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

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    600 68.34%
  • Leave

    246 28.02%
  • Wouldn’t vote

    32 3.64%
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    Shushy shushy with your positivity..this thread is exclusively for doomsters.


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      Shushy shushy with your positivity..this thread is exclusively for doomsters.


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      Isn't that specifically our PM's language? Do you speak Johnson?
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      “But who is going to serve us in Pret”
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      I predicted all this ages ago so its no surprise to me. Watch us import tonnes and tonnes of high quality dairy and agri product from Down Under, with a lot of export going the other way. Much more to come.
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      I predicted all this ages ago so its no surprise to me. Watch us import tonnes and tonnes of high quality dairy and agri product from Down Under, with a lot of export going the other way. Much more to come.
      i'd rather pay more for British produce and support British farmers which creates wealth and jobs in this country.

      Strange the same people who sell this say you should be more patriotic
      Brexit = Nationalism
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      i'd rather pay more for British produce and support British farmers which creates wealth and jobs in this country.

      Strange the same people who sell this say you should be more patriotic
      why would 2 relatively small countries enter into free trade agreements when they are on opposite sides of the globe .?...it makes no sense , British farmers are already paid to leave fields empty......this is just a photo op for 2 leaders who's popularity is fading but , who , unbelievably incidentally both lack any credible opposition in their own country ......:dog vommit:
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      I predicted all this ages ago so its no surprise to me. Watch us import tonnes and tonnes of high quality dairy and agri product from Down Under, with a lot of export going the other way. Much more to come.
      Big trading opportunities opening in the far East definitely more to come
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      I predicted all this ages ago so its no surprise to me. Watch us import tonnes and tonnes of high quality dairy and agri product from Down Under, with a lot of export going the other way. Much more to come.
      I see that the third wise monkey has turned up to tell us how brilliant this deal is, even though, just like @Baker lite and @Pretty pink fairy he is actually incapable of pointing out any individual positive aspect of the deal whatsoever .

      But it's worth remembering this is the same @Mo Gosfield that claimed to have voted for brexit here
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      Sadly, you cannot fix the EU from the inside.
      Farage was right and I can back him up ( with experience ) The organisation is rotten to the core. With power comes corruption and it is rife within the EU. The level of waste is staggeringly huge and there is no accountability. No internal fiscal control. They cannot sign off any set of accounts, therefore they are operating illegally. It is the most corrupt body on the face of the Earth and yet millions in this country glibly choose to ignore this and pursue some sort of Utopian dream.
      My vote on Thursday was a vote for honesty, visibility, transparency and self-control. Its another matter if our own politicians waste money. We vote them in and we can vote them out again. We have some sort of control unlike this runaway black hole.
      The EU is out of control. Eventually, it will eat itself and the dream will be over. All the member states will revert back to independency and all will continue to trade happily with each other. After all, business is business.
      then claimed to have voted Remain here
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      I didn't vote Leave. There, that answers a simple question.
      Unlike many on here, I can maintain a balanced view on both sides of the argument. I come from a generation that learnt how to accept other opinions and decisions, even if you didn't agree with them. I have a view that the EU doesn't have a long term future.
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      No one has a clue what lies ahead by leaving or remaining. We know two things. Firstly, the short term ( approx 2 years ) after leaving will be difficult. Most experts are agreed on that.
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      You may not have noticed but tens of thousands of people have been losing their jobs well before the referendum and during the Brexit process. Manufacturing numbers have declined massively over decades, as we have become more service orientated. Our retail sector has been decimated as the switch to online purchasing increases. With online giant warehousing comes automation and minimal staffing levels. Numbers of large businesses will continue to decline. We are an SME dominated country, with 80% of that trade done within the UK.
      Brexit will be a balancing factor. Some opportunities will be lost, others will be gained as we become the ' techno centre' of Northern Europe.
      All on this particular thread where he seems to have covered every base

      I will repeat once again for the hard of thinking, this is the Internet, what you have written is recorded for prosperity

      I'm sure you'll have a view on an alternative solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol Mo ?
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      i'd rather pay more for British produce and support British farmers which creates wealth and jobs in this country.

      Strange the same people who sell this say you should be more patriotic
      That's fine if we can be self sufficient but we can't. That's why Tesco import produce from 63 different countries. Australia and NZ have high animal welfare standards unlike certain EU members who have gained a foothold in the UK with cheap product from intensive farming methods.
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