I've always been on the fence with this issue. I support the EU as an institution, and I have no qualms about its neoliberal tendencies, but I am totally against the Migration and Muslim demographics of Europe. I would suggest that a far-right political party at the EU, for European politics, would be a good solution to this problem.
(Original post by Telefonino)
take the recent harassment of Anna Soubry, who was branded as a Nazi
I found that absolutely hilarious since she's quick to brand people fascists. Yet now it's happened to her the police are all of a sudden having to decide whether it's deemed a criminal offence or not.
Didn't see that coming at all...
Edit: Voted leave before, would vote leave again. The EU tycoons do not seem to care for the jobs that will be lost across the remaining states by securing a reasonably mutual deal, only that they are afraid to leave their beloved project due to the risk of decimating their economies.
If they had acted more respectfully, I'd vote remain (then again I wouldn't have had the chance as Brexit would have been smoother). It just makes me feel like I voted the right way the first time. I just can't respect an institution leading by fear of damaging members economies. Italy would love to leave for example, but they can't - they're trapped in because of their economy.
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Leave. We are still being told the same lies about remaining, we should however leave WITHOUT a deal not TM one
I kind of thought at the time that there was a risk of the government ****ing it up. People back then arguing about how we should "take back control" always confused me a little bit for that very reason: Taking away power from the EU officials to merely give it to our government who, in reality, we don't really like either.
It's gone worse than I imagined to a degree: I was expecting leave to effectively mean no deal that was then kiinda managed, but poorly managed. Instead we've had months of floundering around before getting a neither-here-nor-there compromise deal, only for that to get bazooka'd and for us to be left with the possibility of a crash-out-and-die not-managed-at-all no deal brexit. In my mind, the pragmatic thing to do, at least for now, is to cancel brexit, or at the very least extend article 50 for a good while and renegotiate from the ground up. So I'd vote remain.
I'm not sure if politicians actually should just cancel brexit outright without the whole "people's vote" malarky happening first, for if they did that it'd raise some iffy questions about the state of democracy and such. But if they did, I wouldn't be particularly mad.
Remain again. Nothing I have seen so far has convinced me that leaving will be a positive for the country, although it's quite possible it won't be the unmitigated disaster that some of the more fervent on Remain are predicting.