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United Kingdom might not exist in a decade, half of UK citizens think - poll


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2 hours ago, RuamRudy said:

If he stirs it well enough, a chef doesn't need to consume the entire pot of soup to know how it tastes.

No but the chef wont know if its burnt at the bottom of the pot unless he does actually eat the entire pot.

 

These polls are always next to useless.

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What utter rubbish. Poll, poll and or poll.  What is the 4th Reich going to march in with its EU army?    Thank god for BREXIT and the people waking up. People are no longer dreaming th

If he stirs it well enough, a chef doesn't need to consume the entire pot of soup to know how it tastes.

What is it that so many find sacrosanct about the UK? It doesn't work well for anybody within it, whether they be English, Welsh, Scottish or Northern Irish. I believe that its dissolution would bette

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2 hours ago, RuamRudy said:

If he stirs it well enough, a chef doesn't need to consume the entire pot of soup to know how it tastes.

 

1 hour ago, sirineou said:

Excellent reply, I must remember that one.:clap2:

Me too.
Lapidary formula to explain polls.

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27 minutes ago, melvinmelvin said:

 

no

EU will be same same, UK is not part of Europe, Brits only go there (Europe) for holiday ....

 

 

             Tourist Visa reqd ? ..

 

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11 hours ago, Caledonia Boy said:

Things have changed dramatically since 5 years ago. Wouldn't you agree?

Hence my comment...why not have a referendum every two years or even every year as things can change dramatically in a short period of time..but we all know its just not logical to do that. In fact why can't the English have a referendum to see if they still want to allow Scotland in the UK...its all a one way street with devolution

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12 hours ago, beautifulthailand99 said:

I'm for a two step referendum - one to determine whether you want to leave and the second once the details are known and fully costed at the time the people again have the final say. I don't believe the SNP currently has this as their policy. 

And if the result is not the one that one wants, why, it was only advisory!

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13 hours ago, RuamRudy said:

If he stirs it well enough, a chef doesn't need to consume the entire pot of soup to know how it tastes.

But the people who have to eat it might wish he had tasted it more often.

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Whatever happens it's hardly going to make much difference. It's not 'united' as it is regardless of any Brexit referendum.

 

It's quite an achievement to hear English spoken especially in large parts of London and other cities. It's hard to unite with people when you have nothing in common with them.

 

Few of them know what the poppy signifies let alone do they have a clue why a tiny minority of us wear one every November.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, baansgr said:

Hence my comment...why not have a referendum every two years or even every year as things can change dramatically in a short period of time..but we all know its just not logical to do that. In fact why can't the English have a referendum to see if they still want to allow Scotland in the UK...its all a one way street with devolution

There's a Welsh Assembly, a Scottish Assembly and a Northern Irish Assembly.

 

Yet there's no English Assembly.

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