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Old 17.03.2019, 15:18
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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I think, its second referendum time.

Now weve seen the ERG clearly, the 350m a week, immigration is 2/3 non-EU anyway and May cannot stop/unwilling to stop/unwilling to explain why that is, movement of HQs, etc etc, all the Brexiteers jumping ship, how far the EU are willing to go.

Stay in the EU unless there is a 65% vote to leave.

Would be a good time to clear out all the MPs who didnt act with integrity, so most of them.
After this clusterfeckfest, wed be safer governed from the EU anyway, we just dont have the quality of leadership required.

Note: I voted for Brexit.
I agree. It was a wonderful opportunity wantonly squandered.

... or deliberately sabotaged.

My gut says the latter. My brain says the former.

It makes me sick to say it, but this Brexit shouldn't be happening.

I always suspected it was impossible.
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