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What do you believe is the best way for us to Leave the European Union

June 2016 saw the largest ever democratic vote in the UK With "leave" leading by nearly 1.4 million votes.

 

When Theresa may's deal doesn't get voted through the commons, how do you think the UK Should proceed?



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Leave, no deal.

Any calls for another referendum should be shut down and resisted.



Im going to laugh no deal is going to cost both sides and if mays deal fails noone else cab salvage this shit



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phinch1 said:

What do you believe is the best way for us to Leave the European Union

June 2016 saw the largest ever democratic vote in the UK With "leave" leading by nearly 1.4 million votes.

 

When Theresa may's deal doesn't get voted through the commons, how do you think the UK Should proceed?

When the deal fails there will be extra pressure for a new referendum, or the possibility in a no confidence vote in the government. Unless the Torys just run down the clock to 29 March then there is an increasing possibility it all gets scrapped as parliament doesn't have a No Deal majority, and a second referendum is anyone's guess.

Not to say I want another ref, in fact I wouldn't vote if there was one. For ardent leavers, your best bet is the government does the above and runs down the clock.



A new referendum with everyone knowing the implications this time.



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LurkerJ said:
Leave, no deal.

Any calls for another referendum should be shut down and resisted.

This is what I thought, trade with the EU On WTO Terms, no deal means we keep our 39 billion, if they go for a second referendum they may as well just install a dictator at the same time if the people won't be listened too 

 

Canada has already said in the event of a no deal, we will have something in place, Americana have also said they want to trade



UK trade with other nations =

EU makes up 60% of import trade, 55%+ export trade for the UK (indirect ties, and its higher than 55%).
US makes up 8% of import trade, 13% of export trade for the UK.

The EU is a huge part of trade for the UK.
I dont get why you would want to leave without a deal in place, this can cause huge impacts on the economy.



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OTBWY said:
A new referendum with everyone knowing the implications this time

Both sides had 1 year on TV debating this, a second referendum would be ignoring democracy, you would literally have riots on the streets especially with the yellow vest movement becoming very popular. 



phinch1 said:
LurkerJ said:
Leave, no deal.

Any calls for another referendum should be shut down and resisted.

This is what I thought, trade with the EU On WTO Terms, no deal means we keep our 39 billion, if they go for a second referendum they may as well just install a dictator at the same time if the people won't be listened too 

Canada has already said in the event of a no deal, we will have something in place, Americana have also said they want to trade

Sure give up your competitive advantage within the single market, and throw way potentially 60% of your trade.
So you can compete against the US/china, to sell goods the EU on the same terms as them.

And do that for markets like canada + USA that make up tiny amounts of trade for the UK.

That makes perfect economical sense >_<



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Number of days to reach 60M from 50M : 187 days
Number of days to reach 70M from 60M : 175 days
Number of days to reach 80M from 70M : 227 days

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JRPGfan said:
UK trade with other nations =

EU makes up 60% of import trade, 55%+ export trade for the UK (indirect ties, and its higher than 55%).
US makes up 8% of import trade, 13% of export trade for the UK.

The EU is a huge part of trade for the UK.
I dont get why you would want to leave without a deal in place, this can cause huge impacts on the economy.

I would like a good deal, but theresa mays deal splits up the United Kingdom and leaves the UK Tied into the EU With not being able to trade with anyone else, this is not leaving the EU, It's a leader who wants to remain desperate attempt at leaving in name only