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View Poll Results: What would you personally prefer to happen?
I want the UK to stay in an ever-closer union 49 23.11%
I want the UK to stay in a loosely connected EU 68 32.08%
I want the UK out because the EU is bad for the UK 22 10.38%
I want the UK out because the EU is a bad thing 23 10.85%
I want the UK out because this would be good for the rest of us 17 8.02%
I don't really care 33 15.57%
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Old 12.12.2018, 23:02
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200 - 117.

May stays for now.
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Theresa May survives to fight another day (or month as the rules state.)
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200 - 117.

May stays for now.
JRM is being a massive arsehole on telly. So massive it's hilarious...
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Old 12.12.2018, 23:13
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May got more votes than for the 2016 leadership election!

Meanwhile UK going down in Brexit flames.
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Good to see the ERG including JRM get egg on their face tonight !!
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I donít like the result. I demand another vote.
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May stays for now.
Thank heavens for that.

Now we can watch the disaster that is Brexit unfold without interference from an in-house tory war.. for a wee-bit longer at least.
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I donít like the result. I demand another vote.
I am fine with the result but there was a lot of fake news and people were not aware what they voted for.
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He needs to stop bawling and go home to Nanny, she'll make it all better.

And take Boris..
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I am fine with the result but there was a lot of fake news and people were not aware what they voted for.
I think some Russian bots may have hacked their biros.
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I don’t like the result. I demand another vote.

63% is a lot better than 52 - and I didn't see any lies on a bus either . But I get it now, you ARE JRM - that explains a lot then.
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Another year, is what the rules state. But it seems that Mrs May has been telling colleagues that she won't fight another General Election, so she may well step down before another leadership spill can be attempted.
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I donít like the result. I demand another vote.
Aside from the slightly bitter and butthurt tinge to your post , it has to be said that if a house of MPs don't know what the hell they're voting for they should, therefore, not be left in charge of anything more complex than negotiating which brand of biscuits they serve in the coffee breaks, never mind Brexit.

And just to soothe your burn, you can rest assured that they WOULD get another vote if they want one.
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Aside from the slightly bitter and butthurt tinge to your post , it has to be said that if a house of MPs don't know what the hell they're voting for they should, therefore, not be left in charge of anything more complex than negotiating which brand of biscuits they serve in the coffee breaks, never mind Brexit.

And just to soothe your burn, you can rest assured that they WOULD get another vote if they want one.
what
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May got more votes than for the 2016 leadership election!

Meanwhile UK going down in Brexit flames.
When there were three candidates
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Aside from the slightly bitter and butthurt tinge to your post , it has to be said that if a house of MPs don't know what the hell they're voting for they should, therefore, not be left in charge of anything more complex than negotiating which brand of biscuits they serve in the coffee breaks, never mind Brexit.

And just to soothe your burn, you can rest assured that they WOULD get another vote if they want one.
Well in my opinion after 2 years of shilly-shallying over Brexit, Westminster should step aside and leave
it to those real politicians up in the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, to decide where we go from here
with Brexit.

Naturally there will be no hesitation from Nicola as to which way she would steer the UK over Brexit.
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Well in my opinion after 2 years of shilly-shallying over Brexit, Westminster should step aside and leave
it to those real politicians up in the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, to decide where we go from here
with Brexit.

Naturally there will be no hesitation from Nicola as to which way she would steer the UK over Brexit.
Yeah, hand it over to the National Socialists of Scotland, the real politicians that couldn't accept the result of the Scottish referendum and now can't accept the result of Brexit either. Great plan!
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Yeah, hand it over to the National Socialists of Scotland, the real politicians that couldn't accept the result of the Scottish referendum and now can't accept the result of Brexit either. Great plan!
And the UK will remain in the EU along the way - marvelous !!

Of course the majority of Scottish voters - voted to remain in the EU in the 2016 EU Referendum,
no doubt benefiting from being in an ERG free zone.
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In simple terms - you "demand another vote". Another vote is possible but you'd have to become an MP to get the ball rolling.

Or was it just another "whataboutism"?
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When there were three candidates
2 firm Brexit, one less so. So basically the same except the Brexit vote this time wasn't split between 2 candidates and there were then a few Tory MPs more to give a larger total as well.

So actually pretty comparable.
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