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Melancholic Mill
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This is my home and I am not going anywhere.

I'm not leaving the EU..........

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Bit too late for that.
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Bit too late for that.
I aint going nooowhere
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Never have I ever thought Leave would be leading in his referendum.
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Never have I ever thought Leave would be leading in his referendum.
I canot believe what is really happening. The second referendum now would be a huge remain victory.
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We weren't even original members...
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Shut up and accept it, the country has democratically chosen to leave. If you don't like democracy, **** off to North Korea and see how much better life is there
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We weren't even original members...
Oh no we were much more than that - we were the original founders i.e. Churchill and his cabinet.
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Oh no we were much more than that - we were the original founders i.e. Churchill and his cabinet.
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**** off to North Korea and see how much better life is there
How is that relevant? And that was totally uncalled for.
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How is that relevant? And that was totally uncalled for.
It's relevant because you are being salty because democracy hasn't gone your way. So go see what it's like without democracy.
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It's relevant because you are being salty because democracy hasn't gone your way. So go see what it's like without democracy.
Yes but North Korea far outweighs it as an example and is therefore inappropriate
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Why can't you just accept democracy? And before anyone comes out with that crappy argument, Farage did not call for a second referendum if we remained, he said that leave would have lost the battle but won the war against establishment, and that long term the EU would break down across Europe.

Too many remainers have no grace, you don't respect democracy, which makes me wonder if this is correlated to their love of a superstate monolith
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I canot believe what is really happening. The second referendum now would be a huge remain victory.
Only if it was rigged. And why did you rep me?
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I canot believe what is really happening. The second referendum now would be a huge remain victory.

I don't think there will be a second referendum as it will just be a case of "vote the right answer this time". This is historic, bigger than what I would think. Imagine helping your children out in 2050 with their history homework " what implications did brexit 2016 have on the economy?"
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How is that relevant? And that was totally uncalled for.
They are also signing the petition for another referendum.
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