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Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴
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06-03-2018 03:00 PM

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Post: #61
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
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Northern Ireland Poll
Remain 69%
Leave 31%


Support for Brexit has plummeted in Northern Ireland, poll finds

A poll, for Queen’s University Belfast, shows support for Brexit has fallen 13 points to 31%. Support for Remain has risen to 69%.

http://www.thenational.scot/news/1624049...oll_finds/



^Sorry Irish. We stole your land from you. Now we **** your future.
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Post: #62
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
A 14th straight YouGov poll shows Britain wishes it had never voted to leave the EU

A majority of the British have believed Brexit is "wrong" since about summer 2017, according to YouGov's polls.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/britain-br...xit-2018-5
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Post: #63
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
British people are now more negative about Brexit than ever before

45% of Brits now say Brexit will have a negative impact on the British economy, with just 30% saying it will have a positive impact.

39% of Brits say Brexit will have a negative impact on life in Britain, with just 32% saying it will have a positive impact.

32% say Brexit will have a negative impact on their personal finances, compared to just 14% who believe it will have a positive impact.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/british-pe...ore-2018-5
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Half of Londoners want a new vote on final deal

Some 49 per cent of people in the capital said they want the final say on the agreement due to be struck this autumn on rules for trade and co-operation.

Only 33 per cent support the Government’s wish for a “meaningful vote” in Parliament – which could turn out to be a “take it or leave it” vote for MPs, with the public having no voice.


https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics...53166.html
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DUP will stop supporting Conservatives if Northern Ireland isn’t in Brexit deal

Arlene Foster has warned that DUP will withdraw its support for Theresa May’s government if it adopts a Brexit deal that treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of the UK.

The Democratic Unionist Party leader warned that customs parity with Britain was a ‘red line’ for her party, whose 10 MPs support the Conservatives in Westminster under a ‘supply and demand’ arrangement.


https://metro.co.uk/2018/06/03/dup-will-...l-7601542/
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Post: #66
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Ireland NAILS flag to EU mast

Pollsters Red C have revealed 92 percent of Irish nationals surveyed want to remain a part of the EU even despite the UK leaving.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/...gel-farage
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06-03-2018 11:31 PM

 



Post: #67
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-11-2018 04:37 PM)
I voted brexit. I knew exactly what it meant. if there's a second vote, I will know we live under only an approximation of democracy.

When did we ever live in a democracy?

They give a nice little show to persuade us we do, which is a different thing entirely.

The problem they have with the Brexit vote is how to overturn it, while maintaining the illusion of a democracy.
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Post: #68
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-27-2018 01:41 PM)
Pinguu  Wrote: (01-27-2018 11:48 AM)
If there is another referendum do you not think it would be fixed this time...

There would be civil war.....Seriously people would get murdered...

Who wants that....only sickos

I'm sure leave voters would accept the results without resorting to violence. Just as remain have.

Remainers haven't accepted it. They're pushing for a second referendum. How can you, in one sentence, speak of a accepting the results of the first referendum AND the second referendum?

Have you completely abandoned all logic?
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Post: #69
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-27-2018 04:15 PM)
Scots, Welsh and Irish give up some sovereignty for the benefits of belonging to the British Union. English see themselves as above this.

They didn't "give up", anything, they lost the wars and were blugeoned into it.
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06-03-2018 11:49 PM

 



Post: #70
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-30-2018 12:23 AM)
Piers Scholfield
‏@inglesi
23 minutes ago

Government's Own Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario Outside The EU


BuzzFeed News has seen a new Brexit impact assessment, which says leaving the EU will adversely hit almost every sector and every UK region.


https://www.buzzfeed.com/albertonardelli....xbBb91nEJ
By "Britain beign worse off", they mean the wealthy people's economy, not the economy of the masses. Which are two very different things.

I'm finding it difficult to see how those living & dieing on the street are going to be any worse off. Or the 1000s of sick & disabled who are being hounded (in some cases starved) literally to death, because they can't work.

This includes people born disabled and others who have paid into the system their entire adult lives and have become sick or disabled later in life. Poor fools thought all that money being taken our of their pay cheques for decades, was going towards a safetynet for them, if they ever needed it.

All this happening while being in the EU.

How are these people going to be any worse off than dead?
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06-03-2018 11:50 PM

 



Post: #71
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-30-2018 01:29 AM)
Brexit: Companies to be charged VAT upfront on goods from Europe in 'disastrous' blow to businesses

More than 100,000 UK companies will be forced to pay VAT upfront after Brexit, under controversial government plans being debated by Parliament this week.

At least 130,000 UK firms will be forced to pay upfront import VAT once Britain leaves the single market, under which import tariffs are not imposed on goods bought from other EU countries.


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/pol...46441.html

That's about our shitty government, not Brexit.
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Post: #72
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (02-28-2018 02:58 PM)
The Brexit economy: things are starting to deteriorate

The British economy is showing signs of deteriorating just as the government attempts to reassert its vision for Brexit, according to a Guardian analysis of economic news over the past month that highlights the country’s increasingly fragile position on the world stage.

Cracks are beginning to appear in the picture of economic resilience built up during the final months of 2017, when a sustained upswing in global growth helped to lift economic output in Britain. Fresh figures this week also showed the economy grew more slowly than first thought in the final three months of 2017, with GDP growth having been revised down to 0.4% from 0.5% – putting the UK at the bottom of the G7 league table.

The latest dashboard shows British households coming under significant pressure, as inflation stuck at its highest level for almost six years last month despite expectations for a fall. Stoked by the pound’s weakness since the EU referendum, the rate of growth in prices has been stubbornly high for several months now - although wages are at last beginning to rise.


https://www.theguardian.com/business/201...eteriorate

The british economy has been in the toilet for years.
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06-03-2018 11:57 PM

 



Post: #73
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-03-2018 03:07 PM)
British people are now more negative about Brexit than ever before

45% of Brits now say Brexit will have a negative impact on the British economy, with just 30% saying it will have a positive impact.

39% of Brits say Brexit will have a negative impact on life in Britain, with just 32% saying it will have a positive impact.

32% say Brexit will have a negative impact on their personal finances, compared to just 14% who believe it will have a positive impact.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/british-pe...ore-2018-5

So 55% of Brits say Brexit won't have a negative impact on Britain?

That seems to stand infavour of Brexit.
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Post: #74
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-03-2018 03:10 PM)
Half of Londoners want a new vote on final deal

Some 49 per cent of people in the capital said they want the final say on the agreement due to be struck this autumn on rules for trade and co-operation.

Only 33 per cent support the Government’s wish for a “meaningful vote” in Parliament – which could turn out to be a “take it or leave it” vote for MPs, with the public having no voice.


https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics...53166.html

So 51% say they don't want another vote?

Still in favour of Brexit then...
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Post: #75
RE: Calmdown to Brexit
•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-03-2018 03:06 PM)
A 14th straight YouGov poll shows Britain wishes it had never voted to leave the EU

A majority of the British have believed Brexit is "wrong" since about summer 2017, according to YouGov's polls.


http://uk.businessinsider.com/britain-br...xit-2018-5

So who are the 51% who say they don't want another vote? What country are they from?
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