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

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  • Remain

    602 68.25%
  • Leave

    248 28.12%
  • Wouldn’t vote

    32 3.63%
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    Quote Originally Posted by vegster View Post
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    Yes, that's the situation in a nutshell, NI is in the best of both worlds and could be a roaring success economically, thus showing up how bad Brexit is for the DUP and the rest of the UK. !

    There is nothing that Truss can bring to the table to change anything and she is merely there to turn the heat up or down on the rhetoric as a distraction depending on how Johnson's " levelling up " or corruption inquiries are going. ... I noticed at the first PMQ's this year Johnson threw the allegation at Rayner that the Labour Party would have kept the UK in the EU if it wasn't for the Tories, which shows his thinking by using a desperate appeal to Brexiteers to muddy the water to avoid answering questions.

    So, we have probably the most corrupt and inept government in history desperately trying to keep all the plates spinning as all the promises of Brexit fall apart. ... not looking a good year ahead for Johnson.
    Best of both worlds, this is what the Vote Leave government wanted. Its what they've got

    There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad....George Orwell

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      Brexit denial syndrome in full swing

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      What's not to like ?





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      Quick five knuckle shuffle before bedtime for you.
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      Brexit denial syndrome in full swing

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      yeah, you're right. it's cos you got no stones that you can't bring yourself to front up to the economic catasrophe that you voted for! just cos you're racist!
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      Brexit denial syndrome in full swing

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      Do you even know what you are writing?

      What does your latest drivel actually mean? Do you have any idea?

      A long time ago your contributions were fairly anodyne, rather like chewing gum for the eyes, but now it has become a sort of nonsensical punctuation mark between genuine comments......
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      Do you even know what you are writing?

      What does your latest drivel actually mean? Do you have any idea?

      A long time ago your contributions were fairly anodyne, rather like chewing gum for the eyes, but now it has become a sort of nonsensical punctuation mark between genuine comments......
      Brexit denial syndrome is when someone puts their fingers in their ears and denies all the harm that Brexit is causing to our country.
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      Do you even know what you are writing?

      What does your latest drivel actually mean? Do you have any idea?

      A long time ago your contributions were fairly anodyne, rather like chewing gum for the eyes, but now it has become a sort of nonsensical punctuation mark between genuine comments......
      sorry to say but PPF is correct on this point. You have to be in denial for Brexit to make sense, just like you need to be a opportunist hypocrite to become the Brexit minister
      Brexit = Nationalism
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      Oh dear Gina



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      This is seriously desperate......

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      Hard to know where to share this good news as there are about 150 threads slagging off the government on the mainboard and in the pit at the moment but ..

      Prediction ...

      Economists expect the UK economic recovery in 2021 to be slower than in peer countries, because of a lower starting point, a larger services sector, low business investment and the impact of Brexit.

      A survey of nearly 100 economists revealed that most of them expect the size of the economy not to return to pre-pandemic levels until the third quarter of 2022, despite the expectation of a strong consumer-led rebound from the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine. Increased unemployment, bankruptcies and the impact of Brexit are expected to limit the pace of the recovery.


      https://on.ft.com/3Gwy9QX

      The reality ...

      The UK has regained its pre-pandemic levels of GDP long before Germany, Italy, and Spain, and slightly before the eurozone as a whole. It is ahead of Japan and Canada.

      This is a remarkable outcome when you think that the OECD forecast a year ago that Britain would limp into 2022 with output still 6.4pc below its pre-Covid peak, an economic basket case languishing along with Argentina at the bottom of the developed world's league table.

      The International Monetary Fund also predicted that the UK would be left behind in perma-slump through 2021 and into 2022. The global institutions got it seriously wrong.


      https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business...ntes-paradiso/

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