It’s a fine speech, but you’ve provided zero evidence of either the impacts of the downsides or the benefits of the upsides contained in this group of soundbites.Darlo_Pete wrote:Granted it will be tough in the short term, but in the medium to long term, the country will flourish. Europe will still want to trade with us, but we will now have the opportunity to do trade deals with numerous other countries. The prophets of doom if we leave in a hard brexit are vastly overstated. Make no mistake I wanted to remain in the EU when the referendum was held, but I believe in democracy and so we need to leave. If the referendum had voted to remain, how do you think the people that voted to remain would feel if the out campaign was asking for another vote, they'd be dead against it saying the people had already voted to remain. So deal with it like I've had to do and embrace change, you might be pleasantly surprised at the outcome.
Democracy is a continuous process, otherwise it would be a dictatorship. No-one can be bound by a political decision made yesterday, never mind 3 years ago - that’s the benefit of a true democratic country and society - the ability to disagree with a decision and to attempt change by all legal methods.
Even Farage said it would be “unfinished business” on a close 2016 vote.
And you don’t need to feel obliged to have any allegiance to a vote obtained using fraudulent and illegal methods - that’s the very antithesis of democracy
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