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

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    Are you saying that leavers are right wing? I thought loads were disaffected labour voters.
    Plenty of disaffected labour voters voted for far right UKIP
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    Are people taking stupidity pills on here today or something

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      Please can you explain why we had to be in the EU to be able to have any of those things?

      There have been changes in political and social issues / views across the globe and this often drives policy. Global warming / climate change, etc would lead towards a recycling culture and reducing landfill for example

      If they have policies that the EU come up with, couldn't a country (not necessarily the UK) see that they are good policies and adopt them themselves, surely they are not limited to those who are EU members
      That could all happen yes but there are many cases where the cheaper option prevails. If you are within a union then the overwhelming voice lends it's weight.
      Tomorrow we can buy cheaper sofas from China and India. (Well not just yet but you get my jist) They may be made from combustible materials and not conform to our previous E.U. Legislation. You will have to trust our countries politicians now. The thing is, these things have happened under the E.U. So why leave where they might not. Don't forget we have been at the forefront encouraging newer members as they joined and had to conform and adhere.
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      Yes I've seen that cut paste job before, posted by @5ways. I did a hilarious review /rewrite which due to all these threads being merged I can no longer find. Can't be arsed to pick it to pieces again.

      A return to the Primacy of UK Parliament/Government /law plus regaining full control over rates of immigration.
      A hilarious review you say. Well done.
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      A hilarious review you say. Well done.
      Thanks ... you would have been crying with laughter.
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      Tony Bloom's Blue and White army!
      "Selling Kayal now would be the equivalent of winning star baker every week during weeks 1-5 of Bake Off before turning up pissed on week 6, slapping Mary Berry on the arse, hurling racist insults at Paul Hollywood and offering Mel and Sue a threes up. It would be the end of our season."
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      [QUOTE=Questions;7486354]
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      That could all happen yes but there are many cases where the cheaper option prevails. If you are within a union then the overwhelming voice lends it's weight.
      Tomorrow we can buy cheaper sofas from China and India. (Well not just yet but you get my jist) They may be made from combustible materials and not conform to our previous E.U. Legislation. You will have to trust our countries politicians now. The thing is, these things have happened under the E.U. So why leave where they might not. Don't forget we have been at the forefront encouraging newer members as they joined and had to conform and adhere.
      No say now.
      For thickies like me, at what stage are we unable to buy products from safety conscious Europe? When we start the leave process?
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      I'd be worried about the future if your a representation of it.

      Wet blanket.

      Be thankful that people with experience who rebuilt this country after a world war and have proper life experience have taken this decision.

      I'm sure your 17 years ''life experience'' of hand shandy's when your mums out, popping zits in the mirror and shopping for skinny jeans doesn't really qualify you to decide what's right for this country and its future I'm afraid.
      I'm replying to you, but there was a few others who essentially did the same thing @BigGully ect. Why because I'm 17, does that mean that my future should not be mine to decide, or my opinion is suddenly invalid. Think I'm off to Germany, currently studying German A-level so shouldn't be too difficult to pick up the rest of the language. Would rather not stay and see Britain slowly crumble into Farage-Land. Anyone know any good stream sites so I can catch the Albion games?
      Tony Bloom's Blue and White army!
      "Selling Kayal now would be the equivalent of winning star baker every week during weeks 1-5 of Bake Off before turning up pissed on week 6, slapping Mary Berry on the arse, hurling racist insults at Paul Hollywood and offering Mel and Sue a threes up. It would be the end of our season."
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      structural funding to areas hit by industrial decline;
      clean beaches and rivers;
      cleaner air;
      lead free petrol;
      restrictions on landfill dumping;
      a recycling culture;
      cheaper mobile charges;
      cheaper air travel;
      improved consumer protection and food labelling;
      a ban on growth hormones and other harmful food additives;
      better product safety;
      single market competition bringing quality improvements and better industrial performance;
      break up of monopolies;
      Europe-wide patent and copyright protection;
      no paperwork or customs for exports throughout the single market;
      price transparency and removal of commission on currency exchanges across the eurozone;
      freedom to travel, live and work across Europe;
      funded opportunities for young people to undertake study or work placements abroad;
      access to European health services;
      labour protection and enhanced social welfare;
      smoke-free workplaces;
      equal pay legislation;
      holiday entitlement;
      the right not to work more than a 48-hour week without overtime;
      strongest wildlife protection in the world;
      improved animal welfare in food production;
      EU-funded research and industrial collaboration;
      EU representation in international forums;
      bloc EEA negotiation at the WTO;
      EU diplomatic efforts to uphold the nuclear non-proliferation treaty;
      European arrest warrant;
      cross border policing to combat human trafficking, arms and drug smuggling; OK THATS A BAD ONE counter terrorism intelligence;
      European civil and military co-operation in post-conflict zones in Europe and Africa;
      support for democracy and human rights across Europe and beyond;
      investment across Europe contributing to better living standards and educational, social and cultural capital.
      All of this is nothing compared with its greatest achievements: the EU has for 60 years been the foundation of peace between European neighbours after centuries of bloodshed.
      It furthermore assisted the extraordinary political, social and economic transformation of 13 former dictatorships, now EU members, since 1980.

      Your go.
      But what has the EU ever done for us apart from the above?
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      Nope, just a bit of housekeeping. A number of Corbyn threads and referendum threads have been merged, that's all.
      Can you move this one too, I just wasted 3 minutes of my life on it.
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      I'm replying to you, but there was a few others who essentially did the same thing @BigGully ect. Why because I'm 17, does that mean that my future should not be mine to decide, or my opinion is suddenly invalid. Think I'm off to Germany, currently studying German A-level so shouldn't be too difficult to pick up the rest of the language. Would rather not stay and see Britain slowly crumble into Farage-Land. Anyone know any good stream sites so I can catch the Albion games?


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