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"1 in 5 Remain voters would like to see Brexit cause economic damage just to teach Leave voters a lesson"

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Speaking as a "remainer", that 19% are morons.
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Seems reasonable. 5 out of 5 Brexiters want the same thing (unwhittingly). Since when could you untangle a bowl of cooked spagetti without make a mess or breaking the spagetti?
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Seems reasonable. 5 out of 5 Brexiters want the same thing (unwhittingly).
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I can't count how many times I've told brexiters "I told you so" ever since the referendum was passed.
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Seems reasonable. 5 out of 5 Brexiters want the same thing (unwhittingly). Since when could you untangle a bowl of cooked spagetti without make a mess or breaking the spagetti?
That is, by far, the worst analogy I've ever heard for Brexit.
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I don't think either side of the divide are (whatever lies behind the asterixs, I presume it rhymes with munts?).

It is a bitterly contentious issue, easily the most bitter subject in British history since the second world war. It is quite reasonable to disagree with great passion.

What has proved fatal for us, however, has been the refusal of most of the Remain side to accept the result.

It means that Brexit will be a disaster. We are a house divided, negotiating with ourselves, in an issue with huge stakes. HUGE stakes. And because of that we will get the worst "deal" imaginable.

My prediction? The talks will never come to a conclusion. The Norway deal was meant to be temporary and is already over twenty years old. We will continue to pay the big bucks to the EU every year with no say in how any of it is decided. (They can't face the hole in their budget). We won't be able to control immigration or conduct free trade deals with the rest of the world. It will be years of endless discussions about little details and legal issues.

Leavers will never accept this and will be constantly agitating to leave in reality, not just in name, Remainers will continue with the "we told you do. This is what you voted for." The wounds will never heal.

A clean Brexit was the only way to avoid this. But the General Election put an end to that. Democracy has failed and we are screwed, that is the long and short of it.
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Your're a cu nt too then.
The price of sovereignty and control when you already have it is a steep one
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A lot of Remainers also voted unironically for Corbyn, thinking he was going to try stop Brexit.

But tbh I think it is a stretch to call this extremism, I doubt they want themselves to be financially hit by it.
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Remoaners are pathetic, the lot of them.

We're leaving the EU, GET OVER IT.
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The price of sovereignty and control when you already have it is a steep one
A country that cannot legally prevent 285,000 foreign nationals from entering its country to live, each year and every year, is not sovereign.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
"1 in 5 Remain voters would like to see Brexit cause economic damage just to teach Leave voters a lesson"

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I was a strong remainer but we lost and need to accept it. I'm losing patience with those who can't.

Especially the 'centre-left/liberal' bunch who can't accept it.

Cameron, Osbourne and Goldman Sachs didn't back Remain because of worker rights and social liberalness.
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I was a strong remainer but we lost and need to accept it. I'm losing patience with those who can't.

Especially the 'centre-left/liberal' bunch who can't accept it.

Cameron, Osbourne and Goldman Sachs didn't back Remain because of worker rights and social liberalness.
I agree, the leaving process could have been a hell of a lot easier and smoother if it weren't for those types of people.
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They clearly mean it would be intellectually satisfying to prove the Leave camp wrong.

But do they really want economic disaster for their kids and our futures? Do they want to be eating from food banks which have been stocked by Greeks who have taken pity on our plight? Nah. It's just a silly poll.
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Same goes for older Brexiteers apparently.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7870871.html
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I can't count how many times I've told brexiters "I told you so" ever since the referendum was passed.
"Post-Brexit economic turmoil! REEEEEEEEEEEE"

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"Post-Brexit economic turmoil! REEEEEEEEEEEE"

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We have not even left the EU yet.
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We have not even left the EU yet.
Predictable response...
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"Post-Brexit economic turmoil! REEEEEEEEEEEE"
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Yes this happened when the pound slumped severely, since a lot of large firms have most of their money coming in through dollars. Whilst the smaller ones who deal only in sterling have taken a hit. There were also other factors like the far right anti immigration party in the Netherlands losing.

I'm sure you know the FTSE 100 isn't everything nor did I say that everything that has happened since brexit has been bad.
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Predictable response...
Predictable but still true.Wait til we actually leave the EU.We are still enjoying the benefits of being in the EU.
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