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Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
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The polls show if Johnson delivers brexit by 31st oct he will win a clear majority maybe as many as 140 seats if not delivered then brexit party takes over and likely a hung parliament with potentially a Corbyn minority government

That's why they are stopping an election the real reason.


The majority of polls also say that remain has a majority now, should there be a referendum on the negotiated deal vs remain then?


Why not ? Then we can have another vote after that have the best of three


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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
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The polls show if Johnson delivers brexit by 31st oct he will win a clear majority maybe as many as 140 seats if not delivered then brexit party takes over and likely a hung parliament with potentially a Corbyn minority government

That's why they are stopping an election the real reason.


The majority of polls also say that remain has a majority now, should there be a referendum on the negotiated deal vs remain then?


Why not ? Then we can have another vote after that have the best of three


So voting on a final deal because your MPs cannot decide is the same as the first referendum question? I think Brexiters are rather afraid to lose the unexpected win.

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I don't speak for the Britain but I live in Britain

My feeling every day is the British people are sick of brexit whether they voted leave or remain. I simply don't think the public have the will or the energy to spend the next 12 months on a second referendum a referendum that would cause even more division

Industry is also begging for certainty they don't care whether we get a deal or not they just want to know what's happening to plan

Never say never but a second referendum does not look likely at the moment and if it did occur it would have a low turnout due to brexit fatigue and many who would simply say voting is a waste of time because if we give the wrong answer to the establishment it will be ignored

And let's say following a small turn out we vote marginally to remain this time does anyone seriously think that would be accepted by the public ?


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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
I don't speak for the Britain but I live in Britain

My feeling every day is the British people are sick of brexit whether they voted leave or remain. I simply don't think the public have the will or the energy to spend the next 12 months on a second referendum a referendum that would cause even more division

Industry is also begging for certainty they don't care whether we get a deal or not they just want to know what's happening to plan

Never say never but a second referendum does not look likely at the moment and if it did occur it would have a low turnout due to brexit fatigue and many who would simply say voting is a waste of time because if we give the wrong answer to the establishment it will be ignored

And let's say following a small turn out we vote marginally to remain this time does anyone seriously think that would be accepted by the public ?


Really, I though industry/business want to avoid a no deal at any cost, but I might be mistaken as I get British news from Sky mainly

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Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
I don't speak for the Britain but I live in Britain

My feeling every day is the British people are sick of brexit whether they voted leave or remain. I simply don't think the public have the will or the energy to spend the next 12 months on a second referendum a referendum that would cause even more division

Industry is also begging for certainty they don't care whether we get a deal or not they just want to know what's happening to plan

Never say never but a second referendum does not look likely at the moment and if it did occur it would have a low turnout due to brexit fatigue and many who would simply say voting is a waste of time because if we give the wrong answer to the establishment it will be ignored

And let's say following a small turn out we vote marginally to remain this time does anyone seriously think that would be accepted by the public ?


Really, I though industry/business want to avoid a no deal at any cost, but I might be mistaken as I get British news from Sky mainly


You are mistaken business needs to plan whatever the circumstances good or bad what they cannot deal with is not knowing


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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
I don't speak for the Britain but I live in Britain

My feeling every day is the British people are sick of brexit whether they voted leave or remain. I simply don't think the public have the will or the energy to spend the next 12 months on a second referendum a referendum that would cause even more division

Industry is also begging for certainty they don't care whether we get a deal or not they just want to know what's happening to plan

Never say never but a second referendum does not look likely at the moment and if it did occur it would have a low turnout due to brexit fatigue and many who would simply say voting is a waste of time because if we give the wrong answer to the establishment it will be ignored

And let's say following a small turn out we vote marginally to remain this time does anyone seriously think that would be accepted by the public ?


Really, I though industry/business want to avoid a no deal at any cost, but I might be mistaken as I get British news from Sky mainly


You are mistaken business needs to plan whatever the circumstances good or bad what they cannot deal with is not knowing


Don't think any business want bad circumstances, the bad uncertainly is mainly because of expecting the worst. If the uncertainty is about things getting better, then there are no issues. Let's say it was the reverse and a particular country was negotiating to get in the EU, then despite the uncertainty the feeling would be better

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You are assuming bad circumstances is leaving the EU

The rest of the world seems to manage and I don't accept leaving the EU is bad and neither do the majority of British voters when they were asked


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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
You are assuming bad circumstances is leaving the EU

The rest of the world seems to manage and I don't accept leaving the EU is bad and neither do the majority of British voters when they were asked


Great, I wonder why you are still in then

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Originally Posted By EnergisedReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
I don't speak for the Britain but I live in Britain

My feeling every day is the British people are sick of brexit whether they voted leave or remain. I simply don't think the public have the will or the energy to spend the next 12 months on a second referendum a referendum that would cause even more division

Industry is also begging for certainty they don't care whether we get a deal or not they just want to know what's happening to plan

Never say never but a second referendum does not look likely at the moment and if it did occur it would have a low turnout due to brexit fatigue and many who would simply say voting is a waste of time because if we give the wrong answer to the establishment it will be ignored

And let's say following a small turn out we vote marginally to remain this time does anyone seriously think that would be accepted by the public ?


Really, I though industry/business want to avoid a no deal at any cost, but I might be mistaken as I get British news from Sky mainly


You are absolutely correct. People living in the real world, particularly those in business, know how catastrophic a No Deal Brexit is going to be.

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business is not some homogenous group who all think the same thing. Its a massive variety of opinions and needs for some no deal would be a disaster for some a great opportunity for 90% of UK business it would have no impact at all as most businesses trade internally or with countries outside the EU. However all businesses need certainty and to plan ahead


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