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

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    Johnson did something he said no PM would ever do, but with standards in public life so low in Johnson's Brexit Britain, it doesn't seem to matter anymore

    He has basically pissed on all the hard won peace in Ireland turning us into an International pariah. Others are taking note and treading carefully...
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      Brexit = Nationalism
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      Why is it that from the Brexit side of the argument, only JCFG and Pastafarian engage in any sort of conversation about the actual issues, and even then it is always a semantic sidestep?
      Could it be that there is no pro Brexit argument to make, now all the chickens have come home to roost?
      Probably because you lot are mainly perceived as blinkered, prejudiced, tiresome, close-minded, radicalised, needy, disingenuous, dishonest and that's just the less fruity descriptions ...
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      Probably because you lot are mainly perceived as blinkered, prejudiced, tiresome, close-minded, radicalised, needy, disingenuous, dishonest and that's just the less fruity descriptions ...
      why do you feel the need to pigeonhole everyone? seems like it was just an observation on the recent activity of the thread.

      To notice Brexit isn't going well doesn't make you a remainer you simply need eyes and ears
      Brexit = Nationalism
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      Quote Originally Posted by Randy McNob View Post
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      why do you feel the need to pigeonhole everyone? seems like it was just an observation on the recent activity of the thread.

      To notice Brexit isn't going well doesn't make you a remainer you simply need eyes and ears
      Some have invested so much in Johnson, the problem is he represents nothing really, just populism pumped up with English nationalism.

      When you are I caught in this spiral its hard to find a way out. Who underneath it all can really enjoy being constantly lied to, even if upsets others?

      If I was in the same position I'd create a new account, easiest way to leave quietly and move.
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      Some have invested so much in Johnson, the problem is he represents nothing really, just populism pumped up with English nationalism.

      When you are I caught in this spiral its hard to find a way out. Who underneath it all can really enjoy being constantly lied to, even if upsets others?

      If I was in the same position I'd create a new account, easiest way to leave quietly and move.
      Priceless, you and few others haven't moved on since 2016
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      To notice Brexit isn't going well doesn't make you a remainer you simply need eyes and ears
      There are not any 'remainers' only leavers now. We have left.

      It is odd that someone asked why there were few people defending Brexit. That is because most people have moved on whichever side they were on. Like it or not, and as someone who voted leave, I am deeply unhappy about some of the ramifications, we are now all in the same boat. Why argue about something that is now irrelevant?
      If you choose not to decide you still have made a choice......
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      There are not any 'remainers' only leavers now. We have left.

      It is odd that someone asked why there were few people defending Brexit. That is because most people have moved on whichever side they were on. Like it or not, and as someone who voted leave, I am deeply unhappy about some of the ramifications, we are now all in the same boat. Why argue about something that is now irrelevant?
      Exactly. Can't change the history.

      Best thing now would be a much needed plan to fix the worst of the fallout.
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      Exactly. Can't change the history.

      Best thing now would be a much needed plan to fix the worst of the fallout.
      I look forward to seeing our resident brexiteers challenging the need to fix anything After all, this is what they voted for. The bright future etc
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