dorisifa wrote:I think we need a British Revolution in which these Remain Euro quislings and the culturally tainted are put in stocks in the town square and pelted with pork pies, crumpets and wax jackets. And then shot of course.
Mel, have a look at yourself, screaming at people you don't know. I don't know what you think you 'won', but you're not acting like a winner.Mel wrote:I am getting increasing fed up of listening to the losers going on and on about having another referendum. You LOST you bunch of traitors. If you love mainland Europe so much then why don't you go and live there and leave the rest of us to govern our country the way we want to and not be told what to do by a bunch of bungling incompetent bankrupt countries.
The issue is that we don't know what the decision was. Sure, we voted to 'leave' but 18 months later, do you know what that means? Our government doesn't, our negotiators don't, the people who convinced you to vote leave can't agree what it means. So, how can we carry out that decision when we don't know what we're trying to achieve?Boro Boy wrote:What is the argument here? We have had a decision of the people in a democratic way. Once the outcome of that decision has been carried out we can decide if we require a further decision at that point but it should not even be an issue until the point that the first decision has been carried out.
Yeah but one is in Union Jack wrapping paper. So it's better. It just is.expressman33 wrote:The referendum was like asking someone to choose between 2 presents when they are both wrapped up . Until the wrapping paper is taken off you can't decide properly
I disagree. We haven't left yet, nothing has changed, so there's nothing to revert if we cancel Article 50.macliam wrote:I'm afraid talk of a second referendum is pointless. The damage is done - if the EU agreed to rescind Article 50 it would likely be on worse terms and with a hefty bill for the disruption caused.
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