There was a vote, its done.
What should happen now is ALL sides of politics get involved and get the best deal possible with the collective intelligence (or lack of) in parliament. If it gets messed up it will affect all of us and whatever bunch of retards are running the country will have to clean up the mess so its in their interest as well.
This will be the biggest thing in a generation and needs to be dealt with correctly.
Oh, mate. I'm not in the least irritated, tickled that the throbber thinks I read his verbosity, so his only way of going 'look, I'm here, reading your posts'. It's a sad indictment of care in the community.
Oh, who's sock are you? There are so many fractured minds on here, it's hard to keep up sometimes.
If the younger generation had been bothered to get off their arrses & vote, the outcome may have been different.
As it was, IIRC, the voting period was extended to allow the younger generation to vote. Presumably because coward Cameron hoped they'd vote to remain.
Did 'the country' have the opportunity to scrutinise the treaties that tied us to closer political union and subservience to the EU? We joined a handfull of countries called 'the common market' and railroaded into subsubing all 27 without ever consulting the voting public. The only political voice even prepared to address this for 40 years was UKIP.
I don't think the Remainers realise what they're kicking off there. If the UK decides to ditch leaving the EU, it'll have to re-apply for membership. That'll mean adopting the euro, for one thing, but any membership will be under far worse conditions than before. And anyway, who'd want to be a part of such an authoritarian, anti-democratic outfit ruled over by unelected autocrats who're in bed with the big banks.
You billybull$hitter. You were the biggest pro Europe campaigner on here a year or two back. I remember because I was arguing with you on here about it and how low wages were wrecking the industry. Change your tune did we?