Leavers changing their mind en masse?
#1
The other day I said I knew of 4 people who voted out who wish they hadn’t. Today, my neighbour, a guy in his mid 40s told me his father and his father in law, both believe that they were sold a pack of lies and wish we could have another referendum. 
So that is six people I know of in my little world.
I really can’t help but believe that if the referendum was today we’d stop in fairly comfortably.
I doubt any of us could have envisaged the madness we’ve seen.
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#2
That's exactly why they don’t want another referendum. Should have had it 2 years ago when the lies became clear.
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#3
No doubt Saus will be on to spout some shit about project fear and the cunt Corbyn some time soon.
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#4
i voted leave and would do again.

i do think though if another referendum was held then remain would win.

only issue would be that remain wouldnt win by a big enough percentage to settle the argument.

can of worms has been opened and really cant see anyway forward that settles it once and for all
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#5
I doubt there will be many, choice-supportive bias is very powerful and the ability to admit to having made an incorrect decision is extremely rare.
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#6
I suspect there will be a lot of 'I won't be voting, my vote didn't count last time' comments from leavers so that they can harp on about democracy being dead (despite not voting themselves) for the next 40 years.

I've already heard it from one.
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(09-07-2019, 09:00 PM)Solihull Throstle Wrote: No doubt Saus will be on to spout some shit about project fear and the cunt Corbyn some time soon.

The BBC are doing a good enough job stirring up Project Fear without my need to comment. Oh, and Corbyn is a cnut, demanding an election for 18 months then Boris offers him one and he runs away scared with his tail between his legs whimpering and whining, the Cnut.

Face facts, if it wasn't for moaning meddling remoaners with their own ulterior motives and agendas, we wouldn't be in this mess.

Oh and here's a guide for you if you're not ready to leave yet: Get ready for Brexit
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#8
(09-09-2019, 10:32 AM)SausEggBaton Wrote:
(09-07-2019, 09:00 PM)Solihull Throstle Wrote: No doubt Saus will be on to spout some shit about project fear and the cunt Corbyn some time soon.

The BBC are doing a good enough job stirring up Project Fear without my need to comment. Oh, and Corbyn is a cnut, demanding an election for 18 months then Boris offers him one and he runs away scared with his tail between his legs whimpering and whining, the Cnut.

Face facts, if it wasn't for moaning meddling remoaners with their own ulterior motives and agendas, we wouldn't be in this mess.

Oh and here's a guide for you if you're not ready to leave yet: Get ready for Brexit

The BBC is craven in the face of Brexiteers, so stuff that tired, tired cliche.

The offer from Boris has been done to death on here.  Labour will co-operate when the neo-deal is ditched.  Get with "the programme" (that's the English spelling; Trump isn't controlling the UK yet, despite the best efforts to offer him the UK).
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#9
(09-08-2019, 01:00 PM)baggy1 Wrote: I suspect there will be a lot of 'I won't be voting, my vote didn't count last time' comments from leavers so that they can harp on about democracy being dead (despite not voting themselves) for the next 40 years.

I've already heard it from one.

You only suspect!, Jesus you must be extra stupid if it isn't obvious to you that a great deal won't vote after this shambles.
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#10
(09-09-2019, 10:32 AM)SausEggBaton Wrote: The BBC are doing a good enough job stirring up Project Fear without my need to comment. Oh, and Corbyn is a cnut, demanding an election for 18 months then Boris offers him one and he runs away scared with his tail between his legs whimpering and whining, the Cnut.

Face facts, if it wasn't for moaning meddling remoaners with their own ulterior motives and agendas, we wouldn't be in this mess.

Oh and here's a guide for you if you're not ready to leave yet: Get ready for Brexit

Three years, three months and counting since Leavers got the answer they were hoping for, and still no delivery. Three years and three months to negotiate precisely nothing and you're reduced to blaming the BBC, 'remoaners' (FFS!) and - most laughable of all - Corbyn, the most ineffective leader of the opposition since - well, Iain Duncan Smith probably. 

The day after the referendum Cameron resigns; 'Leave' have the opportunity to get their own man/woman in place and can't even get that over the line because they spend the campaign knifing each other, handing May a coronation. David Davis - a man with a lifelong anti-EU agenda - gets what you would imagine to be his dream job and, after more than two years of achieving nothing, walks away. Then comes Raab - shorter stint, similarly effective. And now there's some bloke in a suit with neat hair...

And you think it's the BBC's doing...
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