Brexit: How would you vote today?

How would you vote today?

  • Leave

    Votes: 27 81.8%
  • Remain

    Votes: 6 18.2%

  • Total voters
    33
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#1
After May's move to call early elections and the results without majority, Brexit could be aborted and Germany's finance minister Scheauble has said the EU is ready to have the UK back. I think it would be a breach of the people's vote in the referendum but politicians will claim that if May has lost the elections it means people don't want Brexit anymore. To know if that is true, here's a poll. How would you vote today in a referendum?
 
#5
I think May did it on purpouse. They delayed Brexit as long as possible, then they called for early elections hoping to lose majority so that they have now the excuse to not complete Brexit.
 
#6
I think May did it on purpouse. They delayed Brexit as long as possible, then they called for early elections hoping to lose majority so that they have now the excuse to not complete Brexit.
The UK is on its way out, get used to it. May will have to actively stop Brexit or Britain will silently slip out of the EU in March 2019. So, make a deal and get on with it. Article 50 is a clock and that clock is ticking, she shouldn't delay the negotations. That would be really irresponsible.
 
#7
The UK is on its way out, get used to it. May will have to actively stop Brexit or Britain will silently slip out of the EU in March 2019. So, make a deal and get on with it. Article 50 is a clock and that clock is ticking, she shouldn't delay the negotations. That would be really irresponsible.
They've been delaying it for a year now. When you delay something continuosly it means you have no intention to do it and wait for something that gives you the excuse to abort it. They now have the excuse of not having the majority in the parliament
 
#10
Are you nine years old? My sister's kids have more patience and grasp of reality than you do.
 
#11
I think the delay was caused because DC did not have a plan if Leave won, nothing, zip, zero.
It took 9 months to sort out all the planning, sort out all the UK legal stuff and let the dust settles.

Had DC made plans prior to the vote, article 50 would have been triggered the next day.

However, I have friends in Germany who think the UK will fudge it and not leave and others that are happy to see the UK leave.
In about 20 years we will find out the truth.
 
#12
I always thought the referendum was too early and should have been left a few more years. However, I voted leave then and I'd vote leave now.

I'm not going to pretend the constant negative assault on our future prospects hasn't been wearing but my resolve is firm. However, all those morons who say the 350m thing was their reason for voting leave might have changed their mind. We need a counter-lobbying campaign to remind everyone what is at stake. The leave campaign ended the day after the referendum (realistically) but the remainers have never stopped. Their arguments are defeatist but still largely valid. Are people forgetting what the argument for leave was?
 

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#13
After May's move to call early elections and the results without majority, Brexit could be aborted and Germany's finance minister Scheauble has said the EU is ready to have the UK back. I think it would be a breach of the people's vote in the referendum but politicians will claim that if May has lost the elections it means people don't want Brexit anymore. To know if that is true, here's a poll. How would you vote today in a referendum?
Calling you a stupid **** would be an insult to stupid *****. You bendy brained, utter shit-wit.
 
#18
Are you nine years old? My sister's kids have more patience and grasp of reality than you do.
Too much patience is not good. They lost time and this let someone go to the court and force the need of a parliament vote. Why? Then early elections, no majority anymore. Brexit is not guaranteed now
 
#19
Too much patience is not good. They lost time and this let someone go to the court and force the need of a parliament vote. Why? Then early elections, no majority anymore. Brexit is not guaranteed now
Yes it is. Yet more and more tedious posts on the same thing are also guaranteed. More's the pity.
 
#20
Yes it is. Yet more and more tedious posts on the same thing are also guaranteed. More's the pity.
Then why Germany is talking about a non Brexit? Why there is no majority in parliament? All these problems are caused by the delay, if they called article 50 the next day of the referendum Brexit would be already a fact
 
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