In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted?
It was in the Referendum Act - does that count?@Tony Bennett wrote:@ roy rovers Please be so good as to inform us all of the total number of times anyone said, before the referendum, 'Look, this is advisory only', or similar.@roy rovers wrote:Did nobody mention the word 'advisory' to you?
I think the number will be zero, but I shall be most interested if you can even find one. This is a genuine enquiry and challenge: please take as long as you need to find any examples.
Even if you find more than one, I will be able to counter with 10,000 times 10,000 fully referenced quotes such as:
'It's your decision'
'Once in a lifetime decision'
'If you vote to leave, Article 50 will be triggered the next day'
''We will implement what you decide'
'It's your choice'
'Your democratic right to choose'
Did you hear one dissenting voice when this sentence was uttered? They were so out of touch they thought it was 'In the bag.'
Amazing how Parliament is suddenly so important when we have spent the last upteen years bypassing it to ask the EU for instruction.
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I read the act earlier I don't believe I saw it mentioned.@roy rovers wrote:
It was in the Referendum Act - does that count?
So please no nonsense about "advisory".
"If we vote out, that's it"
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On the contrary.@aquila wrote: only don't tell them that before they vote.
We were told...
We were 100% told that it was irreversible.
"can't be undone"
"if we vote out, that's it".
By the Prime Minister on the eve of the vote.
It's rather pathetic what has happened since.
We are in the process of being managed until some game-changing event happens.
And as you can see in the last few day... the game has changed.
Never a truer word.
PM urged to calm the backlash against Brexit ruling
Mr Grieve, the former attorney general, said he was "horrified" at the newspaper coverage, which was reminiscent of Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe.
"The judges did exactly what was asked of them," he told BBC's Newsnight on Friday.
The question is, WHO asked them to do WHAT?
They want transparency... give us transparency.
How were these judges selected and who selected them.
Not 'typo' in sight!
jta: 'Where's a Maddie McCann, 'firewall', press story, when one needs one'? 'We've paid for enough of them, over the years!', lamented Ms T 'Jong Un'.
'Correction'.... HERE is 'one'
Daily Fail, yesterday,
The Daily Mail has an article today, 04/11/2016, covering a new charity campaign "Find Every Child" on behalf of Missing People. "Ms." McCann appeared at the launch of the campaign and indicated she didn't expect Madeleine would still be missing ten years on.
Q: WHAT did 'she'... EXPECT?
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There must be transparency and accountability on Brexit terms. We won't block Article 50 but will fight for a Brexit that works for Britain
He's a liar.
He will block Brexit by saying he "is fighting for a Brexit that works for Britain".
His Brexit still involves open borders, dilution of British nationalty and more immigration.
No "Leaver" is complaining because of that.
Leavers are complaining because they are being stitched up by the remainers.
Boris, Farage etc.
It felt like i had voted for a certain party in an election, who went on to win, however the day after the win, all their major players left and were in some cases replaced by people from the losing party.
Confused ? Yes
Surprised ? No
There is a huge hidden agenda at work . I think its about immigration.
The powers behind the scenes dont want it to slow down.
1. Birth rates amongst white western world falling, people reaching pensionable age rising and living longer ( more pensions to pay out , need more workers to pay tax to fund them)
2 Influx of foreign workers keeps wages low ( very low). Wages at the bottom, bottom - middle level have hardly moved in the last 10- 15 years.
3 Divide and rule.
Ruling class terrified that a full Brexit may cut or halt migrants.
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Liberal Democrat, Labour and SDLP MPs have told the BBC they are prepared to vote against triggering Article 50.
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said his party would oppose it, unless they were promised a second referendum on the UK's Brexit deal with EU leaders.
Tim Farron... ZERO mandate... wasn't even leader at the last election.
No.. this is not democracy... this is a million miles away from democracy.
If he wants a mandate he needs to get his lib dems to resign and restand on the issue.
What's wrong with the first one?@roy rovers wrote:If the result of a second referendum was remain would the people have spoken?
Did we have a second one when we were duped into a common market (and had the true aim hidden)?
In a move that prompted anger from Conservative ministers a coalition of MPs led by Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat leader, said that they now intend to force a vote calling for another referendum of the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU.
Well, they ain't taking much notice of the first referendum result so why waste time and money repeating the process?
It will never happen - they play us like a fiddle and they are the ones on the fiddle.
“ The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made" - Groucho Marx
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They did it to Ireland.
These people are bought and paid for and serve a globalist agenda.
Please someone... it is 144 days since the referendum.... please... tell me one positive move that has been made towards Brexit.
All I see is daily undermining.
Is this the Act of Parliament being referred to as not legitimate - anyone ?
Things aren't always what they seem
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Unemployment keeps on going down, now 1.6 million
Angela Merkel giving way on Free Movement of People
Inflation low and down last month to 0.9%
Growth up more than expected
Exports Up and Up
Stock market up about 15% post-Brexit
"Maddie's Jammies. Where is Maddie?" - Amelie, May 2007 - "Maddie's Jammies. Where is Maddie?"
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Actually something has changed... an increasing number of obstacles have been placed in the way of Brexit.
Perhaps smart business people know Brexit isn't going to be allowed to happen and that is why things look better?
@BlueBag wrote:I never voted for her.
For Lady Hale?
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