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Hiku said:

- Expect people vote on something they don't understand.

- People start learning of the actual consequences.

Theresa May:


can't be otherwise the Brexit party wouldn't be leading the polls for the European election



Bofferbrauer2 said:
Hiku said:

- People start learning of the actual consequences.

can't be otherwise the Brexit party wouldn't be leading the polls for the European election

Well they are also portrayed as far-right populists, so they get votes for those reasons as well. But aside from that, there has been a constant reassurance that they would work things out when it comes to the issues that would arise from leaving the UE.

People are concerned though, whether they believe there will be a deal or not.
But the more time that passes without them finding the solutions, the less people will be inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt. 

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Whilst I'm glad she's gone as she's clearly been out of her depth since becoming PM, I fear it'll be a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire with her replacement. I really hope this doesn't end up with a no deal Brexit, which I think will be an absolute disaster.



drbunnig said:
Whilst I'm glad she's gone as she's clearly been out of her depth since becoming PM, I fear it'll be a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire with her replacement. I really hope this doesn't end up with a no deal Brexit, which I think will be an absolute disaster.

If they couldnt figour out anything in 3years time.... then what are they going to do with another 4months?
Honestly EU has to draw the line somewhere, I doubt it ll be extended again.

Its gonna end in a No deal, because non of the parties are willing to compremise, or set country before party politics.
Ireland will get a hard boarder too, if a No deal, goes through.
UK is about to break the "good friday agreement" by how messily they handled this "brexit".



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As a Belgian, I kind of have respect for May. She became PM in arguably the worst situation imaginable, survived for much longer then anticipated and left a position open nobody save for a few unlucky opportunists will want to fill.
With the EU being as hard on the UK as it is and the UK as divided as it is, no one will easily solve this crisis.



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Please let Boris Johnson be PM!



fatslob-:O said:
Please let Boris Johnson be PM!
Please let Boris Johnson be PM!
Please let Boris Johnson be PM!

There will be a massive grassroots backlash if he is not on the ballot. The party might as well give him one by default. 



May remained this long because she didn't want to step down as a failure of a PM. Too bad for her that she didn't want to do the one thing that would have served the UK the most, that way she could have been remembered in a more positive way. But since she didn't want to do that one thing, she has no other option than getting out before embarrassing herself even more. The Brexit story will go through more extensions because on one side you have the UK who is aware how hard it is to work out good deals as a small island, and on the other side you have the EU who doesn't want to lose the UK because of its importance. Both parties have a strong interest in postponing the Brexit even if it makes them look ridiculous.

May should have greenlit a second referendum to serve the people of the UK. Another 'yes' for the Brexit would have meant that the problematic situation stays as it is (so nothing to lose), a 'no' would have resolved the whole thing.



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RolStoppable said:
May remained this long because she didn't want to step down as a failure of a PM. Too bad for her that she didn't want to do the one thing that would have served the UK the most, that way she could have been remembered in a more positive way. But since she didn't want to do that one thing, she has no other option than getting out before embarrassing herself even more. The Brexit story will go through more extensions because on one side you have the UK who is aware how hard it is to work out good deals as a small island, and on the other side you have the EU who doesn't want to lose the UK because of its importance. Both parties have a strong interest in postponing the Brexit even if it makes them look ridiculous.

May should have greenlit a second referendum to serve the people of the UK. Another 'yes' for the Brexit would have meant that the problematic situation stays as it is (so nothing to lose), a 'no' would have resolved the whole thing.

EU already looks ridiculous, giving into the UK time and time again with extensions.
I actually think this is the last one, if by Oct the UK hasnt figoured things out, they will crash out then.

WTO rules, Hard Boarder/customs on Ireland, ect.



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