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

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  • Remain

    597 68.23%
  • Leave

    246 28.11%
  • Wouldn’t vote

    32 3.66%
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  1. #117791

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Bolt View Post
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    Ireland abolished its tampon tax on 1st January 2020, and is still an EU country.
    which this government voted against btw
    Brexit = Nationalism

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    • #117792

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      Quote Originally Posted by nicko31 View Post
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      But Ireland aren't an independent country, how can this be possible?

      This is you isn't it
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      Quote Originally Posted by Randy McNob View Post
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      which this government voted against btw

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      Quote Originally Posted by Randy McNob View Post
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      which this government voted against btw
      It was always easy for Tory critics of the EU to blame the EU for " Imposing " various rules and regs while wanting/needing to impose them anyway ! We usually always had the option to opt out of most legislation anyway, so, it was handy to blame the Bogeyman EU and just shrug and say " It's not us, its them ".

      The government will have no one else to blame when the alleged benefits of leaving fail to materialise, and thanks to the Covid crisis, they are going to have to try to claw back £billions in order to try to become the party of " Fiscal Probity" again. So, expect plenty of misery as we remain shackled, this time to Tory policies that we are unable to opt out of.
      " 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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      I notice most of the usernames below I have on ignore have been quite active since the end of transition. I wonder what it is I'm actually missing out on? Could it be sensible, substantive discussion accentuating the positives of Brexit with credible explanations on how problems and nuances can be practically and proactively overcome? Or is it just inane sneering, innocuous insults (accusing someone of being a paedophile not withstanding) straw clutching, whataboutery, excitable interminable regurgitation of 3 word soundbites with no substance coupled with links to The Daily Express, The Daily Telegraph, Guido Fawkes and Youtube?

      On balance and looking at those usernames again, I suspect it's probably the latter. Never mind.

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