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UK set for hardest possible brexit. Watch

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...an-to-exploit/

    They planning on making it hard for us by pressuing us to rejoin, don't get your hopes up, all leave voters knows there will be a peroid of diffcult timing. They just making it easier for UK to go through hard brexit, thanks for the help.
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    I thought Brexit was meant to get rid of people who don't speak proper English...
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    Good
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    Well Brexit is what the majority want. So full Brexit ahead!
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Well Brexit is what the majority want. So full Brexit ahead!
    That's not actually true. A majority of those who voted asked to leave. We don't know the views of those who didn't vote or those who were unable to vote.
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    That's not actually true. A majority of those who voted asked to leave. We don't know the views of those who didn't vote or those who were unable to vote.
    Most likely did not care or too lazy to go vote.

    They had their chance but did not use it. There problem.
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    pip pip tally ho
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    Brexit is brexit. Enough of the hard / soft crap.
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Most likely did not care or too lazy to go vote.

    They had their chance but did not use it. There problem.
    And the folks who were excluded but who will feel the full impact like the 1.6 million expats or 1.8 million 16-18 year olds?
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    And the folks who were excluded but who will feel the full impact like the 1.6 million expats or 1.8 million 16-18 year olds?
    Well we clearly didn't challenge the government enough to get a say.
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    (Original post by Tian1Sky)
    I thought Brexit was meant to get rid of people who don't speak proper English...
    you clearly thought wrong
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    Well Brexit is what the majority want. So full Brexit ahead!
    The majority are really thick though.
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    We need a clean break from the EU, stop the uncertainty.
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    ****ing remoaners. The referendum had the highest voter turnout in years. Do you people say "oh but the ones who didn't vote probably wanted what I wanted, **** democracy" every election you lose?
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    (Original post by Aniki_)
    ****ing remoaners. The referendum had the highest voter turnout in years. Do you people say "oh but the ones who didn't vote probably wanted what I wanted, **** democracy" every election you lose?
    The referendum to join the EU had a higher turnout (and a much, much higher majority), but you idiots have still spent 50 years *****ing and whining about the result. You'd still be *****ing if you hadn't gotten your own way. Grow the **** up.
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    (Original post by JordanL_)
    The referendum to join the EU had a higher turnout (and a much, much higher majority), but you idiots have still spent 50 years *****ing and whining about the result. You'd still be *****ing if you hadn't gotten your own way. Grow the **** up.
    Highly unlikely to rejoin EU. Just saying.
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    The only Brexit is hard Brexit. Even Donald Tusk of the EU said that only a hard Brexit is an option.
 
 
 
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