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

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    602 68.25%
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    248 28.12%
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    32 3.63%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Is it PotG? View Post
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    Alas no, but unlike your good self and Watford GAP, I am rapidly learning that lost art of the post 'edit'

    If I was paranoid and didn't know better, it might even be the same person.
    Great to note you have returned to chat.

    Are you here to debate the thread topic this time?

    By the way, is there anything wrong with post editing, especially if you are endorsing a person for confidential support? If you habitually give my comments a ‘thumbs up’ how would you like me to recognise it?

    Many thanks for another confidential vote of support…. Now let’s try and take this to the next level, if you can. Stay on topic and show open agreement……
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      Quote Originally Posted by Pretty pink fairy View Post
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      Oh well another deal in the bag , global Britian go go go 🇬🇧

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      GB...are NI included in the deal as well?
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      Think its fair to say the Vote Leave government have had a little intro of what life will be like from the French when they take over the EU Presidency. I expect less tolerance for the constant populist grand standing from Johnson and his group of dishonest actors

      And of course France have politics too, their own racists to keep plus an election.

      Anyway, the signal is pretty clear, time to grow up
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      Quote Originally Posted by Lever View Post
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      Great to note you have returned to chat.

      Are you here to debate the thread topic this time?

      By the way, is there anything wrong with post editing, especially if you are endorsing a person for confidential support? If you habitually give my comments a ‘thumbs up’ how would you like me to recognise it?
      To be fair, towards the end of yet another 15 hour day on NSC, I can imagine you could lose focus on what you're saying or what thread you're on
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      Even as a convinced Remainer, I was no fan of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy and even harboured hopes that our homegrown replacement might deliver better green outcomes - and indeed that was how it was sold.
      Today some details emerged - and received a collective groan for the various environmental lobbies.
      Another case of over-promising and under-delivering.................(?)

      https://www.theguardian.com/environm...from-next-year
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      Quote Originally Posted by Garry Nelson's teacher View Post
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      Even as a convinced Remainer, I was no fan of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy and even harboured hopes that our homegrown replacement might deliver better green outcomes - and indeed that was how it was sold.
      Today some details emerged - and received a collective groan for the various environmental lobbies.
      Another case of over-promising and under-delivering.................(?)

      https://www.theguardian.com/environm...from-next-year
      Its interesting that leaving the CAP has the "potential" to create opportunity...

      Despite this no one from NSC leave collective has ever attempted to Champion it as a Brexit benefit. How can this be, surely they all knew what they were voting for?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Garry Nelson's teacher View Post
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      Even as a convinced Remainer, I was no fan of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy and even harboured hopes that our homegrown replacement might deliver better green outcomes - and indeed that was how it was sold.
      Today some details emerged - and received a collective groan for the various environmental lobbies.
      Another case of over-promising and under-delivering.................(?)

      https://www.theguardian.com/environm...from-next-year
      I don't imagine there was anyone who liked every aspect of the EU and consequently, you would think that there must be some Brexit benefits somewhere, but no, the 'team' who lead the referendum and then implemented the result have managed to make such a complete and utter f*** up of the whole thing, that even the simplest Benefits can't be achieved.

      As I said some years ago, much nearer the beginning of this thread

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      I suspect I have a lot more in common with you than some of the remainers.

      I've never been a big fan of the EU but see it as a necessary evil in a 21st century multi-national world with multi-national corporations. National governments just get out manoeuvred at every turn.

      What we really should have done was take MEPs seriously and elected people who would fight for Britain rather than the amateurs and swivel-eyed loons that never turned up and wore a f***ing union flag!

      I still can't believe so many people believed an amateur politician that couldn't even get himself elected as a Tory and then scared Cameron into this whole farce
      But it wasn't sufficient idiocy to vote for this bunch of idiots to win the referendum with no idea of what they were going to do, we then went and voted for them again to negotiate and implement something that they couldn't define and, as has become blindingly apparent, didn't understand

      Toute nation a le gouvernement qu'elle mérite.

      Even if a significant proportion don't

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