What happens if the government loses a Brexit-related HoC vote?

the remainers are just pointing out inconvenient things like facts.
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And replaced by others who fill their places.
not really people don't become leavers when they pass 50
 
the remainers are just pointing out inconvenient things like facts.
the

not really people don't become leavers when they pass 50
People aren't automatically remainers when under 50 either. I know plenty of coffin dodgers who voted remain and under 50's who voted leave.
It's a bit too simplistic to keep banging the "old people are leavers and will soon be dead" drum.
But if it makes you feel better go ahead, the referendum vote still stands.
 
I'm now starting to meet people who voted Remain from the 'do nothing - status quo is safer' position, who would now vote leave if there was a rehash - purely because where they had no interest in the EU before, its actions towards Britain in the last couple of years have revealed itself for what it really is. A bullying federalist byzantine pus blister.

Personally I assessed that if Remain arguments could convince me I'd lose 20% of my take home money, I would grit my teeth and vote remain. They failed.
 

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