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Old 12th October 2017, 19:51   #7201 (permalink)
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Old 15th October 2017, 09:04   #7202 (permalink)
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What the grim reality of a ‘bad-tempered’ Brexit means

A little over a year ago, David Davis was confident that Brexit Britain would soon strike new trade deals across the world. They could be negotiated and agreed without the difficulties and delays of which Remainers warned. All parts of the global trade jigsaw would fall quickly and neatly into place. “So be under no doubt,” the Brexit secretary wrote in an article for the ConservativeHome website in July 2016, “we can do deals with our trading partners, and we can do them quickly... I would expect that the negotiation phase of most of them to be concluded within between 12 and 24 months. Trade deals with the US and China alone will give us a trade area almost twice the size of the EU, and of course we will also be seeking deals with Hong Kong, Canada, Australia, India, Japan, the UAE, Indonesia – and many others.”...

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I read a very interesting article , it postulated that life in the UK was such crap for so many that they were prepared to take a chance on " it cannot get any worse for me " if we leave the EU , so it is worth a chance .

It was noted that the high unemployment areas of the UK voted for leave with the highest out vote .

The second highest demographic was voting for leave was oap's ( i am one , but voted stay ) it seems that a lot of oaps' on basic state pensions are feeling very deprived , if it is true that these folk feel let down , why would they blame the EU and not their own government ?

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Brexit poll shows rising number of people regret UK decision to leave EU

It would appear people are starting to realize the enormity of that referendum..
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Brexit poll shows rising number of people regret UK decision to leave EU

It would appear people are starting to realize the enormity of that referendum..
I think this must be the Poll your link is referring to sgreat; A sample of 1,680 people were asked a series of 'one answer questions', what % is that of the 35 million who actually voted......

https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.ne...I_Trackers.pdf

Brexit YouGov Opinion Poll Shows Increasing Numbers Regret Decision To Leave EU | HuffPost UK

They obviously didn't ask Bo-Jo's dad or even Michael Portillo, they have both 'changed their minds' & are now firm Brexiteers..... amongst others

I was listening to a debate recently & one young lady made (imo) a Very relevant observation about the 'Adversarial' politics being played by some; She thinks it's a mistake for any party to try to pit the young against the old to win support. She doesn't want to gain from her parents/grandparents being punished financially. I think many youngsters feel the same especially as parents & grandparents are now often the only way our youths have of getting any kind of decent start in life.

One could be forgiven for thinking that the older generation haven't themselves supported the education, health & housing needs of our society during their working lives, many continue to do so through the taxes they still have to pay after retirement.... All this along with paying off the humongous debts that WW1 & 11 cost us........

WTF are they actually using all our Taxed Money for now-a-days???
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Polititians pensions, subsidised food and drink, MPs expenses , stupid plans that cost 100% more than they should, bad hospital management - refuse collections , renovating the houses of parliament and buck house, the royal family, etc etc
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Do Brexiters regret?

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Brussels trip by PM fails to unblock stalemate as both sides harden stance

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Its going to be great.

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/no-deal-br...064100371.html

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