I have always thought we would leave.As you are well aware, the possible implementation options for Brexit until December 12th ranged from 'No Brexit' to 'No Deal'. It's impossible to plan on that basis.
I suppose you have your reasons for ignoring the prevailing political circumstances in the UK for the best part of the last four years?
What has changed your position on Brexit, and why?I don't have to "convince" anyone.
I understandably mocked the thick "trator!" types.
I've changed my position on Brexit.
The Q was perfectly reasonable yet my fanbois jumped in PDQ.
A Mod gave a warning, it slowed down.
In fact, your original question is nonsensical. We haven't left yet, we really, really haven't. And no matter how much you wriggle and squirm, many people on Arrse have explained to you the simple facts of life of Brexit, but you continue to plod along your well-worn path of denial.Yeah, I know.
And I've explained and expounded upon the question six or seven times
You're not listening, we get that.
I find it difficult to believe that you read any posts in this thread other than your own.Far too many businesses are moving out of, or reducing their operations in the UK.
But nobody has been able to demonstrate the inflow of businesses to the UK ( etc etc) in anticipation of us leaving.
That's not my point. My point is that there's nothing surprising about the lack of preparation and decision given that for most of the time since the Referendum, large numbers of those responsible for delivering Brexit were doing their best to water it down or reverse it completely.I have always thought we would leave.
I haven't always thought we should.
I'm not crying, dear.And:
the Lib Dems
Brexit was worth it for those reasons alone. Close the thread.