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    #11
    Originally posted by Bean View Post
    Guess I'll say it again;

    What is Hard Brexit? - UK in a changing EuropeUK in a changing Europe

    Pre-Ref Govmt Pamphlet: Vote leave means leaving the SM + CU (Sent to every voting household in the UK)
    Referendum: 52% voted Leave (SM + CU) (17+ million votes)
    T May: No deal is better than a bad deal (Parliament & repeated on national news programs)
    Gen Election: The 'Big 2' parties stood for Leaving and were voted in (26+ Million votes)

    Soooooo, they/we did actually vote for it.

    Inneresting

    You left out the:
    Invoke Article 50 the day after the referendum (DC)
    Don Khaki and pick up a rifle (NF)
    Leave by 29th March (TM)
    And now a prime minister who was voted for by <100,000 people.
    I'm perfect, in a very specific and limited way.
    Hands... out infractions
    Face... the music
    Space... between the ears

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      #12
      Originally posted by Bean View Post
      Guess I'll say it again;

      What is Hard Brexit? - UK in a changing EuropeUK in a changing Europe

      Pre-Ref Govmt Pamphlet: Vote leave means leaving the SM + CU (Sent to every voting household in the UK)
      Referendum: 52% voted Leave (SM + CU) (17+ million votes)
      T May: No deal is better than a bad deal (Parliament & repeated on national news programs)
      Gen Election: The 'Big 2' parties stood for Leaving and were voted in (26+ Million votes)

      Soooooo, they/we did actually vote for it.
      The only reason I didn’t respond the first time was because you clearly don’t understand the difference between Hard Brexit and No Deal.

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