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Old 16-05-2019, 10:03   #2216
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Re: Brexit (New Poll Added)

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Originally Posted by denphone View Post
Indeed as one should never chicken at home as the best way to kill any bugs , etc is by cooking it properly.
The safest thing, for our health and the planet, is probably not to eat any meat. But that's probably for another thread

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Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
I think many bods will have their calculators out on May 24th. To do some sums such as:

% that turned out to vote

% that vote Brexit

% that vote LibDem, Green, Change and to some degree SNP

Then they have to make an assumption of how many Leave supporters would vote Labour and Tory regardless.

Then try and extrapolate that into a referendum result.

It will be interesting to see if the appetite for a 2nd Ref is still so great after the elections, because lose a 2nd Ref and thatís it thereís no debate left or wiggle room to try and engineer a way to stay in.

Therefore why would you campaign for a 2nd Ref if youíre likely to lose it? Or if itís too close to call? Better to try and thwart Brexit another way.

That said if Remain looks strong enough then a 2nd Ref is most likely a certainty as the spineless parliamentarians will see it as their way out of this.
Any % for the Brexit/UKIP parties that is less than 50% is a vote to Remain imho.
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