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

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    597 68.23%
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    246 28.11%
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    32 3.66%
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    Quote Originally Posted by birthofanorange View Post
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    No comment?

    "Treasury says it has 'no plans' to lower VAT on energy bills, despite promises to scrap the tax after Brexit"


    Just more lies, was it?
    It's almost like there has been a global pandemic causing immense economic damage causing governments across the world to reassess their commitments.

    Would you regard regaining full control of setting tax rates meaning we can finally abolish the tampon tax as a positive?


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      It's almost like there has been a global pandemic causing immense economic damage causing governments across the world to reassess their commitments.

      Would you regard regaining full control of setting tax rates meaning we can finally abolish the tampon tax as a positive?


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      Abolishing tampon tax is a positive, yes.

      Perhaps they could use the £350m/week that we're saving, to abolish the VAT on fuel bills - how about that?
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      Abolishing tampon tax is a positive, yes.

      Perhaps they could use the £350m/week that we're saving, to abolish the VAT on fuel bills - how about that?
      Excellent, if you would kindly remind anyone that says .. 'no one ever mentions any positives about Brexit' ..of our delightful little exchange I would be eternally grateful

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      Excellent, if you would kindly remind anyone that says .. 'no one ever mentions any positives about Brexit' ..of our delightful little exchange I would be eternally grateful

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      Of course - we all want to see some positives, to off-set the many, many negatives that are unfolding and we look forward to you posting them, now you've made a start.
      ...as a matter of fact, it's all dark.
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      Blimey, you can see why Bakerlite was created...
      That was a nasty little piece of work, had nothing constructive to contribute and existed solely to be an irritant.
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      Of course - we all want to see some positives, to off-set the many, many negatives that are unfolding and we look forward to you posting them, now you've made a start.
      To be strictly accurate, he is simply parroting what I wrote a year ago, but it is a start

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      Since this tread has been moved to the bear pit, I have taken on board the phrase at the top of the forum 'Typically these threads are politically-focused and involve a small group of people getting angry with each other, whilst absolutely no-one will attempt to see the other side, nor change their perspective.'

      So I have decided that this was a prompt for me to be more open minded and see the other side of the argument. I undertook extensive, although ultimately, unsuccessful research for some definable benefits. The notable exception being £1.85 each menstruating woman will save if we immediately cut VAT on sanitary products on 1/1/21, 12 months before the EU do the same. Although undoubtedly a definable benefit, I felt I really couldn't build a cost/benefit case for leaving the EU on this alone.

      I'm afraid that I have to report back that even after this, we still have a completely incompetent buffoon and his bunch of gutless sycophants in charge, U-turns on the border in the Irish Sea, Animal Welfare and Food Standards, Control of our borders, Businesses having no idea of what they will have to do in 6 months time, and all this before we have even decided the basic whether to have a deal or no deal, 4 years after we voted for 'it' .
      It's just that in the year since we left the EU and have had these wonderful new opportunities, nobody has managed to add anything to my list of benefits.

      Why do you suppose he is posting as JCFG today and not POTG?

      I believe I know why but would love to have it confirmed
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      Quote Originally Posted by WATFORD zero View Post
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      To be strictly accurate, he is simply parroting what I wrote a year ago, but it is a start



      It's just that in the year since we left the EU and have had these wonderful new opportunities, nobody has managed to add anything to my list of benefits.

      Why do you suppose he is posting as JCFG today and not POTG?

      I believe I know why but would love to have it confirmed
      Damn! I was so pleased for him, too. Back to the drawing board, I guess, JCFG.
      ...as a matter of fact, it's all dark.
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      That was a nasty little piece of work, had nothing constructive to contribute and existed solely to be an irritant.
      Looks like it aims to continue in the same vein, judging by it's comment on the 'Refugee' thread.
      ...as a matter of fact, it's all dark.
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      Looks like it aims to continue in the same vein, judging by it's comment on the 'Refugee' thread.
      I thought that Lightly Baked got a ban then spat his dummy and left ?
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      I thought that Lightly Baked got a ban then spat his dummy and left ?
      It's only a matter of time - things like that can't help themselves.
      ...as a matter of fact, it's all dark.