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vinny41

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  1. prorogue Parliament is an option - ie pack up and start again in another session
  2. Meanwhile solicitor general, Robert Buckland says Parliament night have to prorogue - ie pack up and start again in another session https://twitter.com/bbclaurak/status...74014988804097
  3. Every Leave constituency where the MP voted Remain More than 400 MPs were at odds with their constituencies over Brexit by backing Remain in an area that voted to leave – although most have now said that they will support the Brexit process.https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/every-leave-constituency-with-a-remain-mp/
  4. Incorrect According to Chris Hanretty of the University of East Anglia, who calculated the Brexit vote by constituency, North East Somerset was 52.1% Leave 47.9% Remain. I notice some people are confusing the constituency with the local authority.
  5. I think Tim will be offering you a free beer for everytime you mention his company on this forum Costs, especially labour, increased by about £33million However, revenue rose 7.1 per cent to £889.6million and like-for-like sales were up 6.3 per cent in the period in terms of current trading, in the six weeks to March 10, like-for-like sales increased by 9.6 per cent and total revenue jumped 10.9 per cent, helped by good weather and favourable comparables.
  6. The key phrase is this ""I'm not putting it on the agenda, I don't want a second referendum - I want to win this one," he said.
  7. Speaking to the BBC, Mr Farage denied that his suggestion he would fight for a second referendum would further stoke tensions in the Leave campaign. "I'm not putting it on the agenda, I don't want a second referendum - I want to win this one," he said. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36306681
  8. And I take it you know the difference between wants and demands Clearly you original post was a fake post
  9. Can you please provide a link where it states he demands a second referendum if the first one was a close call or is this a Fake Post
  10. There is a huge difference between non-eu immigration(Controlled by visas numbers) and EU immigration(uncontrolled)
  11. It will make no difference its unlikely that a leave voter will support a known remainer MP if there are Leave MP replacements
  12. If the Tory remainers in Leave voting areas are removed at the next General Election and replaced with new leaving candidates there will be no split Brexit Barometer shows ten point lead for Conservatives https://www.kantar.com/public/our-thinking/latest/brexit-barometer-march According to these estimates, around 75% of constituencies that were won by the Conservatives in the 2017 general election voted to Leave, while around 61% of Labour constituencies voted to Leave.13 Jul 2018 https://fullfact.org/europe/did-majority-conservative-and-labour-constituencies-vote-leave-eu-referendum/
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