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Yes, that 's the way the EU does "democracy". If you don't like the answer, have another vote. It worked in Ireland, after all. And it was the way Parliament was going until the Speaker ruled otherwise.
The leave side unequivocally cheated.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 13/08/2019 20:48:12The leave side unequivocally cheated.Please tell me in what way I cheated.
You can't overturn 50 years' experience and carefully collected data with a meaningless slogan.
It has become fairly commonplace to complain that those who voted to leave the EU are "racist".
I still haven't seen any factual argument in favor of the UK remaining in the EU
but you seem to think that quoting the official statistics on trade balances, cost of living and net migration is unfair.
Why do they spend so much money on it then?
sort of supported by the split of remain/ leave vs level of education
Have you forgotten the focus on Calais etc?
For the same reason that the remain side did. It's public money,
I noticed that those academics on EU -funded projects
No. I am quite aware of the blatant failure of the EU to apply the United Nations ruling on the treatment of refugees. The only government that did what is actually required by international law was that of the UK, as proudly stated by the Rt Hon David Cameron, MA (Oxon).
One hundred and twenty-three organisations and individuals registered with as campaigners at the referendum. Altogether, the 123 campaigners reported spending £32,642,158 on campaigning at the referendum.Remain: £19,309,588Leave: £13,332,569
I noticed that academics are a very small fraction of the population.
Not round here, nor on the telly or in the papers. Or in positions of direct influence on the young. And since more than half of the population now go to "uni", it's clearly an aspirational class.
they won't realise that Africa, China and India are not part of the EU.
...Altogether, the 123 campaigners reported spending...
Caretaker Comrade Corbyn leading the country back to bankruptcy
A 31-year-old Spanish nurse of more than four years, who has not been named, said: "Even if I have been here for four years, they donít trust you
Ryan Inumerable, who is originally from the Philippines, said: "I've been in the UK for at least 18 years and all that time since working for the NHS, I can say that I've never experienced any form of discrimination both from staff members, patients or their carers.
Dr Spiliopoulos said both EU and non-EU nurses who she spoke to explained the referendum result has been interpreted as a "signal that migrants are not welcome in the UK"
Yes, to a considerable extent that is true, not only because it has been government policy for years (Home Office "hostile environment")
And nobody believes politicians, whatever they say.