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Old 28.03.2019, 10:25
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So just ignore the majority of their constituents who voted to leave. You do know how a representative democracy is supposed to work, right?
Going back to your Scottish referendum, the result was that they didn't want to break away. That is easy to implement because the situation doesn't change.

I'm sure they'll look at the Brexit mess and take that into consideration if and when there is a referendum in the future.

In the case of Brexit, it's the first time that such a referendum has meant such a drastic change. The problem is that "leaving the EU" has triggered thousands of issues which it seems nobody even considered when Cameron announced plans for the referendum.

It has also emerged that even among Leave voters there is inconsistency as to their view of how the UK should leave and to what degree it should still be involved in the EU.

It's unworkable, as the last 3 years have shown.
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