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Old 06.11.2018, 15:36
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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For many it's not such a simplistic view of "not liking" the outcome.

Serious failures in the campaigning ranging from misrepresentation, misleading and downright lying, to possible external interference, and dodgy ballots (everything linked ad nauseum throughout this thread) are more than enough grounds to revisit the method of the result.

Obviously, if you come down on the Leave side, you are going to want to keep the result as it is and shout down anyone questioning the result.

it's not about the result but can you give an example of a voting without misrepresentation, misleading and downright lying, to possible external interference, and dodgy ballots?
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