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

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    222 27.41%
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    29 3.58%
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    You know what they say about assumptions......
    No answers ? - I am surprised

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      What a load of bolleaux. I didn't vote leave because of the politicians - I voted leave because the EU is so corrupt they have never submitted a set of properly audited accounts, because of the CAP which was biased against our own farmers, because of the the wine lakes, the beef mountains, the butter mountains, and so on, because of being 'represented' in Europe by non elected people, because of the expense scandals and so on a so on. How arrogant to say that MP's supporting Leave are following their own agenda when those in favour of Remain are also following their own agenda. The referendum result was in favour of Leave - they should stop following their own agendas and follow the result.
      The butter mountain once existed, but the EU changed its policy to stop this happening. There has been no butter mountain for many years. Way before the referendum.

      The wine lake. I can only see reference to this from around 2008. Can you point me in the direction of some upto date information.

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      I am actually begining to think that Brexiteers post this stuff to entice people to call them thick. If not...
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      ...LEAVE MEANS LEAVE
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      Can you clarify this please, we have simply opted to move out of the bureaucratic ties of the EU, hardly 'playing away in a marriage'. Poor analogy.
      We've signalled our intention to flounce out. We would have got into bed with anyone that would have had us but we were bound by legal constraints, so we've just been flirting with the likes of The Donald. I thought the analogy was thought-provoking. It was. An alternative was kindly provided by Westdene so you can choose...……………….You too are welcome to a better than average share of the benefits as long as your take the hit for the rest of us when we leave. Deal or no deal?
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      We've signalled our intention to flounce out. We would have got into bed with anyone that would have had us but we were bound by legal constraints, so we've just been flirting with the likes of The Donald. I thought the analogy was thought-provoking. It was. An alternative was kindly provided by Westdene so you can choose...……………….You too are welcome to a better than average share of the benefits as long as your take the hit for the rest of us when we leave. Deal or no deal?
      We are where we are now. We could have been gone, and be well and truly over the hills by now with the May deal. Since that was repeatedly kicked into touch by our learned Parliament and Speaker, we are left with Plan B.
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      Alternatively, she's been messing around with 27 others. We've tried for the sake of the children to come to a compromise agreement but it's weighted very much in her favour. So we've decided to leave regardless as we have too much respect for ourselves to stay in a loveless, one sided marriage.

      And one of the issues was because we paid rather a lot of money into the joint account which she used a large chunk of to go out with her friends. Problem being that some of them were poorer than us so she paid for their meals.
      Good try. Given that we agree the outcome will be a lose-lose (if it's a win-lose to us, please explain), you might find that it would have been better to hang on in there and do your best to patch-it up. You know you'll regret it when that car seat you've been sleeping on gets unbearable and when you can't find anyone new to snuggle up against. Indeed, I think you'll crawl back asking for another chance.
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      Good try. Given that we agree the outcome will be a lose-lose (if it's a win-lose to us, please explain), you might find that it would have been better to hang on in there and do your best to patch-it up. You know you'll regret it when that car seat you've been sleeping on gets unbearable and when you can't find anyone new to snuggle up against. Indeed, I think you'll crawl back asking for another chance.
      Can you clarify, after playing away, why so many folks in charge apparently are letting us go towards abject poverty, sleeping in cardboard and drinking warm cider through a scabby sock?
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      And just when you think that they couldn't make the impact of 'no deal' worse (and even less likely to happen)

      UK to end freedom of movement for EU citizens on day one of Brexit, under new government plan

      Free movement for EU citizens will end on day one of a no-deal Brexit, under new Home Office plans – despite warnings of chaos and of people trapped in legal limbo.

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      We are where we are now. We could have been gone, and be well and truly over the hills by now with the May deal. Since that was repeatedly kicked into touch by our learned Parliament and Speaker, we are left with Plan B.
      But it's so much better now we have a plan
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      But it's so much better now we have a plan
      It's no laughing matter.
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      We are where we are now. We could have been gone, and be well and truly over the hills by now with the May deal. Since that was repeatedly kicked into touch by our learned Parliament and Speaker, we are left with Plan B.
      Brexiteers wanted the UK to have its own laws, and not be 'bound' (not that they were) by the EU. You seem to have a problem with that. Whats wrong with applying British laws and Parliamentary procedures, or do you only want laws, and procedures, that correspond with your vision? It was hard nosed Brexiteers that didn't want May's deal btw.

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