If May suddenly announced brexit was off , how would you feel? Watch

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i dont think i would be that bothered to be honest , doesnt look promising.
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I’d feel pretty pi**ed off tbh
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But that will never happen anyways
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Interesting liquidconfidence, what would annoy you about it being called off?
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I would revolt, and no doubt millions would join me
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Partaay !!!!

im sorry... just came over this, cant breathe...

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i dont think i would be that bothered to be honest , doesnt look promising.
If the leader of the Conservative party betrayed brexit then for the first time since 2014 I would be forced to vote for a non-Tory in protest, probably the kippers.
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I wouldn’t care at this point of how things are going
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I would be very happy. It is, and always was, a terrible idea.
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Excited. The news would go back to normal; back to suicide bombs in Iraq and sheep lost in Wales.
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Relieved, and ultimately quite happy.
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I mean there is only 3 answers - p*ssed off , happy or just flat out don’t care 😂
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i dont think i would be that bothered to be honest , doesnt look promising.
Relieved that the attempted display of democratic will of the people has finally been revealed to be a sham. People can then go back to living in the matrix.
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I'd be pretty chuffed, hopefully the real stupids kick off and get locked away/pummeled, or we could export them to colonies?
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Excited. The news would go back to normal; back to suicide bombs in Iraq and sheep lost in Wales.
The good old days.
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i dont think i would be that bothered to be honest , doesnt look promising.
Depends in what way she was announcing off, but I will take it as permanent.
In that case I would find out why ,and be fearful for democracy and division within the UK. It wouldnt be accepted imo.
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Consequences would be unthinkable imho

Civil unrest on a scale that has never been witnessed before in modern society.

I'm mindful of the rioting and looting we saw in London back in 2011 I think it was , in response to a guy being killed by police. Shops were raided, properties set alight.

Police from all over the country were drafted into London to deal with what was essentially a fairly small problem.

Imagine that happening all over the country in all major cities simultaneously. London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh etc etc

Utter chaos, unstoppable. Martial law would have to be brought in which of course they have already been planning for. Lots of innocent people would get hurt. Infrastructure probably lost, possible disruption to utilities etc.


In the end this whole thing is no longer about BrExit. BrExit was just the catalyst that woke the nation up to the fact that the entire democratic process is now at risk.

Our forebears fought and died for our freedoms, for our democracy and our rights. We should NEVER forget their sacrifices.

Those freedoms are now threatened by a deeply rooted establishment who don't care about the country or its citizens. They only care about power and positioning in a global world and about their own wealth.

It is a war by any other name, it's just that it doesn't involve tanks and guns and soldiers. Instead it is a war conducted by stealth by Masonic and Common Purpose operatives who have drafted and pushed through the various EU treaties, selling this country down the river to foreign powers. Those operatives are still at work today trying to scupper the BrExit process and I predict that they will prevent us leaving

They don't respect or care about our democracy. In truth it is just an illusion now. Our freedoms are being removed bit by bit and we are heading for a totalitarian police state.

People must wake up and see what is happening around them.

I suspect many are now awake as a result of BrExit.

If this establishment trample over a simple democratic decision and prevent us leaving, then it will signal the end of democracy and a real war against the people of the country. On that basis the people have every right to fight for their freedoms.

We must restore the balance and re-establish the British Constitution.
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Laugh my arse off as the Tory party Implodes
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Probably a sign that democracy is dead. The people spoke and to go against that now is just pig-headed, and would be indicative that May is too childish to handle being a representative of the people.
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Relieved, and ultimately quite happy.
As at least a former moderate Liberal, would it not bother you that the result would likely be a fanatic Corbyn government, probably with a majority.

Is ending Brexit worth that price for Liberals like you?
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