovative proposals. They are achieving nothing by slamming the door on that discussion because they are still so sad and angry that they lost. Now is the time for that discussion. Further down the road, when much more is set in stone, it is much more difficult to come back and change things.
Not sure if it's so much pride or being sad and angry at losing that's the problem than still believing that Brexit is bad for the country and being unwilling or even genuinely unable to participate in anything that serves that cause.
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