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Second Referendum Question (Edited) 11:13 - Jan 8 with 2267 viewswestwalesed

Second Referendum Question (Edited)


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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:45 - Jan 10 with 437 viewsBatterseajack

It appears that "No deal / Remain" is the favored option. So that's Brexit settled once and for all.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:36 - Jan 10 with 409 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:45 - Jan 10 by Batterseajack

It appears that "No deal / Remain" is the favored option. So that's Brexit settled once and for all.


The no deal option has had the least scrutiny from the public and the media yet it's the most catastrophic option.

A no deal brexit means:

Losing every single trade deal we have taking us to ZERO. Every single country in the world has trade deals. We would become the only one that wouldn't.
Tariffs wiping out what little manufacturing we have left plus agriculture industries
Medicine shortages while we negotiate exports
lower safety and standards on every single thing we import
Brits losing property and employment rights abroad
Hard border in Northern Ireland

If you think a no deal Brexit is in anyway a good thing after being presented with the facts, you cant't be reasoned with. You're just a f**king moron.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:40 - Jan 10 with 407 viewsBatterseajack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:36 - Jan 10 by Ace_Jack

The no deal option has had the least scrutiny from the public and the media yet it's the most catastrophic option.

A no deal brexit means:

Losing every single trade deal we have taking us to ZERO. Every single country in the world has trade deals. We would become the only one that wouldn't.
Tariffs wiping out what little manufacturing we have left plus agriculture industries
Medicine shortages while we negotiate exports
lower safety and standards on every single thing we import
Brits losing property and employment rights abroad
Hard border in Northern Ireland

If you think a no deal Brexit is in anyway a good thing after being presented with the facts, you cant't be reasoned with. You're just a f**king moron.


Oh i agree with you, it will be a national self inflicted f**king disaster. A Suez +++ in terms of national humiliation.

I was just pointing out the winning result of this pole, which is made up of two options which are at complete odds with each other.
[Post edited 10 Jan 16:41]
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 18:45 - Jan 10 with 381 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:40 - Jan 10 by Batterseajack

Oh i agree with you, it will be a national self inflicted f**king disaster. A Suez +++ in terms of national humiliation.

I was just pointing out the winning result of this pole, which is made up of two options which are at complete odds with each other.
[Post edited 10 Jan 16:41]


Polls apart...
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 18:57 - Jan 10 with 377 viewslonglostjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:40 - Jan 10 by Batterseajack

Oh i agree with you, it will be a national self inflicted f**king disaster. A Suez +++ in terms of national humiliation.

I was just pointing out the winning result of this pole, which is made up of two options which are at complete odds with each other.
[Post edited 10 Jan 16:41]


I thought he was from West Wales?

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 19:59 - Jan 10 with 365 viewsBatterseajack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 18:45 - Jan 10 by WarwickHunt

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Damn it 😂
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:17 - Jan 10 with 343 viewstrampie

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:36 - Jan 10 by Ace_Jack

The no deal option has had the least scrutiny from the public and the media yet it's the most catastrophic option.

A no deal brexit means:

Losing every single trade deal we have taking us to ZERO. Every single country in the world has trade deals. We would become the only one that wouldn't.
Tariffs wiping out what little manufacturing we have left plus agriculture industries
Medicine shortages while we negotiate exports
lower safety and standards on every single thing we import
Brits losing property and employment rights abroad
Hard border in Northern Ireland

If you think a no deal Brexit is in anyway a good thing after being presented with the facts, you cant't be reasoned with. You're just a f**king moron.


But it might well break up the union and if Wales breaks away it will be our chance to get rid of perpetual right wing Labour and Conservative Governments and their policies.
[Post edited 10 Jan 22:30]

Continually being banned by Planet Swans for Porthcawl and then being reinstated.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:30 - Jan 10 with 340 viewslonglostjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:17 - Jan 10 by trampie

But it might well break up the union and if Wales breaks away it will be our chance to get rid of perpetual right wing Labour and Conservative Governments and their policies.
[Post edited 10 Jan 22:30]


More likely scenario In a break off would be N. Ireland and Scotland separating, leaving Wales perpetually governed by a Conservative government.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:31 - Jan 10 with 330 viewstrampie

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:30 - Jan 10 by longlostjack

More likely scenario In a break off would be N. Ireland and Scotland separating, leaving Wales perpetually governed by a Conservative government.


That is what unchecked immigration does for you.

Continually being banned by Planet Swans for Porthcawl and then being reinstated.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:39 - Jan 10 with 318 viewstrampie

The best result for patriots who align themselves to one of the so called Celtic countries that are currently part of the UK would be a no deal brexit.
Even a hard brexit might whip them up and instigate change to the union state.
[Post edited 10 Jan 22:40]

Continually being banned by Planet Swans for Porthcawl and then being reinstated.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 00:12 - Jan 11 with 292 viewsLohengrin

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:31 - Jan 10 by trampie

That is what unchecked immigration does for you.


It’s how your family arrived in Wales.

An idea isn't responsible for those who believe in it.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 00:43 - Jan 11 with 264 viewstrampie

Some Storks have been known to migrate but there again some are said to stay put.

Continually being banned by Planet Swans for Porthcawl and then being reinstated.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 10:58 - Jan 11 with 197 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 22:31 - Jan 10 by trampie

That is what unchecked immigration does for you.


unchecked immigration from England?
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:53 - Jan 12 with 121 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 00:43 - Jan 11 by trampie

Some Storks have been known to migrate but there again some are said to stay put.


They are taking British midwives jobs.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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