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Old 06.02.2019, 10:21
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Are you being deliberately obtuse?
No, not deliberately! (I'm sure you'll draw your own conclusions.)

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I thought, perhaps, that people might be interested in seeing what I have learnt there.

Obviously I was wrong.
No, I'm interested, as is Sandgrounder, apparently. But I'm fully aware that the full continuum of opinions and voting reasons (based on an equally full continuum from misinformation and lies to researched facts) can be found in fora across the UK. I think it's a little disingenuous to present the opinions voiced on one cherry-picked pro-Brexit forum, where the posters overwhelmingly support your stated preference (that the UK leave the EU). Why not report on what Remainers are saying? Or how the undecided, or even the non-voters, think?

Doesn't it seem a little one-sided (and echo-chambery) to talk only about a group of people that support your basic view, even if you disagree on minor side issues?
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