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Why am I not surprised that you are the first to react, and with exactly the response I have come to expect from a blindfolded Brexit follower? You don’t care, is what you keep repeating. Others do, a

More Remainer truckers moaning. We don't care because we voted to Leave, not keep the cosy status quo with the fright industry. They had better get all their ducks in a row, rather than constantly moa

Or is Remainer Reuters to blame?    As a European, I love reading all those Brexit failures. It keeps giving and giving. Brexiteers have so much egg on their face by now, they look like a bukka

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2 hours ago, Loiner said:
2 hours ago, nauseus said:

 

Only a remainer would swallow that lot.

Maybe that's what he does every Sunday with his truckers

 Don't assume everyone else shares your pastime.

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1 hour ago, RayC said:

Only if you believe that a country should be governed by referendum.

 

Governments do the governing but not always well, so I see nothing wrong in them asking for the electorate to help with issues of great national importance from time to time.

 

The Swiss do it quite frequently - always runs like clockwork - what's wrong with that.

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1 hour ago, 7by7 said:

 

Yet again we have the Brexiteer self contradiction.

 

You all said at the time that May was a Remainer and her deal was Brexit in name only. 

 

Yet you all also complained then and still complain that Parliament at that time thwarted that deal because they were all Remainers!

 

The opposition parties voted against May's deal because they believed her deal was wrong; but so did you Brexiteers! You all said so; many times!

 

Which is all very confusing.

 

Can clarify it for us? Was May following the will of the people and was thwarted by a Remainer Parliament; or was she sabotaging the will of the people and was thwarted by a Brexit Parliament? It's got to be one or the other!

 

I wont bother quoting or responding to the rest of your post as the only response is to repeat what I have already said above and ask the same question.

 

Not that I expect an answer; Brexiteers always ignore the difficult questions!

 

The opposition parties voted against May's deal because they thought that they wanted a GE.

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40 minutes ago, nauseus said:

 

Governments do the governing but not always well, so I see nothing wrong in them asking for the electorate to help with issues of great national importance from time to time.

 

The Swiss do it quite frequently - always runs like clockwork - what's wrong with that.

And yet you do not want another referendum on either the Brexit deal or Scottish independence.

So the government should only give referendums on issues which you agree with.

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29 minutes ago, RayC said:

I'm well aware how democracy works. If only you understood that the winning side in a democracy has an obligation to govern on behalf of all the population -  not just its supporters - and that part of having a democratic mandate to govern is the burden of accountability and responsibility. Unfortunately, it's a burden that you seem unwilling and/or unable to acknowledge and accept.

But you have no idea how democracy works, you are a remainer and you wanted to deny the referendum result like many other remainers on here. The remainers in parliament were never happy to compromise, they wanted to overturn the 'democratic' will of the country, and through the remainers selfishness and deviousness you could have suceeded, thank the British public for seeing through their underhandedness, the likes of Lammy, Greive and Cable having clandestine meetings with the EU behind the governments back, totally disgracefull and it is tantamount to treason.

But isn't it a great relief to be not having continuous extensions and never ending meaningfull votes, we are well on our way to get what the country voted for 'Ray' and that is 'Democracy'

But I know like another poster on here, you are always correct.

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32 minutes ago, RayC said:

So 'Vogie', only Brexiters can understand - and have sole claim on - democracy? Glad we sorted that out.

 

The remainder (oops!) of your post offers proof - if it were needed - that you take no responsibility or accountability for 'managing' the implementation and effects of an outcome which you support. It's everyone's fault, but the people in charge i.e. your preferred government.

The remainers preferred candidate in last years election has just lost the whip! 🤣

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