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To Think Remainers Are Starting To Get Really Angry About Brexit?

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KennDodd Tue 12-Mar-19 19:02:31

I can feel the mood among Remainers, both IRL and online changing.

Fridakahlofan Tue 12-Mar-19 19:04:01

I’d say my anger has gradually decreased - I was in shock at the beginning. I’m used to the idea of brexit now but still have hope it won’t happen

DontLookBackIntoTheSun Tue 12-Mar-19 19:04:41

I’ve been really angry since 2016

Figgygal Tue 12-Mar-19 19:06:36

I'm angry that our quality of life and particularly my children's future is being put at risk because of it

Who wouldn't be angry at that??

BIWI Tue 12-Mar-19 19:08:52

Nope. I've been angry since the referendum and I'm just as angry now.

Awwlookatmybabyspider Tue 12-Mar-19 19:09:44

I don't know why as its looking quite likely we won't be leaving now anyway, so It should be the leavers being pissed off and angry.

Alsohuman Tue 12-Mar-19 19:13:20

No longer have the energy for anger. Tired, resigned, pissed off.

Babynut1 Tue 12-Mar-19 19:16:02

I’m scared 😟
I’m worried about how mine and my children’s future is going to affected 😢

BarbarianMum Tue 12-Mar-19 19:20:45

I hope so but I must admit I'm getting the point where I think "fuck it, leave without a deal then and see how you like it".

daffodilbrain Tue 12-Mar-19 19:21:12

Not angry at all. I'm very accepting of the democratic decision. I'm very disappointed at the process, and worried about the exit terms and worried about how it will affect us all financially.

nothingwittyhere Tue 12-Mar-19 19:22:37

Sad in 2016, angry since 2017 and currently murderously incandescent with anti-Brexit rage. Not sure it will ever go away.

rosie1959 Tue 12-Mar-19 19:30:34

Long past angry it was an impossible task in the first place
Just wish Jeremy Corbyn would shut up

BelleSausage Tue 12-Mar-19 19:33:18

Fear has increased. The anger has ebbed. What you are seeing is the ‘meh’ voters suddenly getting as angry as hard line Remainers as it becomes obvious what a shit idea Brexit is.

GhostofFrankGrimes Tue 12-Mar-19 19:35:18

No anger, enjoying watching the Tories destroy themselves.

TheoriginalLEM Tue 12-Mar-19 19:36:16

What infuriates me, as a staunch remainer, is the amount of money that has been squandered on this shit show.

50shadesofbeige Tue 12-Mar-19 19:36:37

I think the general level of anger has increased as people who were neutral/leavers have realised what a monumental fuck up this is.

Jamhandprints Tue 12-Mar-19 19:36:55

I'm angry.

PuntasticUsername Tue 12-Mar-19 19:40:53

I've been this angry for three years solid. It's wearing me out.

CleopatrasMum Tue 12-Mar-19 19:42:50

Furious and have been since June 2016. Like a PP, i am really angry about the phenomenal waste of money that could have been spent on something worthwhile!

BorsetshireBlew Tue 12-Mar-19 19:42:52

What? Of course we are bloody angry. We are 3 weeks away from leaving and we have no deal agreed! Why would we not be?

Raera Tue 12-Mar-19 19:44:31

Raging

marvellousnightforamooncup Tue 12-Mar-19 19:44:55

I've been angry, upset, incredulous and amused all along, but mostly angry.

MaggieAndHopey Tue 12-Mar-19 19:45:30

I was angry, now I'm in a sort of bleakly fatalistic phase

Malbecfan Tue 12-Mar-19 19:46:56

I'm angry. The lies, the lies and the lies. Leave committed electoral fraud but nobody has the balls to say it. The day after the referendum was honestly my worst ever day teaching in a lovely school (I've been there 16 years). The kids were so angry, lashing out verbally and feeling as if their future has been snatched away from them. I didn't know what to say to reassure them.

They have since apologised but they are still angry and most of them are too young to vote if there is a 2nd referendum. However, if it is in more than 31 days from now, both my DDs will be voting!

brizzlemint Tue 12-Mar-19 19:46:59

I'm furious about the amount of money that has been wasted and the way the whole thing happened - David Cameron should be ashamed of himself.

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