View Poll Results: If there was a second Brexit referendum how would you vote?

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    248 28.09%
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    32 3.62%
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    In the 2016 Brexit referendum and then in the 2019 general election, Johnson offered voters the chance to “take back control” of their destiny, to rebalance the country and to pull it together again. On both occasions, he won.

    Six years on, however, we can safely say his project is failing
    . His government is busy trying to wrest back more control rather than exercising what it has regained. It has not united the country. It has not even begun to level it up.

    The truth is, this government won’t accomplish any of that. Until Britain stops trying to restore a vanished past—whether the one imagined by its pro-Brexit Leavers or its anti-Brexit Remainers—and begins to construct a viable future, the country as a whole never will.



    https://www.theatlantic.com/internat...ohnson/661332/

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      What you talking about Willis?

      There’s plenty of good news, the unelected EU is already running hard to get a couple of impoverished and corrupt soaked countries into its fold……one of which is in a war with Russia!!

      https://www.politico.eu/article/euro...raine-moldova/
      Aren't Turkey about to join as the Vote Leave cabal promised?
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      How much longer are we going to bury out heads in the sand? We're a nation in denial, now the true consequences unravel.

      The deafening silence over Brexit’s economic fallout

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      There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell
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      How much longer are we going to bury out heads in the sand?


      The deafening silence over Brexit’s economic fallout



      Speak for yourself. I'm not burying out any heads in the sand.
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      Not an opinion, its just counting....

      BREXIT TO BLAME FOR AIRLINE STAFF SHORTAGES, SAYS EASYJET BOSS

      https://www.independent.co.uk/travel...-b2104884.html

      Johan Lundgren, chief executive of easyJet, said 8,000 job applications from European Union citizens have been rejected by his firm because candidates did not have permission to work in the UK.

      Last week the aviation minister, Robert Courts, told MPs on the business select committee it was “not likely” that leaving the EU played a part in the chronic staff shortages afflicting aviation.

      Mr Lundgren told The Independent: “The pool of people is smaller, it’s just maths.

      “We have had to turn down a huge number of EU nationals because of Brexit. Pre-pandemic we would have turned down 2-2.5 per cent because of nationality issues,” Mr Lundgren said. “Now it’s 35-40 per cent.”
      There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell
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      Not an opinion, its just counting....

      BREXIT TO BLAME FOR AIRLINE STAFF SHORTAGES, SAYS EASYJET BOSS

      https://www.independent.co.uk/travel...-b2104884.html

      Johan Lundgren, chief executive of easyJet, said 8,000 job applications from European Union citizens have been rejected by his firm because candidates did not have permission to work in the UK.

      Last week the aviation minister, Robert Courts, told MPs on the business select committee it was “not likely” that leaving the EU played a part in the chronic staff shortages afflicting aviation.

      Mr Lundgren told The Independent: “The pool of people is smaller, it’s just maths.

      “We have had to turn down a huge number of EU nationals because of Brexit. Pre-pandemic we would have turned down 2-2.5 per cent because of nationality issues,” Mr Lundgren said. “Now it’s 35-40 per cent.”
      Was mentioned today that the likes of British Airways are sub-contracting to European operated planes in order to circumvent " The Benefits of Brexit " ... and, Micheal O'Leary reckons that all we need to do to solve a lot of our current predicted crisis would be to relax the rules for European workers..... but hey, Blue Passports...
      " The day after we vote to leave, we hold all the cards " Gove, M. 19/4/2016

      " We will be leaving on December 31st on Australian style terms and trading under the basis of WTO rules " Gove, M 19/10/2020
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      Interesting stat...

      May 2008, oil USD150 / barrel, GBP=1.98USD, Diesel £1.20 / litre

      Today, oil USD115 / barrel, GBP=1.22USD, Diesel £1.97 / litre

      Gotta love Brexit and what the Vote Leave government have done to us
      There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell
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      Thank the stars that Rees-Mogg and Brexit saved us from the scourge that is USB-C for all.

      RICHARD SWIVELLER, a good-hearted, though somewhat queer young man
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      Thank the stars that Rees-Mogg and Brexit saved us from the scourge that is USB-C for all.

      As if you’d take any advice about tech from ****.
      "I will design a town in the image of your face. Round the wrinkles of your eyes my footsteps you can trace. We could promenade down infra-nasel depression. The streets of your hands will never feel a recession."

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