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Old 09.10.2019, 08:00
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Places such as the North and the Midlands voted for Brexit, and then they voted in the most part for a government that stated on numerous occasions that no deal is better than a bad deal.
Really? 42% voted Tory and another 2% UKIP. So only a minority voted as you suggest. 54% voted for parties that were clearly against a hard Brexit.

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And if they are not sufficiently prepared, then that is not the fault of the brexiteers, armchair or otherwise, but purely the fault of the UK government as they have had over three years to prepare for this eventuality.
The UK government is made up of Brexiteers. So yes, it IS their fault.

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