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    A quick mention on redefinition.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...look-like.html

    It seems very clear from here who has done all of the redefining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepy View Post
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...look-like.html

    It seems very clear from here who has done all of the redefining.
    Well hurry up and leave sheep , am i holding your arm up your back and stopping you?

    We all saw the ballot paper in 2016 , and filled it in and you won.

    Crack on with the result and leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    Well hurry up and leave sheep , am i holding your arm up your back and stopping you?

    We all saw the ballot paper in 2016 , and filled it in and you won.

    Crack on with the result and leave.
    I think you will find it says in bold,"referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union".As in all of us not me,myself and I.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepy View Post
    I think you will find it says in bold,"referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union".As in all of us not me,myself and I.
    It did . who disagrees?

    You won. Leave!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    It did . who disagrees?

    You won. Leave!
    silence sheep?

    Are you arguing with yourself again?

    Who disagrees with what it said on the paper and the result?

    You still havent told me?
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    Where's the redefinition? The choice on the ballot paper of the 2016 referendum was clear and unambiguous. The people made their choice on the day and leave won, by a tiny margin.

    The situation now is that it's become increasingly clear that leaving the EU will be harmful to Britain. Most of the propaganda from the leave side has been shown to be pie in the sky, while the so-called scare stories of remainers are coming true.

    Theresa May wants vote after vote in Parliament until her deal massively defeated gets through. If she cane come back for more votes, why can't the British people? Public opinion was not frozen on 23rd June 2016. What do the people think now about leaving the EU? Surely it's an important enough issue to be worth finding out.
    29,089,259 people did not say LEAVE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyperduck Quack Quack View Post
    Where's the redefinition? The choice on the ballot paper of the 2016 referendum was clear and unambiguous. The people made their choice on the day and leave won, by a tiny margin.

    The situation now is that it's become increasingly clear that leaving the EU will be harmful to Britain. Most of the propaganda from the leave side has been shown to be pie in the sky, while the so-called scare stories of remainers are coming true.

    Theresa May wants vote after vote in Parliament until her deal massively defeated gets through. If she cane come back for more votes, why can't the British people? Public opinion was not frozen on 23rd June 2016. What do the people think now about leaving the EU? Surely it's an important enough issue to be worth finding out.
    You tell him quackers , democracy didnt stop in 2016. The problem you have is neither did you enact the result as sheep says.

    Public opinion wasnt frozen in scotland in 2014 either , but you dont want to hear about that do you?

    Only about your own narrow viewpoint.

    ...and you have the cheek to call yourself a democrat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    silence sheep?

    Are you arguing with yourself again?

    Who disagrees with what it said on the paper and the result?

    You still havent told me?
    Nope,because I know you will all be trying to redefine it in some context all on your own.Which has already begun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepy View Post
    Nope,because I know you will all be trying to redefine it in some context all on your own.Which has already begun.
    im crushed sheep. i was sticking up for you there as well.

    No redefinition here. is my english language skills incomprehensible or something?
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    sheep? you still there?
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