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Re: Second referendum, choices on the paper

By NWS4/12 14:19Tue Dec 4 14:19:16 2018In response to Re: Second referendum, choices on the paper

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Yes...but cannot admit reality. They were duped and, in reality, they know they were duped. The Government are discussing what to do around potential food shortages, some firms are reporting problems attracting staff, other firms are reporting they will move if a no deal Brexit happens, medicines are potentially under threat. Still, they keep repeating the words of liars and more prominently but equally cluelessly duped people.

Try this from Theresa Villiers in 2016

"There is no reason why we have to change the border arrangements in the event of a Brexit because they have been broadly consistent in the 100 years since the creation of Ireland as a separate state"

She was secretary of state for Northern Ireland for four years yet seems oblivious to the 1998 Good Friday agreement. These are the people that leave voters follow.

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