Hobbs1951 wrote:I am extremely weary of the will of the people refrain, I think it is now irrelevant anyway - three years on...best part of. In addition since when was the government (any government) really interested in democracy - just look at the inequalities and injustices ?
With regard to the referendum, one poster has mentioned the vote: consider this, the vote was an abstract thing; that no-one, including the Tory party had the remotest clue about the implications of Leave, and therefore all the vote was for was in or out.
Did anyone who voted Leave vote for job losses, higher food costs, higher fuel costs, reduced status in Europe and the World ....
There are them on here that would.
The most bizarre interview I heard was with the Actor Micheal Cain who when asked about Brexit and how he voted said "I voted out even if the UK economy takes a big hit,better be a poor man and free than a rich man in chains"
That from a multimillionaire from acting and who lives in Florida,yeah right Micheal
It's people such as he who will never suffer as a result of Brexit,but the people who mistakenly believe such abject tripe who will.
It's utterly unbelievable what's been sold unseen and without come backs or guarantees in the face of neutral experts have warned against it for all the right reasons.