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    How about a second referendum 10 years after we've left the EU to see if we want to rejoin?

    Does that sound fair to everyone?

    Everybody happy?

    Good.
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    The established norm for a referendum is once every 40 years approx. (Best of luck with that, Mrs Krankie).
    I'd be happier with that...
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    You two sound desperate. When you leave on the terms that were promised by the Leave campaign, let us know.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    How about a second referendum 10 years after we've left the EU to see if we want to rejoin?

    Does that sound fair to everyone?

    Everybody happy?

    Good.
    Why would we want/need a 2nd ref, 10 years after we've left, if the UK is going to have all the positives that you lot were sold?

    If Brexit is as chaotic, disruptive and as big a negative impact to the UK as anticipated, the UK people will vote in a party that will reverse the 2016 ref well before 10 years have passed. We won't need another ref, the GE will be enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    Why would we want/need a 2nd ref, 10 years after we've left, if the UK is going to have all the positives that you lot were sold?

    If Brexit is as chaotic, disruptive and as big a negative impact to the UK as anticipated, the UK people will vote in a party that will reverse the 2016 ref well before 10 years have passed. We won't need another ref, the GE will be enough.

    Enjoy
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    We only want 52% of the population to starve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    We only want 52% of the population to starve
    It's presumably around 42% now some of the selfish old farts have died off naturally. Balanced by a new generation of brainwashed gullible kids, who believe they can work anywhere in Europe, despite not speaking the local language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    How about a second referendum 10 years after we've left the EU to see if we want to rejoin?

    Does that sound fair to everyone?

    Everybody happy?

    Good.
    How about a second referendum on banning AtW? He survived the first in 2006 in favour of booting out AndyW. I reckon this time he is a gonna.

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    That way we can join the euro - so much win
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    Nope, no second referendum. The UK electorate have voted and now the will of the people must be done regardless of the outcome.
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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