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2nd EU Referendum

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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016

    (Original post by AperfectBalance)
    David has dismissed it, and it would be a kick in the teeth for democracy, the turnout was good and people need to stop crying this is democracy, sometimes it does not always go in your favor
    And yet if we voted to remain, we'd be having a second referendum. ****, they were already preparing their excuses last night. "They rubbed out the ballot papers, that's why we had to write in pencil!!"

    (Original post by CrazyKittenLady)
    I agree with the fact that there is not enough information to inform people with the real facts everything you seem to read in the media seems to be biased in one way or the other I think that we should be able to have a impartial pro's and con's for leaving and staying and then able to let everyone vote again including 16-17 becuase it will have a huge affect on them.
    This is the problem. People should take responsibility for informing themselves. The media is biased at best, full of lies at worst, and the fact that some people get all their information from tabloids shows why some people are so severely wrong about things.

    Everyone has internet access now, and they could get the real facts easily. They just choose not to.
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