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No respect for democracy.

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bkgirl Fri 24-Jun-16 09:38:37

Sore losers everywhere but the people have spoke but the rich londoners cant stick it
even talking about a second ref

bkgirl Fri 24-Jun-16 09:44:47

Booing democracy - yep classy lot!
The media was obviously in the Remain camp.
Totally crestfallen, no professionalism. Just anger, imagine the dinner parties.
Meanwhile in the ex coal pits, the ex steel mills etc and ALL the homes of workers whose jobs have been moved to Poland etc those people who actually finally made their voice felt - feel as removed as ever from London.
Maybe time to not give London everything ?
Maybe time to stop F@cking the poor?
Maybe all the various people from Birmingham who voted leave, no doubt of every culture - maybe just maybe they wont be called racist by the chattering classes.
Maybe the media will start reflecting all of the country including those that voted Leave.

Arfarfanarf Fri 24-Jun-16 09:44:59

Democracy doesnt mean you have to shut up if you dont like the result. Continuing to campaign for what you want is also how democracy works.

People can accept the right of others to vote as they please and also continue to say they disagree and continue to try to get support for their position. People are still free to vote as they see fit.

vickibee Fri 24-Jun-16 09:46:46

it just shows that the Westminster Elite are so detached from the lives of ordinary people. The ordinary people have spoken whether the politicians like it or not

Arfarfanarf Fri 24-Jun-16 09:47:06

And please dont presume you speak for the ex mining communities as though we are a block with a hive mind. . I am the daughter of an ex miner and grew up in a pit village and plenty of us campained for remain.

mimbleandlittlemy Fri 24-Jun-16 09:50:28

It was indeed democracy - which is more than we'll now get for the next 4 years with a Prime Minister who will only be elected by Tory party members.

vickibee Fri 24-Jun-16 09:56:34

be a farce if its Boris Johnson (God Help Us)

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