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Old 27.05.2019, 16:04
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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LD, Green SNP and CHUK are absolutely clear. Only labour are unclear.
I'm not sure what's clear about the SNP.

They want a vote on Scottish independence which they want to win. And then they will start on long and protracted negotiations to join the EU on their own terms, which basically means being out of the EU for a long time.

So basically they are a party who wants to leave for the sake of rejoining. Or at least believes Brexit is inevitable, and sees it as part of their plan. So basically they are saying leave is the new remain.

If push comes to shove, the rest of UK may even back down out of the whole Brexit thing leaving an independent Scotland outside of both the UK and the EU.

The pro Brexit side is often accused of not having had a plan but just wanting to fudge it as it happened. It seems to me the SNP isn't any better in that regard.
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