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    I'm wondering how many of you voted for brexit and would you change your mind if you had the chance ? . I didn't vote and I still wouldn't be sure if I would choose leave or remain if we had another chance

    #2
    I did - and I would 100% not change my vote.
    Unshackled by the chains of idle vanity, A modest manatee, that's me

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      #3
      Same here. In the last 2 weeks I have had one set of Poles return home and now a French/Italian pair go saying they can't afford to live here anymore.



      Freedom at the point of zero............

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        #4
        Search for Jonathan Pie on BBC iPlayer and watch his programme. His piece about voters (and non-voters) in the referendum is very funny. And very true. As is the rest of his routine.

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          #5
          I sticking to lets leave 100%

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            #6
            Since a hard brexit may come without any agreement reached with EU, we should be ready to deal with any problems arising from the break-up.
            If you are renewing your buildings insurance, renew it through a UK regulated insurer. An EU based insurer may not be able to settle claims made by claimants residing outside the EU.

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              #7
              Mobile roaming if there is a hard brexit may be capped at £45 per month . Still to much :

              https://www.gov.uk/government/public...no-brexit-deal

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                #8
                voted to leave, and still want my vote to be respected. I would take the no deal and plan for that, any offers or deals after that is a bonus and gives more time and funds to sort the other issues out. But what do I know?

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                  #9
                  I agree totally topshelf no deal is certainly the right way to go! Not having "no deal"as a valid option from the beginning has weakened us totally in negotiations. I fear that everything will be done by the majority Remainer parliament to prevent "no deal" however - the next move will be to try and extend the end March deadline...
                  Unshackled by the chains of idle vanity, A modest manatee, that's me

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                    #10
                    As the manifesto was advisory, everyone's vote has been respected.

                    What's emerged is that the best deal possible isn't good enough (for different reasons for different people) and leaving with no deal is going to be damaging to the nation- which no government can allow and if they try, parliament will stop it.
                    Which is one of the things parliament is there for - and we voted for parliament too.

                    So we either need to work out what type of deal would be acceptable (but late, in my view, but there you go) or we remain.
                    So this government needs to rethink, or we have a general election or another referendum
                    So the deadline needs to be extended whatever happens.
                    When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
                    Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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                      #11
                      Prime Sinister May, signed a U.N. declaration in Morocco last month to "Assist" migrants to come to the U.K.: Estimates are 59 MILLION can FREELY come to Europe, and that we MUST ACCEPT THEM.
                      And this has nothing to do with Brexit.
                      This means that even if we get a no deal, we will still be swamped with illiterate fighting aged men, who come for free welfare, housing and medication.

                      If you invite the third world here, you become the third world.



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                        #12
                        Oh dear the old "advisory" line again! Good old Mr Cameron's "whatever you decide we will implement" etc. Obviously disagree that No Deal will be damaging to the nation (and before anyone asks career in international trade/export, speak 2 euro languages and lived in 2 euro countries etc etc) Anyway life is too short for old arguments otherwise is is New Year Same Stuff - Happy New Year everyone!
                        Unshackled by the chains of idle vanity, A modest manatee, that's me

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                          #13
                          I voted to leave and have seen nothing to change my mind. I would actually prefer a no-deal Brexit, I can't see that the vote can be honoured in any other way.

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                            #14
                            I was going to stay off this Brexit thread, but since most of those who have replied so far have indicated that they support leaving the EU, I'm curious...

                            How do you think the country will benefit from leaving the EU?
                            And how do you think that you, or your family, will personally benefit?

                            I see very little to be gained (if anything) and so far no 'Brexiter' has given me any answer that seems to be a genuine benefit and seems to have any real chance of actually being realised.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Macromia View Post
                              I was going to stay off this Brexit thread, but since most of those who have replied so far have indicated that they support leaving the EU, I'm curious...

                              How do you think the country will benefit from leaving the EU?
                              And how do you think that you, or your family, will personally benefit?

                              I see very little to be gained (if anything) and so far no 'Brexiter' has given me any answer that seems to be a genuine benefit and seems to have any real chance of actually being realised.
                              Just because any benefit is compromised by Remoaners, does that mean we should give up?

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                                jpkeates
                                That's great.

                                Still no meaningful and definitive list of the proposed benefits anywhere.
                                Even if only so that in, say, a decade, we can check to see if they've been achieved.

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                                islandgirl
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                                Macromia
                                Far from it.
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                                jpkeates
                                But Argentina didn't go bankrupt in the sense that a company did.
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                                ram


                                Sorry, you are wrong.
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