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Niamer Sun 26-Feb-17 16:16:24

If you voted for "Brexit at any cost" this will not be of any interest to you. If you voted Leave because you wanted the best for your family and UK, or you voted Remain, please consider supporting Gina Miller's campaign. She is pushing for a meaningful Parliamentary vote at the end of Brexit negotiations, ie with an option to remain in the EU if the deal we get isn't as good as what we have already. Most of my friends who voted Leave have said "Yeah, I wouldn't mind", as however we voted, most of us want the best for our children.
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CosyNook Sun 26-Feb-17 16:47:13

Not her again, trying to stop Brexit again.

stevie69 Sun 26-Feb-17 16:50:52

I voted Remain. But we lost; fair and square. I don't really think that I should get involved in a campaign which might see us move against the result of a democratic vote.

PortiaCastis Sun 26-Feb-17 16:52:06

Oh lord not her again

CosyNook Sun 26-Feb-17 16:57:02

PortiaCastis Yep, and her inner-M25 friends trying not to reverse the referendum outcome. Again.

Bantanddec Sun 26-Feb-17 17:03:05


CrossCountryRunner Sun 26-Feb-17 17:33:29

Not her again.

sunshinesupermum Sun 26-Feb-17 17:35:22

I'll sign.

doubleshotespresso Sun 26-Feb-17 17:47:12

I will sign OP.

Just what is so wrong with inner M25 people Cosy?

Are we not allowed an opinion now either?

Doobigetta Sun 26-Feb-17 18:15:33

Signed and share- thanks for posting Niamer.
Here we go again, still banging on about not wanting a grim future of economic failure and limited options. God, we're so bloody boring with our failure to accept stupid decisions made on shitty lies.
And I'm a long, long way north of the M25, so do feel free to FOTTFSOF with your lame stereotypes.

CosyNook Sun 26-Feb-17 18:58:51

Just what is so wrong with inner M25 people Cosy?

Err...that they aren't aware there is an outer-M25 perhaps. You know, the rest of the country that voted out.

WrongTrouser Sun 26-Feb-17 19:02:51

Most of my friends who voted Leave have said "Yeah, I wouldn't mind", as however we voted, most of us want the best for our children

So anyone who disagrees doesn't want the best for their children? What an offensive point of view confused

RortyCrankle Sun 26-Feb-17 19:05:20


ThroughThickAndThin01 Sun 26-Feb-17 19:08:23

She certainly loves the limelight.

Crumbs1 Sun 26-Feb-17 19:09:21

I'm well outside M25 and I would still do anything possible to derail any Brexit, let alone a hard Brexit. It's not only those in Islington who are saddened at how things have turned out and continue to have serious concerns about the impact.

Niamer Sun 26-Feb-17 19:19:33

Wrongtrouser I think you have misunderstood. I said however we voted, most of us want the best for our children. I really don't believe many people voted to make their children poorer or to give them less opportunities.

I am also nowhere near the M25!

Niamer Sun 26-Feb-17 19:21:55

But we lost fair and square.

Yes we lost, but not in a fair way.

PageStillNotFound404 Sun 26-Feb-17 19:24:18

Signed up, thanks for sharing OP.

FinallyHere Sun 26-Feb-17 19:27:18


A4Document Sun 26-Feb-17 19:30:02

Leave voters who haven't changed their mind (I've never met anyone who has) also voted for what they believe best for future generations.

I don't believe the EU has improved in any way since last June, it's still unreformable, and still becoming a superstate by stealth (and there aren't many stages still left to complete).

If the EU are bitter or even threatening "punishments" for our perfectly reasonable and democratic choice to leave, that's yet another reason why Brexit is definitely the way to go.

Remaining in the EU would be "at all costs" as, considering the wish for a federal Europe and the four decades since the previous referendum in 1975, I doubt we'd have another chance to leave any time soon, if ever.

So no, I won't be signing.

Dawndonnaagain Sun 26-Feb-17 19:31:20

200 miles from the m25.

Niamer Sun 26-Feb-17 19:32:33

stevie69 so three years after the vote, if public opinion had shifted dramatically, do you think it would be right to stick doggedly to the decision?

isadoradancing123 Sun 26-Feb-17 19:34:30

No, no and no. It was a democratic vote and she is an attention seeker

Niamer Sun 26-Feb-17 19:36:13

A4Document when did the EU threaten punishments?

Flumpernickel Sun 26-Feb-17 19:40:31

Oh for crying out loud.

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