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Second Referendum Question (Edited) 11:13 - Jan 8 with 2567 viewswestwalesed

Second Referendum Question (Edited)


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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:15 - Jan 8 with 1262 viewswestwalesed

Sorry messed up the first poll!
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Explanation: Two Part Question

1) Leave the EU or Remain in the EU;
2) In the event of a vote to Leave - Leave on WTO Terms or Leave with Proposed Deal.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:24 - Jan 8 with 1187 viewsWhiterockin

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:15 - Jan 8 by westwalesed

Sorry messed up the first poll!
Can be deleted if someone knows how!

Explanation: Two Part Question

1) Leave the EU or Remain in the EU;
2) In the event of a vote to Leave - Leave on WTO Terms or Leave with Proposed Deal.


More Brexit confusion.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:35 - Jan 8 with 1173 viewssherpajacob

as parliament is sovereign in our democratic system, any referendum should take place after parliament has rejected May's deal.

If parliament approves May's WA, then we leave on those terms.

If parliament rejects May's WA and is unable to get an alternative WA approved then back to the people for a choice between leave without a WA or remain.


Simples

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:38 - Jan 8 with 1165 viewswestwalesed

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:35 - Jan 8 by sherpajacob

as parliament is sovereign in our democratic system, any referendum should take place after parliament has rejected May's deal.

If parliament approves May's WA, then we leave on those terms.

If parliament rejects May's WA and is unable to get an alternative WA approved then back to the people for a choice between leave without a WA or remain.


Simples


Its not though is it.

It could easily be argued that the decision to Leave has been taken, the only thing now up for debate is how we leave. In which case, as you say, if Parliament can't decide then the people should decide. Arguing for Remain to be on the paper would be difficult I think.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:01 - Jan 8 with 1132 viewsBloodyhills

Maybe you should do another poll. This one is as clear as mud.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:11 - Jan 8 with 1117 viewsHighjack

If we were to have a Losers Vote and leave wins again in any shape or form we'd be back to square one. The MP's would still be railing against it, calling us thick, old, poor, white, male, racist and uninformed.

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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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:14 - Jan 8 with 1112 viewsAce_Jack

Leaving with no deal and on WTO terms is f**king lunacy. The only reason people think it might be a viable option is because we haven't treated it like a realistic prospect for the last two years.

You're not supposed to call brexiteers thick but if you think walking away from the EU with no deal is in any measurable way a good thing for this country, then you are monumentally thick.
[Post edited 8 Jan 13:18]
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:15 - Jan 8 with 1106 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:11 - Jan 8 by Highjack

If we were to have a Losers Vote and leave wins again in any shape or form we'd be back to square one. The MP's would still be railing against it, calling us thick, old, poor, white, male, racist and uninformed.


if you're a leaver who wants to leave with no deal you are thick. Change my mind.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:18 - Jan 8 with 1082 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:38 - Jan 8 by westwalesed

Its not though is it.

It could easily be argued that the decision to Leave has been taken, the only thing now up for debate is how we leave. In which case, as you say, if Parliament can't decide then the people should decide. Arguing for Remain to be on the paper would be difficult I think.


No it wouldn’t.

Fuçk. My. Eyes.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:26 - Jan 8 with 1083 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:15 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

if you're a leaver who wants to leave with no deal you are thick. Change my mind.


I just did a test and I am 0% dumb. I think that's all the scientific evidence you need. If E20's mad vegan science counts on here then this definitely will.

http://www.am-i-dumb.com/

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:29 - Jan 8 with 1069 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 11:15 - Jan 8 by westwalesed

Sorry messed up the first poll!
Can be deleted if someone knows how!

Explanation: Two Part Question

1) Leave the EU or Remain in the EU;
2) In the event of a vote to Leave - Leave on WTO Terms or Leave with Proposed Deal.


You messed up this one as well.

Not exactly disabusing us of the notion that brexiters are thick as fûck, are you?
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:34 - Jan 8 with 1023 viewssherpajacob

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 12:38 - Jan 8 by westwalesed

Its not though is it.

It could easily be argued that the decision to Leave has been taken, the only thing now up for debate is how we leave. In which case, as you say, if Parliament can't decide then the people should decide. Arguing for Remain to be on the paper would be difficult I think.


if we can't decide how we leave, then remain is a logical option.


we are very much in kebab shop territory now, the monkey tennis stage was passed long ago


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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:44 - Jan 8 with 1010 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:26 - Jan 8 by Highjack

I just did a test and I am 0% dumb. I think that's all the scientific evidence you need. If E20's mad vegan science counts on here then this definitely will.

http://www.am-i-dumb.com/


about as reasoned as a no deal brexit to be fair
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:45 - Jan 8 with 1007 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:44 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

about as reasoned as a no deal brexit to be fair


I am glad I have managed to change your mind.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:53 - Jan 8 with 1003 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:45 - Jan 8 by Highjack

I am glad I have managed to change your mind.


I think you'd struggle to change a light bulb
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:02 - Jan 8 with 995 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:53 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

I think you'd struggle to change a light bulb


My butler is responsible for such mundane and menial tasks around the château. When he returns from picking up my chargrilled artichokes from the olive counter in Tesco I shall order him to train me.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:04 - Jan 8 with 992 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 14:34 - Jan 8 by sherpajacob

if we can't decide how we leave, then remain is a logical option.


we are very much in kebab shop territory now, the monkey tennis stage was passed long ago


[Post edited 8 Jan 14:37]


That’s the scenario remainers and certainly remain MPs have been aiming for since the day after the vote. They decided they weren’t agreeing to any sort of deal long before negotiating started.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:06 - Jan 8 with 985 viewsAce_Jack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:02 - Jan 8 by Highjack

My butler is responsible for such mundane and menial tasks around the château. When he returns from picking up my chargrilled artichokes from the olive counter in Tesco I shall order him to train me.


You don't send the butler to Marks & Spencer?
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:07 - Jan 8 with 984 viewsHighjack

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:06 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

You don't send the butler to Marks & Spencer?


Of course not. I'm not made of money.

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:12 - Jan 8 with 973 viewssg1912

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 13:15 - Jan 8 by Ace_Jack

if you're a leaver who wants to leave with no deal you are thick. Change my mind.


There's a big difference between not wanting Mays deal - which is effectively Remaining without a vote, compared to a deal on FTA and medicine etc..

I think it would be more thick for someone to want us to go ahead with Mays deal than wanting to leave on WTO terms.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:21 - Jan 8 with 956 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:04 - Jan 8 by Jango

That’s the scenario remainers and certainly remain MPs have been aiming for since the day after the vote. They decided they weren’t agreeing to any sort of deal long before negotiating started.


They didn't have to agree, you dopey cúnt.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:54 - Jan 8 with 934 viewssherpajacob

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:04 - Jan 8 by Jango

That’s the scenario remainers and certainly remain MPs have been aiming for since the day after the vote. They decided they weren’t agreeing to any sort of deal long before negotiating started.


are you saying parliament is sovereign?

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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:10 - Jan 8 with 923 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:54 - Jan 8 by sherpajacob

are you saying parliament is sovereign?


I’m saying remain shouldn’t be an option given that after the last vote they’ve purposely tried to manufacture that situation. More than 90% voted for a referendum but have had no intention of honouring it. Labour and Tories manifestos pledged to honour referendum result but certain MPs have again refused to honour that.
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:12 - Jan 8 with 919 viewsJango

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 15:21 - Jan 8 by WarwickHunt

They didn't have to agree, you dopey cúnt.


I’m guessing you were bullied out of Swansea and have a massive chip on your shoulder. Let it go
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Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:19 - Jan 8 with 903 viewsWarwickHunt

Second Referendum Question (Edited) on 16:12 - Jan 8 by Jango

I’m guessing you were bullied out of Swansea and have a massive chip on your shoulder. Let it go


Bullied? 😂😂😂
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