Re: ** The Brexit Thread ** - 'Brexit Means Brexit'
Posted: 8 Oct 2019, 4:09pm
Mick F wrote:Hang on a sec!
No negotiations from me, other than "we should never have joined in the first place".
The issue I have, is that we voted to leave. We didn't vote for arguments or hardship or upset ........... well, I didn't anyway. Can't comment on why other folk voted leave.
I have no issues with the EU in general, but it's the U bit of it that I object to and always have done. Co-operation, trade, free movement of people etc is fine by me. In Europe, but not ruled by Europe is a mantra I can agree with.
It's a small step from European Union to Union of Europe.
Get out whilst we still can. It's going to be difficult I know, but out we should go.
We voted to leave 3 years ago and with very different things on offer from leave campaign than have happened in reality.
People are complaining about "it was over 3 years ago" but Article 50 is a 2 year thing whatever. Add to that delays because the leave campaigners had no idea what they actually wanted so we wasted 6 months whilst leave failed to decide what they wanted and we wasting more time now because leave still can't decide what they want.
And population demographics have changed so your saying "we voted to leave" is not much more valid that me saying "we voted to join".