LBoris victory

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1973Dude
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LBoris victory

Postby 1973Dude » Fri Dec 13, 2019 3:34 am

We have been through a democratic process and according to the exit polls. The BBC says that we likely to have a Conservative Government with a big majority.

Despite Labour MPs blocking Brexit deal then offering a second referendum (and being heavily punished for it with the biggest beating since 1935), LibDems 'wanting into the EU' (and being pushed further into fourth place), Boris' party has won. 

The country knows what it was voting for with Boris. The MPs on the majority benches all have a clear mandate. Leaving the EU. So I think that is a clear message under this great system we have.

Let us get on and bring this country back together. 




 
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Astolat
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Re: LBoris victory

Postby Astolat » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:13 am

Nah. More people in the country voted for parties offering to remain or second referendum so hardly an endorsement of brexit.

Democracy doesn’t make me a sheep so I’ll not be following you off the cliff waving a union flag thanks.
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Re: LBoris victory

Postby KatherineHepburn » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:56 am

No thank you.
I am still hoping that the EU will be offering an option for individuals to remain a part of the EU as suggested by Guy Verhofstadt in 2016. You want to leave, then go for it. I'd rather stay within thanks.
This election, like Brexit, was won by a whole bunch of dodgy bots and the right wing leaning mainstream media. Looking at the election map London was well aware of that. You don't 'bring a country together' by abusing half of it. 
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Re: LBoris victory

Postby windmill26 » Mon Dec 16, 2019 12:12 pm

Astolat & KatherineHepburn,WELL SAID!!!!
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Re: LBoris victory

Postby FrankJ » Mon Dec 16, 2019 7:21 pm

Well said above. More people voted for parties willing to remain or offer second referendum. Also less people voted conservative last week than people who voted to remain in 2016.
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Re: LBoris victory

Postby catboo1 » Mon Dec 23, 2019 8:08 am

Totally agree with the above posts. More people in the country voted for parties offering to remain or second referendum so hardly an endorsement of brexit. I’m also hoping there will be an option to stay within for those who wish to (as Guy Verhofstadt suggested).
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