Brexit once again,.

Started by alfred, July 08, 2022, 07:43:34 AM

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alfred

No sooner than Boris is almost thrown out of downing street it seems his replacement could be someone who as prime minster  will decide as to whether or not we will rejoin Europe, as originally  the referendum was all for leaving Europe, now some members of parliament want Boris's  replacement to be a rejoinder and reverse Brexit, altogether,
taking us back into Europe, once again ,.?

if that is the case and we end up going back under  European rule it will be against the wishes of the people of the u.k who wanted  self rule, without the interference of the E.U  meddling in the u.k affairs ,
i think many people will stop voting altogether ,

Q; what are your thoughts ,should there be a another referendum if so how will you vote,

 

Scrumpy


I don't think the people will allow that to happen.. 
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Michael Rolls

how will they prevent it? We joined without a referendum - could happen again
Mike
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Diasi

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Quote from: alfred on July 08, 2022, 07:43:34 AMNo sooner than Boris is almost thrown out of downing street it seems his replacement could be someone who as prime minster  will decide as to whether or not we will rejoin Europe, as originally  the referendum was all for leaving Europe, now some members of parliament want Boris's  replacement to be a rejoinder and reverse Brexit, altogether,
taking us back into Europe, once again ,.?

if that is the case and we end up going back under  European rule it will be against the wishes of the people of the u.k who wanted  self rule, without the interference of the E.U  meddling in the u.k affairs ,
i think many people will stop voting altogether ,

Q; what are your thoughts ,should there be a another referendum if so how will you vote,
 

This is the exact reason why they've got rid of Boris Johnson by using wallpaper & staff, who'd already been in the same room for 5 hours, going into the garden to have a drink during lockdown etc, to stir up a relentless media storm.

The Tory Remainers had to back Boris Johnson in 2019 because the only thing more important to them than their Remain ideology was keeping their jobs.

Once Boris Johnson gave them a thumping majority & secured their jobs for the next 5 years they could then plan on how to get rid of him & reverse Brexit.

The only reason I remain a Tory is that no matter how bad the party is, past experience tells me that a Labour Government will always be worse.
Make every day count, each day is precious.
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Michael Rolls

Thank you for the days, the days you gave me
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Diasi

The only politicians that are worth anything are Nigel Farage & the other MEPs who campaigned for the UK to leave the EU, in the full knowledge that they were kissing a huge gravy train goodbye.
Make every day count, each day is precious.
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal".  (Cassandra)

Jacqueline

I could never trust a remainer to be PM, if we get one we are all doomed (well I know we are already).

Scrumpy


The people would be up in arms.. There would be many protest marches.. and it would get ugly..
   People don't accept things as easily as they did.. way back..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

klondike

It's true that we were taken in with no referendum but we had one on staying in in 1973. I think only Phil out of the entire population voted against that because back then it seemed to be what it claimed - a trading block. There were creepy creepy no makey noise changes that ended up with the Maastricht Treaty when the true intentions became clear for all to see. Major agreed that without any public vote on the matter. Places where there was a vote had to vote until they gave the required answer.

If we go back in other than by the back door it will be up to the millennials to decide. Rightly so as they are the ones who will have to live with their decision. I think I'm past any rioting and stringing politicians up from the lampposts now but it doesn't mean I wouldn't like to sometimes.

It's good to moan.

Cassandra

Do Generation Z and Millenials vote or indeed have any interest majoratively in anything beyond Tic Toc, Instagram and 'Love Island' updates?

If Johnson had remained, like millions I would not have voted again and Starmer and others might have gained entry to number 10 by default.

Now he and his Green rubbish has nearly gone, I'll reconsider for the next two plus years. However any persistence with this cretinous social treacle and again I'll recede into abstention.
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klondike

Quote from: Cassandra on July 08, 2022, 05:09:16 PMDo Generation Z and Millenials vote or indeed have any interest majoratively in anything beyond Tic Toc, Instagram and 'Love Island' updates?
Probably not but if they allow slimy politicians to take us back into the EU and the EU decides that all those strange social media things which the young are addicted to need strict controls if not outright bans and Love Island must be censored for the greater good then they will only have themselves to blame. If we do go back in I hope it is after I have been laid to rest.

It's good to moan.