(Original post by Dez)
The people voted in an advisory referendum that they (well, 52% of them) believe the UK should not be a member of the European Union. That's all the ballot paper can tell you. You cannot infer from that whether the voters wished the UK to leave with a deal or without. Opinion polls conducted since then make it clear that neither a no-deal Brexit nor May's deal enjoy a majority of public support.
Not true nothing about that is true, it was not an advisory referendum at all. You cannot reinvent history just because it suits your views better.
The question put to the British people was extremely clear and reforming the EU was clearly spoken about, remaining as it was before was never an option. Listen for yourself
We opted to leave the club and trade with the rest of the world. It was clear cut. I can't believe you are bringing opinion polls into this, they are known to be highly accurate arnt they?
You must of lived though an alternate reality
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In an ideal world I wouldn’t mind if my country hit the eject button before this jet smashes into a cliff face with the force of an atomic warhead.
That being said if public opinion polls are to be trusted which is becoming less likely each year then damage control seems the way forward . An end to Brexit would appear to be the end to the extreme fiscal uncertainty however it’s still anyone’s game on the season premier episode of The UK Season 19
Personally I'd like fly you in a plane to a cliff front. And just before we hit eject I'd say 'that's a cliff edge, me duck if we hit that we die! We are not falling off a cliff edge, the fact older people whom remember life pre EU are not running around scared stiff shows this'
How awesome is it that during this time of political and democratic turmoil that, maybe, generously, 20% of MPs have decided to turn up and actually take part, even in some token sense, in the beate in the HoC.
What a fabulous demonstration of where the core of British democracy lies.
Not true mate, remain lost because they ran a negative campaign. I sometimes think I could of made a more positive arugement tkfor remain than they did.
Leave campaign lead a positive campaign to which struck a cord with people better. Both sides lied and stretched the truth