Brexit

Brexit

  • Yes

    Votes: 7 14.6%
  • No

    Votes: 41 85.4%

  • Total voters
    48

Wise Owl

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Right for the ones who voted Leave, Knowing now what ya didnt know at the vote would you vote to stay ?
 

Wise Owl

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68 and no bodies admitting owt [:D][:D][:D][:D][:D][:D]
 

stibz

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I hope its ok to post this like, Its what I think also about it all. remove link if not allowed
 

tipitinmick

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Plebs like me are screwed choose which way we go. I take it it’s Brexit that’s caused the 19p per litre extra on diesel in the past five months at my local garage ? It’s funny how everything has gone up but, nothing seems to have come down in value. How come they are saying house prices may fall when everything else is going up ? In London perhaps and that’s all that matters isn’t it ?
 

tipitinmick

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Unless you live inside the M25 you’re jiggered. Saying that ..... I wouldn’t live down there for a gold pig.
 

brian carragher

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I voted to stay and would do so again if there ever was another vote so given the terms of reference I never filled in the poll
 

floatfisher44

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It was a very bad deal even when we joined. It still is, Would vote leave at any opportunity.
 

Ken the Pacman

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All this is years too late as we should have had a referendum before we agreed to the Maastricht Treaty which changed to course of the "Common Market" we misguidedly joined originally to the basis of the EEC we are stuck with now which will ultimately collapse.
 

Dave

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Is the vote 'Yes' to continue with Brexit and 'No' to not continue ?
 

Chris Calder

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Is the vote 'Yes' to continue with Brexit and 'No' to not continue ?

Ha ha, this is the way they will screw us if there is another vote.
Way a read this one is it's just for leavers to vote and if you have changed your mind about leaving then vote yes, I'm a leave the EU so I voted NO I haven't changed my mind
 

Dave

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That clears that up then - I've just edited the poll to allow people (ie me) to change their vote if they've misunderstood the question.
Not my fault, I voted brexit so naturally I'm stoopid lol
 

sly

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I voted leave,would do again,and again ect ect
 

dumdum

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Is the vote 'Yes' to continue with Brexit and 'No' to not continue ?
The question is backwards and so some people will vote the wrong way in the poll by virtue of the wording...

The question is now ‘would you vote to stay?’ So my answer is no...
 

sporty

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Was all ways a leaver and the complete melt down of France ,Germany Belgium ect only makes it easier the whole thing is a total abortion being run by corrupt morons .
 

Geoff P

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I was a Do not join in 1975 and a definite Leave now
 

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